Newsstand - August 7, 2013

Washington Post: D.C. United upsets Chicago Fire to reach U.S. Open Cup final

Washington City Paper: Mark Ein Clarifies His Role in Stadium Deal

Washington City Paper: Who Owns the Buzzard Point Scrapyard? Ultimately, It Doesn’t Matter.

NBC Sports ProSoccerTalk: Last place? Doesn’t matter. D.C. United’s in the U.S. Open Cup final

Soccer By Ives: D.C. United Knock Off Fire To Book Place In U.S. Open Cup Final

Associated Press: United Make Open Cup Final, 2-0 Over Fire 2013 U.S. Open Cup Semifinals—D.C. United shuts out Chicago Fire 2-0 to reach Final as Wigan-like run continues D.C. United and Real Salt Lake Advance to U.S. Open Cup Final on Oct. 1 in Sandy, Utah

CSN Washington: United advance to U.S. Open Cup Final with win

Fox News: DCU to meet RSL in U.S. Open Cup final

Chicago Now: D.C. United 2 Fire 0 - USOC disappointment

Chicago Sun-Times: Fire ousted in U.S. Open Cup semis by cellar-dwelling D.C. United

Chicago Tribune: Lowly United stun Fire in Open Cup

CBS Philadelphia: Casey, Union Look Ahead to D.C. United

DCist: D.C.'s Last Remaining Salvage Yard Won't Stop Plans For New D.C. United Stadium

D.C. Soccer News: On Fire—D.C. United beats Chicago, advances to U.S. Open Cup final

District Sports Page: D.C. United Open Cup Recap—United marches on to Cup final, bests Fire 2-0

Hot Time in Old Town: USOC Recap—D.C. United 2 Fire 0

Potomac Soccer Wire: U.S. Open Cup—D.C. United stun Chicago, Real Salt Lake dump Portland to advance to cup final

Soccer America: Best and worst of MLS advance to final

Black and Red United: MLS wants to strengthen its ties with USL Pro, and what this could mean for D.C. United in a new stadium

Black and Red United: D.C. UNITED WILL PLAY FOR A TROPHY! IN 2013!! D.C. beat the Chicago Fire to advance to the 100th U.S. Open Cup Final Chicago Fire 0, D.C. United 2 | U.S. Open Cup Semifinal Recap U.S. Open Cup—Dwayne De Rosario leads the way as D.C. United "come together" over Chicago A look back at 100 years of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Recap—D.C. United 2, Chicago Fire