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  1. World Cup: FIFA Will Not Punish Mexico for Fans' Homophobic Chant

    9:16 am 6/24/2014

    The soccer governing body has decided not to take disciplinary action against the Mexican team after it received complaints that supporters chanted gay slurs during a World Cup match.Read more

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  2. Michelle Wie Calls U.S. Women’s Open Trophy 'Huggable' (Video)

    8:38 am 6/24/2014

    The golfer who won her first major title on Sunday brought her prize to Tuesday’s "Today" and talked about sleeping with it.Read more

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  3. World Cup: Record Rating on ESPN for USA-Portugal

    6:16 am 6/23/2014

    The dramatic 2-2 draw averaged a 9.1 overnight, the best-ever rating for a World Cup game on ESPN, and equaled ABC's audience for the second round USA vs Ghana match in 2010.Read more

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  4. World Cup: First-Round Action Draws Record Ratings Globally

    5:44 am 6/23/2014

    As the tournament approaches the halfway mark, even nontraditional soccer nations, including the U.S., are catching World Cup fever.Read more

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  5. ESPN's New 'SportsCenter' Studio to Debut on Sunday (Video)

    2:29 pm 6/20/2014

    Steve Levy, who will co-anchor the first show from Digital Center-2 after "Sunday Night Baseball," tells THR, "It will be a lot looser, more on-the-fly, and we will have a lot of laughs."Read more

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  6. U.S. Open Star Lucy Li Shoots 78, Still Eats Ice Cream During Her Interview (Video)

    8:49 am 6/20/2014

    Being touted as the next Tiger Woods, the 11-year-old golf prodigy has realistic plans for the near future, telling reporters she "wants to eat more ice cream."Read more

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  7. World Cup Bigger on Facebook than Oscars, Super Bowl and Olympics Combined

    6:41 am 6/20/2014

    UPDATED: The social network has had more interactions around the soccer tournament than any other event it has measured.Read more

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  8. World Cup: England's Loss to Uruguay Gets Highest U.K. TV Ratings Since London Olympics

    1:58 am 6/20/2014

    More than 20 million Brits watched England lose 2-1 in a match that may have ended their World Cup run.Read more

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  9. World Cup 2014: Australia's Die-Hard Soccer Fans Tune In After Midnight

    11:40 pm 6/19/2014

    Three quarters of a million Aussies watched their team lose to the Netherlands Thursday at 2 a.m., local time Read more

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