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Two African Ebola Patients to Be Discharged After Receiving Experimental Drug

Two African Ebola Patients to Be Discharged After Receiving Experimental Drug

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(MONROVIA, Liberia) — Two African health workers who received doses of the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp are set to be discharged from the hospital later this week, a Liberian health official told ABC News Tuesday.Three African health workers — two African doctors and one physician’s assistant — received the drug after contracting the virus earlier this month, according to Dr. Moses Massaquoi, who heads Ebola case management at Liberia’s health ministry.Though they were all showing signs of improvement at first, one of the doctors died on Aug. 24. He also had diabetes and hypertension, Massaquoi said.The remaining two patients improved soon after receiving the first of three doses of ZMapp — a cocktail of three antibodies meant to attack the virus. They are expected to be discharged on Friday.
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Perry Adds Republican Strategist, McCain Aide to Legal Team

Perry Adds Republican Strategist, McCain Aide to Legal Team

ABC/Matthew Putney(WASHINGTON) — Gov. Rick Perry has hired former aide to Sen. John McCain and longtime Republican strategist Steve Schmidt to work with his legal team following Perry’s indictment.Perry, who has downplayed the charges against him, brought Schmidt on to work with his legal team on public relations. Schmidt is being brought in only to help handle the indictment, not as part of a potential 2016 presidential campaign.Since having his mug shot and fingerprints taken last week, the Texas governor has toured battleground states and is believed to be considering whether another run for the presidency is in his future.
Perry was charged earlier this month with abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public official after he allegedly threatened to veto funding for the state’s public integrity unit unless District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg resigned following a 2013 DWI conviction.
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Kerry Praises Gaza Agreement, Hopes Cease-Fire is ‘Durable and Sustainable’

Kerry Praises Gaza Agreement, Hopes Cease-Fire is ‘Durable and Sustainable’

Credit: US Department of State(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State John Kerry released a statement on Tuesday offering strong support for a cease-fire agreement reached between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.Kerry has worked with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, as well as Egyptian leadership who hosted negotiations in an effort to bring calm to the region. He said Tuesday that he hopes the new cease-fire will be “durable and sustainable,” ending rocket and mortar strikes. Kerry also called for increased delivery of humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza once “calm is restored.” He reiterated his eagerness to work with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on reconstruction and aid for the Gazan people. Meanwhile, he assured Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the U.S. will continue to be engaged in long-term peace negotiations.Kerry is “aware of the challenges ahead,” but remains optimistic that the two sides can come to an agreement that will bring the “future that the people on both sides deserve.”
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Alleged Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested for Third Time this Month

Alleged Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested for Third Time this Month

iStock/Thinkstock(PHOENIX) — Alleged repeat stowaway Marilyn Hartman was arrested Tuesday at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on a criminal trespass charge, according to police.It was the third time the 62-year-old, who has a history of trying to board planes without a ticket, has been arrested this month.Airport employees recognized Hartman loitering around 11:30 a.m. in terminal 4 near the baggage claim area, according to Phoenix police, who said she was not in possession of a ticket.The arrest came after Hartman was caught on Aug. 14 trying to enter a Sky Harbor security checkpoint without a ticket. Hartman was let go with a warning at the time and was removed from airport property, police said. Phoenix police said they were requesting Hartman undergo a mental health evaluation.Hartman was arrested earlier this month on a misdemeanor trespassing charge after she flew on a Southwest Airlines flight from San Jose to Los Angeles without a ticket, authorities said.Several days after she was released from police custody, Hartman was seen scouting terminals for about an hour at Los Angeles International Airport, according to airport police. She was arrested and charged with violating the terms of her probation, which included staying out of airports unless she had a ticket to fly.Hartman was released from a Los Angeles jail earlier this month because of overcrowding, according to ABC News’ Los Angeles station, KABC.While she has an extensive history of trying to board planes, Hartman’s arrest earlier this month was the first time she successfully was able to fly without a ticket, authorities said.
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NFL, College Football Players to Utilize New Model of Helmet Intended to Reduce Concussion Risk

NFL, College Football Players to Utilize New Model of Helmet Intended to Reduce Concussion Risk

