Barcelona's Lionel Messi Out 7-8 Weeks After Injuring KneeBarcelona forward Lionel Messi will miss 7-8 weeks after injuring his knee in La Liga game against Las Palmas on Saturday.
5 Must-See Barcelona SitesA preview of five must-see attractions in Barcelona, Spain
Lakers Sign Brazilian Guard, Europe Veteran Marcelo HuertasThe Los Angeles Lakers have signed Brazilian point guard Marcelo Huertas.
Best International Festivals To Attend This FallA look at five of the best international festivals and events held in the fall.
Must See Towns On The Spanish Mediterranean CoastMaria Duenas, author of The Heart Has It's Reason from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares her must see towns on the Mediterranean Coast.
6 Most Overpaid AthletesBecause we think that extra million is just one too many.
Barcelona Banned From Signing Players For 1 Year For Violating Under Age Transfer RulesFIFA banned Barcelona from signing any players for one year on Wednesday because of repeated transfer rules violations.
Brazilian Neymar Says He's Joining BarcelonaBrazilian forward Neymar said he will join Barcelona after next month's Confederations Cup, the latest addition to a star filled roster that already includes four-time FIFA Player of the Year Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernandez and Andres Iniesta.
Team USA Defeats Spain In Final Game Before London GamesGold medal at stake or nothing at all, the U.S. Olympic basketball team is too good for Spain. Carmelo Anthony came off the bench to score 23 of his 27 points in the first half, and the Americans beat Spain 100-78 on Tuesday night in a rematch of the gold-medal game - and possible preview of the next one.
With Tat Trick, Messi Sets Barcelona Goals RecordStep aside John Cruyff. Move over Laszlo Kubala, Romario and Ronald Koeman. And, please, don't even mention Ronaldinho.
Messi Becomes First Player To Score 5 Goals In Champions League MatchLionel Messi became the first player to score five goals in a Champions League game as Barcelona thrashed Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 Wednesday for the defending champions to ease into the quarterfinals.
Real Madrid Beats Barcelona As Biggest Soccer MoneymakerReal Madrid and Barcelona are soccer's biggest moneymakers for the third straight year and look set to top their rivals for the foreseeable future.