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Mac & Cheese
Don't panic over the chemicals in your mac and cheese.
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 06:09
Consume this in normal quantities and you will be fine. (C) 2016 Jason Kolenda, Iceman/Thinkstock
The comforting packet of powder that turns boxed mac and cheese into a creamy delight has always seemed a little bit '... chemical. And now the New York Times is here to back up your suspicions: ''The Chemicals in Your Mac and Cheese,'' a headline blared Wednesday.
It's a specific type of chemical, phthalates, that has been ''detected'' in boxed mac and cheese. The story is largely a warning that these chemicals are possibly dangerous, particularly for pregnant women and children. Which, yikes'--kids really like that stuff, and so do pregnant women, probably. (Honestly, who doesn't like boxed mac and cheese?)
The story suggests you ought to try to limit your exposure'--and it ends with a list of recommendations for how to make your own mac and cheese, complete with New York Times recipes. But the story is incomplete at best and fearmongering at worst. It's a piece about toxicity, but there is one glaring omission: dosage, or an explanation of how much phthalate exposure is dangerous to human health.
Now a new study of 30 cheese products has detected phthalates in all but one of the samples tested, with the highest concentrations found in the highly processed cheese powder in boxed mac and cheese mixes.
''The phthalate concentrations in powder from mac and cheese mixes were more than four times higher than in block cheese and other natural cheeses like shredded cheese, string cheese and cottage cheese,'' said Mike Belliveau, executive director of the Environmental Health Strategy Center, one of four advocacy groups that funded the report. Others were the Ecology Center, Healthy Babies Bright Futures and Safer States.
Detecting phthalates in all but one of the samples is one thing. Far more important is how much of the substance the researchers found. (Toxicologists have a saying: The dose makes the poison.) And what matters still more is how the amount found in the cheese powder compares to the amount that can actually harm you.
It's a piece about toxicity, but there is one glaring omission: dosage.
The new study that ''detected phthalates'' in boxed mac and cheese is not clear on either point. It's worth noting that this study was published not in an academic journal but on an advocacy site called kleanupkraft.org. (It seems to be the joint effort of many advocacy groups, which together make up the Coalition for Safer Food Processing and Packaging, but no scientist is listed as the author.) I'm not saying that all information has to be published in a peer-reviewed journal to be valid, but the basic standards that apply to scientific publishing would have helped provide answers to critical questions that are left hanging.
Part of the problem is that there is no accepted threshold for how many phthalates you need to consume for them to harm you. I talked to Sheela Sathyanarayana, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington in Seattle and Seattle Children's Hospital, and she confirmed that it's difficult to say. (I also reached out to toxicologists on this question, but I didn't hear back. I'll update if I get a clear answer.) ''There's really no dose that we know that will lead to significant health effects,'' she said. She noted that she had not run the numbers herself yet, but said that you'd probably need to eat multiple boxes a day to start seeing clear negative health effects.
That's not to say phthalates aren't dangerous. A body of evidencesuggests that in high concentrations, they can disrupt the production of testosterone, and there are also links between the chemicals' presence and other neurological and behavioral problems. But does boxed mac and cheese offer a uniquely high and risky exposure to these chemicals? The New York Times story doesn't make that clear. The closest it comes to specificity on this point is to say the groups ''found high levels in all of them,'' though it does not specify how it decided that the levels are ''high.''
How do phthalates end up in mac and cheese anyway? They're not an ingredient in the powder'--they're in the packaging that carries the product and the machines that make it. That means that trace amounts can end up in the products produced. For what it's worth, normal, non-powdered cheese also contains trace amounts of phthalates, because it comes into contact with plastic. Phthalates are very common'--they are used in cosmetics, skin creams, pesticides, lubricants, fragrances, pharmaceutical products, etc., according to a 2002 report from the Food and Drug Administration. That report continues:
Unlike some chemicals, like dioxin, lead, or mercury, that tend to persist and build up in various tissues, phthalates are generally not persistent, though under some circumstances, phthalates do tend to accumulate in certain organs. But because exposures are so frequent and common, some level or body burden of the phthalate family of chemicals can regularly be detected.
I reached out to the FDA for comment, but the response from press officer Megan McSeveney didn't directly address boxed mac and cheese. She wrote:
The substances in food contact materials may migrate at low levels when the materials come into contact with food. The FDA regulates all substances in food contact materials that are reasonably expected to migrate into food based on their intended use. This includes the use of some phthalates in food packaging. There must be sufficient scientific information to demonstrate that the use of a substance in food contact materials is safe under the intended conditions of use before it is authorized for those uses.
For food contact substances, which includes substances used in packaging, the FDA's safety evaluations generally focus on dietary exposure to the food contact substance, as well as available toxicity information on the substance, in order to determine if the exposure from the intended use is safe.
The FDA does not stop evaluating available information on a food additive once it is approved for use. The FDA continues to examine data on these compounds as it becomes available.
This basically boils down to the same conclusion the ''study'' came to: ''CONCLUSION: Further research is needed on the phthalate levels in food and further action should be taken to eliminate phthalates in any food products.''
Of course we should know what chemicals we consume in our food. We should figure out whether they are dangerous and harmful. We should keep a close eye on government agencies and regulations to make sure they are adequately protecting us.
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So, assuming a not pregnant woman or a child, how many boxes a day can one eat? Is five too many? Asking for a friend. More...
What we should not do is turn preliminary research into news stories that scare people'--particularly pregnant women, who have plenty to worry about. The story was the top-read New York Times story when I came across it Thursday evening. It reached me via a friend who is currently pregnant and was suddenly worried about her mac and cheese habit.
Sathyanarayana, who told me she spends a lot of time talking to pregnant women, assured me that people shouldn't panic. The actionable advice here is still the same'--pregnant women should be sure to eat a balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables, and isn't reliant on processed food. But as long as you're keeping your mac and cheese intake below multiple boxes a day, there's no need to be overly alarmed.
Chronic exposure to benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) alters social interaction and fear conditioning in male adult rats: alterations in amygdalar MeCP2, ... - PubMed - NCBI
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 05:35
Betz A, et al. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2013.
AbstractOBJECTIVES: Benzyl Butyl Phthalate (BBP) is an industrial plasticizer that has an unknown action in the central nervous system. Phthalates have recently been associated with behavioral actions that are linked to their endocrine disrupting properties. The purpose of this study was to investigate the behavioral and molecular effects of BBP treatment in male rats.
DESIGN: Male rats were chronically exposed to BBP in the drinking water (5.0 ppm and 10.0 ppm) throughout adolescence and into the adult phase of life. Their behavior was then assessed in a learning and memory task (fear conditioning), open field exploration and a test of sociability.
RESULTS: BBP treated rats showed decreased freezing in fear conditioning, no changes in open field exploration, and increased aberrant social behavior. Rats were sacrificed at post natal day 140 and blood and brains were harvested and processed. We found increased hormonally active estrogen, 17-β estradiol, in the serum of BBP treated rats. BBP treatment also induced changes in amygdalar proteins related to synaptic plasticity including decreased MeCP2 levels that correlated with tests of sociability with no changes in stress related proteins such as nuclear factor kappa B (NFkB). We also found alterations in physiological responses as measured by body weight without changes in food consumption suggesting disruption of metabolism and body homeostasis.
CONCLUSIONS: We suggest that BBP administration disrupts normal learning and social behavior, and that these effects could be related to alterations of amygdala function.
PMID 23922038 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Agenda 2030
Carbon dioxide must be removed from the atmosphere to avoid extreme climate change, say scientists | The Independent
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 03:36
Humans must start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as soon as possible to avoid saddling future generations with a choice between extreme climate change or spending hundreds of trillions of dollars to avoid it, according to new research.
An international team of researchers '' led by Professor Jim Hansen, Nasa's former climate science chief '' said their conclusion that the world had already overshot targets to limit global warming to within acceptable levels was ''sufficiently grim'' to force them to urge ''rapid emission reductions''.
But they warned this would not be enough and efforts would need to be made to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by about 12.5 per cent.
This, the scientists argued, could be mostly achieved by agricultural measures such as planting trees and improving soil fertility, a relatively low-cost way to remove carbon from the air.
Other more expensive methods, such as burning biomass in power plants fitted with carbon-capture-and-storage or devices that can remove carbon from the air directly, might also be necessary and would become increasingly needed if steps were not taken soon.
An academic paper in the journal Earth System Dynamics estimated such industrial processes could cost up to $535 trillion this century and ''also have large risks and uncertain feasibility''.
''Continued high fossil fuel emissions unarguably sentences young people to either a massive, implausible clean-up or growing deleterious climate impacts or both,'' said the paper.
''We conclude that the world has already overshot appropriate targets for greenhouse gas amount and global temperature, and we thus infer an urgent need for rapid phasedown of fossil fuel emissions [and] actions that draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide.
''These tasks are formidable and '... they are not being pursued globally.''
Cuts to emissions of greenhouse gases such as methane, nitrous oxide and ozone would also be required.
The study is to be used as part of a ground-breaking lawsuit brought against the US Government by 21 children in which the plaintiffs claim their constitutional right to have a health climate in which to live in is being violated by federal policies.
If the case succeeds, environmentalists believe it could force the Trump administration to reduce greenhouse gases and take other measures to prevent global warming.
The paper pointed out that the last time temperatures were this high, during the Eemian period, global sea levels were about six to nine metres higher than they are today, suggesting significant rises are still to occur.
The paper said that the Paris Agreement, the tumbling price of renewable energy and the recent slowdown in the increase of fossil fuel emissions had led to a sense of optimism around the world.
But, speaking to The Independent, Professor Hansen said he believed this optimism was misplaced.
''The narrative that's out there now '... is that we've turned the corner,'' he said.
''On the contrary, what we show is the rate of growth of climate forcing caused by increased methane [and other gases] is actually accelerating. That's why it's urgent.''
Asked to assess the world's current progress in fighting climate change, he said the ''s*** is hitting the fan''.
Professor Hansen, now a scientist at the Columbia University Earth Institute in the US, said he believed the court case had a chance of winning.
A court would not be able to tell the Government what to do, he admitted, but would be able to say that failing to deal with the problem was unconstitutional and require politicians to produce an effective plan.
The paper said the need for ''prompt action implied by these realities [of climate change] may not be a surprise to the relevant scientific community'' because of the available evidence.
''However, effective communication with the public of the urgency to stem human-caused climate change is hampered by the inertia of the climate system, especially the ocean and the ice sheets, which respond rather slowly to climate forcings, thus allowing future consequences to build up before broad public concern awakens,'' it said.
''All amplifying feedbacks, including atmospheric water vapor, sea ice cover, soil carbon release and ice sheet melt could be reduced by rapid emissions phasedown.
''This would reduce the risk of climate change running out of humanity's control and provide time to assess the climate response, develop relevant technologies, and consider further purposeful actions to limit and/or adapt to climate change.''
It warned that sea level rise of up to a metre ''may be inevitable even if emissions decline'' and would have ''dire consequences''.
Sea level rise of several metres would result in ''humanitarian and economic disasters''.
''Given the increasing proportion of global population living in coastal areas, there is potential for forced migrations of hundreds of millions of people, dwarfing prior refugee humanitarian crises, challenging global governance and security,'' the paper said.
About 65 per cent of the power produced by the massive Drax power plant in North Yorkshire comes from burning biomass, making it the largest single renewable electricity generator in the UK, although some dispute how green the process is.
If it was to be fitted with carbon-capture-and-storage (CCS), it would create the type of negative emissions system envisaged in the paper. Drax was involved in the White Rose project to build a £1bn CCS plant but pulled out after cuts to renewable energy subsidies by the Government.
It insisted that biomass with CCS could make a major difference to the fight against climate change.
A Drax spokesperson said: ''We are confident the technology we developed as part of the White Rose project has real potential in terms of delivering dramatic reductions to carbon emissions produced by power stations and heavy industry.
''However, the current regulatory environment means any such project isn't viable at the present time. We are also awaiting the Government's response to Lord Oxburgh's review into CCS.''
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Climate change may make it too hot to fly, study says - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 18:57
A spike in summer temperatures in Phoenix last month forced American Airlines to cancel dozens of flights because some planes used by the carrier's regional airline could not operate in such extreme heat.
Airlines can expect to face such problems more often because of extreme temperatures caused by global climate change, according to a study from Columbia University.
The study, which appeared Thursday in the journal Climatic Change, estimated that 10% to 30% of fully loaded planes may have to remove fuel, cargo or passengers to fly during the hottest parts of the day or wait for temperatures to drop.
As temperatures rise, air becomes less dense, which means that aircraft wings generate less lift as a plane gains speed along a runway, experts say.
The study said average global temperatures have increased nearly 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit since about 1980 and will rise by as much as 5.4 degrees by 2100. Heat waves will become more prevalent, causing more problems for airlines, according to the study by Columbia University doctoral student Ethan Coffel and climatologist Radley Horton.
American Airlines canceled 60 flights from June 19 through June 21 when temperatures at Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport rose as high as 119 degrees. The planes, Bombardier CRJ aircraft operated by regional carriers working with American Airlines, are designed to operate at temperatures no higher than 117.8 degrees.
American Airlines said it rebooked the passengers from the canceled flights without charging any extra fees. The Fort Worth-based carrier also contacted passengers on flights scheduled to take off during the hottest times of the day to warn them about the likelihood of cancellations.
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Bill Nye Gets Emmy Nod For Transgenders | The Daily Caller
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 05:48
Comedian Bill Nye received an Emmy Award nomination Thursday for his Netflix show's ''Sexual Spectrum'' episode.
The Television Academy Awards nominated writers on ''Bill Nye Saves The World'' for a musical number suggesting that sexuality exists on a spectrum. The episode raised concern from conservatives and YouTube denizens alike, many of whom mocked the show for awkwardly associating social sciences with physical sciences.
''It's been a record-breaking year for television, continuing its explosive growth,'' Television Academy Chairman Hayma Washington said in a press statement announcing this year's Emmy nominations. ''We are thrilled to once again honor the very best that television has to offer.''
The nominated episode features the music video, ''My Sex Junk,'' which was published on YouTube and aired in April on Netflix, features actress Rachel Bloom singing a song about transgenders, gay sex and how sexuality is a fluid concept. Bloom's song appears to lament the fact that humans are relegated to living lives as male or females.
''Sexuality's a spectrum, everyone is on it. Even you might like it if you sit up on it,'' Bloom sings on stage as Nye can be seen off-stage dancing. ''Drag king, drag queen just do what feels right.''
The Netflix show purports to look at various social problems through a more scientific perspective, according to the International Movie Database, but one of the show's most recent episodes promoted transgenderism and other social science concepts. Nye has an engineering degree but is not a scientist.
Critics criticized the show's other episodes, namely one in which Nye can be seen asking an academic during a panel discussion if it would be a good idea to have the government penalize having ''extra kids.''
''Should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?'' Nye asked Travis Rieder, an academic for Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University.
''I do think we should at least consider it,'' said Rieder, who believes that limiting the size of families is paramount to fighting global warming.
''Well, 'at least consider it' is like, 'do it,''' Nye replied.
Final-round online voting for the winner begins Aug. 14.
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Emmy Nominations
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 05:48
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2017 EMMY® AWARDS NOMINATIONS FOR PROGRAMS AIRING JUNE 1, 2016 '' MAY 31, 2017 Los Angeles, CA, July 13, 2017'' Nominations for the 69th Emmy® Awards were announced today by the Television Academy in a ceremony hosted by Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington along with Anna Chlumsky from the HBO series Veep and Shemar Moore from CBS' S.W.A.T. "It's been a record-breaking year for television, continuing its explosive growth,'' said Washington. ''The Emmy Awards competition experienced a 15 percent increase in submissions for this year's initial nomination round of online voting. The creativity and excellence in presenting great storytelling and characters across a multitude of ever-expanding entertainment platforms is staggering. ''This sweeping array of television shows ranges from familiar favorites like black-ish and House of Cards to nominations newcomers like Westworld, This Is Us and Atlanta. The power of television and its talented performers '' in front of and behind the camera '' enthrall a worldwide audience. We are thrilled to once again honor the very best that television has to offer.'' This year's seven Drama Series nominees include five first-timers distributed across broadcast, cable and digital platforms: Better Call Saul, The Crown, The Handmaid's Tale, House of Cards, Stranger Things, This Is Us and Westworld. Nominations were also spread over distribution platforms in the Outstanding Comedy Series category, with newcomer Atlanta joined by the acclaimed black-ish, Master of None, Modern Family, Silicon Valley, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Veep. Saturday Night Live and Westworld led the tally for the most nominations (22) in all categories, followed by Stranger Things and FEUD: Bette and Joan (18) and Veep (17). Leading the nominations in totals by platform were HBO (110), Netflix (91) and NBC (60).