Photodisc/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Football equipment manufacturer Riddell has released a brand-new model of football helmet that it says flexes to help absorb impact, helping to minimize concussion risk, and a number of NFL and college football players and teams will be using the new technology this year.Riddell says its SpeedFlex helmets will be available in September and may be seen in use in the college football world as early as this weekend. A press release from the company describes the technology as ripples [force] outward instead of inward, reducing impact transfer to the athlete. The helmets also feature improved sightlines and a new style of chinstrap.Riddell said Tuesday that over half of Football Bowl Subdivision teams will have at least one player wearing the new helmet, as well as 80 percent of NFL teams. Among those donning the SpeedFlex helmets will be players from last year’s NCAA national champions Florida State University, as well as highly ranked college programs including Ohio State University, University of Florida, and the University of Texas, among others.In the NFL, Riddell expects players from both of last year’s Super Bowl teams, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, as well as members of the New York Giants and Jets, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys, and more, to wear the helmets.
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Kindergartener Goes to School with Loaded Gun in Backpack

Kindergartener Goes to School with Loaded Gun in Backpack

iStock/Thinkstock(ALIQUIPPA, Pa.) — A five-year-old reportedly brought a loaded handgun to school in a backpack.A teacher at the school in Aliquippa — a town near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — found the small revolver in a kindergartner’s bag.The school called police and no injuries were reported.The school sent letters home to parents saying the gun was never visible to any student. Police said no one handled the gun and it is not believed he intended to hurt anyone. Police are investigating how the gun ended up in the bag, and whether to file charges.
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Interim Director of Phoenix VA Facility Discusses Changes in Light of Critical Report

Interim Director of Phoenix VA Facility Discusses Changes in Light of Critical Report

ABC News(WASHINGTON) — After Tuesday’s report from the Department of Veterans Affairs’ independent investigation indicated that there is no proof that delayed treatment at VA hospitals caused any deaths, Glenn Costie, director of the Dayton VA Medical Center and interim director of the Phoenix Medical Center, discussed the work the agency has done to revamp the Phoenix center.The Phoenix center came under fire earlier this year for unethical scheduling practices. Since then, Costie says, they have added 250 staff members — more than 100 of whom were added within the last three months. The Phoenix VA Medical Center plans to continue adding staff, with 200 more hires expected “in the very near future.”All of the schedulers employed by the VA have been trained to properly use wait lists and other programs in what Costie calls the beginning of a “cultural transformation.” Costie acknowledged that the Phoenix medical center was “understaffed and under-resourced for many years,” but that out of the scandal from earlier this year, “we’re starting to get that resolved.”
The report detailed 28 instances of “clinically significant delays in care” and 17 unrelated instances of “care deficiencies.” These cases represent unacceptable and troubling lapses in follow-up, coordination, quality and continuity of care.”
The report also notes that investigations into the lapses will continue, with involvement from the Department of Justice and the FBI.
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American Airlines Taking Fares Off Orbitz

American Airlines Taking Fares Off Orbitz

American Airlines Newsroom(NEW YORK) — American Airlines says it is pulling fares from consumer travel site Orbitz.com.
The air carrier has announced it will withdraw the fares for American Airlines and U.S. Airways, effective September 1.
A statement from American Airlines says it had tried reach a deal with Orbitz but the economics would not allow it to compete with the low-cost carriers.
The airline says the move will not impact flights that have already been booked and will not affect corporate clients that use Orbitz for business.
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More Gains on Wall Street, Burger King and Tim Hortons Announce Partnership

More Gains on Wall Street, Burger King and Tim Hortons Announce Partnership

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Wall Street posted another day of gains on Tuesday, following up Monday’s milestone for the S&P 500 with another, amidst news that Burger King and Tim Hortons will combine efforts to create a fast-food powerhouse.The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished at 17,106.70, up 29.83 from Monday.The Nasdaq rose 13.29 to a 4,570.64 close, while the S&P gained 2.1, finished at 2,000.02, the first time the index has ever closed above 2,000.Reports emerged on Monday that Burger King was looking to buy Tim Hortons. According to a press release from Tim Hortons on Tuesday, the two companies represent a combined $23 billion in sales and 18,000 restaurants in 100 countries. Each chain will continue to operate as independent brands, but will share common ownership.
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Woman Pleads to Stop Alimony Paid to Ex-Husband Accused of Killing New Husband

