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Topic - Scott May
Florida's Gov. Rick Scott may have jumped the gun a bit with his recent announcement that he supports Obamacare's expansions to Medicaid, after all. Just minutes after his announcement, lawmakers in the state were rallying in opposition.
His "Office" character Michael Scott may be utterly clueless, but Steve Carell knows a thing or two. And when it comes to his sixth shot at the best actor Emmy, Carell jokes that he's got this one in the bag.
British police say a man has died after a safety net gave way during a human cannonball performance at a "daredevil" stunt show in southern England.
Scott may make an exception but said the team would continue to take a cautious approach with Irving, who is averaging 23.3 points, 5.6 assists and 3.6 rebounds.