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  1. Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest: Joey Chestnut Loses Reigning Title to Matt Stonie

    9:50 am 7/4/2015

    Stonie devoured 62 hot dogs on Saturday at the Coney Island contest, broadcast on ESPN 2.Read more

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  2. NASCAR Distances Itself From Donald Trump After Immigrant "Rapist" Remarks

    3:14 pm 7/3/2015

    The motor sports series said it will not hold its season-ending awards ceremony at the Trump National Doral Miami.Read more

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  3. Malia Obama Visits 'Girls' Set

    1:22 pm 7/3/2015

    Will the President's eldest daughter be making an appearance on Lena Dunham's comedy?Read more

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  4. John M. Stephens, Action Cinematographer and Cameraman, Dies at 82

    12:24 pm 7/3/2015

    His innovative work is seen in such films as 'Grand Prix', 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' and 'Field of Dreams.'Read more

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  5. NBC Cancels 'A.D. The Bible Continues'

    12:18 pm 7/3/2015

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  6. 8 Questions 'Orange Is the New Black' Left Unanswered at the End of Season 3

    12:00 pm 7/3/2015

    A whole lot of loose plot threads are left hanging at the end of season three of the Netflix hit.Read more

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  7. Inside 'Defiance's' Central Love Story

    12:00 pm 7/3/2015

    Showrunner Kevin Murphy talks with THR about Datak and Stahma.Read more

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  8. Pro Golfer Bubba Watson Painting Over Confederate Flag on His General Lee

    8:55 am 7/3/2015

    The third-ranked golfer in the world bought one of the official cars at an auction several years back for $110,000Read more

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  9. Why NHL TV Ratings Are Falling in Hockey-Crazed Canada

    8:47 am 7/3/2015

    Rogers Communications made a huge bet buying up national pro hockey rights for 12 years for $4.1 billion. Now it must monetize that deal by getting advertisers to pay for digital eyeballs. Read more

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  10. Wimbledon: Japan's NHK Testing 8K Production Of Tennis Matches With 'Tomorrowland' Camera

    3:00 am 7/3/2015

    Plans are to produce two matches per day from Wimbledon's No. 1 Court.Read more

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