First-time Emmy nominee Milo Ventimiglia was joined in the Lead Actor in a Drama Series category by Sterling K. Brown, Anthony Hopkins, Bob Odenkirk, Matthew Rhys, Liev Schreiber and Kevin Spacey. Other notable nominations included Lead Actress in a Drama in which first-time nominee Claire Foy joins nominees Viola Davis, Elisabeth Moss, Keri Russell, Evan Rachel Wood and Robin Wright. Lead Actor in a Comedy Series included first-time nominee Donald Glover, new nominee in this category, Zach Galifianakis, joining Anthony Anderson, and Emmy winners Aziz Ansari, William H. Macy and Jeffrey Tambor. Counterpart nominees in the Lead Actress in a Comedy were Pamela Adlon, Jane Fonda, Allison Janney, Ellie Kemper, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tracee Ellis Ross and Lily Tomlin. Multiple nominees included Aziz Ansari, Riz Ahmed, Ty Burrell, Alec Baldwin, Ann Dowd, Donald Glover, Ewan McGregor, Matthew Rhys and Liev Schreiber. Five-time Emmy winner John Lithgow received his 12th nomination, three-time Emmy winner Jessica Lange received another nomination for FEUD: Bette and Joan, while first-time Emmy nominees in the Limited Series or Movie categories included Robert De Niro, Carrie Coon and Reese Witherspoon. Final-round online voting begins August 14. The complete list of Emmy nominations, media credential applications, and other Academy news are all available at Emmys.com. The 69th Emmy Awards will telecast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Sunday, September 17 (8:00-11:00 PM ET/5:00-8:00 PM PT) on CBS. Stephen Colbert will serve as host. The 69th Emmy Awards is produced by White Cherry Entertainment. Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner are executive producers; Weiss is director; and Chris Licht, executive producer of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, is a producer. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards will air Saturday, September 16 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on FXX. # # # Press Contacts: breakwhitelight for the Television Academy: Jim Yeager 818 264-6812 jim@breakwhitelight.com Stephanie Goodell 818-462-1150 stephanie@breakwhitelight.com
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Portlandia Portlandia ' Fred's Cell Phone Company ' Fred's Cell Phone Company ' IFC ' Broadway Video' IFC ' Broadway VideoSchuyler Telleen, Production DesignerKatherine Isom, Set DecoratorSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoEugene Lee, Production DesignerAkira Yoshimura, Production DesignerKeith Ian Raywood, Production DesignerN. Joseph DeTullio, Production DesignerThe Voice The Voice ' Live Finale, Part 1 ' Live Finale, Part 1 ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionAnton Goss, Production DesignerJames Pearse Connelly, Production DesignerZeya Maurer, Art DirectorBrittany MacWhorter, Art DirectorStephanie Hines, Set DecoratorOutstanding Production Design For A Variety, Nonfiction, Event Or AwardOutstanding Production Design For A Variety, Nonfiction, Event Or AwardSpecialSpecialFull Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner ' TBS ' JAX Media' TBS ' JAX MediaJohn Yeck, Production Designer74th Annual Golden Globes 74th Annual Golden Globes ' NBC ' dick clark productions, inc. in association with The Hollywood Foreign Press' NBC ' dick clark productions, inc. in association with The Hollywood Foreign PressAssociationAssociationBrian Stonestreet, Production DesignerJohn Zuiker, Art DirectorHairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentDerek McLane, Production DesignerJoe Celli, Art DirectorJason Howard, Set DecoratorThe Oscars The Oscars ' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesDerek McLane, Production DesignerAlana Billingsley, Art DirectorSuper Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga ' FOX ' NFL Network' FOX ' NFL NetworkBruce Rodgers, Production DesignerLeRoy Bennett, Production DesignerShelley Rodgers, Art DirectorLindsey Breslauer, Art DirectorOutstanding Casting For A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Casting For A Comedy SeriesAtlanta Atlanta ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX ProductionsAlexa L. Fogel, CSA, Casting byTara Feldstein Bennett, CSA, Location Casting Chase Paris, CSA, Location Casting Master Of None Master Of None ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 Arts' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 ArtsEntertainmentEntertainmentCody Beke, Casting byTeresa Razzauti, Location Casting Silicon Valley Silicon Valley ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts Entertainment' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts EntertainmentPage 4
Silicon Valley Silicon Valley ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts Entertainment' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts EntertainmentJeanne McCarthy, CSA, Casting byNicole Abellera Hallman, CSA, Casting byLeslie Woo, CSA, Casting byTransparent Transparent ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosEyde Belasco, CSA, Casting byVeep Veep ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentDorian Frankel, CSA, Casting bySibby Kirchgessner, CSA, Casting byOutstanding Casting For A Drama SeriesOutstanding Casting For A Drama SeriesThe Crown The Crown ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionNina Gold, CSA, Casting byRobert Sterne, CSA, Casting byThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsRussell Scott, CSA, Casting bySharon Bialy, CSA, Casting bySherry Thomas, CSA, Casting byStranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsCarmen Cuba, CSA, Casting byTara Feldstein Bennett, CSA, Location CastingChase Paris, CSA, Location CastingThis Is Us This Is Us ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionBernard Telsey, CSA, Casting byTiffany Little Canfield, CSA, Casting byWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionJohn Papsidera, CSA, Casting byOutstanding Casting For A Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialOutstanding Casting For A Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsDavid Rubin, CSA, Casting byFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsRachel Tenner, CSA, Casting byJackie Lind, CSA, Location CastingStephanie Goran, CSA, Location CastingFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosRobert J. Ulrich, CSA, Casting byEric Dawson, CSA, Casting byThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesAvy Kaufman, CSA, Casting bySabrina Hyman, CSA, Casting byThe Wizard Of Lies The Wizard Of Lies ' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana Productions' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana ProductionsEllen Chenoweth, CSA, Casting byPage 5
Outstanding Casting For A Reality ProgramOutstanding Casting For A Reality ProgramBorn This Way Born This Way ' A&E ' Bunim/Murray Productions' A&E ' Bunim/Murray ProductionsSasha Alpert, CSA, Casting byMegan Sleeper, Casting byProject Runway Project Runway ' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and Heidi' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and HeidiKlum CompanyKlum CompanySasha Alpert, CSA, Casting byAlissa Haight Carlton, Casting byJen DeMartino, Casting byRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsDoron Ofir, Casting bySurvivor Survivor ' CBS ' MGM Television' CBS ' MGM TelevisionLynne Spiegel Spillman, Casting byThe Voice The Voice ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionMichelle McNulty, Casting byHolly Dale, Casting byCourtney Burns, Casting byOutstanding ChoreographyOutstanding ChoreographyDancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' Routine: Kairos ' Routine: Kairos ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsDerek Hough, ChoreographerDancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' Routines: On Top Of The World & Carol Of The Bells ' Routines: On Top Of The World & Carol Of The Bells ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsMandy Moore, ChoreographerThe Real O'Neals The Real O'Neals ' Routines: Born This Way & West Side Story & Boyfriend ' Routines: Born This Way & West Side Story & Boyfriend ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosFred Tallaksen, ChoreographerSo You Think You Can Dance So You Think You Can Dance ' Routines: The Mirror & Send In The Clowns & She Used To Be Mine ' Routines: The Mirror & Send In The Clowns & She Used To Be Mine ' FOX ' dick clark' FOX ' dick clarkproductions, inc. and 19 Entertainmentproductions, inc. and 19 EntertainmentTravis Wall, ChoreographerSo You Think You Can Dance So You Think You Can Dance ' Routines: Unsteady & This Is Not The End ' Routines: Unsteady & This Is Not The End ' FOX ' dick clark productions, inc. and 19' FOX ' dick clark productions, inc. and 19EntertainmentEntertainmentMandy Moore, ChoreographerOutstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera SeriesOutstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera SeriesK.C. Undercover K.C. Undercover ' The Legend Of Bad, Bad Cleo Brown ' The Legend Of Bad, Bad Cleo Brown ' Disney Channel ' Rob Lotterstein Productions / It's A Laugh' Disney Channel ' Rob Lotterstein Productions / It's A LaughProductionsProductionsJoseph Wilmond Calloway, Director of PhotographyThe Ranch The Ranch ' Easy Come, Easy Go ' Easy Come, Easy Go ' Netflix ' Ranch Hand Productions' Netflix ' Ranch Hand ProductionsDonald A. Morgan, ASC, Director of PhotographySuperior Donuts Superior Donuts ' Crime Time ' Crime Time ' CBS ' CBS Television Studios' CBS ' CBS Television StudiosGary Baum, Director of Photography2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls ' And The Planes, Fingers And Automobiles ' And The Planes, Fingers And Automobiles ' CBS ' Bonanza Productions, Inc. in association with MPK' CBS ' Bonanza Productions, Inc. in association with MPKPage 6
2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls ' And The Planes, Fingers And Automobiles ' And The Planes, Fingers And Automobiles ' CBS ' Bonanza Productions, Inc. in association with MPK' CBS ' Bonanza Productions, Inc. in association with MPKProductions and Warner Bros. TelevisionProductions and Warner Bros. TelevisionChristian La Fountaine, ASC, Director of PhotographyOutstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)Ballers Ballers ' Game Day ' Game Day ' HBO ' Closest to the Hole Productions, Film 44, Leverage Management, Seven Bucks Productions' HBO ' Closest to the Hole Productions, Film 44, Leverage Management, Seven Bucks ProductionsRodney Taylor, ASC, Director of PhotographyDivorce Divorce ' Pilot ' Pilot ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Pretty Matches, Merman, Kapital Entertainment and 343' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Pretty Matches, Merman, Kapital Entertainment and 343IncorporatedIncorporatedReed Morano, ASC, Director of PhotographyMozart In The Jungle Mozart In The Jungle ' Now I Will Sing ' Now I Will Sing ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosTobias Datum, Director of PhotographySilicon Valley Silicon Valley ' Success Failure ' Success Failure ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 ArtsEntertainmentEntertainmentTim Suhrstedt, ASC, Director of PhotographyTransparent Transparent ' If I Were A Bell ' If I Were A Bell ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosJim Frohna, Director of PhotographyVeep Veep ' Qatar ' Qatar ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentDavid Miller, ASC, Director of PhotographyOutstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour)The Crown The Crown ' Smoke And Mirrors ' Smoke And Mirrors ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionAdriano Goldman, ACS, Director of PhotographyThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Offred (Pilot) ' Offred (Pilot) ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel WilsonProductionsProductionsColin Watkinson, Director of PhotographyThe Man In The High Castle The Man In The High Castle ' Fallout ' Fallout ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosJames Hawkinson, Director of PhotographyMr. Robot Mr. Robot ' eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc + eps2.0_unm4sk-pt2.tc ' eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc + eps2.0_unm4sk-pt2.tc ' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous Content' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous ContentTod Campbell, Director of PhotographySense8 Sense8 ' Obligate Mutualisms ' Obligate Mutualisms ' Netflix ' Unpronounceable Productions' Netflix ' Unpronounceable ProductionsJohn Toll, ASC, Director of PhotographyStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsTim Ives, Director of PhotographyWestworld Westworld ' The Original ' The Original ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionPaul Cameron, ASC, Director of PhotographyOutstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series Or MovieBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Page 7
Big Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Pacific Standard and Blossom FilmsPacific Standard and Blossom FilmsYves B(C)langer, CSC, Director of PhotographyBlack Mirror: Nosedive Black Mirror: Nosedive ' Netflix ' House of Tomorrow' Netflix ' House of TomorrowSeamus McGarvey, ASC, Director of PhotographyFargo Fargo ' The Law Of Vacant Places ' The Law Of Vacant Places ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsDana Gonzales, ASC, Director of PhotographyThe Night Of The Night Of ' Ordinary Death ' Ordinary Death ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesFred Elmes, ASC, Director of PhotographyThe Young Pope The Young Pope ' Episode 1 ' Episode 1 ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment, SKY, Canal+ in association with Wildside, Haut et Court TV and' HBO ' HBO Entertainment, SKY, Canal+ in association with Wildside, Haut et Court TV andMediaproMediaproLuca Bigazzi, Director of PhotographyOutstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction ProgramOutstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction ProgramAnthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown ' Rome ' Rome ' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.Todd Liebler, Director of PhotographyZach Zamboni, Director of PhotographyChef's Table Chef's Table ' Virgilio Martinez ' Virgilio Martinez ' Netflix ' House of Tomorrow' Netflix ' House of TomorrowWill Basanta, Director of PhotographyO.J.: Made In America O.J.: Made In America ' Part 4 ' Part 4 ' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow Films' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow FilmsNick Higgins, Director of PhotographyPlanet Earth II Planet Earth II ' Cities ' Cities ' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC America' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC AmericaCinematography Team [Contributors: John Aitchison, Rob Whitworth, Kevin Flay, Mark MacEwen, Gordon Buchanan, Gavin Thurston, Mateo Willis, MichaelKelem, Mark Smith, Sandesh Kadur]Planet Earth II Planet Earth II ' Islands ' Islands ' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBCAmericaAmericaCinematography Team [Contributors: Mark MacEwen, Max Hug Williams, Jonathan Jones, Mateo Willis, Richard Wollocombe, Pete McCowen, Warwick Sloss,Paul Stewart, Derek Frankowski, John Shier, Tom Fitz]13th 13th ' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo Films' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo FilmsHans Charles, Director of PhotographyKira Kelly, Director of PhotographyOutstanding Cinematography For A Reality ProgramOutstanding Cinematography For A Reality ProgramThe Amazing Race The Amazing Race ' Bucket List Type Stuff ' Bucket List Type Stuff ' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.Peter Rieveschl, Director of PhotographyAlan Weeks, CinematographerPetr Cikhart, CinematographerRyan O'Donnell, CinematographerJoshua Gitersonke, CinematographerBorn This Way Born This Way ' Rough Waters ' Rough Waters ' A&E ' Bunim/Murray Productions' A&E ' Bunim/Murray ProductionsBruce Ready, Director of PhotographyDeadliest Catch Deadliest Catch ' Uncharted Territory ' Uncharted Territory ' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLC' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLCPage 8
Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch ' Uncharted Territory ' Uncharted Territory ' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLC' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLCDavid Reichert, Director of PhotographyDave Arnold, Director of PhotographyKelvon Agee, Director of PhotographyJosh Thomas, Director of PhotographyTodd Stanley, Director of PhotographyLife Below Zero Life Below Zero ' Loaded ' Loaded ' National Geographic ' Adjacent Productions' National Geographic ' Adjacent ProductionsMike Cheeseman, Director of PhotographyJohn Griber, Director of PhotographySimeon Houtman, Director of PhotographyTerry Pratt, Director of PhotographyDanny Day, CameraBen Mullin, CameraSurvivor Survivor ' The Stakes Have Been Raised ' The Stakes Have Been Raised ' CBS ' MGM Television' CBS ' MGM TelevisionCinematography Team [Contributors: Marc Bennett, James Boon, Paulo Castillo, Rodney Chauvin, Luke Cormack, Lee Doig, Russ Fill, Ben Gamble, KevinGarrison, Ryan Goddard, Derek Hoffmann, Matthais Hoffmann, Toby Hogan, Efrain "Mofi" Laguna, Ian Miller, Jo Oosthuizen, PaulPeddinghaus, Thomas Pretorius, Jeff Phillips, Louis Powell, Dirk Steyn, Peter Wery, Nico Nyoni, Erick Sarimento, David Arnold, MarkHryma, Scott Duncan]Outstanding CommercialOutstanding CommercialCalling JohnMalkovich.com - SquarespaceCalling JohnMalkovich.com - SquarespaceJohn X Hannes, Ad AgencySmuggler, Production CompanyLove Cam - Ad Council: Love Has No LabelsLove Cam - Ad Council: Love Has No LabelsR/GA, Ad AgencyTool of North America, Production CompanyWe Are America - Ad Council: Love Has No LabelsWe Are America - Ad Council: Love Has No LabelsR/GA, Ad AgencyMJZ, Production CompanyWhy I March - Women's March On WashingtonWhy I March - Women's March On WashingtonMcGarry Bowen, Ad AgencyHungry Man Productions, Production CompanyYear In Search 2016 - GoogleYear In Search 2016 - Google72 and Sunny, Ad AgencyHecho en 72, Production CompanyOutstanding Period/Fantasy Costumes For A Series, Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Period/Fantasy Costumes For A Series, Limited Series Or MovieThe Crown The Crown ' Wolferton Splash ' Wolferton Splash ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionMichele Clapton, Costume DesignerAlex Fordham, Assistant Costume DesignerEmma O'Loughlin, Assistant Costume DesignerKate O'Farrell, Costume SupervisorFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' And The Winner Is'... (The Oscars Of 1963) ' And The Winner Is'... (The Oscars Of 1963) ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosLou Eyrich, Costume DesignerHannah Jacobs, Assistant Costume DesignerKatie Saunders, Costume SupervisorGenius Genius ' Einstein: Chapter Seven ' Einstein: Chapter Seven ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosPage 9
Genius Genius ' Einstein: Chapter Seven ' Einstein: Chapter Seven ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosSonu Mishra, Costume DesignerMartina Hejlov, Assistant Costume DesignerPetia Krckova, Costume SupervisorThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Offred (Pilot) ' Offred (Pilot) ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel WilsonProductionsProductionsAne Crabtree, Costume DesignerSheena Wichary, Costume SupervisorWestworld Westworld ' The Original ' The Original ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionTrish Summerville, Costume DesignerLynda Foote, Costume SupervisorJo Kissack Folsom, Assistant Costume DesignerOutstanding Contemporary Costumes For A Series, Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Contemporary Costumes For A Series, Limited Series Or MovieBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Pacific Standard and Blossom FilmsPacific Standard and Blossom FilmsAlix Friedberg, Costume DesignerRisa Garcia, Assistant Costume DesignerPatricia McLaughlin, Costume SupervisorEmpire Empire ' Light In Darkness ' Light In Darkness ' FOX ' Imagine Television' FOX ' Imagine TelevisionPaolo Nieddu, Costume DesignerJennifer Salim, Assistant Costume DesignerMary Lane, Costume SupervisorGrace And Frankie Grace And Frankie ' The Art Show ' The Art Show ' Netflix ' Skydance Productions' Netflix ' Skydance ProductionsAllyson B. Fanger, Costume DesignerHeather Pain, Assistant Costume DesignerLori DeLapp, Costume SupervisorThis Is Us This Is Us ' Moonshadow ' Moonshadow ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionHala Bahmet, Costume DesignerMarina Ray, Assistant Costume DesignerElinor Bardach, Costume SupervisorTransparent Transparent ' To Sardines And Back ' To Sardines And Back ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosMarie Schley, Costume DesignerHannah Schneider, Assistant Costume DesignerLeslie Herman, Costume SupervisorOutstanding Costumes For Variety, Nonfiction Or Reality ProgrammingOutstanding Costumes For Variety, Nonfiction Or Reality ProgrammingDancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' Halloween Night ' Halloween Night ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsDaniela Gschwendtner, Costume DesignerSteven Norman Lee, Costume DesignerPolina Roytman, Assistant Costume DesignerKarina Torrico, Assistant Costume DesignerHoward Sussman, Costume SupervisorHairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentMary Vogt, Costume DesignerCarolyn Dessert-Lauterio, Costume SupervisorPortlandia Portlandia ' Carrie Dates A Hunk ' Carrie Dates A Hunk ' IFC ' Broadway Video' IFC ' Broadway VideoPage 10
Portlandia Portlandia ' Carrie Dates A Hunk ' Carrie Dates A Hunk ' IFC ' Broadway Video' IFC ' Broadway VideoAmanda Needham, Costume DesignerJayme Hansen, Assistant Costume DesignerJordan Hamilton, Costume SupervisorRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsZaldy Goco, Costume Designer (RuPaul)Perry Meek, Costume Designer (Lady Gaga)Saturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Emily Blunt ' Host: Emily Blunt ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoTom Broecker, Costume DesignerEric Justian, Costume DesignerOutstanding Directing For A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Directing For A Comedy SeriesAtlanta Atlanta ' B.A.N. ' B.A.N. ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX ProductionsDonald Glover, Directed bySilicon Valley Silicon Valley ' Intellectual Property ' Intellectual Property ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3Arts EntertainmentArts EntertainmentJamie Babbit, Directed bySilicon Valley Silicon Valley ' Server Error ' Server Error ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 ArtsEntertainmentEntertainmentMike Judge, Directed byVeep Veep ' Blurb ' Blurb ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentMorgan Sackett, Directed byVeep Veep ' Groundbreaking ' Groundbreaking ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentDavid Mandel, Directed byVeep Veep ' Justice ' Justice ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentDale Stern, Directed byOutstanding Directing For A Drama SeriesOutstanding Directing For A Drama SeriesBetter Call Saul Better Call Saul ' Witness ' Witness ' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via ProductionsVince Gilligan, Directed byThe Crown The Crown ' Hyde Park Corner ' Hyde Park Corner ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionStephen Daldry, Directed byThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Offred (Pilot) ' Offred (Pilot) ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel WilsonProductionsProductionsReed Morano, Directed byThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' The Bridge ' The Bridge ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel WilsonProductionsProductionsKate Dennis, Directed byHomeland Homeland ' America First ' America First ' Showtime ' Fox 21 Television Studios, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions,' Showtime ' Fox 21 Television Studios, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions,KeshetKeshetLesli Linka Glatter, Directed byStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers ' Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey MassacreProductionsProductionsThe Duffer Brothers, Directed byPage 11
