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  1. World Cup 2014: ESPN, Grantland's 'Men in Blazers' On Suarez's Bite, Why the U.S. Need to Learn to Dive

    8:00 am 6/30/2014

    The self-depreciating British soccer gurus took a time out from the "panic room" to share their wisdom on the biggest shocks and surprises of the tournament so far with THR.Read more

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  2. World Cup 2014: Landon Donovan Rooted Against U.S. Team After Being Cut

    6:47 am 6/30/2014

    The star athlete reveals that his initial response to not making the 2014 roster was to hope his former teammates didn't play well.Read more

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  3. Show Jumping Set to Take Off With Longines L.A. Masters

    6:00 am 6/30/2014

    Downtown Los Angeles will host the first annual indoor Masters Grand Slam Indoor equestrian competition in September, with riders competing for a total of $1 million in prize money.Read more

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  4. World Cup 2014: L.A. Galaxy President Talks U.S. Soccer Fever, Landon Donovan's New Role

    12:33 pm 6/27/2014

    As World Cup ratings are higher than ever and America is gripped by soccer fever, Chris Klein tells THR how the Galaxy is capitalizing on the passion and excitement the tournament has created.Read more

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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