Woman Pleads to Stop Alimony Paid to Ex-Husband Accused of Killing New Husband

iStock/Thinkstock(LINDON, Utah) — Paying alimony to an ex-spouse can be one of those grin-and-bear-it obligations for some, but it’s an especially galling burden for a Utah woman whose ex-husband stands accused of killing her new husband.Joy Sidwell, from Lindon, Utah, asked a judge on Monday to allow her to halt the $500 a month alimony payments to her ex, Fred Lee, who allegedly killed her new husband in July.Lee, 59, is in the Utah County Jail and set to face aggravated murder charges, among others, authorities said.On July 3, he told police that he was searching for Sidwell “to kill her,” according to court documents. Lee entered a home in search of his ex-wife, but shot and killed her current husband, police said.Sidwell filed for protective orders and stalking complaints against Lee in 2005 and 2007, but said this alimony issue is another obstacle in the legal system.”It’s going to take a long time to see justice in the court for the trial of the murder, but this would at least be justice for right now,” Sidwell told KSL News on Monday.”I shouldn’t need an attorney to have it stopped,” Sidwell, who does not have an attorney, told KSL News. “It should be a simple cut-and-dried thing.”Sidwell said she plans to return to court Sept. 15 to once again request a stop to alimony payments, and Lee will have the legal right to contest her petition.Though the Utah government website does not address an unusual situation like this case, it does reference the role of material changes in modifying alimony payments.According to Utah state law, “if there are substantial material changes in circumstances not foreseeable at the time of divorce, either party may petition the court for an order modifying alimony. However, the court may not modify alimony to address needs of the recipient that did not exist at the time the decree was entered, unless there are special reasons for doing so.”
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Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop Have Split

Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop Have Split

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images via ABC(LOS ANGELES) –  There’s a reason Sarah Hyland didn’t bring her boyfriend of five years, Matt Prokop, to the Emmys.They broke up, her rep told ABC News.The Modern Family star, 23, met Prokop, 24, in 2008, People magazine reported. They went on to co-star in Geek Charming on the Disney Channel.”We had our first formal date at Casa Vega, this little Mexican place. We got to talking and I think it was on the date that we realized we didn’t have to work to impress each other,” he told Seventeen in 2012. “We were both there for the right reasons. It just felt so natural.”In 2011, Hyland revealed on The View that the two were living together.
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Feds Say Two Men Robbed, Killed Violinist at Her Home in the Middle of the Day

Feds Say Two Men Robbed, Killed Violinist at Her Home in the Middle of the Day

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A New York City violinist who was at her summer home was brutally murdered when two men knocked on her door and attempted to rob her, federal authorities said.Mary Whitaker, 61, was a musician who played on Broadway, toured with Barbara Streisand, was a member of the Westchester Philharmonic, and spent her summers playing for the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, according to the Philharmonic.She was at her summer home in Westfield, N.Y., when the incident occurred, according to federal documents.Two homeless men, Jonathan Conklin and Charles Sanford, approached her home in the early morning hours of Aug. 20 with the intent to rob her, according to the criminal complaint. Sanford told police that Conklin wanted to rob a homeowner so he could buy drugs and “live like a rock star,” the criminal complaint says. In a chilling series of events, Sanford allegedly knocked on Whitaker’s door and asked to the use phone because he had run out of gas. When she said yes, Conklin emerged from hiding and allegedly pointed a rifle at her, authorities said.”This is a robbery. Don’t make this any worse than it is,” Conklin said, according to the complaint.Whitaker screamed, prompting Conklin to allegedly fire a round from the rifle that hit Whitaker in the torso, authorities said.Whitaker then grabbed the rifle and struggled with Conklin for it, another shot was fired and hit Whitaker in the leg. Whitaker fell backward, hitting her head against the garage door, and Sanford dragged her inside the garage, authorities said.
The pair then robbed Whitaker’s home, taking her keys, credit cards, cell phone and checkbook, while Conklin ordered Sanford to finish killing Whitaker with a knife, according to authorities.They then took off in her Chrysler P.T. Cruiser and drove back to Pennsylvania, where they used the credit cards and cell phone, which allowed police to track them.Friends of Whitaker’s found her body in the garage and called police, who quickly tracked the pair. Sanford provided much of the information in the account to detectives.Both Conklin and Sanford are now charged with stealing the car, unlawfully using the firearms, and illegally transporting commerce over state lines, which are the crimes that fall under federal jurisdiction. A local grand jury in Westfield will consider the murder charges.Conklin and Sanford both entered pleas of not guilty on Friday in U.S. District Court in Buffalo, N.Y., and are being represented by public defenders. Their detention hearings are set for Thursday morning.
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Late Summer Brings Extreme and Dangerous Heat Across the Country

Late Summer Brings Extreme and Dangerous Heat Across the Country

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — It may be late August, but parts of the country are just now experiencing their hottest stretch of weather this year.Indianapolis hit 90 degrees on Monday afternoon, their first of the year. Typically, Indianapolis would …