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Dancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' A Night At The Movies ' A Night At The Movies ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsMary Guerrero, Department Head HairstylistKimi Messina, Key HairstylistGail Ryan, HairstylistDerrick Spruill, Additional HairstylistRene Vaca, Additional HairstylistPatricia Pineda, Additional HairstylistHairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentMiia Kovero, Hair DesignerTerry Baliel, Head HairstylistRoxane Griffin, HairstylistLawrence Davis, HairstylistJill Crosby, HairstylistJoy Zapata, HairstylistRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsGabriel Villarreal, HairstylistHector Pocasangre, HairstylistSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Dwayne Johnson ' Host: Dwayne Johnson ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and BroadwayVideoVideoJodi Mancuso, Department Head HairstylistJennifer Serio, Key HairstylistInga Thrasher, HairstylistJoe Whitmeyer, HairstylistCara Hannah Sullivan, HairstylistChristen Edwards, HairstylistThe Voice The Voice ' Live Playoffs, Night 1 ' Live Playoffs, Night 1 ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon UnscriptedTelevisionTelevisionJerilynn Stephens, Department Head HairstylistMeagan Herrera-Schaaf, Key HairstylistCory Rotenberg, HairstylistAnna Maria Orzano, HairstylistStacey Morris, HairstylistDarbie Wieczorek, HairstylistOutstanding Hairstyling For A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Hairstyling For A Limited Series Or MovieAmerican Horror Story: Roanoke American Horror Story: Roanoke ' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox Television' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox TelevisionMichelle Ceglia, Department Head HairstylistValerie Jackson, Key HairstylistJose Zamora, Additional HairstylistBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsMichelle Ceglia, Department Head HairstylistNickole C. Jones, Key HairstylistLona Vigi, Personal HairstylistFrances Mathias, Personal HairstylistJocelyn Mulhern, Additional HairstylistFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsChris Glimsdale, Department Head HairstylistPenny Thompson, 1st Assistant HairJudy Durbacz, HairstylistEva Blanchard, HairstylistFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosPage 18
FEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosChris Clark, Department Head HairstylistRalph Michael Abalos, Key HairstylistWendy Southard, HairstylistHelena Cepeda, Additional HairstylistGenius Genius ' Einstein: Chapter One ' Einstein: Chapter One ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosTash Lees, Department Head HairstylistFae Hammond, Key HairstylistAdela Robova, HairstylistAlex Rouse, HairstylistOutstanding Interactive ProgramOutstanding Interactive ProgramFull Frontal With Samantha Bee Online Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Online ' SamanthaBee.com ' JAX Media' SamanthaBee.com ' JAX MediaCarol Ray Hartsell, Managing Digital ProducerKim Burdges, Director of Marketing/Digital ProductionAna Breton, Digital ProducerCaroline Schaper, Digital ProducerBrittany Van Horne, Associate Digital ProducerLast Week Tonight With John Oliver Last Week Tonight With John Oliver ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen String Jack Productions and' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen String Jack Productions andAvalon TelevisionAvalon TelevisionPartially Important ProductionsThe Late Late Show With James Corden The Late Late Show With James Corden ' CBS ' CBS Interactive, CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73' CBS ' CBS Interactive, CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73James Corden, Host/ProducerBen Winston, Executive ProducerRob Crabbe, Executive ProducerAdam Abramson, Director of DigitalSaturday Night Live Multiplatform Experience Saturday Night Live Multiplatform Experience ' NBC ' Universal Television, SNL Studios, Broadway Video, NBC' NBC ' Universal Television, SNL Studios, Broadway Video, NBCNBCThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ' NBC ' Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' Universal Television and Broadway VideoJimmy Fallon, Host/ProducerMarina Cockenberg, Director of DigitalFelicia Daniels, For NBC.comTonight Show Social TeamOutstanding Original Interactive ProgramOutstanding Original Interactive ProgramAmigo To The Rescue: Disney Junior Interactive Show Amigo To The Rescue: Disney Junior Interactive Show ' iOS ' Disney-ABC Television Group '' Kids Digital Media' iOS ' Disney-ABC Television Group '' Kids Digital MediaDisney/ABC Television GroupKids Digital MediaDear Angelica Dear Angelica ' Oculus ' Oculus Story Studio' Oculus ' Oculus Story StudioOculus Story StudioHITRECORD x ACLU: HITRECORD x ACLU: Are You There Democracy? It's Me, The Internet Are You There Democracy? It's Me, The Internet ' The Huffington Post / You Tube ' HITRECORD,' The Huffington Post / You Tube ' HITRECORD,ACLUACLUJoseph Gordon-Levitt, Executive ProducerJared Geller, Executive ProducerACLUHITRECORDMission: ISS Mission: ISS ' Oculus ' Magnopus / Oculus' Oculus ' Magnopus / OculusPage 19
Mission: ISS Mission: ISS ' Oculus ' Magnopus / Oculus' Oculus ' Magnopus / OculusBen Grossmann, VR DirectorAdrian Sciutto, VR ProducerAmaresh Kollipara, ProducerDavid Swift, Lead Experience EngineerOculusThe People's House - Inside The White House With Barack And Michelle Obama The People's House - Inside The White House With Barack And Michelle Obama ' Samsung / Oculus ' Felix & Paul Studios' Samsung / Oculus ' Felix & Paul Studiosand Oculusand OculusFelix & Paul StudiosOutstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A ScriptedOutstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A ScriptedProgramProgramThe Man In The High Castle: Resistance Radio The Man In The High Castle: Resistance Radio ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosMike Benson, Head of MarketingBob Bowen, Head of MusicBrianna Lopez, Head of Industry and Consumer BrandBrian Burton, 30th Century RecordsCampfireThe Mr. Robot Virtual Reality Experience The Mr. Robot Virtual Reality Experience ' USA ' Universal Cable Productions, Here Be Dragons, Esmail Corp. and' USA ' Universal Cable Productions, Here Be Dragons, Esmail Corp. andAnonymous ContentAnonymous ContentUSA NetworkUniversal Cable ProductionsHere Be DragonsEsmail Corp.Anonymous ContentThe Simpsons - Planet Of The Couches The Simpsons - Planet Of The Couches ' play.google.com ' Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Television' play.google.com ' Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Televisionand Google Spotlight Storiesand Google Spotlight StoriesJames L. Brooks, Executive ProducerAl Jean, Executive ProducerMatt Groening, Executive ProducerDavid Silverman, Directed byGoogle Spotlight StoriesStranger Things VR Experience Stranger Things VR Experience ' Netflix ' Netflix and CBS Digital' Netflix ' Netflix and CBS DigitalNetflixCBS DigitalWestworld Westworld ' DiscoverWestworld.com ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' DiscoverWestworld.com ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionHBOKilter FilmsBad RobotOutstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within An UnscriptedOutstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within An UnscriptedProgramProgramE! Live 360 (Red Carpet Show) E! Live 360 (Red Carpet Show) ' E! News Mobile App ' E! News Development Team and IM360' E! News Mobile App ' E! News Development Team and IM360John Najarian, Executive Vice President, DigitalDarren Hand, Vice President, DigitalThe Oscars: All Access The Oscars: All Access ' Oscar.com ' ABC Digital Studio and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Oscar.com ' ABC Digital Studio and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesPage 20
The Oscars: All Access The Oscars: All Access ' Oscar.com ' ABC Digital Studio and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Oscar.com ' ABC Digital Studio and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesMeghan de Boer, Executive ProducerRich Preuss, Co-Executive ProducerTeeny Stillings, ProducerAugie Vargas, ProducerShelby Sundling Lathrop, Supervising ProducerStand For Rights: A Benefit For The ACLU With Tom Hanks Stand For Rights: A Benefit For The ACLU With Tom Hanks ' Facebook Live ' Friend of a Friend Productions' Facebook Live ' Friend of a Friend ProductionsEric Gurian, ProducerEvan Jonigkeit, ProducerJerry Kupfer, ProducerJack Burditt, ProducerNick Bernardone, ProducerStand Up To Cancer: #Reasons2StandUp Stand Up To Cancer: #Reasons2StandUp ' standup2cancer.org ' Stand Up To Cancer: A Program of the Entertainment' standup2cancer.org ' Stand Up To Cancer: A Program of the EntertainmentIndustry Foundation, Telescope, Inc., Done + Dusted, Inc., Blue State Digital, ID-PR, CAA Brand StudioIndustry Foundation, Telescope, Inc., Done + Dusted, Inc., Blue State Digital, ID-PR, CAA Brand StudioStand Up To Cancer: A Program of the Entertainment Industry FoundationDone + Dusted Inc.Telescope Inc.Blue State DigitalID-PRThe Voice On Snapchat Show The Voice On Snapchat Show ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc., Warner Horizon Unscripted Television and' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc., Warner Horizon Unscripted Television andNBC EntertainmentNBC EntertainmentNBCOutstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction For A Variety SeriesOutstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction For A Variety SeriesAmerica's Got Talent America's Got Talent ' Episode 1120 ' Episode 1120 ' NBC ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc., Marathon Productions, Inc.' NBC ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc., Marathon Productions, Inc.Noah Mitz, Lighting DesignerRyan Tanker, Lighting DirectorMike Berger, Lighting DirectorAndrew Webberley, Lighting DirectorMatthew Benson, Chief Lighting TechnicianDancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' Cirque Du Soleil Night ' Cirque Du Soleil Night ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsSimon Miles, Lighting DesignerMatthew Cotter, Lighting DirectorSuzanne Sotelo, Lighting DirectorMatt McAdam, Media Server ProgrammerSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Jimmy Fallon ' Host: Jimmy Fallon ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoPhil Hymes, Lighting DesignerGeoff Amoral, Lighting DirectorRick McGuinness, Lighting DirectorSo You Think You Can Dance So You Think You Can Dance ' Finale ' Finale ' FOX ' dick clark productions, inc. and 19 Entertainment' FOX ' dick clark productions, inc. and 19 EntertainmentRobert Barnhart, Lighting DesignerMatt Firestone, Lighting DirectorPatrick Boozer, Lighting DirectorPete Radice, Lighting DirectorThe Voice The Voice ' Live Finale (Part 2) ' Live Finale (Part 2) ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionOscar Dominguez, Lighting DesignerSam Barker, Lighting DirectorDaniel Boland, Lighting DirectorJohnny Bradley, Media Server OperatorPage 21
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction For A Variety SpecialOutstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction For A Variety Special59th Grammy Awards 59th Grammy Awards ' CBS ' AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLC' CBS ' AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLCRobert A. Dickinson, Lighting DesignerNoah Mitz, Lighting DirectorAndy O'Reilly, Lighting DirectorPatrick Boozer, Lighting DirectorRyan Tanker, Lighting DirectorHairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentAllen Branton, Lighting DesignerFelix Peralta, Lighting DirectorKevin Lawson, Lighting DirectorDarren Langer, Lighting DirectorKirk J. Miller, Moving Light ProgrammerThe Oscars The Oscars ' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesRobert A. Dickinson, Lighting DesignerTravis Hagenbuch, Lighting DirectorMike Berger, Lighting DirectorAndy O'Reilly, Lighting DirectorPatrick Boozer, Lighting DirectorSuper Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga ' FOX ' NFL Network' FOX ' NFL NetworkRobert Barnhart, Lighting DesignerDavid Grill, Lighting DirectorPete Radice, Lighting DirectorJason Rudolph, Lighting Director70th Annual Tony Awards 70th Annual Tony Awards ' CBS ' White Cherry Entertainment' CBS ' White Cherry EntertainmentRobert A. Dickinson, Lighting DesignerEd McCarthy, Lighting DirectorNoah Mitz, Lighting DirectorHarry Sangmeister, Lighting DirectorTed Wells, Lighting DirectorOutstanding Main Title DesignOutstanding Main Title DesignAmerican Gods American Gods ' Starz ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc.' Starz ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc.Patrick Clair, Creative DirectorRaoul Marks, Lead Compositor and AnimatorDevin Maurer, EditorJeff Han, DesignerThe Crown The Crown ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionPatrick Clair, Creative DirectorRaoul Marks, Lead Compositor and AnimatorJavier Leon Carrillo, Look DeveloperJeff Han, DesignerFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosRyan Murphy, Creative DirectorAlexis Martin Woodall, Creative ProducerKyle Cooper, DirectorNadia Tzuo, DesignerMargherita Premuroso, AnimatorStranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsPage 22
Stranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsMichelle Dougherty, Creative DirectorPeter Frankfurt, Executive Creative DirectorArisu Kashiwagi, DesignerEric Demeusy, Compositor/DesignerWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionPatrick Clair, Creative DirectorRaoul Marks, Lead Compositor and AnimatorYongsub Song, Compositor and AnimatorFelix Soletic, DesignerJessica Hurst, CG ModelerJose Limon, CG Modeler/SculptorOutstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Penny Dreadful Penny Dreadful ' Perpetual Night ' Perpetual Night ' Showtime ' Desert Wolf Productions and Neal Street Productions' Showtime ' Desert Wolf Productions and Neal Street ProductionsEnzo Mastrantonio, Make-up DesignerClare Lambe, Key Makeup ArtistCaterina Sisto, Makeup ArtistLorraine McCrann, Makeup ArtistMorna Ferguson, Personal Makeup ArtistStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Six: The Monster ' Chapter Six: The Monster ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsMyke Michaels, Department Head Makeup ArtistTeresa Vest, Key Makeup ArtistThis Is Us This Is Us ' I Call Marriage ' I Call Marriage ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionZoe Hay, Department Head Makeup ArtistHeather Plott, Assistant Department Head Makeup ArtistElizabeth Hoel-Chang, Makeup ArtistJudith Lynn Staats, Makeup ArtistJohn Damiani, Makeup ArtistVikings Vikings ' All His Angels ' All His Angels ' HISTORY ' Octagon Films and Take 5 Productions in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer' HISTORY ' Octagon Films and Take 5 Productions in association with Metro-Goldwyn-MayerTom McInerney, Department Head Makeup ArtistKatie Derwin, Key Makeup ArtistCiara Scanell, Makeup ArtistLizzanne Procter, Makeup ArtistWestworld Westworld ' The Original ' The Original ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionChristien Tinsley, Department Head Makeup ArtistMyriam Arougheti, Key Makeup ArtistGerald Quist, Makeup ArtistLydia Milars, Makeup ArtistEd French, Makeup ArtistOutstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic)Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic)Dancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars ' Halloween Night ' Halloween Night ' ABC ' BBC Worldwide Productions' ABC ' BBC Worldwide ProductionsZena Shteysel, Department Head Makeup ArtistAngela Moos, Key Makeup ArtistJulie Socash, Key Makeup ArtistPatti-Ramsey Bortoli, Additional Makeup ArtistSara Woolf, Additional Makeup ArtistDonna Bard, Additional Makeup ArtistPage 23
Hairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentMelanie Hughes-Weaver, Makeup SupervisorJudy Yonemoto, Head Makeup ArtistJill Cady, Makeup ArtistJulie Socash, Makeup ArtistShutchai Tym Buacharern, Makeup ArtistAngela Moos, Makeup ArtistMADtv MADtv ' Episode #1.4 ' Episode #1.4 ' CW ' Telepictures' CW ' TelepicturesJennifer Aspinall, Department Head Makeup ArtistScott G. Wheeler, Makeup ArtistDavid Williams, Makeup ArtistJames Rohland, Makeup ArtistNed Niedhardt, Makeup ArtistRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' Oh. My. Gaga! ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsDavid Petruschin, Makeup ArtistSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoLouie Zakarian, Department Head Makeup ArtistAmy Tagliamonti, Key Makeup ArtistJason Milani, Key Makeup ArtistDaniela Zivcovic, Makeup ArtistRachel Pagani, Makeup ArtistAndrew Sotomeyer, Makeup ArtistThe Voice The Voice ' Live Playoffs, Night 1 ' Live Playoffs, Night 1 ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon UnscriptedTelevisionTelevisionDarcy Gilmore, Department Head Makeup ArtistKristene Bernard, Key Makeup ArtistThea Samuels, Additional Makeup ArtistGina Ghiglieri, Additional Makeup ArtistDiane Mayo, Additional Makeup ArtistJackie Dobbie, Additional Makeup ArtistOutstanding Makeup For A Limited Series Or Movie (Non-Prosthetic)Outstanding Makeup For A Limited Series Or Movie (Non-Prosthetic)American Horror Story: Roanoke American Horror Story: Roanoke ' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox Television' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox TelevisionKim Ayers, Assistant Department Head Makeup ArtistMike Mekash, Assistant Department Head Makeup ArtistEryn Krueger Mekash, Makeup DesignerSilvina Knight, Makeup ArtistCarleigh Herbert, Makeup ArtistLuis Garcia, Makeup ArtistBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsSteve Artmont, Department Head Makeup ArtistNicole Artmont, Key Makeup ArtistAngela Levin, Personal Makeup ArtistMolly R Stern, Personal Makeup ArtistClaudia Humburg, Personal Makeup ArtistFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsGail Kennedy, Department Head Makeup ArtistJoanne Preece, Assistant Department Head Makeup ArtistAmanda Rye, Key Makeup ArtistDanielle Hanson, Key Makeup ArtistFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosPage 24
FEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosEryn Krueger Mekash, Makeup DesignerRobin Beauschense, Assistant Makeup Department HeadTym Buacharern, Makeup ArtistKim Ayers, Makeup ArtistBecky Cotton, Makeup ArtistDavid Williams, Makeup ArtistGenius Genius ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosDavina Lamont, Department Head Makeup ArtistOutstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialOutstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialAmerican Horror Story: Roanoke American Horror Story: Roanoke ' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox Television' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox TelevisionEryn Krueger Mekash, Makeup DesignerMichael Mekash, Special Makeup Effects Assistant Department HeadDavid Leroy Anderson, Prosthetic DesignerJames Mackinnon, Special Makeup Effects ArtistJason Hamer, Special Makeup Effects ArtistMelanie Eichner, Special Makeup Effects ArtistCristina Himiob, Special Makeup Effects ArtistMaiko Chiba, Special Makeup Effects ArtistPenny Dreadful Penny Dreadful ' No Beast So Fierce ' No Beast So Fierce ' Showtime ' Desert Wolf Productions and Neal Street Productions' Showtime ' Desert Wolf Productions and Neal Street ProductionsNick Dudman, Prosthetic Make-Up DesignerSarita Allison, Key Prosthetic Make-Up ArtistBarney Nikolic, Prosthetic Make-Up ArtistDennis Penkov, Prosthetic DesignerSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' Host: Alec Baldwin ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoLouie Zakarian, Department Head Makeup ArtistJason Milani, Key Makeup ArtistTom Denier Jr., Key Makeup ArtistAmy Tagliamonti, Key Makeup ArtistCraig Lindberg, Makeup ArtistSteve Kelly, Makeup ArtistThe Walking Dead The Walking Dead ' The Day Will Come When You Won't Be ' The Day Will Come When You Won't Be ' AMC ' Idiot Box, Skybound, Circle of Confusion, Valhalla and' AMC ' Idiot Box, Skybound, Circle of Confusion, Valhalla andAMC StudiosAMC StudiosGreg Nicotero, Special Makeup Effects Department HeadJake Garber, Key Makeup ArtistGarrett Immel, Key Makeup ArtistKevin Wasner, Key Makeup ArtistGino Crognale, Special Makeup Effects ArtistKerrin Jackson, Special Makeup Effects ArtistWestworld Westworld ' The Original ' The Original ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionChristien Tinsley, Department Head Makeup ArtistHiroshi Yada, Key Prosthetic Makeup ArtistGeorgia Allen, Makeup ArtistGerald Quist, Special Makeup Effects ArtistMyriam Arougheti, Special Makeup Effects ArtistOutstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)The Crown The Crown ' Hyde Park Corner ' Hyde Park Corner ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionRupert Gregson-Williams, Music byPage 25
House Of Cards House Of Cards ' Chapter 63 ' Chapter 63 ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association withMedia Rights CapitalMedia Rights CapitalJeff Beal, Music byPlanet Earth II Planet Earth II ' Islands ' Islands ' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBCAmericaAmericaJacob Shea, Music byJasha Klebe, Music byA Series Of Unfortunate Events A Series Of Unfortunate Events ' A Bad Beginning ' A Bad Beginning ' Netflix ' The Sonnenfeld Company, What is the Question?, Paramount' Netflix ' The Sonnenfeld Company, What is the Question?, ParamountTelevisionTelevisionJames Newton Howard, Music byTaboo Taboo ' Episode 1 ' Episode 1 ' FX Networks ' Scott Free London and Hardy Son & Baker in association with Sonar Entertainment' FX Networks ' Scott Free London and Hardy Son & Baker in association with Sonar EntertainmentMax Richter, Music byVictoria (Masterpiece) Victoria (Masterpiece) ' Doll 123 ' Doll 123 ' PBS ' A co-production of Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece' PBS ' A co-production of Mammoth Screen and MasterpieceMartin Phipps, Music byRuth Barrett, Music byNatalie Holt, Music byOutstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialOutstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special(Original Dramatic Score)(Original Dramatic Score)Fargo Fargo ' Aporia ' Aporia ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsJeff Russo, Music byFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' Pilot ' Pilot ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosMac Quayle, Music byFive Came Back Five Came Back ' The Price Of Victory ' The Price Of Victory ' Netflix ' Amblin Television, Scott Rudin, IACF Productions in association with' Netflix ' Amblin Television, Scott Rudin, IACF Productions in association withPassion Pictures & Rock Paper Scissors EntertainmentPassion Pictures & Rock Paper Scissors EntertainmentJeremy Turner, Music byO.J.: Made In America O.J.: Made In America ' Part 3 ' Part 3 ' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow Films' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow FilmsGary Lionelli, Music bySuite Fran§aise Suite Fran§aise ' Lifetime ' Suite Distribution Limited' Lifetime ' Suite Distribution LimitedRael Jones, Music byThe White Helmets The White Helmets ' Netflix ' Grain Media / Violet Films' Netflix ' Grain Media / Violet FilmsPatrick Jonsson, Music byOutstanding Music DirectionOutstanding Music DirectionAmerican Epic American Epic ' The American Epic Sessions ' The American Epic Sessions ' PBS ' Lo-Max Films/Wildwood Enterprises/BBC Arena/Thirteen Productions' PBS ' Lo-Max Films/Wildwood Enterprises/BBC Arena/Thirteen ProductionsBernard MacMahon, Music Direction byDuke Erikson, Music Direction byJack White, Music Direction byT Bone Burnett, Music Direction byJoshua Bell: Seasons Of Cuba (Live From Lincoln Center) Joshua Bell: Seasons Of Cuba (Live From Lincoln Center) ' PBS ' Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts' PBS ' Lincoln Center for the Performing ArtsDavid Lai, Music Direction byStayin' Alive: A Grammy Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees Stayin' Alive: A Grammy Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees ' CBS ' Ken Ehrlich Productions / AEG Ehrlich Ventures,' CBS ' Ken Ehrlich Productions / AEG Ehrlich Ventures,LLCLLCRickey Minor, Music Direction byPage 26
Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga ' FOX ' NFL Network' FOX ' NFL NetworkMichael Bearden, Music Direction byTaking The Stage: African American Music And Stories That Changed America Taking The Stage: African American Music And Stories That Changed America ' ABC ' Don Mischer Productions' ABC ' Don Mischer ProductionsRickey Minor, Music Direction byTony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet To Come Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet To Come ' NBC ' TB TV, LLC' NBC ' TB TV, LLCTom Scott, Music Direction byOutstanding Original Music And LyricsOutstanding Original Music And LyricsCrazy Ex-Girlfriend Crazy Ex-Girlfriend ' When Will Josh And His Friend Leave Me Alone? ' When Will Josh And His Friend Leave Me Alone? / / Song Title: We Tapped That Ass ' CW ' CBSSong Title: We Tapped That Ass ' CW ' CBSTelevision Studios and Warner Bros. TelevisionTelevision Studios and Warner Bros. TelevisionAdam Schlesinger, Music & Lyrics byRachel Bloom, Lyrics byJack Dolgen, Lyrics byDuck The Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special Duck The Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special ' ' Song Title: Jing-A-Ling-A-Ling ' Disney Channel ' Disney TelevisionSong Title: Jing-A-Ling-A-Ling ' Disney Channel ' Disney TelevisionAnimationAnimationChristopher Willis, Music & Lyrics byDarrick Bachman, Lyrics byPaul Rudish, Lyrics byJimmy Kimmel Live Jimmy Kimmel Live ' Jessica Chastain/Willie Nelson/Hunter Hayes ' Jessica Chastain/Willie Nelson/Hunter Hayes / / Song Title: The Ballad of Claus Jorstad (Devil Stool) 'Song Title: The Ballad of Claus Jorstad (Devil Stool) 'ABC ' ABC Studios in association with Jackhole IndustriesABC ' ABC Studios in association with Jackhole IndustriesJonathan Kimmel, Music & Lyrics byGary Greenberg, Music & Lyrics bySaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Casey Affleck ' Host: Casey Affleck / / Song Title: Last Christmas ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with UniversalSong Title: Last Christmas ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with UniversalTelevision and Broadway VideoTelevision and Broadway VideoEli Brueggemann, Music byChancelor Johnathan Bennett, Lyrics byKenan Thompson, Lyrics byWill Stephen, Lyrics by13th 13th ' ' Song Title: Letter To The Free ' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo FilmsSong Title: Letter To The Free ' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo FilmsCommon, Music & Lyrics byRobert Glasper, Music byKarriem Riggins, Music byUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ' Kimmy's Roommate Lemonades! ' Kimmy's Roommate Lemonades! / / Song Title: Hell No ' Netflix ' Universal Television, LittleSong Title: Hell No ' Netflix ' Universal Television, LittleStranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel GearsStranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel GearsJeff Richmond, Music byTina Fey, Lyrics bySam Means, Lyrics byOutstanding Original Main Title Theme MusicOutstanding Original Main Title Theme MusicFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosMac Quayle, Theme byGenius Genius ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosHans Zimmer, Theme byLorne Balfe, Theme byThe Good Fight The Good Fight ' CBS All Access ' Scott Free Productions' CBS All Access ' Scott Free ProductionsJohn David Buckley, Theme byStranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsPage 27
Stranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsMichael Stein, Theme byKyle Dixon, Theme byVictoria (Masterpiece) Victoria (Masterpiece) ' PBS ' A co-production of Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece' PBS ' A co-production of Mammoth Screen and MasterpieceMartin Phipps, Theme byWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionRamin Djawadi, Theme byOutstanding Music SupervisionOutstanding Music SupervisionBetter Call Saul Better Call Saul ' Sunk Costs ' Sunk Costs ' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via ProductionsThomas Golubić, Music SupervisorBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Pacific Standard and Blossom FilmsPacific Standard and Blossom FilmsSusan Jacobs, Music SupervisorGirls Girls ' Goodbye Tour ' Goodbye Tour ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni Konner' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni KonnerProductionsProductionsManish Raval, Music SupervisorJonathan Leahy, Music SupervisorTom Wolfe, Music SupervisorMaster Of None Master Of None ' Amarsi Un Po ' Amarsi Un Po ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulonand 3 Arts Entertainmentand 3 Arts EntertainmentZach Cowie, Music SupervisorKerri Drootin, Music SupervisorStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Two: The Weirdo On Maple Street ' Chapter Two: The Weirdo On Maple Street ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey MassacreProductionsProductionsNora Felder, Music SupervisorOutstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy SeriesAtlanta Atlanta ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX ProductionsDonald Glover as Earn MarksBaskets Baskets ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX ProductionsZach Galifianakis as Chip Baskets / Dale Basketsblack-ish black-ish ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosAnthony Anderson as Andre JohnsonMaster Of None Master Of None ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 Arts' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 ArtsEntertainmentEntertainmentAziz Ansari as DevShameless Shameless ' Showtime ' John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. Television' Showtime ' John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. TelevisionWilliam H. Macy as Frank GallagherTransparent Transparent ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosJeffrey Tambor as Maura PfeffermanPage 28
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama SeriesOutstanding Lead Actor In A Drama SeriesThe Americans The Americans ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX ProductionsMatthew Rhys as Philip JenningsBetter Call Saul Better Call Saul ' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via ProductionsBob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGillHouse Of Cards House Of Cards ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media RightsCapitalCapitalKevin Spacey as Francis UnderwoodRay Donovan Ray Donovan ' Showtime ' The Mark Gordon Company and David Hollander Productions' Showtime ' The Mark Gordon Company and David Hollander ProductionsLiev Schreiber as Ray DonovanThis Is Us This Is Us ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionSterling K. Brown as Randall PearsonThis Is Us This Is Us ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionMilo Ventimiglia as Jack PearsonWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionAnthony Hopkins as Dr. FordOutstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or MovieFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsEwan McGregor as Ray Stussy/Emmit StussyGenius Genius ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosGeoffrey Rush as Albert EinsteinThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesRiz Ahmed as Nasir "Naz" KhanThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesJohn Turturro as John StoneSherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) ' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with Masterpiece' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with MasterpieceBenedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock HolmesThe Wizard Of Lies The Wizard Of Lies ' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana Productions' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana ProductionsRobert De Niro as Bernie MadoffOutstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy SeriesBetter Things Better Things ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX ProductionsPamela Adlon as Sam Foxblack-ish black-ish ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosTracee Ellis Ross as Rainbow JohnsonGrace And Frankie Grace And Frankie ' Netflix ' Skydance Productions' Netflix ' Skydance ProductionsJane Fonda as Grace HansonGrace And Frankie Grace And Frankie ' Netflix ' Skydance Productions' Netflix ' Skydance ProductionsPage 29
Grace And Frankie Grace And Frankie ' Netflix ' Skydance Productions' Netflix ' Skydance ProductionsLily Tomlin as Frankie BergsteinMom Mom ' CBS ' Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television' CBS ' Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. TelevisionAllison Janney as BonnieUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Little Stranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel Gears' Netflix ' Universal Television, Little Stranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel GearsEllie Kemper as Kimmy SchmidtVeep Veep ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentJulia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina MeyerOutstanding Lead Actress In A Drama SeriesOutstanding Lead Actress In A Drama SeriesThe Americans The Americans ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX ProductionsKeri Russell as Elizabeth JenningsThe Crown The Crown ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionClaire Foy as Queen Elizabeth IIThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsElisabeth Moss as OffredHouse Of Cards House Of Cards ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media RightsCapitalCapitalRobin Wright as Claire UnderwoodHow To Get Away With Murder How To Get Away With Murder ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosViola Davis as Annalise KeatingWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionEvan Rachel Wood as DoloresOutstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or MovieAmerican Crime American Crime ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosFelicity Huffman as Jeanette HesbyBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsNicole Kidman as Celeste WrightBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsReese Witherspoon as Madeline MacKenzieFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsCarrie Coon as Gloria BurgleFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosJessica Lange as Joan CrawfordFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosSusan Sarandon as Bette DavisPage 30
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FEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosStanley Tucci as Jack WarnerThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesBill Camp as Homicide Det. Dennis BoxThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesMichael Kenneth Williams as Freddy KnightOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy SeriesSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoVanessa Bayer as Various CharactersSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoLeslie Jones as Various CharactersSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoKate McKinnon as Various CharactersTransparent Transparent ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosKathryn Hahn as Raquel FeinTransparent Transparent ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosJudith Light as Shelly PfeffermanVeep Veep ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentAnna Chlumsky as Amy BrookheimerOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama SeriesOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama SeriesThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsAnn Dowd as Aunt LydiaThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsSamira Wiley as MoiraOrange Is The New Black Orange Is The New Black ' Netflix ' Lionsgate Television' Netflix ' Lionsgate TelevisionUzo Aduba as Suzanne ''Crazy Eyes'' WarrenStranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsMillie Bobby Brown as ElevenThis Is Us This Is Us ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionChrissy Metz as Kate PearsonWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionThandie Newton as MaeveOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or MovieAmerican Crime American Crime ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosRegina King as Kimara WaltersBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomPage 32
Big Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsLaura Dern as Renata KleinBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsShailene Woodley as Jane ChapmanFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosJudy Davis as Hedda HopperFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosJackie Hoffman as MamacitaThe Wizard Of Lies The Wizard Of Lies ' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana Productions' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana ProductionsMichelle Pfeiffer as Ruth MadoffOutstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy SeriesGirls Girls ' All I Ever Wanted ' All I Ever Wanted ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni Konner' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni KonnerProductionsProductionsRiz Ahmed as Paul-LouisGirls Girls ' American Bitch ' American Bitch ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni Konner' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni KonnerProductionsProductionsMatthew Rhys as Chuck PalmerSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Dave Chappelle ' Host: Dave Chappelle ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and BroadwayVideoVideoDave Chappelle as HostSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Lin-Manuel Miranda ' Host: Lin-Manuel Miranda ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television andBroadway VideoBroadway VideoLin-Manuel Miranda as HostSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Tom Hanks ' Host: Tom Hanks ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoTom Hanks as HostVeep Veep ' Blurb ' Blurb ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentHugh Laurie as Tom JamesOutstanding Guest Actor In A Drama SeriesOutstanding Guest Actor In A Drama SeriesBloodline Bloodline ' Part 32 ' Part 32 ' Netflix ' Sony Pictures Television in association with KZK Productions' Netflix ' Sony Pictures Television in association with KZK ProductionsBen Mendelsohn as Danny RayburnMr. Robot Mr. Robot ' eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc ' eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc ' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous Content' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous ContentBD Wong as WhiteroseRay Donovan Ray Donovan ' Norman Saves The World ' Norman Saves The World ' Showtime ' The Mark Gordon Company and David Hollander Productions' Showtime ' The Mark Gordon Company and David Hollander ProductionsHank Azaria as Ed CochranThis Is Us This Is Us ' Last Christmas ' Last Christmas ' FOX ' 20th Century Fox Television' FOX ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionDenis O'Hare as JessieThis Is Us This Is Us ' Memphis ' Memphis ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionBrian Tyree Henry as RickyThis Is Us This Is Us ' The Big Day ' The Big Day ' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television' ABC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionPage 33
This Is Us This Is Us ' The Big Day ' The Big Day ' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television' ABC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionGerald McRaney as Dr. K aka Dr. Nathan KatowskiOutstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy SeriesOutstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Seriesblack-ish black-ish ' Lemons ' Lemons ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosWanda Sykes as Daphne LidoCatastrophe Catastrophe ' Episode 6 ' Episode 6 ' Amazon ' Avalon Television / Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Avalon Television / Amazon StudiosCarrie Fisher as MiaGirls Girls ' Gummies ' Gummies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni Konner Productions' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Apatow Productions and I Am Jenni Konner ProductionsBecky Ann Baker as Loreen DoringMaster Of None Master Of None ' Thanksgiving ' Thanksgiving ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulonand 3 Arts Entertainmentand 3 Arts EntertainmentAngela Bassett as CatherineSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Kristen Wiig ' Host: Kristen Wiig ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoKristen Wiig as HostSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' Host: Melissa McCarthy ' Host: Melissa McCarthy ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and BroadwayVideoVideoMelissa McCarthy as HostOutstanding Guest Actress In A Drama SeriesOutstanding Guest Actress In A Drama SeriesThe Americans The Americans ' The Soviet Division ' The Soviet Division ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios and FX ProductionsAlison Wright as MarthaThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Late ' Late ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsAlexis Bledel as OfglenHow To Get Away With Murder How To Get Away With Murder ' Go Cry Somewhere Else ' Go Cry Somewhere Else ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosCicely Tyson as Ophelia HarknessThe Leftovers The Leftovers ' The Most Powerful Man In The World (And His Identical Twin Brother) ' The Most Powerful Man In The World (And His Identical Twin Brother) ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment and' HBO ' HBO Entertainment andWarner Bros. Television in association with Damon Lindelof Productions and Film 44Warner Bros. Television in association with Damon Lindelof Productions and Film 44Ann Dowd as Patti LevinOrange Is The New Black Orange Is The New Black ' Doctor Psycho ' Doctor Psycho ' Netflix ' Lionsgate Television' Netflix ' Lionsgate TelevisionLaverne Cox as Sophia BursetStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Three: Holly, Jolly ' Chapter Three: Holly, Jolly ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsShannon Purser as Barb HollandOutstanding Actor In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesOutstanding Actor In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesBoondoggle Boondoggle ' ABCd/ABC.com ' Fox Digital Studio and Wedding Punch' ABCd/ABC.com ' Fox Digital Studio and Wedding PunchTy Burrell as TyCon Man Con Man ' Comic-Con HQ ' Con Man Productions & Redbear Films, Inc' Comic-Con HQ ' Con Man Productions & Redbear Films, IncAlan Tudyk as Wray NerelyDicks Dicks ' Vimeo ' For Me Neck Productions' Vimeo ' For Me Neck ProductionsPage 34
Dicks Dicks ' Vimeo ' For Me Neck Productions' Vimeo ' For Me Neck ProductionsKim Estes as AmandaThe Earliest Show The Earliest Show ' FunnyOrDie ' Funny Or Die' FunnyOrDie ' Funny Or DieBen Schwartz as Josh BathTales Of Titans Tales Of Titans ' go90 ' Funny Or Die' go90 ' Funny Or DieJason Ritter as GregTween Fest Tween Fest ' go90 ' Funny Or Die' go90 ' Funny Or DieJohn Michael Higgins as Todd CrawfordOutstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesOutstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesCon Man Con Man ' Comic-Con HQ ' Con Man Productions & Redbear Films, Inc' Comic-Con HQ ' Con Man Productions & Redbear Films, IncMindy Sterling as BobbieDropping The Soap Dropping The Soap ' Amazon ' Huge NoHo Productions' Amazon ' Huge NoHo ProductionsJane Lynch as Olivia VandersteinThe Earliest Show The Earliest Show ' FunnyOrDie ' Funny Or Die' FunnyOrDie ' Funny Or DieLauren Lapkus as Samantha NewmanFear The Walking Dead: Passage Fear The Walking Dead: Passage ' AMC.com ' RadicalMedia and AMC Studios' AMC.com ' RadicalMedia and AMC StudiosKelsey Scott as Sierrasecs & EXECS secs & EXECS ' tellofilms.com ' Zimmerman Entertainment and tellofilms.com' tellofilms.com ' Zimmerman Entertainment and tellofilms.comMindy Sterling as ShirlaOutstanding NarratorOutstanding NarratorFive Came Back Five Came Back ' The Price Of Victory ' The Price Of Victory ' Netflix ' Amblin Television, Scott Rudin, IACF Productions in association with' Netflix ' Amblin Television, Scott Rudin, IACF Productions in association withPassion Pictures & Rock Paper Scissors EntertainmentPassion Pictures & Rock Paper Scissors EntertainmentMeryl Streep, NarratorMuhammad Ali: Only One Muhammad Ali: Only One ' HBO ' HBO Sports' HBO ' HBO SportsLiev Schreiber, NarratorUConn: The March To Madness UConn: The March To Madness ' Episode 1 ' Episode 1 ' HBO ' IMG Original Content' HBO ' IMG Original ContentLiev Schreiber, NarratorWild New Zealand Wild New Zealand ' Nat Geo WILD ' A BBC/NDR Naturfilm/Doclights/National Geographic Channels Co-Production' Nat Geo WILD ' A BBC/NDR Naturfilm/Doclights/National Geographic Channels Co-ProductionSam Neill, NarratorWild Scotland Wild Scotland ' Nat Geo WILD ' Maramedia in association with Otter Films and ITV Studios Global Entertainment' Nat Geo WILD ' Maramedia in association with Otter Films and ITV Studios Global EntertainmentEwan McGregor, NarratorYear Million Year Million ' Homo Sapien 2.0 ' Homo Sapien 2.0 ' National Geographic ' RadicalMedia' National Geographic ' RadicalMediaLaurence Fishburne, NarratorOutstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition ProgramOutstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition ProgramMartha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party ' VH1 ' 495 Productions' VH1 ' 495 ProductionsPage 35
Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party ' VH1 ' 495 Productions' VH1 ' 495 ProductionsMartha Stewart, HostSnoop Dogg, HostMasterChef Junior MasterChef Junior ' FOX ' Endemol Shine North America and One Potato Two Potato' FOX ' Endemol Shine North America and One Potato Two PotatoGordon Ramsay, HostMatch Game Match Game ' ABC ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc. and Triple Threat Productions, Inc.' ABC ' FremantleMedia North America, Inc. and Triple Threat Productions, Inc.Alec Baldwin, HostProject Runway Project Runway ' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and Heidi' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and HeidiKlum CompanyKlum CompanyHeidi Klum, HostTim Gunn, Co-HostRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsRuPaul Charles, HostUnited Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell ' CNN ' CNN Original Series, All3Media America, Main Event Media' CNN ' CNN Original Series, All3Media America, Main Event MediaW. Kamau Bell, HostOutstanding Comedy SeriesOutstanding Comedy SeriesAtlanta Atlanta ' FX Networks ' FX Productions' FX Networks ' FX Productionsblack-ish black-ish ' ABC ' ABC Studios' ABC ' ABC StudiosMaster Of None Master Of None ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 Arts' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions, Fremulon and 3 ArtsEntertainmentEntertainmentModern Family Modern Family ' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television in association with Steven Levitan Productions and Picador' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television in association with Steven Levitan Productions and PicadorProductionsProductionsSilicon Valley Silicon Valley ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts Entertainment' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3 Arts EntertainmentUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Little Stranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel Gears' Netflix ' Universal Television, Little Stranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Bevel GearsVeep Veep ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentOutstanding Drama SeriesOutstanding Drama SeriesBetter Call Saul Better Call Saul ' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via ProductionsThe Crown The Crown ' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television' Netflix ' Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionThe Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale ' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson Productions' Hulu ' MGM, Hulu, The Littlefield Company, White Oak Pictures, Daniel Wilson ProductionsHouse Of Cards House Of Cards ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media RightsPage 36
