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Women's World Cup final not about revenge, Abby Wambach says - CNN.com

edition.cnn.com - Sure, the United States' loss in penalty kicks to Japan in the 2011 Women's World Cup final stings to this day. The United States had that game won but coughed up two leads, the second time on a go...

U.S. vs. Japan: Women’s World Cup Final Live Blog

blogs.wsj.com - When the U.S. beat No. 1 ranked Germany 2-0, it almost felt as if the Americans won the World Cup. After all, they took down the top team in the world and the team that won the two of the last thre...

Women’s World Cup: United States Defeats Japan to Win Third Title

nytimes.com - VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Women’s World Cup quickly built from uncertainty to predatory dependability for midfielder Carli Lloyd, then concluded Sunday in a display of startling deliverance...

Breaking news on 2015 Women's World Cup

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breakingnews.com - 2015 Women's World Cup Jul 05, 2015, 11:07 PM GMT (23:07) USA's Carli Lloyd scores 2 goals in 1st 5 minutes of Women's World Cup title game; USA leads Japan 2-0 - @SportsCenter 2015 Women's World C...

The Latest: US defeats Japan 5-2 for 3rd WWC title

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sfgate.com - VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — The latest from the Women's World Cup final (all times local): The United States has won its third Women's World Cup title and first since 1999 with a 5-2 victory...

Home routers and coffee shops may soon offer nearby phones a 4G data connection

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technologyreview.com - Wi-Fi has become ubiquitous in homes and businesses thanks to the way anyone can set up their own network and start connecting up gadgets. Before long, you may be similarly free to set up your own ...

Awesome Retro-Futuristic NES Will Set You Back a Cool $500 | WIRED

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wired.com - Even with today’s prices, $500 goes a long way in the world of videogame consoles. For that money, you could buy an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4 or a Wii U and still have at least $100 left over for...

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