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And a win by Louie Anderson - kick off Emmys

Nominees for Best Actor in a Drama Series include Hollywood stars Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan), Matthew Rhys (The Americans), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), Kyle Chandler (Bloodline), and the youngest on the list, 35-year-old Rami Malek (Mr.

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Stocks Roundup - Sprint, (NYSE:S), Alcoa, (NYSE:AA), The Coca-Cola, (NYSE:KO)

Laurel Wealth Advisors Inc. bought a new stake in shares of Coca-Cola during the fourth quarter worth $1,475,000. Barclays Capital maintained the shares of CCH in a report on August 31 with "Underweight" rating. They set a "neutral" rating and a $44.00 price objective for the company. Zacks Investment Research has upgraded Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B.de C.V. (ADR)(NYSE:KOF) to Hold in a report released 8/19/2016.

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Red-carpet stroll no cakewalk for Judith Light

LOS ANGELES (AP ) - Not to be outdone by Ellen DeGeneres, who ordered pizza for the Academy Awards audience when she hosted in 2014, Jimmy Kimmel provided food for Emmy Awards crowd Sunday. "I can't walk, but thanks", the actress, nominated for her role in a comedy series for Amazon's " Transparent ", said as she responded to shouts and cheers from fans in the red-carpet bleachers.

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Trump does it again

Gates really should have, I think, in his book been a little bit more forceful about the fact that radical Islam has ideological moorings", she said. But Clinton's supporters aren't the same thing as her campaign. US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at James L.

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Everyone's talking about Kanye West's Yeezy fashion show

Aside from the "blistering reviews", Kanye West is also being accused of "cruelty" to models at the New York Fashion Week. The fashion disaster , held Wednesday on Roosevelt Island, started almost two hours late, sending fashionista showgoers into a tizzy, but Beecroft told Page Six , "Everyone was in a state of meditation".

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Family IDs Assailant in Minnesota Mall Attack

Kleis said the final altercation between Falconer and the attacker was captured on a mall surveillance camera. Kurt Daudt, the Minnesota House speaker who lives about 40 miles east of the mall, said, "We are grateful for his heroism". Weires says she and her friends ran out of the mall. "I saw this security guard sprinting down the hallway toward Target", Weirs told the paper.

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What's easy, and not, about the Fed rate hike

South Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong markets are closed for holidays . Economic data out from the United States today comprises of inflation numbers and retails sales figures, as well as employment and manufacturing numbers, and will be of utmost importance being the last wave of significant data before the FOMC meet for monetary policy and the U.S.

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Ford shifting all US small-car production to Mexico

Ford can build the cars for less money by paying lower wages in Mexico. The move will involve building a $1.6 billion auto assembly plant which will generate about 2,800 jobs in the area. The stock has dropped by more than 14% year-to-date. Ford disclosed its outlook ahead of presentations later in the day to Wall Street analysts at its headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan.

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Energy Transfer committed to building North Dakota pipeline

The protests against the Dakota Access pipeline have drawn worldwide attention, sparking a renewal of Native American activism and prompting the US government to block its construction on federal land, even as the company building the line expressed its commitment to the project on Tuesday.

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Strike deadline looms, GM and union make progress

Dias picked GM as its "strike target", meaning the union will try to get a deal with GM and use it as an outline for deals at the others. One problem facing Unifor in trying to convince GM to allocate new vehicles to Oshawa is that the auto maker's assembly plants in North America are running at about 80 per cent of capacity, even though Canadian sales are at record high levels and the US market is also close to a peak.

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Philly cops praised for 'restraint' after teen shoots at officers

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said police found what he called a "rambling" note at the scene of the Friday overnight rampage that police believe was written by the gunman and that expressed hatred toward law enforcement and named a probation officer.

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Baltimore Ravens score 25 unanswered points in win over Cleveland Browns

Meanwhile, the Browns are coming off 29-10 defeat at the hands of the Eagles. The lead, however, was not 21-0 after Coleman's second TD snare because Patrick Murray's PAT was blocked and returned the other way for two points by Tavon Young.

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ICICI Prudential Life's IPO to hit the market today

ICICI Prudential's IPO opens on Monday and closes on Wednesday. Shares have been allotted to the anchor investors at the top-end of the price band and marks one of the biggest anchor investor placements in the Indian IPO market. At the upper end of the band, the issue will raise about Rs 6,050 crore ($910 million) and value the insurer at Rs 47,950 crore ($7.2 billion). The stock of ICICI Bank closed down 1.15% or Rs 3.10 at Rs 267.55 on the BSE on Friday.

