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  1. Hollywood Attorney Bert Fields to Cross Examine Donald Sterling

    4:20 pm 6/26/2014

    The power lawyer will participate in the trial to prove that the Clippers owner is mentally incompetent as he fights to block the $2 billion sale of the team, THR has confirmed.Read more

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  2. Best Loss Ever: Hollywood Reacts to US Advancing in World Cup

    11:17 am 6/26/2014

    Despite going down 1-0 to Germany on Thursday, the U.S. national team still advances to the next round thanks to a win by Portugal over Ghana.Read more

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  3. World Cup: Argentina's Win Against Nigeria Tops 2014 Ratings

    8:57 am 6/26/2014

    The match peaked at 44.4 points and over 80 percent share in public television, making it the most popular TV broadcast of 2014 in Argentina. Read more

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  4. World Cup: Watching Matches at Work Will Lead to $1.68 Billion Loss in U.S.

    7:26 am 6/26/2014

    An informal poll conducted by Captivate Network discovers how many are turning in to matches while at work, and how it's potentially affecting productivity.Read more

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  5. World Cup Biter Luis Suarez Banned From Rest of Tournament

    7:07 am 6/26/2014

    UPDATED: The Uruguay striker can't participate in any soccer activities for four months, including the team's next nine international games, which begin with a World Cup match against Colombia on Saturday.Read more

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  6. World Cup: German Media, Fans Start Trash Talk Ahead of USA Match

    6:28 am 6/26/2014

    German tabloid Das Bild draws MLS ire for depicting USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann as a punch-drunk loser.Read more

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  7. World Cup: Will Ferrell, Hulk Hogan Fire Up Fans for the U.S. vs. Germany Match (Video)

    6:00 am 6/26/2014

    U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann tweeted a note to help viewers ask their bosses to skip work for the match: "We will need the full support of the nation if we are to advance to the next round."Read more

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  8. World Cup: France's Draw Pulls Record Ratings

    4:27 am 6/26/2014

    Wednesday's 0-0 tie with Ecuador drew 14.7 million viewers on France's TF1 and won the night across Europe. Read more

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  9. World Cup: Despite Piracy Crackdown, Illegal Match Streaming Continues

    2:13 am 6/26/2014

    Soccer governing body FIFA has targeted piracy sites carrying illicit streams of live games, but millions continue to watch.Read more

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  10. World Cup 2014: Who Are the Best Actors in Soccer?

    11:13 pm 6/25/2014

    Soccer players are infamous for diving to feign an injury and calling "foul" to get a penalty, and some players should get Oscar nominations for their dramatic performances. Read more

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