House Of Cards House Of Cards ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media RightsCapitalCapitalStranger Things Stranger Things ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsThis Is Us This Is Us ' NBC ' 20th Century Fox Television' NBC ' 20th Century Fox TelevisionWestworld Westworld ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TelevisionOutstanding Limited SeriesOutstanding Limited SeriesBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and Blossom' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions, Pacific Standard and BlossomFilmsFilmsFargo Fargo ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsFEUD: Bette And Joan FEUD: Bette And Joan ' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television Studios' FX Networks ' Fox 21 Television StudiosGenius Genius ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosThe Night Of The Night Of ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesOutstanding Television MovieOutstanding Television MovieBlack Mirror: San Junipero Black Mirror: San Junipero ' Netflix ' House of Tomorrow' Netflix ' House of TomorrowDolly Parton's Christmas Of Many Colors: Circle Of Love Dolly Parton's Christmas Of Many Colors: Circle Of Love ' NBC ' Dixie Pixie Productions, Magnolia Hill Productions,' NBC ' Dixie Pixie Productions, Magnolia Hill Productions,Warner Bros. TelevisionWarner Bros. TelevisionThe Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks ' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Your Face Goes Here Entertainment and' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Your Face Goes Here Entertainment andHarpo FilmsHarpo FilmsSherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) ' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with Masterpiece' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with MasterpieceThe Wizard Of Lies The Wizard Of Lies ' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana Productions' HBO ' HBO Films in association with Tribeca Productions and Levinson/Fontana ProductionsOutstanding Variety Talk SeriesOutstanding Variety Talk SeriesFull Frontal With Samantha Bee Full Frontal With Samantha Bee ' TBS ' JAX Media' TBS ' JAX MediaPage 37
Jimmy Kimmel Live Jimmy Kimmel Live ' ABC ' ABC Studios in association with Jackhole Industries' ABC ' ABC Studios in association with Jackhole IndustriesLast Week Tonight With John Oliver Last Week Tonight With John Oliver ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen String Jack Productions and' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen String Jack Productions andAvalon TelevisionAvalon TelevisionThe Late Late Show With James Corden The Late Late Show With James Corden ' CBS ' CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73' CBS ' CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73The Late Show With Stephen Colbert The Late Show With Stephen Colbert ' CBS ' CBS Studios' CBS ' CBS StudiosReal Time With Bill Maher Real Time With Bill Maher ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Bill Maher Productions and Brad Grey Television' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Bill Maher Productions and Brad Grey TelevisionOutstanding Variety Sketch SeriesOutstanding Variety Sketch SeriesBilly On The Street Billy On The Street ' truTV ' Funny Or Die' truTV ' Funny Or DieDocumentary Now! Documentary Now! ' IFC ' Broadway Video' IFC ' Broadway VideoDrunk History Drunk History ' Comedy Central ' Gary Sanchez Productions' Comedy Central ' Gary Sanchez ProductionsPortlandia Portlandia ' IFC ' Broadway Video' IFC ' Broadway VideoSaturday Night Live Saturday Night Live ' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video' NBC ' SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway VideoTracey Ullman's Show Tracey Ullman's Show ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Allan McKeown Presents, BBC Productions and DRG' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Allan McKeown Presents, BBC Productions and DRGOutstanding Variety SpecialOutstanding Variety SpecialCarpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017 Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017 ' CBS ' CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73' CBS ' CBS Television Studios, Fulwell 73Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner ' TBS ' JAX Media' TBS ' JAX MediaLouis C.K. 2017 Louis C.K. 2017 ' Netflix ' 3 Arts Entertainment, JAX Media, Pig Newton, Inc.' Netflix ' 3 Arts Entertainment, JAX Media, Pig Newton, Inc.Sarah Silverman: A Speck Of Dust Sarah Silverman: A Speck Of Dust ' Netflix ' Not Left Enough Productions' Netflix ' Not Left Enough ProductionsStephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going To Clean Up This Sh*t? Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going To Clean Up This Sh*t? ' Showtime '' Showtime 'Spartina Productions, Inc.Spartina Productions, Inc.Page 38
Outstanding Special Class ProgramOutstanding Special Class ProgramHairspray Live! Hairspray Live! ' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment' NBC ' Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline EntertainmentThe Oscars The Oscars ' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesSuper Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga ' FOX ' NFL Network' FOX ' NFL Network70th Annual Tony Awards 70th Annual Tony Awards ' CBS ' White Cherry Entertainment' CBS ' White Cherry EntertainmentOutstanding Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesOutstanding Short Form Comedy Or Drama SeriesBrown Girls Brown Girls ' Open TV ' Asghar, Bailey Productions' Open TV ' Asghar, Bailey ProductionsSam Bailey, ProducerFatimah Asghar, ProducerFear The Walking Dead: Passage Fear The Walking Dead: Passage ' AMC.com ' RadicalMedia and AMC Studios' AMC.com ' RadicalMedia and AMC StudiosDave Erickson, Executive ProducerFrank Scherma, Executive ProducerJustin Wilkes, Executive ProducerAndrew Bernstein, ProducerHack Into Broad City Hack Into Broad City ' ComedyCentral.com ' Comedy Central' ComedyCentral.com ' Comedy CentralAbbi Jacobson, Executive ProducerIlana Glazer, Executive ProducerTony Hernandez, Executive ProducerLilly Burns, Executive ProducerKelsie Kiley, ProducerLos Pollos Hermanos Employee Training Los Pollos Hermanos Employee Training ' AMC ' Bacon & Sons' AMC ' Bacon & SonsRob Knox, ProducerMarvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot ' ABCd/ABC.com ' Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios' ABCd/ABC.com ' Marvel Television in association with ABC StudiosGeoffrey Colo, Executive ProducerJed Whedon, Executive ProducerMaurissa Tancharoen, Executive ProducerJeffrey Bell, Executive ProducerJeph Loeb, Executive ProducerJoe Quesada, Executive ProducerOutstanding Short Form Variety SeriesOutstanding Short Form Variety SeriesBehind The Voice Behind The Voice ' YouTube ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' YouTube ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionChad Hines, Executive ProducerAmanda Horning, Supervising ProducerSuzanne Lee, ProducerThe Daily Show - Between The Scenes The Daily Show - Between The Scenes ' TheDailyShow.com ' Central Productions, LLC' TheDailyShow.com ' Central Productions, LLCPage 39
The Daily Show - Between The Scenes The Daily Show - Between The Scenes ' TheDailyShow.com ' Central Productions, LLC' TheDailyShow.com ' Central Productions, LLCJennifer Flanz, Executive ProducerSteve Bodow, Executive ProducerRamin Hedayati, Supervising ProducerJocelyn Conn, Produced byTrevor Noah, HostEpic Rap Battles of History Epic Rap Battles of History ' YouTube ' Maker Studios' YouTube ' Maker StudiosPeter Shukoff, Executive ProducerLloyd Ahlquist, Executive ProducerHonest Trailers Honest Trailers ' YouTube ' DEFY Media' YouTube ' DEFY MediaAndy Signore, Executive ProducerDan Murrell, ProducerSpencer Gilbert, ProducerMichael Bolton, ProducerChristina Kline, ProducerThe Star Wars Show The Star Wars Show ' YouTube ' Lucasfilm Ltd.' YouTube ' Lucasfilm Ltd.Mickey Capoferri, Executive ProducerScott Bromley, ProducerJohn Harper, ProducerAndi Gutierrez, HostOutstanding Short Form Nonfiction Or Reality SeriesOutstanding Short Form Nonfiction Or Reality SeriesCreating Saturday Night Live Creating Saturday Night Live ' NBC ' SNL Studios with Universal Television and NBC Entertainment Digital' NBC ' SNL Studios with Universal Television and NBC Entertainment DigitalLorne Michaels, Executive ProducerOz Rodriguez, Co-Executive ProducerChris Voss, Co-Executive ProducerMichael Scogin, Supervising ProducerErik Kenward, ProducerErin Doyle, ProducerFEUD: Bette And Joan: Inside Look FEUD: Bette And Joan: Inside Look ' FX.com ' FX Networks and M3 Creative' FX.com ' FX Networks and M3 CreativeRyan Murphy, ProducerTanase Popa, ProducerStephanie Gibbons, ProducerKenna McCabe, ProducerSally Daws, ProducerMaureen Timpa, ProducerJay Leno's Garage Jay Leno's Garage ' nbc.com ' NBC Entertainment and Big Dog Productions' nbc.com ' NBC Entertainment and Big Dog ProductionsJay Leno, Executive ProducerKico Velarde, Supervising ProducerHelga Pollock, ProducerTrideev Dasgupta, ProducerDavid Swift, ProducerWalker Dalton, ProducerNational Endowment For The Arts: United States Of Arts National Endowment For The Arts: United States Of Arts ' arts.gov ' Fire Starter Studios' arts.gov ' Fire Starter StudiosKimberly A. Austin, Executive ProducerRachel Klein, Executive ProducerJeffrey Elmont, ProducerBradley Glenn, ProducerViceland At The Women's March Viceland At The Women's March ' Viceland ' VICE Media, LLC' Viceland ' VICE Media, LLCMeghan Kirsch, Executive ProducerNacho Gil, Co-Executive ProducerHannah Gregg, Supervising ProducerPage 40
Outstanding Children's ProgramOutstanding Children's ProgramGirl Meets World Girl Meets World ' Disney Channel ' Michael Jacobs Productions / It's A Laugh Productions' Disney Channel ' Michael Jacobs Productions / It's A Laugh ProductionsMichael Jacobs, Executive ProducerFrank Pace, Co-Executive ProducerMatthew Nelson, Co-Executive ProducerMark Blutman, Co-Executive ProducerJeff Menell, Co-Executive ProducerMacy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 90th Celebration Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 90th Celebration ' NBC ' Brad Lachman Productions, Inc.' NBC ' Brad Lachman Productions, Inc.Brad Lachman, Executive ProducerBill Bracken, Co-Executive ProducerMatt Lachman, ProducerOnce Upon A Sesame Street Christmas Once Upon A Sesame Street Christmas ' HBO ' Sesame Workshop' HBO ' Sesame WorkshopBrown Johnson, Executive ProducerKen Scarborough, Co-Executive ProducerBenjamin Lehmann, Supervising ProducerKaryn Leibovich, ProducerStephanie Longardo, ProducerMindy Fila, ProducerSchool Of Rock School Of Rock ' Nickelodeon ' Nickelodeon in association with Paramount' Nickelodeon ' Nickelodeon in association with ParamountJim Armogida, Executive ProducerSteve Armogida, Executive ProducerJay Kogen, Executive ProducerScott Rudin, Executive ProducerEli Bush, Executive ProducerRichard Linklater, Executive ProducerSteve Skrovan, Co-Executive ProducerSuzie Freeman, Co-Executive ProducerSara Cunningham, Co-Executive ProducerHarry Hannigan, ProducerChris Arrington, Produced byStar Wars Rebels Star Wars Rebels ' Disney XD ' Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.' Disney XD ' Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.Simon Kinberg, Executive ProducerDave Filoni, Executive ProducerHenry Gilroy, Co-Executive ProducerKiri Hart, ProducerCarrie Beck, ProducerAthena Yvette Portillo, ProducerOutstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction SpecialOutstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction SpecialAmanda Knox Amanda Knox ' Netflix ' Plus Pictures ApS' Netflix ' Plus Pictures ApSRod Blackhurst, Produced byBrian McGinn, Produced byMette Heide, Produced by/Executive ProducerStephen Robert Morse, Produced byThe Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years ' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and Imagine' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and ImagineEntertainment in association with Diamond DocsEntertainment in association with Diamond DocsRon Howard, Produced byA House Divided (Vice Special Report) A House Divided (Vice Special Report) ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill Maher' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill MaherPage 41
A House Divided (Vice Special Report) A House Divided (Vice Special Report) ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill Maher' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill MaherProductionsProductionsShane Smith, Executive ProducerJosh Tyrangiel, Executive ProducerJonah Kaplan, Executive ProducerTim Clancy, Executive ProducerBeverly Chase, Supervising ProducerDavid Schankula, Supervising ProducerAlex Chitty, Produced byJane Kozlowski, Produced byL.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later ' A&E ' Entertainment One Reality Productions, Inc. and Creature Films, Inc.' A&E ' Entertainment One Reality Productions, Inc. and Creature Films, Inc.Tara Long, Executive ProducerMark Ford, Executive ProducerKevin Lopez, Executive ProducerJohn Singleton, Executive ProducerBrad Abramson, Executive ProducerShelly Tatro, Executive ProducerOne9, Co-Executive ProducerErik Parker, Co-Executive ProducerNora Donaghy, Producer13th 13th ' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo Films' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo FilmsAngus Wall, Executive ProducerJason Sterman, Executive ProducerSpencer Averick, ProducerAva DuVernay, Produced byHoward Barish, Produced byOutstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction SeriesOutstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction SeriesAmerican Masters American Masters ' PBS ' Loki Films, LLC and Thirteen Productions, LLC for WNET' PBS ' Loki Films, LLC and Thirteen Productions, LLC for WNETMichael Kantor, Executive ProducerJunko Tsunashima, Supervising ProducerJulie Sacks, Series ProducerSuzanne Hillinger, ProducerBrent Miller, ProducerChef's Table Chef's Table ' Netflix ' House of Tomorrow' Netflix ' House of TomorrowDavid Gelb, Executive ProducerAndrew Fried, Executive ProducerBrian McGinn, Executive ProducerMatthew Weaver, Executive ProducerDane Lillegard, Co-Executive ProducerThe Keepers The Keepers ' Netflix ' Film 45 and Tripod Media' Netflix ' Film 45 and Tripod MediaJessica Hargrave, Executive ProducerRyan White, Executive ProducerJosh Braun, Executive ProducerMatthew Goldberg, Co-Executive ProducerBrandon Carroll, Co-Executive ProducerPlanet Earth II Planet Earth II ' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC America' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC AmericaMichael Gunton, Executive ProducerTom Hugh-Jones, Series ProducerElizabeth White, Produced by30 For 30 30 For 30 ' ESPN ' ESPN Films' ESPN ' ESPN FilmsPage 42
30 For 30 30 For 30 ' ESPN ' ESPN Films' ESPN ' ESPN FilmsConnor Schell, Executive ProducerJohn Dahl, Executive ProducerLibby Geist, Executive ProducerJudd Apatow, Executive ProducerMichael Bonfiglio, Executive ProducerDave O'Connor, Executive ProducerJenna Anthony, Produced byOutstanding Informational Series Or SpecialOutstanding Informational Series Or SpecialAnthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown ' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.Anthony Bourdain, Executive ProducerChristopher Collins, Executive ProducerLydia Tenaglia, Executive ProducerSandra Zweig, Executive ProducerTom Vitale, ProducerJeffrey D. Allen, ProducerInside The Actors Studio Inside The Actors Studio ' Bravo ' In The Moment Productions' Bravo ' In The Moment ProductionsJames Lipton, Executive ProducerShawn Tesser, Produced byJeff Wurtz, Produced byLeah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath Leah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath ' A&E ' The Intellectual Property Corporation in association with No' A&E ' The Intellectual Property Corporation in association with NoSeriously ProductionsSeriously ProductionsEli Holzman, Executive ProducerAaron Saidman, Executive ProducerLeah Remini, Executive ProducerAlex Weresow, Executive ProducerDevon Graham Hammonds, Executive ProducerErin Gamble, Co-Executive ProducerRachelle Mendez, Co-Executive ProducerJeana Dill, Supervising ProducerStarTalk With Neil deGrasse Tyson StarTalk With Neil deGrasse Tyson ' National Geographic ' National Geographic Studios' National Geographic ' National Geographic StudiosNeil deGrasse Tyson, Executive Producer / HostHelen Matsos, Executive ProducerBrian Lovett, Executive ProducerDrew Pulley, Executive ProducerMichael J. Miller, Executive ProducerVice Vice ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill Maher Productions' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with VICE Media, LLC and Bill Maher ProductionsShane Smith, Executive ProducerJonah Kaplan, Executive ProducerTim Clancy, Executive ProducerBill Maher, Executive ProducerBeverly Chase, Supervising ProducerDavid Schankula, Supervising ProducerBen Anderson, Senior ProducerExceptional Merit In Documentary FilmmakingExceptional Merit In Documentary FilmmakingBright Lights: Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds Starring Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds ' HBO ' HBO Documentary Films in association with Bloomfish' HBO ' HBO Documentary Films in association with BloomfishPage 43
Bright Lights: Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds Starring Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds ' HBO ' HBO Documentary Films in association with Bloomfish' HBO ' HBO Documentary Films in association with BloomfishPictures and RatPac Documentary FilmsPictures and RatPac Documentary FilmsAlexis Bloom, Produced byFisher Stevens, Produced bySheila Nevins, Executive ProducerBrett Ratner, Executive ProducerNancy Abraham, Senior ProducerLA 92 LA 92 ' National Geographic ' Lightbox' National Geographic ' LightboxTJ Martin, A Film byDan Lindsay, A Film byJonathan Chinn, Produced bySimon Chinn, Produced byO.J.: Made In America O.J.: Made In America ' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow Films' ESPN ' ESPN Films and Laylow FilmsEzra Edelman, Produced byCaroline Waterlow, Produced byConnor Schell, Executive ProducerLibby Geist, Executive ProducerTamara Rosenberg, ProducerNina Krstic, ProducerOklahoma City (American Experience) Oklahoma City (American Experience) ' PBS ' Ark Media Productions' PBS ' Ark Media ProductionsBarak Goodman, Produced byEmily Singer Chapman, Produced byMark Samels, Executive ProducerSusan Bellows, Senior ProducerThe White Helmets The White Helmets ' Netflix ' Grain Media / Violet Films' Netflix ' Grain Media / Violet FilmsJoanna Natasegara, Produced byOutstanding Structured Reality ProgramOutstanding Structured Reality ProgramAntiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow ' PBS ' WGBH Educational Foundation' PBS ' WGBH Educational FoundationMarsha Bemko, Executive ProducerSam Farrell, Supervising ProducerSarah K. Elliott, ProducerDiners, Drive-Ins and Dives Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives ' Food Network ' Citizen Pictures' Food Network ' Citizen PicturesGuy Fieri, Executive Producer / HostFrank Matson, Executive ProducerTim McOsker, Executive ProducerJen Darrow, Supervising ProducerFixer Upper Fixer Upper ' HGTV ' High Noon Entertainment' HGTV ' High Noon EntertainmentJim Berger, Executive ProducerScott Feeley, Executive ProducerGlenna Stacer Sayles, Executive ProducerMichael Matsumoto, Executive ProducerRobert Zimmerman, Co-Executive ProducerCandice Grubb, Supervising ProducerLip Sync Battle Lip Sync Battle ' Spike TV ' Casey Patterson Entertainment, Matador, Eight Million Plus Productions, Sunday Night' Spike TV ' Casey Patterson Entertainment, Matador, Eight Million Plus Productions, Sunday NightPage 44
Lip Sync Battle Lip Sync Battle ' Spike TV ' Casey Patterson Entertainment, Matador, Eight Million Plus Productions, Sunday Night' Spike TV ' Casey Patterson Entertainment, Matador, Eight Million Plus Productions, Sunday NightProductions, Four Eyes EntertainmentProductions, Four Eyes EntertainmentCasey Patterson, Executive ProducerJay Peterson, Executive ProducerJohn Krasinski, Executive ProducerStephen Merchant, Executive ProducerJames McKinlay, Executive ProducerLeah Culton Gonzalez, Co-Executive ProducerPete DiObilda, Co-Executive ProducerGenna Gintzig, Supervising ProducerLL Cool J, ProducerDanielle Flora, ProducerShark Tank Shark Tank ' ABC ' MGM Television in association with Sony Pictures Television' ABC ' MGM Television in association with Sony Pictures TelevisionMark Burnett, Executive ProducerClay Newbill, Executive ProducerYun Lingner, Executive ProducerPhil Gurin, Executive ProducerMax Swedlow, Co-Executive ProducerBrandon Wallace, Co-Executive ProducerBecky Blitz, Supervising ProducerSami Aziz, Senior ProducerHeather Dreiling, Senior ProducerMichael Kramer, Senior ProducerShaun Polakow, Senior ProducerLaura Roush, Senior ProducerKate Ryu, Senior ProducerDominique Worden, ProducerWho Do You Think You Are? Who Do You Think You Are? ' TLC ' Shed Media & Is Or Isn't Entertainment' TLC ' Shed Media & Is Or Isn't EntertainmentAlex Graham, Executive ProducerPam Healey, Executive ProducerLisa Kudrow, Executive ProducerDan Bucatinsky, Executive ProducerStephanie Schwam, Executive ProducerNancy Daniels, Executive ProducerHoward Lee, Executive ProducerCameo Wallace, Senior Executive ProducerAnna Pousho, Co-Executive ProducerJustin Robertson, Supervising ProducerAleta Rozanski, Supervising ProducerOutstanding Unstructured Reality ProgramOutstanding Unstructured Reality ProgramBorn This Way Born This Way ' A&E ' Bunim/Murray Productions' A&E ' Bunim/Murray ProductionsGil Goldschein, Executive ProducerJonathan Murray, Executive ProducerLaura Korkoian, Executive ProducerElaine Frontain Bryant, Executive ProducerShelly Tatro, Executive ProducerDrew Tappon, Executive ProducerKasey Barrett, Co-Executive ProducerTrifari White, Supervising ProducerMillie Taggart-Ratcliffe, Supervising ProducerJarrod Burt, ProducerJacob Lane, ProducerDeadliest Catch Deadliest Catch ' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLC' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLCPage 45
Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch ' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLC' Discovery Channel ' Original Productions, LLCThom Beers, Executive ProducerPhilip David Segal, Executive ProducerSarah Whalen, Executive ProducerR. Decker Watson, Jr., Executive ProducerJoseph Boyle, Executive ProducerGeoff Miller, Supervising ProducerArom Starr-Paul, Supervising ProducerJosh Earl, Supervising ProducerGaycation With Ellen Page Gaycation With Ellen Page ' Viceland ' VICE Media, LLC' Viceland ' VICE Media, LLCEllen Page, Executive ProducerIan Daniel, Executive ProducerNiharika Desai, Executive ProducerNomi Ernst Leidner, Executive ProducerBernardo Loyola, Executive ProducerShane Smith, Executive ProducerEddy Moretti, Executive ProducerSpike Jonze, Executive ProducerIntervention Intervention ' A&E ' GRB Entertainment, Inc.' A&E ' GRB Entertainment, Inc.Gary R. Benz, Executive ProducerMichael Branton, Executive ProducerTom Greenhut, Executive ProducerBrad Holcman, Executive ProducerLaurie Sharpe, Executive ProducerPeter Field, Co-Executive ProducerPJ Davenport, Co-Executive ProducerCarl Swanson, Supervising ProducerKaren Pinto, Supervising ProducerRuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked ' YouTube ' World of Wonder Productions' YouTube ' World of Wonder ProductionsRandy Barbato, Executive ProducerFenton Bailey, Executive ProducerTom Campbell, Executive ProducerRuPaul Charles, Executive ProducerSteven Corfe, Executive ProducerKenneth Leslie, Co-Executive ProducerUnited Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell ' CNN ' CNN Original Series, All3Media America, Main Event Media' CNN ' CNN Original Series, All3Media America, Main Event MediaJimmy Fox, Executive ProducerGregory J. Lipstone, Executive ProducerLayla Smith, Executive ProducerW. Kamau Bell, Executive ProducerDonny Jackson, Executive ProducerJustin Yungfleisch, Co-Executive ProducerSteven Dickert, Co-Executive ProducerDavid E.J. Berger, Supervising ProducerAmy Entelis, Executive ProducerLizzie Fox, Executive ProducerOutstanding Reality-Competition ProgramOutstanding Reality-Competition ProgramThe Amazing Race The Amazing Race ' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.Page 46