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Farron calls for second European Union referendum on final Brexit deal

A spokeswoman for May later told reporters that Britain would control immigration but that a points-based system "will not work and is not an option". The Prime Minister came under pressure on the issue in the House of Commons after slapping down Brexit Secretary David Davis for suggesting that continued membership of the free trade zone was "very improbable".

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Greece calls for pro-growth policies as "Club Med" gathers

The EU stability pact, whose budget deficit limits are already tested by France, Italy, Spain and Portugal, "is not the word of God, but rules we have agreed to and must improve", Tsipras told Le Monde on Thursday. Tsipras, an anti-austerity champion who says the fiscal straitjacket favoured by Germany will never permit weak economies such as Greece's to recover, is also trying to swing more European Union states to his vision.

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Oil prices fall as IEA warns glut to linger

The US Energy Information Administration will release later Wednesday data on US commercial crude inventories in the week to September 9, a closely watched measure of demand in the world's top oil consumer. USA shale drillers are proving more resilient than expected to cheap crude, OPEC added. Brent crude futures settled up 74 cents, or 1.6 percent, at $46.59 a barrel, after a session high at $47.

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Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto takes Apple's stage to introduce Super Mario Run

Super Mario Run was unveiled during the Apple iPhone 7 launch in San Francisco where Apple boss Tim Cook gave up the stage to Shigeru Miyamoto, Mario's creator. To describe it quickly, Super Mario Run looks a lot like other mobile runner games, but with Mario . As for the game's release, an exact date wasn't revealed, but it will be launching during Holiday 2016.

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Eli to Cruz sets up Giants win again, 16-13 over Saints

Put us in position to win the game. This time the offense fumbled three times, hurt itself with penalties, and failed in the red zone. The weather could be bad on Sunday so ball security will be vital. Defensive backs Collins and Leon Hall were responsible for the Giants' two sacks. Jason Pierre-Paul and Olivier Vernon set the edge effectively. Brees didn't throw any interceptions and the Saints didn't turn the ball over.

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Samsung won't be the last to have exploding batteries

A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is displayed at a store in Seoul on September 2. Aviation regulators and airlines have deemed the Note 7 a flight hazard and the U.S. In a statement released on the company's website, Samsung Electronics America President Tim Baxter asked the users to exchange their devices now.

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United Nations says number of South Sudan refugees exceeds one million

As for the situation on the ground, he reported that according to UNHCR field staff, new arrivals are camped in schools and churches, but many have to sleep in the open. A new report claiming that South Sudan's leaders have exploited the country's ongoing civil violence has been criticized by the country's government.

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Europe lower, Asia mixed after European Central Bank keeps policy unchanged

US shares were set to drift lower with Dow futures slipping 0.1 percent and S&P 500 futures down 0.2 percent. Nonetheless, it is probably just a matter of months before it eases policy further, acknowledging that inflation just isn't moving higher, despite free credit to banks, record low interest rates and money printing worth 1.2 trillion euros ($1.35 trillion) in the past year and a half.

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USA economic data mixed as Fed meeting nears

It would also be shift away from the BOJ's unique monetary experiment that attempted to crush yields across the curve and try to convince the public that its massive money printing will boost economic activity and prices. Long-dated bonds have underperformed for much of the past month in line with a steepening yield curve in Japanese government bonds. Asian stocks rebounded from its longest losing streak since May, after weaker-than-anticipated US data triggered a delay in investor ...

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Enbridge to buy Spectra Energy in stock deal worth $37 billion

Spectra shareholders will get 0.984 shares of the combined company for each share held. Upon completion of the transaction, Enbridge shareholders are expected to own about 57 percent of the combined company. Now all that the Enbridge and Spectra boards need to do is convince shareholders and regulators that the deal is in everyone's best interests. Spectra shares closed Friday at US$36.15 before the Labour Day holiday weekend.

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Man stabs 9 at Minnesota mall before cop kills him

An FBI official says investigators are viewing an attack at a Minnesota mall in which a man stabbed nine people as a possible act of terrorism. According to the Associated Press on Sunday, an Islamic State-run news agency claimed the suspect was a "soldier of the Islamic State", saying the attacker had heeded calls from the extremist group for attacks in countries that are part of a USA -led anti-IS coalition.

