Soccer Federation) Video from the U.S. national teams 2-0 victory over Jamaica in the Americans penultimate World Cup qualifier at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan.: Graham Zusis goal USA: Zusi (Bedoya), 77th minute. USA: Altidore (Castillo), 81st minute. USA LINEUP Howard; Evans, Cameron, Besler, Beasley (Castillo 66th); Bedoya, Diskerud, Jones, Donovan (Zusi 46th); Johannsson (Kljestan 72nd), Altidore. Subs: Guzan,Castillo, Orozco, Boyd, Kljestan, Zusi, Beckerman. Not in uniform: Rimando, Goodson, Wondolowski, Davis. CONCACAF STANDINGS United States 6-2-1, 19 points +6 Costa Rica 4-2-3, 15 points +5 Honduras 4-3-2, 14 points +1 Mexico 2-2-5, 11 points -1 Panama 1-3-5, 8 points -3 Jamaica 0-5-4, 4 points -8 *USA and Costa Rica have clinched. Honduras is on the verge. Mexico appears headed for next months two-leg playoff against Oceania champion New Zealand. Tuesdays finales Mexico at Costa Rica, 8 p.m. ET (Telemundo) Honduras at Jamaica, 9:30 p.m. (beIN Sport Spanish) USA at Panama, 9:30 p.m.
Maine is also the fifth state with the most veterans per capita. MORE: Your Cheat Sheet to the debt ceiling debacle 4. District of Columbia The capital of the United States is not a state, but still worth mentioning since it’s at the epicenter of the political temper tantrum. It ranks fourth overall, and is the most affected area of the nation when it comes to federal employees per capita. 3. Alabama Alabama is the third most affected state. It ranks fourth in states with the most Social Security funding, and eight for the most FAFSA applications per capita. While the shutdown hasn’t affected social security payments, benefits could be interrupted if the shutdown drama bleeds into the debt ceiling debacle and Congress fails to raise the debt limit. 2. Alaska Alaska is the second most affected state. It ranks third in states with the most federal employees per capita and federal contracting dollars per capita.