The U.S. women's soccer team is 1-0 at the World Cup after a really big win. The U.S. beat Thailand 13 to nothing on Tuesday – the biggest margin ever in a World Cup. That's more goals than the U.S. men's team scored in its last 11 World Cup games. Roxana Saberi reports.


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