"Game of Thrones" racks up Emmy nominations

She has a chance at her fifth straight win as best actress. So was " Empire " star Taraji P. Henson. Among the shows snubbed by Emmy voters in major categories this year was the Netflix prison dramedy "Orange is the New Black" and "The Good Wife", a usual Emmy favorite that just ended its seven-year CBS run.

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  • Ronaldo's sister compares Euro 2016 injury to Christ's suffering on the Cross
Ronaldo's sister compares Euro 2016 injury to Christ's suffering on the Cross

According to the brand, more than 60 percent of all the players who competed in the Euro Cup were wearing Nike boots. Griezmann's usual boyish looks were on display as ever but not the smile that normally goes with them when he collected his trophy for the top scorer in the tournament.

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  • Lawmaker says sexual harassment allegations false
Lawmaker says sexual harassment allegations false

Ramsey said Thursday that such comments from Durham make him want to "smack him in the mouth". A special committee of the House of Representatives released a report Wednesday that found Durham sexually harassed 22 women. Jeremy Durham after an investigation found he used his position to sexually harass at least 22 female interns, lobbyists, sta...

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  • Celebrate National French Fry Day with some free fries!
Celebrate National French Fry Day with some free fries!

Modern Americans eat 2 million tons of french fries annually, according to Fox News. "Does this come with French fries?" is not a question asked on July 13. And, of course, there's no better time to show that love than National French Fry Day . For some French Fries recipes, head to AllRecipes.com here.

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  • #AllLivesDidntMatter surfaces as people attack Black Lives Matter
#AllLivesDidntMatter surfaces as people attack Black Lives Matter

It can be easy to dismiss the African-American experience in the United States, like when former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said the Black Lives Matter Movement is "inherently racist" because it doesn't say all lives matter , however that attempt of inclusivity rings a little hollow considering that Black America is still recovering an...

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  • Obama becomes first president to publish in academic journal
Obama becomes first president to publish in academic journal

The president advocated new changes that are aimed at more current concerns about the law, including the number of options and prices for coverage on the exchanges. Ultimately, though, it passed without one. Being a lower priced alternative to Obamacare insurance, the co-ops - not surprisingly - attracted older, sicker patients.

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  • Mob sets ablaze house in which militant Burhan Wani was killed
Mob sets ablaze house in which militant Burhan Wani was killed

Pakistan is advised to refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of its neighbours, read a statement issued by MEA spokespersonon Monday. "Earlier, on the directions of the PM foreign office called Indian high commissioner to the foreign office and conveyed strong concerns of Pakistani government and people on rapidly deteriorating human r...

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  • Boris Johnson sets out post-Brexit foreign policy vision
Boris Johnson sets out post-Brexit foreign policy vision

Davis, a senior Conservative lawmaker who was beaten by former prime minister David Cameron in the party's 2005 leadership election contest, was appointed to the new role of Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union . The United States said it was looking forward to working with him. "At this incredibly important time that will determine...

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  • Rita Repulsa Corners the Yellow Ranger in New
Rita Repulsa Corners the Yellow Ranger in New "Power Rangers" Photo

The Lionsgate film has already made solid decisions with their casting, landing veteran actor Bryan Cranston as Zordon to lead a team of relative newcomers. We've seen the teens with attitude, we've seen Rita Repusla, we've even seen the Ranger suits. When we did our blocking, our run through, Elizabeth and I really wanted& to make it fun, to m...

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  • Respect UN judgment on SCS: India to China
Respect UN judgment on SCS: India to China

Domestically, the most productive United States response might be for Congress to approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement before a new president is inaugurated - making it clear that the USA has economic as well as strategic interests to defend in Asia.

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  • Protesters throw money at GMO vote
Protesters throw money at GMO vote

Supporters said a uniform national standard would prevent a confusing patchwork of different state labels that would lead to higher costs and compliance challenges for food makers. NPR reported that food companies also opposed GMO labels, believing that consumers may incorrectly interpret the labeled food as unsafe to eat.

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  • Home Run Derby: Giancarlo Stanton Breaking Records
Home Run Derby: Giancarlo Stanton Breaking Records

Stanton beat defending champion Todd Frazier of the White Sox 20-13 in the final . Not surprisingly, Stanton had the longest home runs of the night - a 497-foot shot in each of the first two rounds. "Taking a flight out here just for this, I figure that it's a waste if I don't get this bad boy", he said, patting the silver trophy awarded to t...

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  • China's quarterly economic growth steady at 6.7 percent
China's quarterly economic growth steady at 6.7 percent

Premier Li Keqiang has said that second-quarter economic growth remained largely steady, but analysts expect more support measures in the coming months as private investment falters, forcing the government to do more of the heavy lifting.

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Dareus "hates" that Brady unlikely to play Wk 4

Because the 2nd Circuit has twice ruled in favor of the NFL and courts have a general hesitation to intervene in labor disputes, Brady and the union would have to argue that Deflategate has wider-reaching ramifications under national labor law for the Supreme Court to consider hearing the case.

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  • Obama: Country will experience tensions for quite some time
Obama: Country will experience tensions for quite some time

In the clip, Bush holds the hand of his wife, Laura and the hand of first lady Michelle Obama, while he and the congregation sing " The Battle Hymn Of The Republic " aka "Glory Hallelujah". Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota had been killed in police encounters that week. "Solve these problems. If we have that sort o...

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  • WPI inflation hardens for 3rd month, hits 1.62 percent in June
WPI inflation hardens for 3rd month, hits 1.62 percent in June

Within WPI, it is vegetables (prices rose by 17 per cent) and potato (prices rose by 65 per cent) that contributed to the uptick. Wholesale inflation in vegetables climbed to 16.91 per cent in June. It was the third month of rise in a row. "In June, food prices increased by 8.18% from a year earlier, following a 7.88% rise in the preceding month"...

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  • Trump delays VP announcement after truck attack
Trump delays VP announcement after truck attack

With the short list down to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, it's the last in the line up that's getting the most attention. "We've cut costs, lowered taxes & reduced regulations to allow job creators to invest in what matters most - in their businesses & employees", tweeted the forme...

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  • Donald Trump on the verge of picking his running mate
Donald Trump on the verge of picking his running mate

Pence introduced Trump at a stump speech outside of Indianapolis on Tuesday, where he attacked presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, calling her dishonest and untrustworthy. Trump was making his final decision from California, where he is scheduled to attend a series of fundraisers at a distance from many of his closest advisers.

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  • Maharashtra: Nashik wholesale market lost crores, thanks to APMC stir
Maharashtra: Nashik wholesale market lost crores, thanks to APMC stir

In addition, the strike has not yet been called off at the APMC market at Nashik, a major centre for the trade in vegetables. Traders, who were agitating following an ordinance issued by the government to delist fruits and vegetables outside the scope of APMC and have been demanding a level playing field, will be allowed equal rights as farmers.

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  • 10 key takeaways from TCS Q1 results
10 key takeaways from TCS Q1 results

The company reported a net profit of Rs 6,318 crore, up 9.44% from the Rs 5,773 crore in the same period past year. Analysts on average had expected a net profit of Rs 6,088 crore according to data compiled by Thomson Reuters. TCS , which generates more than a quarter of its sales from Europe, has a track record of investing in new segments and m...

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