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Tom and Curley

July 2, 2014 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Good effort U.S.A. Tim Howard set a World Cup record of 16 saves. Wikipedia now says Howard is the U.S. Secretary of Defense. So it must be true. // The Federal Trade Commission says T-Mobile was overbilling customers. The FTC alleges the carrier made hundreds of millions of dollars from premium texting services that consumers never ordered. Amazon.com is suing a former employee who left the company and went to work at Google. They say he violated a non-compete agreement. // After an hours-long debate, the Sammamish City Council voted to take stricter measures against homeless encampments sponsored by local churches. // The Academy of Motion Picture Arts is suing the heirs of a 1942 winner after they tried to sell his Oscar. John says TV Emmys are a sham. Ursula defends journalism awards.


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