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Sources: Ray Rice told NFL boss exactly what happened
Four sources say the football player told NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell months ago that he hit his then-fiancee. Goodell has claimed the information was "ambiguous." One source says Rice talked about slapping her.
Law enforcement official says he sent NFL domestic violence video
A voice mail message in April confirmed receipt of the video showing Ray Rice slugging his then-fiancee.
Enter your facial hair now...
Because the World Beard and Moustache Championships will take place in Porland this fall.
Steve Ballmer gets his L.A. basketball franchise
The ex-Microsoft CEO says he is humbled to be the new owner of the Clippers.
MLS All-Stars upset mighty Bayern Munich
The German team rested some of their top players as they faced the U.S. league's stars in Portland.
Judge clears the way for Ballmer to buy Los Angeles Clippers
In a sweeping decision from the bench, a Los Angeles judge rejected almost all of Donald Sterling's arguments for blocking the sale of the team to the former Microsoft CEO.
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