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Deflategate: Tom Brady beats NFL, judge nullifies 4-game suspension

The quarterback's suspension was thrown out by a federal judge after a seven-month standoff between the NFL and its players union.

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The Serena show rolls on

The Serena Williams show continued at the U.S. Open as the world number one moved a step closer to a calendar Grand Slam.

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Mayweather ready to hang up gloves as ‘the best ever’

The boxer plans to go out unbeaten and on his own terms, as "The Best Ever," when he ends his career next week with his welterweight title defense against fellow American Andre Berto.

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Los Angeles mayor says Olympic bid is a ‘new start’ for city

Los Angeles' 2024 summer Olympics bid will be a new start for the United States as it attempts to land the first summer Games since 1996.

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WATCH: The science of golf

A look at the science behind a golf ball’s flight impact.

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Thursday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making news today, Thursday, Sept. 3.

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Was ‘Concussion’ altered to avoid angering the NFL?

Hacked Sony emails appear to show that the m arketing plans for the movie were positioned to focus on the story of a whistle-blower, rather than a condemnation of the sport.

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UVA Men’s Basketball Schedule Released

Virginia Hoops schedule in conference has been released.

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Virginia Football Returns On WINA

Virginia Football returns to the flagship station for UVA sports.

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StubHub, UVA Team Up

Virginia fans can now use Stub Hub as another way to attain tickets to UVA Athletic events.

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Deflategate decision expected by Friday

Judge Richard Berman will soon issue his ruling on whether New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game suspension.

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CBS bringing limited live NFL games to mobile devices

CBS Sports said it will allow viewers to live stream two regular season games, expanding its services to the fast-growing Internet viewer base.

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Wednesday’s sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the sports stories making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 2.

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Wrestler Snuka charged with killing girlfriend in 1983

Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, a professional wrestling star in the 1980s, was charged with third degree murder and involuntary manslaughter.

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Brady’s backup taking it ‘day by day’

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's teammates say they will wait and see when it comes to a judge's decision on his suspension.

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Los Angeles wants to host 2024 Summer Olympics

The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to pursue a bid to bring the Summer Games to town in 2024 and become the only city besides London ever to host the Olympics three times.

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Top seeds in a hurry on day of U.S. Open upsets

World number ones Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic launched their U.S. Open title bids in ruthless style.

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Will Smith to take on NFL coverup

"Concussion" is based on Dr. Bennet Omalu, who was the first to discover the existence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (or CTE): a disease of the brain found in athletes with a history of repetitive brain trauma.

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County Students Score High On SAT’s

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Albemarle SAT scores are higher than both state and national figures.

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Shrinking U.S. trade gap shows economy’s underlying strength

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The U.S. trade deficit fell in July to its lowest level in five months as exports rose broadly, signaling underlying strength in the economy amid concerns about a global growth slowdown.

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Chris Evans makes ‘Marvel’-ous directoral debut

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The "Before We Go" director talks about pulling his film together and how being in the Marvel world makes it easier to get movies off the ground.

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Kentucky clerk jailed for denying same-sex marriage licenses

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The clerk has refused to issue licenses to any couples, gay or straight, since the U.S. Supreme Court in June ruled that same-sex couples have the right to marry under the U.S. Constitution, citing her beliefs as an Apostolic Christian.