A Look Back at the Owners of Burger King

A Look Back at the Owners of Burger King

Scott Olson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — On Tuesday Burger King announced the acquisition of Tim Hortons, becoming the world’s third largest fast-food restaurant company. 
The company has had several owners and holding companies since 1954, including the Pillsbury dough boy and a booze magnate.
In honor of the deal, here is a look back at who has held the Burger King crown over the years:1954: David Edgerton opened the first Burger King in Miami in 1954, when hamburgers and milkshakes were 18 cents. Three months later, James McLamore joins as a partner and the co-founders form Burger King of Miami Inc.1960s: In 1961, the two men acquired national and international franchising rights for the Burger King brand, according to the Burger King corporate website. In 1963, South Florida Restaurants Inc. changed its name to Burger King Corp. as it opened its first international restaurants: two locations in Puerto Rico. In 1967, the Pillsbury Co. acquired Burger King for $18 million. At the time, Burger King had 274 restaurants and 8,000 employees across the world, the company states on its website.1988: In 1988, Grand Metropolitan PLC acquired the Pillsbury Co., including Burger King, for $5.79 billion.1997: In 1997, Grand Metropolitan merged with Guinness to create Diageo PLC.2000: In 2000, Diageo announces that it planned to spin off Burger King, choosing to instead focus on spirits and liquor.2002: In 2002, Burger King sold to private equity firms Texas Pacific Group, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners for $1.5 billion.2006: In 2006, Burger King Holdings went public and listed its stock on the New York Stock Exchange.2010: On October 19, 2010, 3G Capital acquired Burger King Holdings, turning the restaurant chain into a privately held company again.2012: In April 2012, Burger King Worldwide Holdings Inc. and Justice Holdings Limited, a publicly listed British investment company, listed Burger King on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading began June 20, 2012, under the ticker NYSE:BKW. 3G Capital maintains about 70% of company ownership, according to the Burger King corporate website.2014: On Aug. 26, 2014, the home of the Whopper buys Tim Hortons and becomes the world’s third largest fast-food restaurant company with $23 billion in sales.
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Flight Diverted After Passengers Feud over Reclining Seat

Flight Diverted After Passengers Feud over Reclining Seat

iStock/Thinkstock(CHICAGO) — A $22 product designed to protect the most sacred of things when flying –- personal space -– led to an unscheduled landing in Chicago during a flight from Newark to Denver.Two passengers aboard the diverted United Airlines flight got into a heated argument Sunday after a male passenger used the product, the Knee Defender, to prevent the woman in the row in front from reclining her seat.The man, who was not identified, placed the Knee Defender’s brackets on his tray table attached to the back of the seat in front of him, 11B.The woman seated in 11B became angry when she couldn’t recline her seat and reportedly threw a cup of water in the man’s face.Both passengers were seated in United’s Economy Plus section, which gives you extra legroom for an extra fee.A United Airlines spokesperson confirmed to ABC News the flight was diverted due to the argument and that both passengers were removed from the plane and not allowed to reboard when the plane continued to Denver.Neither of the passengers was arrested, airport and law enforcement officials with knowledge of the incident confirmed to ABC News.The man who invented the Knee Defender, Ira Goldman, says that he created the device for exactly the opposite reason of what happened on the United flight.”Knee Defenders aren’t about getting more space,” Goldman told ABC News. “They’re about stopping something from moving and hitting you.””It starts the conversation before there’s a problem,” he said. “This has been on a market for 11 years next month. [It’s] never happened before.”
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Ebola-Stricken Countries Scramble to Build Treatment Centers

Ebola-Stricken Countries Scramble to Build Treatment Centers

Courtesy Dr. Richard Besser(MONROVIA, Liberia) — Aid groups in West Africa are scrambling to build treatment centers for the growing number of Ebola patients in the region.The latest construction in Kenema, Sierra Leone, will house patients currently flooding the city’s public hospital.
The Ebola outbreak continues to spread through Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, where at least 2,615 people have contracted the virus and 1,427 people have died, according to the World Health Organization.
Roughly 240 health care workers have been infected while working to curb the outbreak, according to WHO, 120 of whom have died.

Horror of #Ebola. As truck pulls out of treatment center w/ bodies of 10 who died, 3 new patients wait for to go in. pic.twitter.com/uWgi2usi1e— Richard Besser (@DrRichardBesser) August 26, 2014

Ebola is a contagious virus that spreads through contact with body fluids. The best way to prevent its spread is to isolate patients until they’re no longer showing symptoms such as fever, aches, diarrhea and vomiting.
But the unprecedented outbreak, that largest since the discovery of Ebola in 1976, has overwhelmed what little medical infrastructure existed before cases began to emerge in March 2014. Shuttered schools and buildings once reserved for cholera patients have been transformed into Ebola wards to keep up with the influx of patients.In Liberia, new treatment centers are quickly filling up with previously unidentified Ebola patients leading health officials there to suspect an uncounted and untreated “invisible caseload,” according to WHO.Meanwhile, the outbreak is depleting resources needed to address other medical problems, according to ABC News chief health and medical editor Dr. Richard Besser, who is reporting from Monrovia, Liberia.

