Euro 2016 Catch-Up: Highlights & fun as Wales win in style & England stumble on

Media playback is not supported on this device Catch up with all the goals, match highlights, fun moments and more from day 11 of the 2016 Uefa European Championship in France. WATCH MORE: More great Euro 2016 video content Let’s block ads! (Why?) BBC Sport – Football

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US Senate rejects terror list gun sale restrictions

The US Senate has rejected plans to tighten gun controls, including the restriction of weapons sales to people on terrorism watch lists. Four proposals were brought before the Senate after 49 people died in an attack on a gay nightclub in Florida. But Democratic and Republican senators voted along party lines, blocking each other’s bills.…

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'Game of Thrones': “Battle of the Bastards” Victim Revisits Filming His Death Scene

[Warning: This story contains spoilers for season six, episode nine of HBO’s Game of Thrones.] When people reflect on their lives, wondering if they should have zigged where they zagged, they probably don’t think about it in such literal terms. But the morning after “Battle of the Bastards,” fans are looking at Rickon Stark (Art…

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'Free State of Jones': Film Review

Matthew McConaughey stars as Newton Knight, the Mississippi farmer who led a rebellion against the Confederacy from the inside with the help of renegade slaves. A compelling and little-known story of the Civil War period is studiously reduced to a dry and cautious history lesson in Free State of Jones. As if afraid to offend…

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EU referendum: Soros warns of Brexit threat to pound and jobs

Legendary investor George Soros has warned of “serious consequences” for British jobs and finances if the country leaves the EU. Writing in the Guardian, he said sterling would “decline precipitously” if the Leave camp wins Thursday’s vote. He made a fortune betting against the pound on Black Wednesday in 1992, when Britain left the ERM,…

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Feinberg Forecast: Emmy Predictions (6/20/16)

Discovery FRONTRUNNERS Deadliest Catch (Discovery Channel)Alaska: The Last Frontier (Discovery Channel)Wahlburgers (A&E)Intervention (A&E)I Am Cait (E!)Million Dollar Listing New York (Bravo) MAJOR THREATS United States of America (CNN)Hoarders (A&E)The Last Alaskans (Discovery Channel)Killing Fields (Discovery)Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan (BBC America)Flipping Out (Bravo)Naked and Afraid (Discovery Channel)Somebody’s Gotta Do It (CNN)Born This Way (A&E) POSSIBILITIES Project…

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England reach last 16 with Slovakia draw – highlights & report

Media playback is not supported on this device England manager Roy Hodgson’s gamble of making wholesale changes backfired badly as they stumbled to a goalless draw against Slovakia in Saint-Etienne. Hodgson made six changes, including resting captain Wayne Rooney, from the win against Wales – but a limp performance means Chris Coleman’s side finish top…

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EU referendum: Cameron 'told migration target was impossible'

Civil servants told David Cameron in 2012 that it was “impossible” for the government to meet its flagship immigration pledge, the PM’s former director of strategy has claimed. Steve Hilton said Mr Cameron was told “explicitly and directly” that EU free movement rules meant net migration could not be reduced below 100,000. The target featured…

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CineEurope: 'Wonder Woman,' 'Skull Island,' 'The Accountant' Previewed by Warner Bros.

3:56 PM PDT 6/20/2016 by Alex Ritman Courtesy of Warner Bros. The all-star presentation started with DC, leaped to Lego and signed off with ‘Harry Potter.’ Unsurprisingly, Warner Bros. turned it up for the final presentation on the first day of CineEurope in Barcelona, bursting straight into its expanding DC universe with head of international…

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'Briton' in US 'wanted to shoot Trump'

A man who tried to grab a gun at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas at the weekend said he wanted to shoot the Republican candidate, court papers say. Michael Steven Sandford, 19, who is believed to be British, is expected to appear in a Nevada court shortly. According to the court papers, he…

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