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Heat records are falling across the region, and temperatures are still rising.Medford marked the hottest June on record. The National Weather Service office there reported the average high temperature for June 2015 was 91.3 degrees, nine degrees above the month's typical 82-degree average high temperature. That also beat the previous June high-temperature record of 91.1 degrees, set in 1918.  The average...

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Fox and Paramount and teaming up to bring the psycho-sexiness of Fatal Attraction to the small...

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Laurence Fishburne will star as author Alex Haley in the remake of

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Here are the trends: President Obama is rising in the p […]

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The culture of winning can have a significant negative impact not only on their children’s enjoyment of the sport, but ultimately on their development as well.

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On Wednesday morning, CNN reported that Macy's has severed its relationship with

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Hope Solo comments on the semifinal victory over Germany.

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The Americans had a slow start in this Women's World Cup. But then ... .

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Germany coach Silvia Neid said forward Alexandra Popp did not have a concussion after banging heads with U.S. midfielder Morgan Brian in the first half of the women's World Cup semifinal.

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Julie Johnston thought she had blown it. Handed a yellow card for a foul in the box on Alexandra Popp, Johnston's heart sank when German striker Celia Sasic stepped up to take the penalty kick.

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter will skip the Women's World Cup final in Canada, avoiding a visit to North America at a time when U.S. officials are pursuing a criminal investigation into the soccer's ruling body.

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