Julianna Margulies' balancing act

Julianna Margulies' balancing act

In the new "The Hot Zone" mini-series, Julianna Margulies plays Nancy Jaax, a veterinary pathologist in the U.S. Army who juggled containing the Ebola virus with caring for her cancer-stricken father. Margulies says she relates to Jaax's balancing...
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'Game of Thrones' rules Emmys as top drama

'Game of Thrones' rules Emmys as top drama

"Game of Thrones" resurrected the Iron Throne at Sunday's Emmy ceremony, ruling as top drama. The British series "Fleabag" won for best comedy, as well as writing and acting nods for creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Pink and red combos, Hollywood gold on the Emmys carpet

Pink and red combos, Hollywood gold on the Emmys carpet

From Julia Louis-Dreyfus in classic Hollywood gold to Jodie Comer in sleek white, a look at some of the fashion on the Emmy Awards' carpet.
Game of Thrones stars go glam at Emmys

Game of Thrones stars go glam at Emmys

Before saying goodbye to Westeros, the cast of 'Game of Thrones' posed on the purple carpet of the Emmy Awards.
AP Top Stories September 22

AP Top Stories September 22

Here's the latest for Sunday, September 22nd: Trump suggests he raised Biden with Ukraine’s president; Three dead, four hospitalized in drug overdose; Iran asks West to leave Persian Gulf as tensions heightened; UN report: global warming is accele...
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Today in History for September 22nd

Today in History for September 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: Nathan Hale hanged in the American Revolution; Iraq invades Iran; President Gerald Ford faces a second assassination attempt in weeks; 'Fiddler on the Roof' hits Broadway; Songwriter Irving Berlin dies.
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AP Top Stories September 21

AP Top Stories September 21

Here's the latest for Saturday, September 21th: Trump urged Ukraine leader to investigate the son Joe Biden; Trump heads to UN with a list of deals he's yet to close; Pro-democracy protesters take to streets; World's most famous beer festival opens.
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4 die after bus with Chinese tourists crashes

4 die after bus with Chinese tourists crashes

Four people died after a tour bus carrying them and other visitors from China crashed, rolling onto a guard rail and leaving carnage and debris in its wake on a highway running through the red-rock landscape of southern Utah.
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Greta Thunberg speaks at UN Youth Climate Summit

Greta Thunberg speaks at UN Youth Climate Summit

Young people are an "unstoppable" force in pressuring world leaders to act on climate change, teenage activist Greta Thunberg told a United Nations panel on Saturday.
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Today in History for September 21st

Today in History for September 21st

Highlights of this day in history: President Bill Clinton's grand jury testimony in the Monica Lewinsky scandal aired on TV; Authors H.G. Wells and Stephen King born; 'Monday Night Football' premieres; Actor-comedian Bill Murray born.
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J Lo wows Versace crowd with runway appearance

J Lo wows Versace crowd with runway appearance

Jennifer Lopez won Milan Fashion Week, when she emerged on the Versace runway wearing a version of the jungle dress that nearly broke the internet almost 20 years ago.
NHL goaltenders worry about increased concussions

NHL goaltenders worry about increased concussions

There has been an alarming increase in concussions among NHL goaltenders over the past couple of seasons. Fourteen different goalies missed a total of 276 games over that span with a concussion or head injury.
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Jet's Falk goes from practice squad to starter

Jet's Falk goes from practice squad to starter

With Sam Darnold and Trevor Siemian both out, Luke Falk moves from the Jet's practice squad to starting quarterback against the New England Patriots
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Students, activists march to demand climate action

Students, activists march to demand climate action

Tens of thousands of students, workers and activists took to the streets in major U.S. cities to demand government action on global warming. They were part of a wave of protests that swept the globe Friday a head of a U.N. summit.
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Peaceful party for revelers near Area 51 in Nevada

Peaceful party for revelers near Area 51 in Nevada

Nevada authorities say events have been peaceful at internet-inspired gatherings around Area 51, the military installation about a two-hour drive from Las Vegas.
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Orcas catch a wave in Puget Sound near Seattle

Orcas catch a wave in Puget Sound near Seattle

A pod of orcas was spotted frolicking in Washington state's Puget Sound on Friday. The orcas, also known as killer whales, were seen surfing and breaching close to Bainbridge Island, near Seattle.
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25 years after ‘Friends’ debuted,’ new young fans talk why they love the sitcom

25 years after ‘Friends’ debuted,’ new young fans talk why they love the sitcom

25 years after ‘Friends’ debuted,’ new young fans talk why they love the sitcom
Texas residents rescued from flooded homes

Texas residents rescued from flooded homes

The Sheriff's Office said home rescues happened in far northeast Harris County as floodwaters from Tropical Storm Imelda receded.
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Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes

Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes

Walmart said Friday that it will stop selling electronic cigarettes at its namesake stores and Sam's Clubs following a string of mysterious illnesses and deaths related to vaping.
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AP Top Storie

AP Top Storie

Here's the latest for Friday, September 20th: Climate change protests held across the globe; 23 states sue to keep California's stricter emissions standards; New York mayor leaves Democratic presidential race; Red Panda makes debut in Milwaukee.
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SUV crashes, rolls through suburban Ill. mall

SUV crashes, rolls through suburban Ill. mall

Police have arrested a man who drove through the corridors of a suburban Chicago mall before crashing into a clothing store.
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Students lead climate change protest in Atlanta

Students lead climate change protest in Atlanta

Students and activists rallied outside of the Georgia state capitol in Atlanta, calling for lawmakers to take drastic action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Greta Thunberg on Climate: 'Listen to science'

Greta Thunberg on Climate: 'Listen to science'

Climate change protests swept the globe Friday with thousands sending a message to leaders headed for a U.N. summit: The warming world can't wait for action. The protests were partly inspired by the activism of Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.
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NYC climate march joins global call for action

NYC climate march joins global call for action

A wave of climate change protests swept across the globe Friday, in New York, public school students join the global climate protest. Thousands of mostly young people marched through lower Manhattan, carrying signs and chanting.
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Global call for climate action Australia to DC

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