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Jury: Roger Clemens Not Guilty Of Perjury

Baseball great Roger Clemens was acquitted on Monday of all charges in the government's six-count perjury case against him. He had been accused of lying to Congress in 2008 when he denied using performance enhancing drugs. The verdict is the latest blow to prosecutors' efforts to pursue illicit drug use cases against athletes.
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A Horse Is A Horse, Unless Of Course It's Ann Romney's Dressage Champ

Rafalca, a 15-year-old Oldenburg mare, and her rider qualified for the Olympics this weekend. The Romneys' involvement in dressage, often considered the snobbiest of the horse sports, has brought the event considerable attention of late — including mocking from Stephen Colbert.
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Obama's Played 100 Rounds Of Golf; Which Presidents Beat That?

While the current president has gone golfing much more often than his predecessor, he lags far behind two other former occupants of the White House.
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Webb Simpson Wins U.S. Open; Miami Heat Takes 2-1 Lead In NBA Finals

The 25-year-old Simpson won the first major golf tournament of his career. Meanwhile, LeBron James led the Heat past Kevin Durant's Thunder.
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Miami Takes The Lead In NBA Finals With Oklahoma

The Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday night, to take a two-games-to-one lead in the NBA Finals. LeBron James showed no sign of letting this one get away. He had 29 points and 14 rebounds.
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Simpson Wins U.S. Open, His First Major Title

Webb Simpson saved par on the hilly 18th hole with a chip from the rough to about 4 feet, closing with a 2-under 68 to hold off Graeme McDowell and Michael Thompson in a foggy final round at The Olympic Club on Sunday. Simpson finished at 1-over 281. Linda Wertheimer talks to USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan.

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