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  1. World Cup 2014: The 5 Best TV Moments from USA vs. Ghana

    5:28 pm 6/16/2014

    The Americans score early and late in a thrilling opening match. Read more

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  2. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Drops F-bomb

    2:47 pm 6/16/2014

    The mayor swears at the L.A. Kings' championship rally inside Staples CenterRead more

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  3. Fans Invade Downtown L.A. For Kings Stanley Cup Victory Parade

    12:34 pm 6/16/2014

    UPDATED: Jarret Stoll, Drew Doughty and Jonathan Quick were greeted by screaming crowds as nine double-decker buses carry the team departed from Staples Center; Mayor Eric Garcetti told fans, "This is a big f—ing day!"Read more

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  4. World Cup 2014: The 5 Best TV Moments from Germany vs Portugal

    12:05 pm 6/16/2014

    The German giants blanked their opponents in a one sided 4-0 win. Read more

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  5. World Cup: Mexico vs. Brazil Poised for Stellar Ratings

    10:49 am 6/16/2014

    Latin-American rivals Brazil and Mexico square off on Tuesday.Read more

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  6. World Cup 2014: First-Round Matches Draw Record Ratings

    7:16 am 6/16/2014

    A record 82 percent of Italian viewers watch Italy's 2-1 win over England, as first-round matches involving Spain, the Netherlands and Mexico also top ratings worldwide. Read more

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  7. World Cup 2014: 4 Best TV Moments from Spain vs. Netherlands

    2:00 pm 6/13/2014

    Flying Dutchmen called Robin and Robben put on an incredible show against the 2010 World Cup champs from Spain.Read more

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  8. World Cup 2014: Whom to Follow on Social Media

    1:56 pm 6/13/2014

    With this year's tournament expected to be the biggest social media World Cup ever, check out the funniest and most informative Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube channels to follow.Read more

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  9. World Cup 2014: How to Watch the Action on TV, Online or Up in the Air

    12:51 pm 6/13/2014

    At work, home, in a bar or on a plane, there are plenty of places — and language options — for watching the global soccer tournament without missing a single goal.Read more

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