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  1. ESPN '30 for 30's' Connor Schell Talks World Cup 'Soccer Stories,' O.J. Simpson Chase (Q&A)

    8:30 am 6/17/2014

    The vp of ESPN Films tells THR that the World Cup created a new model for the series, and how the film "June 17, 1994," tells the story of the infamous Bronco chase from a unique sports perspective. Read more

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  2. South Korean World Cup Announcer Collects Views for Goal Call (Video)

    7:59 am 6/17/2014

    Sportscaster Jeong Woo-young's attempt at mimicking a Latin-American staple during the Germany vs. Portugal game is featured in a popular YouTube mashup video.Read more

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  3. Aaron Hernandez Challenges Evidence in Murder Case, Pleads Not Guilty to Dartmouth Jail Charges

    6:15 am 6/17/2014

    UPDATED: The former New England Patriots star, questioning evidence in the Odin Lloyd murder case, also pleaded not guilty to charges that he attacked an inmate and threatened a county jail guard. Read more

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  4. World Cup to Add $1.5 Billion to Global Ad Spend

    5:03 am 6/17/2014

    The soccer championship in Brazil will contribute $500 million to advertising growth in Latin America and $300 million for both the U.S. and Western Europe. Read more

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  5. World Cup 2014: Record Viewing for Germany vs. Portugal

    12:32 am 6/17/2014

    Nearly 82 percent of German households turned in to watch their team defeat Portugal and star Cristiano Ronaldo 4-0.Read more

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  6. New York Mayor Awkwardly Sings 'I Love L.A.' on Jimmy Kimmel After Losing Bet (Video)

    9:59 pm 6/16/2014

    Bill de Blasio bet L.A. mayor Eric Garcetti that the Rangers would beat the Kings, but a 3-2 defeat in the Stanley Cup Finals meant he had to sing away his sorrows.Read more

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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