Just visited 2 large #ebola treatment centers: JFK + Govt Ctr. Both are full- beyond capacity. Pts wait outside. pic.twitter.com/I5iByHnWnC— Richard Besser (@DrRichardBesser) August 26, 2014

“The number of women who give birth without a trained attendant, the number of children with malaria who go untreated, and the number of people who die from trauma because there is no hospital willing or able to take them is unknown,” Dr. Besser said.
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Emmy Winner Sarah Silverman Insists ‘I Wasn’t Stoned’

Emmy Winner Sarah Silverman Insists ‘I Wasn’t Stoned’

Mark Davis/NBC(LOS ANGELES) –  Sarah Silverman had a big night at the 2014 Emmy Awards.The actress, 43, looked stunning on the red carpet to start the night, but when Giuliana Rancic took a peek inside her purse, she found what looked like a smoking device.
“That is my pot,” she told Rancic, explaining it was a liquid form of marijuana.Silverman went on to win an Emmy during the award show for her HBO special Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles.In her speech, Silverman pronounced her love in the sweetest way during her acceptance speech, thanking “Mr. Fancy Pants Sheen,” her boyfriend Michael Sheen.Backstage at the Emmys, Silverman explained her speech — where she also said, “We’re just all made of molecules and we’re hurtling through space right now” — clarifying that her speech was in no way affected by any substance.”I wasn’t stoned. I had pot for later in my purse,” she said. “It’s legal and I don’t drink. I like to have a puff as a treat at appropriate times.”Marijuana is legal in California if you use it for medical purposes. Silverman did not clarify if she had the drug for that reason or if she was just using it for recreational purposes.
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Sofia Vergara Tells Critics of Emmys Pedestal Gag to ‘Lighten Up’

Sofia Vergara Tells Critics of Emmys Pedestal Gag to ‘Lighten Up’

Mark Davis/NBC(LOS ANGELES) — Sofia Vergara thinks people need to “lighten up.”The Modern Family actress was referring to critics who called her rotating pedestal gag at Monday night’s Emmy Awards sexist.During the 66th annual awards, Vergara stood on a slowly rotating pedestal, showing off her curves while the president of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Bruce Rosenblum, spoke.Vergara’s curves were supposed to be a funny distraction from the Academy president’s usual boring speech. Instead, the bit was slammed on Twitter and websites.Salon called it “a bizarre, objectifying Emmy moment,” while Jezebel fumed, “She was treated like a literal object.”The Colombian actress and model, 42, didn’t see the stunt as sexist or demeaning.”I think it’s absolutely the opposite,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “It means that somebody can be hot and also be funny and make fun of herself. I think it’s ridiculous that somebody started this — I know who she was — who has no sense of humor [and should] lighten up a little bit.”Vergara did not expound on who she believes started the criticism.The backlash certainly didn’t get in the way of her celebrating the fifth consecutive win for Modern Family for best comedy series. Vergara was later spotted at HBO’s after party, shaking her famous curves on the dance floor.
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HP Recalls 5 Million Laptop Power Cords

HP Recalls 5 Million Laptop Power Cords

Courtesy U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (NEW YORK) — Hewlett-Packard is recalling the power cords for more than 5 million laptops because they can overheat and potentially catch fire.The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the HP and Compaq notebook computers impacted by the recall were sold from 2010 to 2012. The power cords are black and have an LS-15 marking on the AC adapter end.There have been a few reports of the cords melting or charring, and two claims of minor burns.
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Why Kevin Spacey Showed Up to the Emmys Walking with a Cane

Why Kevin Spacey Showed Up to the Emmys Walking with a Cane

Jason Kempin/NBC(LOS ANGELES) — Everyone was caught off guard when House of Cards star Kevin Spacey showed up to the Emmys with a walking cane.But the cane wasn’t to look extra fancy. Spacey, 55, was suffering from a minor tennis injury.
“The cane wasn’t actually planned,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “Two days ago on the tennis court, I strained my hamstring in racing for a drop shot, which I got, by the way.”Even though the Emmy nominee was injured and didn’t win for Best Actor in a Drama Monday night, he said diving for that tennis shot was well worth it.”It was the winning point, so at least there’s that,” he added.In Spacey’s category, Bryan Cranston took home the Emmy for his role of Walter White in the final season of Breaking Bad.
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