The Amazing Race The Amazing Race ' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.' CBS ' WorldRace Productions, Inc.Bertram van Munster, Executive ProducerElise Doganieri, Executive ProducerJerry Bruckheimer, Executive ProducerJonathan Littman, Executive ProducerMark Vertullo, Executive ProducerMatt Schmidt, Co-Executive ProducerPatrick Cariaga, Co-Executive ProducerPhil Keoghan, Co-Executive ProducerDarren Bunkley, Supervising ProducerNeil Jahss, Supervising ProducerMicheal DiMaggio, Supervising ProducerAdy Ryf, Supervising ProducerSydney Leier, Senior ProducerErica Roby, Senior ProducerSarah Stallard, Senior ProducerJack Walworth, Senior ProducerAmerican Ninja Warrior American Ninja Warrior ' NBC ' A. Smith & Co. Productions in association with Esquire Network' NBC ' A. Smith & Co. Productions in association with Esquire NetworkArthur Smith, Executive ProducerKent Weed, Executive ProducerAnthony Storm, Executive ProducerBrian Richardson, Executive ProducerKristen Stabile, Co-Executive ProducerBriana Vowels, Supervising ProducerD. Max Poris, Supervising ProducerDavid Markus, Supervising ProducerJ.D. Pruess, Supervising ProducerJonathan Provost, Supervising ProducerRoyce Toni, Supervising ProducerZayna Abi-Hashim, Supervising ProducerProject Runway Project Runway ' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and Heidi' Lifetime ' The Weinstein Company, Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment and HeidiKlum CompanyKlum CompanyHarvey Weinstein, Executive ProducerBob Weinstein, Executive ProducerJonathan Murray, Executive ProducerSara Rea, Executive ProducerColleen Sands, Executive ProducerHeidi Klum, Executive ProducerJane Cha, Executive ProducerDesiree Gruber, Executive ProducerMary Donahue, Executive ProducerDavid Hillman, Executive ProducerPatrick Reardon, Executive ProducerBarbara Schneeweiss, Executive ProducerGil Goldschein, Co-Executive ProducerTeri Weideman, Co-Executive ProducerCosmo De Ceglie, Supervising ProducerSue Kinkead, Supervising ProducerGlenn Morgan, Supervising ProducerBlue Benenati, Supervising ProducerTim Gunn, ProducerRuPaul's Drag Race RuPaul's Drag Race ' VH1 ' World of Wonder Productions' VH1 ' World of Wonder ProductionsFenton Bailey, Executive ProducerRandy Barbato, Executive ProducerTom Campbell, Executive ProducerRuPaul Charles, Executive ProducerMandy Salangsang, Executive ProducerSteven Corfe, Executive ProducerMichele Mills, Co-Executive ProducerJacqueline Wilson, Co-Executive ProducerPage 47
Top Chef Top Chef ' Bravo ' Magical Elves' Bravo ' Magical ElvesDan Cutforth, Executive ProducerJane Lipsitz, Executive ProducerDoneen Arquines, Executive ProducerCasey Kriley, Executive ProducerGaylen Gawlowski, Executive ProducerTom Colicchio, Executive ProducerPadma Lakshmi, Executive ProducerErica Ross, Co-Executive ProducerPatrick Schmedeman, Co-Executive ProducerBlake Davis, Co-Executive ProducerScott Patch, Co-Executive ProducerElida Carbajal Araiza, Supervising ProducerDaniel Calin, Supervising ProducerZoe Jackson, Senior ProducerThe Voice The Voice ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionJohn De Mol, Executive ProducerMark Burnett, Executive ProducerAudrey Morrissey, Executive ProducerJay Bienstock, Executive ProducerLee Metzger, Executive ProducerChad Hines, Executive ProducerKyra Thompson, Co-Executive ProducerMike Yurchuk, Co-Executive ProducerAmanda Zucker, Co-Executive ProducerAnthea Bhargava, Supervising ProducerKeith Dinielli, Supervising ProducerMay Johnson, Supervising ProducerClyde Lieberman, Supervising ProducerTeddy Valenti, Supervising ProducerAshley Baumann-Sylvester, Senior ProducerBarton Kimball, Senior ProducerBrittany Martin Porter, Senior ProducerKyley Tucker, Senior ProducerAmanda Silva Borden, ProducerCarson Daly, ProducerDan Paschen, ProducerOutstanding Sound Editing For A SeriesOutstanding Sound Editing For A SeriesBlack Sails Black Sails ' XXXVII ' XXXVII ' Starz ' Platinum Dunes and Quaker Moving Pictures in association with Starz Originals' Starz ' Platinum Dunes and Quaker Moving Pictures in association with Starz OriginalsBenjamin Cook, Sound SupervisorStefan Henrix, ADR SupervisorMike Szakmeister, Dialogue EditorShaugnessy Hare, Sound Effects EditorTim Tuchrello, Sound Effects EditorBrett Voss, Sound Effects EditorMichael Baber, Music EditorJeffrey Wilhoit, Foley ArtistDylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, Foley ArtistGotham Gotham ' Destiny Calling ' Destiny Calling ' FOX ' Warner Bros. Television' FOX ' Warner Bros. TelevisionPage 48
Gotham Gotham ' Destiny Calling ' Destiny Calling ' FOX ' Warner Bros. Television' FOX ' Warner Bros. TelevisionGeorge Haddad, Sound SupervisorChad J. Hughes, Sound DesignerDale Chaloukian, Sound EditorDavid Barbee, Sound EditorJulie Altus, Sound EditorAshley Revell, Music EditorJoey Sabella, Foley ArtistJoanie Rowe, Foley ArtistHomeland Homeland ' America First ' America First ' Showtime ' Fox 21 Television Studios, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions,' Showtime ' Fox 21 Television Studios, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions,KeshetKeshetCraig A. Dellinger, Sound SupervisorRyne Gierke, Dialogue EditorEric Raber, Sound Effects EditorShawn Kennelly, Foley EditorJeff Charbonneau, Music EditorMelissa Kennelly, Foley ArtistVince Nicastro, Foley ArtistStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsBradley North, Sound SupervisorCraig Henighan, Sound EditorJordan Wilby, Sound EditorJonathan Golodner, Sound EditorTiffany S. Griffth, Sound EditorSam Munoz, Foley EditorDavid Klotz, Music EditorNoel Vought, Foley ArtistGinger Geary, Foley ArtistWestworld Westworld ' The Bicameral Mind ' The Bicameral Mind ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionThomas E. deGorter, MPSE, Sound SupervisorMatthew Sawelson, MPSE, ADR EditorBrian Armstrong, Dialogue EditorFred Paragano, Dialogue EditorMark Allen, Sound Effects EditorMarc Glassman, Sound Effects EditorSebastian Visconti, Sound EditorGeordy Sincavage, Sound EditorMichael Head, Sound EditorChristopher Kaller, Music EditorRick Owens, Foley ArtistTara Blume Norton, Foley ArtistOutstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialOutstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie Or SpecialAmerican Horror Story: Roanoke American Horror Story: Roanoke ' Chapter 1 ' Chapter 1 ' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox Television' FX Networks ' Twentieth Century Fox TelevisionGary Megregian, MPSE, Sound SupervisorSteve M. Stuhr, Dialogue EditorJason Krane, MPSE, Dialogue EditorTimothy A. Cleveland, Sound Effects EditorPaul Diller, MPSE, Sound Effects EditorDavid Klotz, Music EditorNoel Vought, Foley ArtistFargo Fargo ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsPage 49
Fargo Fargo ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsNick Forshager, Sound SupervisorJoe Bracciale, ADR EditorMartin Gwynn Jones, Dialogue EditorBrent Pickett, Dialogue EditorClaire Dobson, Dialogue EditorRobert Bertola, Sound Effects EditorAlex Bullick, Sound Effects EditorTyler Whitham, Sound Effects EditorMatt Decker, Music EditorJohn Elliot, Foley ArtistGenius Genius ' Einstein: Chapter One ' Einstein: Chapter One ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosDaniel Pagan, Sound SupervisorErich Gann, ADR EditorArielle McGrail, Dialogue EditorBill Bell, Foley EditorNicholas Fitzgerald, Music EditorTim Chilton, Foley ArtistJill Sanders, Foley ArtistThe Night Of The Night Of ' Subtle Beast ' Subtle Beast ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesNicholas Renbeck, Sound SupervisorMarissa Littlefield, Supervising ADR EditorSteve Visscher, Supervising Foley EditorRuth Hernandez, ADR EditorSara Stern, Dialogue EditorLuciano Vignola, Dialogue EditorOdin Benitez, Dialogue EditorRuy Garcia, Sound Effects EditorWyatt Sprague, Sound Effects EditorWarren Shaw, Sound Effects EditorRoland Vajs, Sound Effects EditorHeather Gross, Foley EditorDan Evans Farkas, Music EditorGrant Conway, Music EditorMarko Costanzo, Foley ArtistSherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) ' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with Masterpiece' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with MasterpieceDouglas Sinclair, Supervising Sound EditorJon Salmon-Joyce, Sound Effects EditorStuart McCowan, Sound Effects EditorPaul McFadden, Dialogue EditorHoward Bargroff, Sound EditorNathan Palmer, Sound EditorJamie Talbutt, Foley EditorRael Jones, Music EditorSue Harding, Foley ArtistOutstanding Sound Editing For A Nonfiction Program (Single Or Multi-Outstanding Sound Editing For A Nonfiction Program (Single Or Multi-Camera)Camera)Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown ' Hanoi ' Hanoi ' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.' CNN ' Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.Benny Mouthon, Sound DesignThe Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years ' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and Imagine' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and ImaginePage 50
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years ' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and Imagine' Hulu ' Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and ImagineEntertainment in association with Diamond DocsEntertainment in association with Diamond DocsJon Michaels, Sound SupervisorHarrison Meyle, Dialogue EditorDan Kenyon, Sound Effects EditorWill Digby, Sound Effects EditorMelissa Muik, Music EditorLeah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath Leah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath ' Golden Era ' Golden Era ' A&E ' The Intellectual Property Corporation in association' A&E ' The Intellectual Property Corporation in associationwith No Seriously Productionswith No Seriously ProductionsDavid Crocco, Sound SupervisorRolando Nadal, Sound EditorPlanet Earth II Planet Earth II ' Cities ' Cities ' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC America' BBC America ' A BBC Studios Natural History Unit Production in co-production with BBC AmericaKate Hopkins, Sound EditorTim Owens, Sound Editor13th 13th ' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo Films' Netflix ' Forward Movement, LLC and Kandoo FilmsTim Boggs, Sound SupervisorAlex Lee, Sound EditorJulie Pierce, Music EditorLise Richardson, Music EditorOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)Better Call Saul Better Call Saul ' Witness ' Witness ' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions' AMC ' Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via ProductionsLarry Benjamin, Re-Recording MixerKevin Valentine, Re-Recording MixerPhilip W. Palmer, Production MixerHouse Of Cards House Of Cards ' Chapter 53 ' Chapter 53 ' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with' Netflix ' Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association withMedia Rights CapitalMedia Rights CapitalNathan Nance, Re-Recording MixerScott R. Lewis, Re-Recording MixerLorenzo Milan, Production MixerMr. Robot Mr. Robot ' eps2.8_h1dden-pr0cess.axx ' eps2.8_h1dden-pr0cess.axx ' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous Content' USA ' Universal Cable Productions and Anonymous ContentJohn W. Cook II, Re-Recording MixerBill Freesh, Re-Recording MixerWilliam Sarokin, Production MixerPaul Drenning, ADR MixerStranger Things Stranger Things ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Chapter Eight: The Upside Down ' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre Productions' Netflix ' 21 Laps Entertainment and Monkey Massacre ProductionsJoe Barnett, Re-Recording MixerAdam Jenkins, Re-Recording MixerChris Durfy, CAS, Production MixerBill Higley, CAS, ADR MixerWestworld Westworld ' The Bicameral Mind ' The Bicameral Mind ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros.TelevisionTelevisionKeith Rogers, Re-Recording MixerScott Weber, Re-Recording MixerRoger Stevenson, Production MixerKyle O'Neal, ADR MixerOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Limited Series Or MovieOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Limited Series Or MovieBig Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Page 51
Big Little Lies Big Little Lies ' You Get What You Need ' You Get What You Need ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with David E. Kelley Productions,Pacific Standard and Blossom FilmsPacific Standard and Blossom FilmsGavin Fernandes, CAS, Re-Recording MixerLouis Gignac, Re-Recording MixerBrendan Beebe, Production MixerFargo Fargo ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' Who Rules The Land Of Denial? ' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX Productions' FX Networks ' MGM Television and FX ProductionsMartin Lee, Re-Recording MixerKirk Lynds, CAS, Re-Recording MixerMichael Playfair, Production MixerMichael Perftt, Scoring MixerGenius Genius ' Einstein: Chapter One ' Einstein: Chapter One ' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television Studios' National Geographic ' Imagine Television and Fox 21 Television StudiosBob Bronow, Re-Recording MixerMark Hensley, Re-Recording MixerPetr Forejt, Production MixerThe Night Of The Night Of ' The Beach ' The Beach ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film RitesNicholas Renbeck, Re-Recording MixerMichael Barry, Re-Recording MixerFelix Andrew, Production MixerLarry Hoff, Production MixerSherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece) ' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with Masterpiece' PBS ' Hartswood Films in co-production with MasterpieceHoward Bargroff, Re-Recording MixerJohn Mooney, Production MixerPeter Gleaves, ADR MixerNick Wollage, Music MixerOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) AndOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) AndAnimationAnimationMaster Of None Master Of None ' The Dinner Party ' The Dinner Party ' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions,' Netflix ' Universal Television, Oh Brudder Productions, Alan Yang Productions,Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentFremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentJoshua Berger, Re-Recording MixerMichael Barosky, Production MixerModern Family Modern Family ' Basketball ' Basketball ' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television in association with Steven Levitan Productions and' ABC ' 20th Century Fox Television in association with Steven Levitan Productions andPicador ProductionsPicador ProductionsDean Okrand, Re-Recording MixerBrian R. Harman, Re-Recording MixerStephen A. Tibbo, Production MixerMozart In The Jungle Mozart In The Jungle ' Now I Will Sing ' Now I Will Sing ' Amazon ' Amazon Studios' Amazon ' Amazon StudiosAndy D'Addario, Re-Recording MixerGary Gegan, Re-Recording MixerMarco Fiumara, Production MixerSilicon Valley Silicon Valley ' Intellectual Property ' Intellectual Property ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg and 3Arts EntertainmentArts EntertainmentElmo Ponsdomenech, Re-Recording MixerTodd Beckett, Re-Recording MixerBen Patrick, CAS, Production MixerVeep Veep ' Omaha ' Omaha ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment' HBO ' HBO EntertainmentJohn W. Cook II, Re-Recording MixerBill Freesh, Re-Recording MixerBill MacPherson, Production MixerPage 52
Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Variety Series Or SpecialOutstanding Sound Mixing For A Variety Series Or Special59th Grammy Awards 59th Grammy Awards ' CBS ' AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLC' CBS ' AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLCJosh Morton, Post Audio MixerThomas Holmes, Production MixerMikael Stewart, FOH Production MixerEric Schilling, Broadcast Music MixerJohn Harris, Broadcast Music MixerRon Reaves, FOH MixerThomas Pesa, Stage Foldback MixerMichael Parker, Stage Foldback MixerEric Johnston, Playback Music MixerPablo Munguia, Pro Tools MixerBob LaMasney, Sweetening MixerLast Week Tonight With John Oliver Last Week Tonight With John Oliver ' Sub-Prime Auto Loans ' Sub-Prime Auto Loans ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Sixteen' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with SixteenString Jack Productions and Avalon TelevisionString Jack Productions and Avalon TelevisionSteve Watson, Production MixerCharlie Jones, Sound Effects MixerSteve Lettie, FOH PA MixerJonathan Herrera, Monitor MixerThe Oscars The Oscars ' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' ABC ' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesKristian Pedregon, Re-Recording MixerPaul Sandweiss, Broadcast Production MixerTommy Vicari, Music MixerPablo Munguia, Protools MixerPat Baltzell, House PA MixerMichael Parker, Monitor MixerBob LaMasney, Supplemental Audio MixerJohn Perez, VO MixerTom Pesa, Orchestra Monitor MixerBrian Flanzbaum, Orchestra Monitor Mixer2017 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony 2017 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony ' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Playtone, Line by' HBO ' HBO Entertainment in association with Playtone, Line byLine Productions, Alex Coletti Productions and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame FoundationLine Productions, Alex Coletti Productions and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame FoundationAl Centrella, Production MixerSusan Pelino, Music MixerJay Vicari, Music MixerDave Natale, FOH MixerErik Von Ranson, FOH MixerSimon Welch, Monitor MixerSuper Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga ' FOX ' NFL Network' FOX ' NFL NetworkPaul Sandweiss, Production MixerChristian Schrader, Re-Recording MixerAlex Guessard, FOH MixerSimon Higgs, Monitor MixerTom Pesa, Monitor MixerPaul Ramsay, Music MixerPablo Munguia, Pro Tools MixerAndre Bowman, Pro Tools MixerThe Voice The Voice ' Season Finale ' Season Finale ' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television' NBC ' MGM Television, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted TelevisionPage 53
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Chicago Tribune reports the GOP operative who worked to get hacked Clinton emails committed suicide
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:42
Peter Smith was a longtime Republican operative who was reportedly working to obtain Hillary Clinton's emails from Russian hackers and turn them over to Michael Flynn at the Trump campaign:
In the interview with the Journal, Mr. Smith said he and his colleagues found five groups of hackers who claimed to possess Mrs. Clinton's deleted emails, including two groups he determined were Russians.
''We knew the people who had these were probably around the Russian government,'' Mr. Smith said.
He died 10 days after the interview with that Wall Street Journal and until now, the cause of his death had not been reported. The Chicago Tribune is now reporting he committed suicide:
Republican donor and operative from Chicago's North Shore who said he had tried to obtain Hillary Clinton's missing emails from Russian hackers killed himself in a Minnesota hotel room days after talking to the Wall Street Journal about his efforts, public records show.
In a room at a Rochester hotel used almost exclusively by Mayo Clinic patients and relatives, Peter W. Smith, 81, left a carefully prepared file of documents, which includes a statement police called a suicide note in which he said he was in ill health and a life insurance policy was expiring.
Days earlier, the financier from suburban Lake Forest gave an interview to the Journal about his quest, and it published stories about his efforts beginning in late June. The Journal also reported it had seen emails written by Smith showing his team considered retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, then a top adviser to Republican Donald Trump's campaign, as an ally. Flynn briefly was President Trump's national security adviser and resigned after it was determined he had failed to disclose contacts with Russia.
Haiti Official, Who Exposed The Clinton Foundation, Found Dead In Miami
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:46
Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official who was expected to expose the extent of Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice next week, has been found dead in Miami. He was 50.
Eberwein was due to appear next Tuesday before the Haitian Senate Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission where he was widely expected to testify that the Clinton Foundation misappropriated Haiti earthquake donations from international donors.
According to Miami-Dade's medical examiner records supervisor, the official cause of death is ''gunshot to the head''. Eberwein's death has been registered as ''suicide.''
Eberwein, who had acknowledged his life was in danger, was a fierce critic of the Clinton Foundation's activities in the Caribbean island, where he served as director general of the government's economic development agency, Fonds d'assistance (C)conomique et social, for three years.
According to Eberwein, a paltry 0.6% of donations granted by international donors to the Clinton Foundation with the express purpose of directly assisting Haitians actually ended up in the hands of Haitian organizations. A further 9.6% ended up with the Haitian government. The remaining 89.8% '' or $5.4 billion '' was funneled to non-Haitian organizations.
''The Clinton Foundation, they are criminals, they are thieves, they are liars, they are a disgrace,'' Eberwein said at a protest outside the Clinton Foundation headquarters in Manhattan last year.
The former director general of Haiti, who also served as an advisor to Haitian President Michel Martelly, was also a partner in a popular pizza restaurant in Haiti, Muncheez, and even has a pizza '-- the Klaus Special '-- named after him.
According to the Haiti Libre newspaper, Eberwein was said to be in ''good spirits'', with plans for the future. His close friends and business partners are shocked by the idea he may have committed suicide.
''It's really shocking,'' said Muncheez's owner Gilbert Bailly. ''We grew up together; he was like family.''
Bailly said he last spoke to Eberwein two weeks ago and he was in good spirits. They were excited about future business plans and were working on opening a Muncheez restaurant in Sunrise, he said.
The Haitian government issued an official notice thanking Eberwein for his service and mourning his untimely death.
''The Directorate General of FAES presents its sympathies to the bereaved families, friends and collaborator that this mourning afflicts. The FAES flag will be flown at half-mast from Wednesday 12th to Tuesday 18th July 2017. May his soul rest in peace,'' Charles Ernest Chatelier, director general.
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Former Haitian government official commits suicide in Miami | Miami Herald
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:47
Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official, was found dead Tuesday in a South Dade motel room in what the Miami-Dade medical examiner's office is ruling a suicide.
''He shot himself in the head,'' said Veronica Lamar, Miami-Dade medical examiner records supervisor. She listed his time of death at 12:19 p.m.
The address where Eberwein's body was discovered according to police, 14501 S. Dixie Hwy., is a Quality Inn.
A supporter of former Haitian President Michel Martelly, Eberwein served as director general of the government's economic development agency, Fonds d'assistance (C)conomique et social, better known as FAES. He held the position from May 2012 until February 2015 when he was replaced. He was also a partner in a popular pizza restaurant in Haiti, Muncheez, and has a pizza '-- the Klaus Special '-- named after him.
''It's really shocking,'' said Muncheez's owner Gilbert Bailly. ''We grew up together; he was like family.''
Bailly said he last spoke to Eberwein, 50, two weeks ago and he was in good spirits. They were working on opening a Muncheez restaurant in Sunrise, he said.
But it appears that Eberwein had fallen on hard times. An Uber spokesperson confirmed that he worked as a driver for awhile in South Florida.
During and after his government tenure, Eberwein faced allegations of fraud and corruption on how the agency he headed administered funds. Among the issues was FAES' oversight of shoddy construction of several schools built after Haiti's devastating Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake.
Eberwein was scheduled to appear Tuesday before the Haitian Senate's Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, the head of the commission, Sen. Evali¨re Beauplan confirmed. The commission is investigating the management of PetroCaribe funds, the money Haiti receives from Venezuela's discounted oil program.
Brexit
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Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:31
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Oregon To Decriminalize Meth, Cocaine | The Daily Caller
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:20
The Oregon legislature passed two bills Thursday decriminalizing small amounts of six hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and ecstasy.
