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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's Determination Fuels US Victory

    Carli Lloyd experienced the game of her life Sunday. The midfielder scored three goals -- in the first 16 minutes -- of the Women’s World Cup final, leading the United States to a 5-2 victory against Japan. The win marks the United States’ first Women’s World Cup title since 1999, when Lloyd was…

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  • ESPN Magazine's 'The Body' Issue 2015: Kevin Love Talks 'Full Monty,' Athletes Reveal All

    ESPN’s the Magazine's “The Body” issue has celebrated the finest naked physiques of athletes from around the world, including tennis star Venus Williams, soccer goalie Hope Solo and baseball player Prince Fielder. For this year’s issue, soccer player Ali Krieger, pro tennis player Stan Wawrinka…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Complete Tournament Results

    Group A:June 6Canada 1, China 0Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0June 11China 1, Netherlands 0Canada 0, New Zealand 0June 15Netherlands 1, Canada 1China 2, New Zealand 2Group B:June 7Norway 4, Thailand 0Germany 10, Ivory Coast 0June 11Germany 1, Norway 1Thailand 3, Ivory Coast 2June 15Germany, 4,…

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  • Whether People Should Fear Sharks: ABC News' T.J. Holmes Finds Out

    There have been at least 11 shark attacks off the shores of the Carolinas this year, most of them happening in the last three weeks. On June 26, Patrick Thornton was bitten in waist-deep water. ABC News correspondent T.J. Holmes has had a close encounter of his own.

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  • Hammer May Have Been Used in Florida Doctor's Murder

    A hammer may have been used in the murder of a Florida doctor who was found dead one week ago inside her home, police reportedly told the victim’s neighbors. Teresa Sievers was found dead June 29 inside her Bonita Springs home, authorities said. The doctor and mother of two had returned to…

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  • Mother of Baby Girl Found on Side of Maryland Road Arrested

    Sandra Clara McClary was charged with child neglect and reckless endangerment, Anne Arundel County police said in a statement this evening. The woman had called police after they had posted the baby's photo on social media, Lt. T.J. Smith of the Anne Arundel County Police said at a news conference…

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  • How Bond Investors Stand to Lose When Interest Rates Rise

    Why you Need to Consider the Dollar When Investing

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  • Carli Lloyd's Hat Trick Gives US Women Victory Over Japan in Women's World Cup Final

    Carli Lloyd scored twice in the first five minutes on the way to the fastest hat trick in World Cup history and the the U.S. made the margin stand up, defeating Japan 5-2 tonight to win the 2015 Women's World Cup. With the victory, the American women avenged their 2011 World Cup finals loss to…

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  • Side-By-Side Comparison of New Oreo Thins to Original

    It’s been a busy year for Oreo: Red Velvet and S’Mores flavors debuted, with much speculation of what’s coming next.Well, the wait is over, because as of tomorrow, there’s a brand new version hitting shelves: Oreo Thins.Going S'mores Crazy With New S'mores Oreos and S'mores FrappuccinoOreo…

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    ESPN Magazine's ‘The Body’ Issue 2015: Star Athletes Pose in the Buff (5 photos)

    ESPN’s the Magazine's “The Body” issue has celebrated the finest naked physiques of athletes from around the world, and this year soccer player Ali Krieger, pro tennis player Stan Wawrinka and Olympian gymnast Aly Raisman stripped down to nothing -- with key parts artfully obscured, of course. The…

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  • 2 Killed, 3 Missing After Boat Capsizes on Ohio River in Kentucky

    A man and a 14-year-old boy are dead and three people were missing today after a boat capsized on the Ohio River near Louisville, Kentucky, officials said. Nine people were on board when the accident occurred Saturday night, Louisville Fire Chief Gregory Frederick said. Four people were rescused…

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  • Inspectors Investigating Deck Collapse at North Carolina Beach House That Injured Up to 24

    Police and building inspectors are investigating what may have caused a deck to collapse at an Emerald Isle, North Carolina, beach house, injuring up to 24 people. Preliminary findings reveal the floor joists and fasteners failed to hold the deck together, Emerald Island Town Manager Frank Rush…

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  • Obama Celebrates Military Families on July 4th: 'Freedom Is Not Free'

    On the Fourth of July, President Obama reminded thousands of military families celebrating the holiday in his backyard that American freedom comes at a cost. It’s paid by all the folks who are here today and all the folks who are around the world," the president said Saturday at an Independence…

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  • Escaped Prisoner David Sweat Taken From Hospital to Maximum-Security Five Points Correctional Facility

    After spending one week in hospitals, escaped prisoner and convicted murderer David Sweat was released from the Albany Medical Center this morning and taken to the Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus, New York, officials said. Five Points is a maximum-security facility, the Department of…

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  • 5 Things to Watch at Princess Charlotte's Christening

    Princess Charlotte, the first daughter of Prince William and Princess Kate, will be christened in the U.K. today.The christening for the fourth-in-line to the British throne will be a family affair with unique details.Princess Charlotte to Be Christened in Church Where Princess Diana Was…

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  • Small Plane Crash Lands on Crowded California Beach

    A small plane that was towing an advertising banner crash landed today on a crowded California beach, after its engine cut out.The single-engine Piper PA18 lost engine power shortly after 3 p.m. and landed on Tamarack State Beach in Carlsbad, Federal Aviation Administration officials said.The pilot…

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  • Mayim Bialik Reflects On 'Blossom' 25 Years Later

    Twenty-five years ago on July 5, the world was introduced to "Blossom," a TV show starring Mayim Bialik as the titular character. Bialik, now 39, was just 15 when "Blossom" premiered. While Bialik never expected it to become a cultural phenomenon, she recognized that the series was special.

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