Jul 16, 2015

'Empire,' 'Mad Men,' Letterman vie for Emmy nominations

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Six months after the Oscars featured an all-white cast of acting nominees, television's Emmy Awards is poised to show its big-screen Hollywood sibling how diversity is achieved. The likely contenders for Thursday's Emmy nominations include hit series "Empire" and "black-ish" and their wealth of critically acclaimed black actors, and "Jane the Virgin" and its standout...

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