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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 29, 2010
The combined 19.4 million viewers for Saturday's USA-Ghana game were comparable to the average for the six games for last year's baseball World Series on Fox. The difference: USA-Ghana was aired in the morning, and the World Series was broadcast in prime time. Read the whole story
It may have been 44 years ago that the Germans lost to England in a World Cup final that included an England goal that didn't look like it crossed the line. So when Germany beat England, 4-1, on Sunday as England was denied a goal that did cross the line, ... Read the whole story
Argentine Carlos Tevez says it was selfish of him not to own up to the fact that he was offside for his opening goal in Argentina's 3-1 win over Mexico on Sunday. Read the whole story
A 27-year-old man confessed to McAllen, Texas, police that he killed his 2-year-old stepdaughter because she wouldn't stop crying as he watched the USA-Ghana World Cup game on Saturday. Read the whole story


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