The first of the two bills now headed to the governor's desk, HB 2355, decriminalizes possession of the drugs so long as the offender has neither a felony nor more than two prior drug convictions on record, according to the Lund Report. The second, HB 3078, reduces drug-related property crimes from felonies to misdemeanors.
Republican State Sen. Jackie Winters claimed the war on drugs as it currently exists amounts to ''institutional racism'' due to how more frequently minorities are charged with drug crimes than whites.
''There is empirical evidence that there are certain things that follow race. We don't like to look at the disparity in our prison system,'' Winters said during a hearing. ''It is institutional racism. We can pretend it doesn't exist, but it does.''
The second bill reduces mandatory minimum sentences for many property crimes and also increases the number of previous convictions necessary for a felony charge. It provides $7 million in funding for diversion programs to help lower Oregon's prison population.
Winters and other supporters of the bills argue the answer to America's drug crisis is treatment, not prison time.
''It would be like putting them in the state penitentiary for having diabetes,'' Democratic Rep. Mitch Greenlick told the Lund Report. ''This is a chronic brain disorder and it needs to be treated this way.''
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Syria
Trump ends covert CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels in Syria, a move sought by Moscow - The Washington Post
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 11:37
President Trump has decided to end the CIA's covert program to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels battling the government of Bashar al-Assad, a move long sought by Russia, according to U.S. officials.
The program was a central plank of a policy begun by the Obama administration in 2013 to put pressure on Assad to step aside, but even its backers have questioned its efficacy since Russia deployed forces in Syria two years later.
Officials said the phasing out of the secret program reflects Trump's interest in finding ways to work with Russia, which saw the anti-Assad program as an assault on its interests. The shuttering of the program is also an acknowledgment of Washington's limited leverage and desire to remove Assad from power.
Just three months ago, after the United States accused Assad of using chemical weapons, Trump launched retaliatory airstrikes against a Syrian air base. At the time, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, said that ''in no way do we see peace in that area with Assad at the head of the Syrian government.''
Officials said Trump made the decision to scrap the CIA program nearly a month ago, after an Oval Office meeting with CIA Director Mike Pompeo and national security adviser H.R. McMaster ahead of a July 7 meeting in Germany with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
How Trump is changing America's foreign policy Spokesmen for the National Security Council and the CIA declined to comment.
After the Trump-Putin meeting, the United States and Russia announced an agreement to back a new cease-fire in southwest Syria, along the Jordanian border, where many of the CIA-backed rebels have long operated. Trump described the limited cease-fire deal as one of the benefits of a constructive working relationship with Moscow.
The move to end the secret program to arm the anti-Assad rebels was not a condition of the cease-fire negotiations, which were already well underway, said U.S. officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the secret program.
Trump's dealings with Russia have been under heavy scrutiny because of the investigations into the Kremlin's interference in the 2016 election. The decision on the CIA-backed rebels will be welcomed by Moscow, which focused its firepower on those fighters after it intervened in Syria in 2015.
Some current and former officials who support the program cast the move as a major concession.
''This is a momentous decision,'' said a current official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a covert program. ''Putin won in Syria.''
With the end of the CIA program, U.S. involvement in Syria now consists of a vigorous air campaign against the Islamic State and a Pentagon-run train-and-equip program in support of the largely Kurdish rebel force that is advancing on Islamic State strongholds in Raqqa and along the Euphrates River valley. The Trump administration's long-term strategy, following the defeat of the Islamic State, appears to be focused on stitching together a series of regional cease-fire deals among the U.S.-backed rebels, the Syrian government and Russia.
Syrian President Bashar Assad speaks to the Associated Press at the presidential palace in Damascus in 2016. The Trump administration is ending a CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels. (Syrian presidency via AP, File) (AP/AP) Some analysts said the decision to end the program was likely to empower more radical groups inside Syria and damage the credibility of the United States.
''We are falling into a Russian trap,'' said Charles Lister, a senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, who focuses on the Syrian resistance. ''We are making the moderate resistance more and more vulnerable. .'‰.'‰. We are really cutting them off at the neck.''
Others said it was recognition of Assad's entrenched position in Syria.
''It's probably a nod to reality,'' said Ilan Goldenberg, a former Obama administration official and director of the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security.
U.S. intelligence officials say battlefield gains by rebels in 2015 prompted Russia's direct military intervention on the side of the Assad regime. Some U.S. officials and their allies in the region urged President Barack Obama to respond by providing the rebels with advanced anti­aircraft weapons so they could better defend themselves. But Obama balked, citing concerns about the United States getting pulled into a conflict with Russia.
Senior U.S. officials said that the covert program would be phased out over a period of months. It is also possible that some of the support could be redirected to other missions, such as fighting the Islamic State or making sure that the rebels can still defend themselves from attacks.
''This is a force that we can't afford to completely abandon,'' Goldenberg said. ''If they are ending the aid to the rebels altogether, then that is a huge strategic mistake.''
U.S. officials said the decision had the backing of Jordan, where some of the rebels were trained, and appeared to be part of a larger Trump administration strategy to focus on negotiating limited cease-fire deals with the Russians.
Earlier this month, five days into the first cease-fire in southwest Syria, Trump indicated that another agreement was under discussion with Moscow. ''We are working on the second cease-fire in a very rough part of Syria,'' Trump said. ''If we get that and a few more, all of a sudden we are going to have no bullets being fired in Syria.''
One big potential risk of shutting down the CIA program is that the United States may lose its ability to block other countries, such as Turkey and Persian Gulf allies, from funneling more sophisticated weapons '-- including man-portable air-defense systems, or MANPADS '-- to anti-Assad rebels, including more radical groups.
Toward the end of the Obama administration, some officials advocated ending the CIA program, arguing that the rebels would be ineffective without a major escalation in U.S. support. But the program still had the support of a majority of top Obama advisers, who argued that the United States couldn't abandon its allies on the ground and give up on the moderate opposition because of the damage that it would do to U.S. standing in the region.
Even those who were skeptical about the program's long-term value, viewed it as a key bargaining chip that could be used to wring concessions from Moscow in negotiations over Syria's future.
''People began thinking about ending the program, but it was not something you'd do for free,'' said a former White House official. ''To give [the program] away without getting anything in return would be foolish.''
Hate Trumps Love
A 39-year-old man is mysteriously still a 'kid' - The Washington Post
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:29
The Post's Ruth Marcus explains why Donald Trump Jr. is in legal jeopardy. Hint: stupidity is not a legal defense. (Adriana Usero,Kate Woodsome/The Washington Post)
All children, except two, grow up: Peter Pan and Donald Trump Jr.
''He's a good boy,'' President Trump said of his scandal-engulfed son, in remarks that started off the record and then became on the record, apparently because he liked them so much. ''He's a good kid. And he had a meeting. Nothing happened.''
Here I was thinking that he was a 39-year-old man with children of his own, but I apologize for the error. I was wrong. He is still a very promising young man. (Most white men accused of wrongdoing mysteriously turn out to be promising, a vague quality that adheres the moment someone accuses you of sexual assault and does not vanish until the moment it is revealed that you were the Zodiac Killer. Sometimes not even then.) I owe him an apology for assuming that he was an adult capable of conducting himself through the world.
He is not.
He is still very, very young. Getting younger all the time. It's even in his name. Junior.
It wasn't just Dorian Gray, it turns out. Any promising young white man rich enough to theoretically afford a giant oil painting of himself gets to remain young and innocent forever, and none of his actions have any consequences, whether there is magic involved or not.
''The kid is an honest kid,'' a friend of his told The Post. He's a rookie, and it was a rookie mistake.
How could he help himself? How could he know?
He's just a boy, at 39. It is a medical mystery. Or a great miracle. Perhaps both. Maybe he is even multiple boys, cleverly hidden under an ill-fitting coat. Aw, look, he did a business! Or tried to, at least.
Never mind that other people his age are not nearly so young. That is their misfortune. Sure, as Dafna Linzer pointed out on Twitter, Don Jr. is just 10 days younger than Emmanuel Macron, the president of France. Sure, when Mozart was Little Don's age, he had been dead for four years (and when Tom Lehrer first made that joke, he was still two years younger than Don Jr.!) and it never occurred to him to set up any incriminating meetings. Jesus did everything he did with his life and died on a cross with six years to spare. By the time he was Don Jr.'s ripe young age, Frederick Douglass had escaped from slavery and written his autobiography. Alexander the Great had already conquered an empire (sure, he had inherited a little of it from his dad) and then died. If only they'd known that they were still, functionally speaking, in diapers! They could have relaxed.
It is not Junior's fault that he is so young. Or that he gets younger and younger, Benjamin Button-style, the more he is in the public eye. If he ever winds up testifying, we will have to wheel him in in a perambulator, so young and helpless will he have become. Hurry while he is still visible, before he creeps back into the womb '-- a position where he will be greatly respected.
We should not ask, ''Why would he send such an email? Why would he take such a meeting? Is he, as the New York Post alleges, an 'idiot'?'' Instead, we should marvel that he managed to type the email all by himself. The real story here is that he did not spend the whole meeting playing on his phone (like SOME people I could name) but instead listened politely, like a real grown-up. It is very impressive that he tried to help, and that is the spirit in which this should be taken, like when your 6-year-old announces that he has made something that resembles pancakes by lighting the kitchen on fire. Unless your 6-year-old is not white, of course.
Some boys never get to be boys. This is the price of men like Donald Trump Jr., who never have to be adults. All this prolonged boyhood must be squeezed out of somewhere. For all these adults to get to be children forever, some children are not permitted to be children '-- or allowed time to grow up. Tamir Rice never got to. Neither did Trayvon Martin. Or Tyre King. There is a whole long, sad litany of names of people who never got to make rookie mistakes, who were suddenly saddled with adulthood at 12 or 13 or 14, while men of 35 and 40 got told not to worry because they were boys and, well, they would be boys. This unnatural boyhood demands its human sacrifices. It is important to have enough privilege to spread around so that some men can remain carefree children forever, well into middle age, making their innocent, rookie mistakes.
Why, just think how promising and young Donald Trump Jr. will be in 10 or 20 years. Unless we force him to suffer consequences from his mistakes. Then he might have to learn or grow, and we would not want that. Then what excuse would he have?
Deutsche Bank Faces DOJ Subpoena Over Trump-Russia Probe
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 12:04
Deutsche's relationship with Trump and questions about hundreds of millions in loans have dogged the German bank and the White House for months, abd now, 'according to sources' reported by The Guardian, Robert Mueller's team and Trump's bankers have established informal contacts and formal requests for information are forthcoming.
According to an analysis by Bloomberg, Trump now owes Deutsche, his biggest creditor, around $300m. He has four large mortgages, all issued by Deutsche's private bank. The loans are guaranteed against the president's properties: a new deluxe hotel in Washington DC's old post office building, just around the corner from the White House; his Chicago tower hotel; and the Trump National Doral Miami resort.
The Guardian reports that executives inside Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump's personal bankers, are expecting that the bank will soon be receiving subpoenas or other requests for information from Robert Mueller, the special counsel who is investigating possible collusion between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign.
A person close to the matter who spoke to the Guardian on the condition of anonymity said that Mueller's team and the bank have already established informal contact in connection to the federal investigation.
The Guardian reported in February that the bank launched a review of Trump's account earlier this year in order to gauge whether there were any suspicious connections to Russia and did not discover anything suspicious.
Nevertheless, the bank has been the subject of intense scrutiny among some Democrats on Capitol Hill, who have demanded the bank turn over detailed information about the president's accounts.
The requests for information from Maxine Waters, the top Democrat on the House financial services committee, have focused on whether any Russian entities may have provided financial guarantees for the loans that were made to the president or his immediate family members.
While Deutsche Bank did engage in banking transactions with Russian banks as late as 2005, including some loan activity, a person familiar with the matter said the activity was not related to Trump's accounts or his family.
Any move by Mueller's team to pursue Trump's personal financial record comes as the bank continues to negotiate a settlement with the Department of Justice over its so-called mirror trading scheme, in which the bank's former Moscow branch is alleged to have allowed $10bn to flow out of Russia. Democrats on Capitol Hill have been demanding answers about who might have benefited from the scheme.
As a reminder, Deutsche has been fined more than $6bn in connection to compliance failures since 2015.
Finally, The Guardian reports that a person close to the matter said other financial institutions with ties to Trump would also likely receive requests for information from Mueller's team, including Bank of America.
Head Coverings
After Muslim backlash, Georgia lawmaker drops change to no-mask law - CBS News
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 06:47
Nov 18, 2016 10:27 AM EST U.S.
AP
Muslim women look on as civil rights, legal advocates and residents hold a press conference June 18, 2013, in New York outside One Police Plaza to discuss planned legal action challenging the city police department's surveillance of businesses frequented by Muslim residents and area mosques. Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Advocates accused a Georgia lawmaker of targeting Muslim women with proposed changes to a 1951 state law passed to unmask the Ku Klux Klan, creating a backlash that prompted the Republican legislator to quickly discard the idea.
Disturbing photos of the modern-day Ku Klux Klan State Rep. Jason Spencer came under fire from the American Civil Liberties Union and Muslim advocacy groups who called his proposal a veiled attempt to ban Muslim women from wearing scarves and other religious headgear that covers their faces in public - just as the law has prohibited Klan members from wearing masks during rallies and marches on public property.
''It is a naked and despicable attempt to exploit the current wave of anti-Muslim sentiment by targeting Muslim women,'' Heather Weaver, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union in Washington, said Thursday.
Spencer said the bill he introduced for next year's session of the Georgia Legislature would simply be ''adding clarity'' to a law passed decades ago to safeguard against what he called ''threats from masked terrorists.'' And he insisted he wasn't targeting any specific group.
But by Thursday evening Spencer announced in a statement posted on the Georgia House website that he was withdrawing his proposal ''due to the visceral reaction it has created.'' He confirmed the decision in an email to The Associated Press.
''While this bill does not contain language that specifically targets any group, I am mindful of the perception that it has created,'' Spencer's statement said. ''My objective was to address radical elements that could pose a threat to public safety.''
One thing neither side mentioned amid the controversy: Georgia's highest court has narrowly interpreted the 1951 law to apply only when one wears a mask to intimidate others.
Spencer's bill made no mention of Islam or religious garments, but it clearly took aim at women. Although the existing law states that a person commits a misdemeanor ''when he wears a mask'' or other face-hiding garment on public property, Spencer's version would amend it to read ''he or she.''
The proposal also would have banned people from wearing anything that conceals their faces in photographs used for Georgia driver's licenses and other official state IDs - something the Georgia Department of Driver Services already prohibits.
''It makes it clear the law is targeted at people of faith, especially women who wear face veils,'' said Edward Ahmed Mitchell, executive director of the Georgia chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations. ''This is a slap in the face of Georgia Muslims.''
Aisha Yaqoob, executive director of the Georgia Muslim Voter Project, said the lawmaker's proposal came at a frightening time considering ''the rhetoric we saw during the election season.''
Known as the ''Anti-Mask Act,'' the original law was approved 65 years ago when masked Klansmen used threats and violence to intimidate blacks and other minority groups in Georgia. Supporters of the law argued masked hoods allowed Klan members to terrorize in anonymity. Victims of Klan violence could rarely identify their attackers for prosecution.
That law has never been used to stop people from covering their heads or faces for religious reasons. And it doesn't look like that would have been allowed even if Spencer's bill became law.
In 1990, the Georgia Supreme Court rejected a suing Klan member's argument that the anti-mask law ''criminalizes a substantial amount of innocent behavior'' such as wearing a ski mask in the winter or wearing sunglasses.
In upholding the anti-mask law, Georgia's high court ruled it applied ''only to mask-wearing conduct'' that ''provokes a reasonable apprehension of intimidation, threats or violence.''
Under the court's narrow interpretation, the lawmaker's proposed changes wouldn't apply to Muslim women ''because they're not wearing their gear to intimidate anybody,'' said Michael Perry, a law professor at Emory University who specializes in constitutional law and religion.
''The only effect there of adding 'she' is it makes clear what was already known - that the law applies to female Klan members as well as male Klan members,'' Perry said.
Spencer's proposal to prohibit face-covering garb in driver's license photos was essentially redundant. The Georgia Department of Driver Services allows people to wear religious headgear in their photos - but its rules say any headscarves or other coverings must be adjusted to make the entire face visible.
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Burn Books!
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The Neurodiversity Case for Free Speech - Quillette
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 11:22
Imagine a young Isaac Newton time-travelling from 1670s England to teach Harvard undergrads in 2017. After the time-jump, Newton still has an obsessive, paranoid personality, with Asperger's syndrome, a bad stutter, unstable moods, and episodes of psychotic mania and depression. But now he's subject to Harvard's speech codes that prohibit any ''disrespect for the dignity of others''; any violations will get him in trouble with Harvard's Inquisition (the 'Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion'). Newton also wants to publish Philosophi... Naturalis Principia Mathematica, to explain the laws of motion governing the universe. But his literary agent explains that he can't get a decent book deal until Newton builds his 'author platform' to include at least 20k Twitter followers '' without provoking any backlash for airing his eccentric views on ancient Greek alchemy, Biblical cryptography, fiat currency, Jewish mysticism, or how to predict the exact date of the Apocalypse.
Newton wouldn't last long as a 'public intellectual' in modern American culture. Sooner or later, he would say 'offensive' things that get reported to Harvard and that get picked up by mainstream media as moral-outrage clickbait. His eccentric, ornery awkwardness would lead to swift expulsion from academia, social media, and publishing. Result? On the upside, he'd drive some traffic through Huffpost, Buzzfeed, and Jezebel, and people would have a fresh controversy to virtue-signal about on Facebook. On the downside, we wouldn't have Newton's Laws of Motion.
Let's take a step back from this alt-history nightmare and consider the general problem of 'neurodiversity' and free speech. In this article, I'll explore the science of neurodiversity, and how campus speech codes and restrictive speech norms impose impossible expectations on the social sensitivity, cultural awareness, verbal precision, and self-control of many neurodiverse people.
I'll focus on how campus speech codes impose discriminatory chilling effects on academic neurodiversity, partly because I'm a nerdy academic who loathes speech codes. But it's not just personal. Ever since the Middle Ages, universities have nurtured people with unusual brains and minds. Historically, academia was a haven for neurodiversity of all sorts. Eccentrics have been hanging out in Cambridge since 1209 and in Harvard since 1636. For centuries, these eccentricity-havens have been our time-traveling bridges from the ancient history of Western civilization to the far future of science, technology, and moral progress. Now thousands of our havens are under threat, and that's sad and wrong, and we need to fix it.
This article is a bit long, because the argument is new (as far as I know), and it requires a bit of background. But I hope you'll stick with me, because I think the issue is neglected and important.
From eccentricity to neurodiversity
Censorship kills creativity, truth, and progress in obvious ways. Without the free exchange of ideas, people can't share risky new ideas (creativity), test them against other people's logic and facts (truth), or compile them into civilizational advances (progress). But censorship also kills rational culture in a less obvious way: it silences the eccentric. It discriminates against neurodiversity. It imposes a chilling effect on unusual brains that house unusual minds. It marginalizes people who may have great ideas, but who also happen to have mental disorders, personality quirks, eccentric beliefs, or unusual communication styles that make it hard for them to understand and follow the current speech norms that govern what is 'acceptable'. Harvard's speech codes and Twitter's trolls may not prohibit anything in Principia itself, but they drive away the kinds of eccentric people who write such books because of all the other 'offensive' things they sometimes do and say.
Eccentricity is a precious resource, easily wasted. In his book On Liberty (1859): John Stuart Mill warned that 'the tyranny of the majority' tends to marginalize the insights of the eccentric:
The amount of eccentricity in a society has generally been proportional to the amount of genius, mental vigour, and moral courage which it contained. That so few now dare to be eccentric, marks the chief danger of the time. (Chapter 3, paragraph 13).
Nowadays, 'the tyranny of the neurotypical' oppressing the neurodiverse may be the chief danger of our time.
The neurotypicality assumption behind speech codes
Campus speech codes may have been well-intentioned at first. They tried to make universities more welcoming to racial and sexual minorities by forcing everyone to speak as inoffensively as possible. But a side-effect of trying to increase demographic diversity was to reduce neurodiversity, by stigmatizing anyone whose brain can't color inside the lines of 'appropriate speech'. The more 'respectful' campuses became to the neurotypical, the more alienating they became to neurodiverse people.