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Saudi Arabia overtakes U.S. as world's top oil producer

Gasoline inventories in the week to September 9, according to the EIA, were up by 600,000 barrels, after a 4.2-million-barrel decline in the previous week, still above what's normal for this time of year, the EIA noted. Gasoline stockpiles also rose more than expected, with the EIA reporting an increase of 567,000 barrels versus a forecast 343,000 barrels. Libya's National Oil Corporation said it was lifting force majeure at three ports and exports will resume immediately at two of them.

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Cheers for Scotch whisky as exports return to growth

Scotch whisky accounts for almost a quarter of all British food and drink exports on an annual basis, and around a third of Scotch exports are destined for the EU.EDINBURGH: Scotch whisky exports rose 3.1 percent in the first six months of 2016, driven by booming demand in India, a market that whisky's trade body says should be a top trade priority for Britain as it navigates its exit from the European Union.

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Apple unveils new iPhone sans the headphone socket

Given below are the terms and conditions that you will have to follow in order to avail the deal for Apple's iPhone 7 . The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are serious upgrades and quite frankly the black colors look super nice. A lot of the criticism is based around the fact that, as a result, users of the iPhone 7 will no longer be able to charge their phone while listening to music with wired headphones.

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Cauvery: TN to shutdown on Saturday, uneasy calm in curfew-bound Karnataka

Accounting giant E&Y on Monday advised its workers to leave the early and avoid travelling in vehicles with Tamil Nadu plates in Karnataka, and vice versa for those in Tamil Nadu. Police gunfire killed one protester and injured another on Monday night. Several people worked from home. Bengaluru city police, bolstered by central forces, is keeping a tight vigil, particularly in areas inhabited by Tamils and other sensitive localities.

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Oil prices tumble ahead of U.S. inventory data

By 1115 GMT, US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for delivery in October had climbed 24 cents to $45.14 a barrel. U.S. government data released yesterday showed crude inventories dropped by 599,000 barrels in the week to 9 September, pleasantly surprising analysts who had expected a crude build of 3.8m barrels.

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Deutsche Bank To Challenge $14 Bln Claim To Settle Mortgage Securities Probe

Many analysts also expect Deutsche Bank's eventual settlement to be substantially below the USA demand, although it could still trouble the bank. Banks also fell, led by a plunge in Deutsche Bank after the giant German lender said it wouldn't settle with the Department of Justice over its handling of mortgage securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.

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Stocks rise as US data dims Sept rate hike chances

The greenback is down 0.7 percent for the week, with the yen finding favour as risk sentiment soured on worries that central banks are running out of ammunition to bolster economic growth. The BOJ and the European Central Bank , for that matter, have been key drivers of the long end of the U.S. Treasury market, which pulled in buyers from overseas as investors looked for alternatives to the low and negative yields in Europe and Japan.

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Things to Know About Trump's and Clinton's Health

Trump's medical examination results can be viewed here. From Trump's weight status to his medications, here's what we know about the 70-year-old presidential candidate's health. "I feel as good today as I did when I was 30", he said, going on to compare himself to his friend Tom Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback. "I'm up there using a lot of motion", Trump said.

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As Trump rises in battleground states, Clinton moves to block his path

Through the middle of May, Trump received over 4 million more primary votes than Hillary Clinton, sparking many Trump supporters to assert that the polls don't matter, because they don't really survey who will actually vote in November. Americans do not appear to be overly concerned with the health of either candidate. Some 26 percent of respondents aged 18 to 29 say they will vote for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson with another 10 percent supporting Green Party candidate Jill Stein .

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Some iPhone 7s are Hissing When They're Stressed

Furthermore, the hissing noise is heard only when the device is under peak load or heavy processor usage. While the phones continue to function flawlessly, this issue is slightly discomforting for users knowing that their mobile devices are not silent, especially after paying a premium price to acquire them.

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What to Do With Your Recalled Galaxy Note 7 Device

Following yesterday's news that the Galaxy Note 7 is officially being recalled by Samsung and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Samsung has posted a video apology regarding the recall . USA officials say about 97 percent of Note 7s sold in the US are affected. In the lawsuit involving Galaxy Note 7 handsets, Strobel has revealed that his Galaxy Note 7 exploded on September 9, while he was carrying it in his trousers pocket.


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