Here's the problem. America's informal 'speech norms', which govern what we're allowed to say and what we're not, were created and imposed by 'normal' brains, for 'normal' brains to obey and enforce. Formal speech codes at American universities were also written by and for the 'neurotypical'. They assume that everyone on campus is equally capable, 100% of the time, of:
Using their verbal intelligence and cultural background to understand speech codes that are intentionally vague, over-broad, and euphemistic, to discern who's actually allowed to say what, in which contexts, using which words;Understand what's inside the current Overton window of 'acceptable ideas', including the current social norms about what is 'respectful' versus what is 'offensive', 'inappropriate', 'sexist', 'racist', 'Islamophobic', or 'transphobic';Use 'Theory of Mind' to predict with 100% accuracy which speech acts might be offensive to someone of a different sex, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, or political outlook;Inhibit 'inappropriate' speech with 100% reliability in all social contexts that might be reported or recorded by others;Predict with 100% accuracy what's likely to trigger outrage by peers, student activists, social media, or mainstream media '' any of which might create 'adverse publicity' for the university and a speech code inquisition, without due process or right of appeal, for the speaker.Speech codes assume a false model of human nature '' that everyone has the same kind of brain that yields a narrow, 'normal' set of personality traits, cognitive and verbal abilities, moral temperaments, communication styles, and capacities for self-inhibition. This neurotypicality assumption is scientifically wrong, because different people inherit different sets of genes that influence how their brains grow and function, and every mental trait shows substantial heritability. These heritable mental traits run deep: they are stable across adolescence and adulthood, and they span everything from social intelligence to political attitudes. They also predict many aspects of human communication '' probably including the ability to understand and follow formal speech codes and informal speech norms. The neurodiverse are often just 'born that way'.
Why speech codes stigmatize the most creative thinkers
When universities impose speech codes, they impose impossible behavioral standards on people who aren't neurotypical, such as those with Asperger's, bipolar, Tourette's, or dozens of other personality quirks or mental 'disorders'. Historically, neurodiversity was stigmatized with extreme prejudice, but recently the Autism Rights Movement, the National Alliance for Mental Illness, and other advocacy groups have fought for more acceptance. (The terms 'neurodiversity' and 'neurotypical' come from the Autism Rights Movement, but I'm using them here more generally.) Neurodiversity is even celebrated in recent books such as Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin (on Asperger's syndrome), A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar (on schizophrenia), The Wisdom of Psychopaths by Kevin Dutton (on Dark Triad traits), and Quiet by Susan Cain (on introversion).
Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889 '' 1951) was an Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of language.
Most of the real geniuses I've known are not neurotypical. Especially in evolutionary game theory. They would have a lot of trouble comprehending or following typical university speech codes. I suspect this would have been true for most of the brilliant thinkers who built civilization over the last several millennia. Consider just a few geniuses who seem, given biographical records, to have been on the autism/Asperger's spectrum: B(C)la Bart"k, Jeremy Bentham, Lewis Carroll, Marie Curie, Charles Darwin, Emily Dickinson, Albert Einstein, Sir Ronald Fisher, Sir Francis Galton, Glenn Gould, Patricia Highsmith, Alfred Hitchcock, Alfred Kinsey, Stanley Kubrick, Barbara McClintock, Gregor Mendel, Bertrand Russell, Nikola Tesla, Mark Twain, Alan Turing, H. G. Wells, and Ludwig Wittgenstein. (Aspies like me enjoy making lists; also see this resource.) Moreover, the world's richest tech billionaires often show some Asperger-like traits: think Paul Allen, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Peter Thiel, and Mark Zuckerberg. And in movies and TV, outspoken, insensitive Aspies no longer just play 'mad scientist' side-kicks, but heroic protagonists such as Tony Stark, Sherlock Holmes, Gregory House, Lisbeth Salander, and Dr. Strange.
On the upside, the civilizational contributions from neurodiversity have been formidable '' and often decisive in science and technology. On the downside, 'Aspy' traits seem common among academics who have suffered the worst public outrages against things they've said and done, that weren't intended to be offensive at all.
The varieties of neurodiversity
Restrictive speech norms are a problem for people on the autism spectrum, which includes about 1% of the general public, but which is a much higher proportion of academics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM fields) '' like Sheldon Cooper, a Caltech physicist on the TV show The Big Bang Theory. Apart from the autism spectrum, a much larger proportion of students, staff, and faculty at any university have other neurological disorders, mental illnesses, or personality quirks that make it hard to avoid 'offensive' speech all of the time '' even if they're 'high functioning' and have no trouble doing their academic work. For example, speech codes make no allowance for these conditions:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (3%) imposes high impulsivity and a tendency to blurt out inappropriate comments;Tourette syndrome (1%) can include irresistible compulsions to say obscene or derogatory things;Social (pragmatic) communication disorder (a newly recognized disorder, prevalence unknown) impairs abilities to use language 'appropriately', to match communication styles to different contexts and listeners, and to read between the lines given subtle or ambiguous language;PTSD (8% prevalence) increases sensitivity to reminders of past trauma ('triggers'), which can provoke reactive anger, verbal aggression, and offensive speech;Bipolar disorder (4%) can trigger manic phases in which beliefs become more eccentric, and speech and sexual behavior become less inhibited;Schizophrenia spectrum disorders (5% prevalence) often lead to unusual communication styles, social awkwardness, and eccentric views that fall outside the Overton window;Paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal ('Cluster A') personality disorders (4% prevalence) involve social awkwardness, eccentric behaviors, and odd speech patterns, which can come across as insensitive or offensive;Histrionic, narcissistic, borderline, and antisocial ('Cluster B') personality disorders (2% prevalence) involve impulsivity, attention-seeking, emotional instability and/or lack of empathy, which result in speech and behavior that often violates social norms.Some of the prevalence estimates are imprecise, and many people have more than one of these disorders. But together, mental disorders like these affect at least 20% of students, staff, and faculty. That's higher than the percentage of American college students who are Hispanic (17%), Black (14%), LGBTQ+ (7%), or undocumented immigrants (5%). And for many of these mental disorders, symptom severity peaks at the ages of typical college students: universities are demanding that the neurodiverse inhibit their speech most carefully when they are least able to do so.
Apart from diagnosable mental disorders such as Asperger's, a substantial minority of people on any campus are on the extremes of the Big Five personality traits, which all have implications for speech code behavior. Low Conscientiousness predicts impulsive, reckless, or short-sighted speech and behavior '' i.e. being more likely to violate speech codes. Low Agreeableness predicts being ornery, offensive, and disagreeable '' i.e. violating speech codes. High Openness predicts adopting unusual beliefs and eccentric behaviors '' i.e. violating speech codes. High Extraversion predicts being hyper-social, hyper-sexual, and hyper-verbal '' i.e. especially violating codes about sexual behavior and speech. Since the Big Five traits all show substantial heritability, any speech code that can't realistically be followed by people who score at an extreme on these Big Five traits, is basically punishing them for the genes they happened to inherit.
Beyond mental disorders and personality quirks, many people on campuses at any given time are in states of 'transient neurodiversity' '' altered psychological states due to low blood sugar, life stressors, medication side-effects, or 'smart drugs' such as caffeine, Ritalin, Adderall, or Modafinil. Also, sleep disorders affect over 20% of people, and the resulting sleep deprivation reduces inhibition. These kinds of transient neurodiversity can also interfere with social sensitivity, Theory of Mind, and verbal inhibition, so can reduce the ability to comply with speech codes. Unless universities want to outlaw fatigue, hunger, heartbreak, meds and coffee it's hard to maintain the delusion that everyone's speech will be 100% inoffensive 100% of the time.
How neurodiversity makes it hard to understand speech codes
Since speech codes are written by the neurotypical for the neurotypical, the neurodiverse often find them literally incomprehensible, and it's impossible to follow a rule that doesn't make sense.
For example, a typical set of 'respectful campus', 'sexual misconduct', and 'anti-harassment' policies prohibits:
'unwelcome verbal behavior''unwelcome jokes about a protected characteristic''hate or bias acts that violate our sense of community''sexist comments''degrading pictorial material''displaying objectionable objects''negative posters about a protected characteristic'These quotes are from my university's recent policies, but they're pretty standard. I don't understand what any of these phrases actually allow or prohibit, and I worked on free speech issues in our Faculty Senate for two years, and in our Sexual Misconduct Policy Committee for one year, so I've puzzled over them for some time.
Lacking good Theory of Mind, how could a person with Asperger's anticipate which speech acts would be 'unwelcome' to a stranger, or might be considered 'sexist' or 'sexually suggestive'? Lacking a good understanding of social norms, how could they anticipate what counts as a 'hate act that violates our sense of community', or what counts as an 'objectionable object'? Lacking a good understanding of current civil rights legalese, how could any 18-year-old Freshman '' neurotypical or not '' understand what a 'protected characteristic' is?
The language of campus speech codes is designed to give the illusion of precision, while remaining so vague that they can be enforced however administrators want to enforce them, whenever personal complaints, student protests, lawsuits, or adverse publicity make it expedient to punish someone for being 'offensive'. So, students, staff, and faculty are expected to be able to 'read between the lines' of speech codes to understand what is actually forbidden versus what is actually permitted.
But people differ in their ability to understand spoken and written language, including the dry intricacies of administrative policies, the ever-changing euphemisms of PC culture, and the double standards of Leftist identity politics. Deciphering speech codes requires high levels of verbal, social, and emotional intelligence to discern the real meaning behind vague euphemisms and social justice shibboleths, and the neurodiverse may not have the kinds of brains that can make those kinds of inferences.
Speech codes are also intentionally vague so that anyone who's upset by someone else's speech can make a complaint, with the subjective feelings of the listener as the arbiter of whether an offense has occurred. In most campus speech codes, there is no 'reasonable person' standard for what speech counts as offensive. This means that even if an Aspy or schizotypal person develops an accurate mental model of how an average person would respond to a possible speech act, they can't rely on that. They're expected to make their speech inoffensive to the most sensitive person they might ever encounter on campus. The result is the 'coddling culture' in which administrators prioritize the alleged vulnerabilities of listeners over the communication rights of speakers. In fact, the only lip service given to neurodiversity in campus speech codes is in the (false) assumption that 'trigger warnings' and prohibitions against 'microaggressions' will be useful in protecting listeners with PTSD or high neuroticism. Administrators assume that the most vulnerable 'snowflakes' are always listeners, and never speakers. They even fail to understand that when someone with PTSD is 'triggered' by a situation, they might say something in response that someone else finds 'offensive'.
Systematizing versus empathizing
Autism spectrum disorders are central to the tension between campus censorship and neurodiversity. This is because there's a trade-off between 'systematizing' and 'empathizing'. Systematizing is the drive to construct and analyze abstract systems of rules, evidence, and procedures; it's stronger in males, in people with autism/Asperger's, and in STEM fields. Empathizing is the ability to understand other people's thoughts and feelings, and to respond with 'appropriate' emotions and speech acts; it's stronger in females, in people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and in the arts and humanities. Conservative satirists often mock 'social justice warriors' for their 'autistic screeching', but Leftist student protesters are more likely to be high empathizers from the arts, humanities, and social sciences, than high systematizers from the hard sciences or engineering.
Consider the Empathy Quotient (EQ) scale, developed by autism researcher Simon Baron-Cohen to measure empathizing versus systematizing. Positively-scored items that predict higher empathy include:
'I am good at predicting how someone will feel.''I find it easy to put myself in somebody else's shoes.''I can tune into how someone else feels rapidly and intuitively.''I can usually appreciate the other person's viewpoint, even if I don't agree with it.'Negatively-scored items that predict lower empathy include:
'I often find it difficult to judge if something is rude or polite.''It is hard for me to see why some things upset people so much.''I can't always see why someone should have felt offended by a remark.''Other people often say that I am insensitive, though I don't always see why.'Reading these items, it seems like a higher EQ score would strongly predict ability to follow campus speech codes that prohibit causing offense to others. People on the autism spectrum, such as those with Asperger's, score much lower on the EQ scale. (Full disclosure: I score 14 out of 80.) Thus, Aspies simply don't have brains that can anticipate what might be considered offensive, disrespectful, unwanted, or outrageous by others '' regardless of what campus speech codes expect of us. From a high systematizer's perspective, most 'respectful campus' speech codes are basically demands that they should turn into a high empathizer through sheer force of will. Men also score lower on the EQ scale than women, and Asperger's is 11 times more common in men, so speech codes also impose 'disparate impact' on males, a form of sex discrimination that is illegal under federal law.
The ways that speech codes discriminate against systematizers is exacerbated by their vagueness, overbreadth, unsystematic structure, double standards, and logical inconsistencies '' which drive systematizers nuts. For example, most speech codes prohibit any insults based on a person's sex, race, religion, or political attitudes. But Aspy students often notice that these codes are applied very selectively: it's OK to insult 'toxic masculinity' and 'patriarchy', but not to question the 'wage gap' or 'rape culture'; it's OK to insult 'white privilege' and the 'Alt-Right' but not affirmative action or 'Black Lives Matter'; it's OK to insult pro-life Catholics but not pro-sharia Muslims. The concept of 'unwelcome' jokes or 'unwelcome' sexual comments seems like a time-travel paradox to Aspy people '' how can you judge what speech act is 'unwelcome' until after you get the feedback about whether it was welcome? Even worse, most campus speech codes are associated with social justice theories of gender feminism, critical race theory, and social constructivism, which reject the best-established scientific findings about sex differences, race differences, and behavior genetics. Requiring Aspy academics to buy into speech codes based on blatant falsehoods violates their deepest systematizer values of logic, rationality, and realism. For an example of a systematizer's exasperation about unprincipled speech codes, see this letter by a Cornell student with high-functioning autism.
To test my intuitions about these issues, I ran an informal poll of my Twitter followers, asking 'Which condition would make it hardest to follow a college speech code that prohibits all 'offensive' or 'disrespectful' statements?'. There were 655 votes across four response options: 54% for 'Asperger's', 19% for 'Schizophrenia', 14% for 'Bipolar', and 13% for 'ADHD'. The results of this one-item survey, from a small sample of my eccentric followers, should not be taken seriously as any kind of scientific research. They simply show I'm not the only person who thinks that Asperger's would make it hard to follow campus speech codes.
In fact, to many STEM students and faculty, empathizers seem to have forged campus speech codes into weapons for Aspy-shaming. In a world where nerds like Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk are the most powerful innovators, speech codes seem like the revenge of the anti-nerds.
How speech codes impose disparate impact on people with neurodiversity
When a policy is formally neutral, but it adversely affects one legally protected group of people more than other people, that's called 'disparate impact', and it's illegal. People with diagnosed mental disorders qualify as 'disabled' people under the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other federal laws, so any speech code at a public university that imposes disparate impact on many common forms of neurodiversity is illegal.
What is the disparate impact here? Given restrictive speech codes and speech norms, people with various kinds of neurodiversity know that at any time, they might say something 'offensive' that could lead to expulsion, firing, or denial of tenure. They live in fear. They feel a chilling effect on their speech and behavior. They learn to self-censor.
Consider how speech codes can feel wretchedly discriminatory to people with neurodiversity:
Imagine you're a grad student in the social sciences and you hear about peers getting into trouble making off-the-cuff remarks when teaching controversial classes, such as Human Sexuality, American History, or Social Psychology. You are deterred from teaching, and drift away into private industry.Imagine you are a man with Asperger's syndrome doing a science Ph.D. and you see social justice activists destroying nerdy male scientists for their non-PC views, trivial mistakes, or fictional offenses, as in the cases of Matt Taylor or Tim Hunt. You realize you'll probably make some similar misjudgment sooner or later if you stay in academia, so you leave for a Bay Area tech start-up that's more forgiving of social gaffes.Imagine you're an anthropology professor with Asperger's, so you can't anticipate whether people will find your jokes hilarious or offensive until you tell them. But you get better student course evaluations when you try to be funny. Now your university imposes a new speech code that says, basically, 'Don't say anything that people might find offensive'. You need good course evaluations for promotion and tenure, but your brain can't anticipate your students' reactions to your quirky sense of humor.Imagine you're an undergrad, but you have bipolar disorder, so sometimes you get into manic states, when you become more outspoken in classes about your non-PC views on sexual politics.Imagine you're a university system administrator with Tourette syndrome, so that sometimes in meetings with other IT staff, you can't help but blurt out words that some consider racially or sexually offensive.In response to these chilling effects, neurodiverse academics may withdraw from the social and intellectual life of the university. They may avoid lab group meetings, post-colloquium dinners, faculty parties, and conferences, where any tipsy comment, if overheard by anyone with a propensity for moralistic outrage, could threaten their reputation and career. I've seen this social withdrawal happen more and more over the last couple of decades. Nerdy, eccentric, and awkward academics who would have been outspoken, hilarious, and joyful in the 1980s are now cautious, somber, and frightened.
This withdrawal from the university's 'life of the mind' is especially heart-breaking to the neurodiverse, who often can't stand small talk, and whose only real social connections come through vigorous debate about dangerous ideas with their intellectual equals. Speech codes don't just censor their words; they also decimate their relationships, collaborations, and social networks. Chilling effects on speech can turn an Aspy's social life into a frozen wasteland. The resulting alienation can exacerbate many mental disorders, leading to a downward spiral of self-censorship, loneliness, despair, and failure. Consider political science professor Will Moore: he had high-functioning autism, and was so tired of accidentally offending colleagues that he killed himself this April; his suicide note is here.
If being driven to suicide isn't disparate impact, what is?
There's an analogy here between neurodiversity and ideological diversity. Campus speech codes have marginalized both over the last couple of decades. American universities are now dominated by progressive Leftists, registered Democrats, and social justice activists. They are hostile and discriminatory against students, staff, and faculty who are centrist, libertarian, conservative and/or religious. There are real career costs to holding certain political views in academia '' even if those views are shared by most Americans. This problem of ideological diversity is already being addressed by great organizations such as the Heterodox Academy and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, by online magazines such as Quillette, and by free speech advocates such as Alice Dreger, Jonathan Haidt, Sam Harris, Laura Kipnis, Scott Lilienfeld, Greg Lukianoff, Camille Paglia, Jordan Peterson, Steven Pinker, and Bret Weinstein. By contrast, the neurodiversity problem has not been discussed much, although it might be easier to solve through anti-discrimination lawsuits. In principle, speech codes discriminating against certain ideologies is a form of disparate impact, but at the moment, being a Republican or a Neoreactionary is not a 'protected class' under federal anti-discrimination law, whereas having a disability such as a mental disorder is.
Conclusion: What to do about neurodiversity and free speech
Campus speech codes discriminate against neurodiversity. They impose unrealistic demands, fears, and stigma on the large proportion of students, staff, and faculty who have common mental disorders, or extremes on the Big Five personality traits, or transient disinhibition due to sleep deprivation or smart drugs. As a practical matter, it is virtually impossible for someone with Asperger's, bipolar, ADHD, low Agreeableness, low Conscientiousness, extreme fatigue, or Modafinil mania to understand what kinds of speech acts are considered acceptable, and to inhibit the production of such speech 100% of the time, in 100% of educational and social situations.
In a future article, I'll outline a legal strategy to use the ADA to eliminate campus speech codes that discriminate against neurodiversity.
For the moment, just consider this: every campus speech code and restrictive speech norm is a Sword of Damocles dangling above the head of every academic whose brain works a little differently. We feel the sharpness and the weight every day. After every class, meeting, blog, and tweet, we brace for the moral outrage, public shaming, witch hunts, and inquisitions that seem to hit our colleagues so unpredictably and unfairly. Like visitors from a past century or a foreign culture, we don't understand which concepts are admissible in your Overton window, or which words are acceptable to your ears. We don't understand your verbal and moral taboos. We can't make sense of your double standards and logical inconsistencies. We don't respect your assumption that empathizing should always take precedence over systematizing. Yet we know you have the power to hurt us for things we can't help. So, we suffer relentless anxiety about our words, our thoughts, our social relationships, our reputations, and our careers.
That era is over. Neurodiversity is finding its voice and its confidence. People with mental disorders and eccentric personalities have rights too, and we will not be intimidated by your stigma and shaming. We will demand our rights under the ADA through the Department of Education, the Department of Justice, and in federal district courts. We will educate administrators about the discriminatory side-effects of their bad policies. We will shatter your Swords of Damocles and raise our freak flags to fly over campuses around the world.
For centuries, academia has been a haven for neurodiversity '' a true 'safe space' for eccentric thought and language, for thinking the unthinkable and saying the unsayable. We will make it that haven again, and there is nothing that university administrators can do to stop us. Everything is on our side: behavioral science, intellectual history, federal law, public opinion, and liberal academia's own most sacred values of diversity and inclusivity. Neurodiversity is here to stay, and we will not be silenced any longer.
If the neurodiverse stand up for our free speech rights, campus speech codes will go extinct very quickly. In the future, they will be considered a weird historical curiosity of runaway virtue-signaling in early 21st-century American academia. The freedom to think eccentric thoughts and say eccentric things must be protected again. The freedom to be eccentric must be restored. Newton must be welcomed back to academia.
Further resources:
ADA.gov at U.S. Department of Justice
Autistic Self Advocacy Network
Autism Research Centre
Autism Research Institute
Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
Heterodox Academy
National Alliance for Mental Illness
Acknowledgements: For helpful feedback on earlier drafts, thanks to Jean Carroll, Diana Fleischman, Jonathan Haidt, Claire Lehmann, and Greg Lukianoff.
Geoffrey MillerGeoffrey Miller is a tenured associate professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico, where he's fought for several years to eliminate speech codes. He is the author of The Mating Mind, Mating Intelligence, Spent, and What Women Want. His research has focused on sexual selection, mate choice, human sexuality, intelligence, humor, creativity, personality traits, evolutionary psychopathology, behavior genetics, consumer behavior, evolutionary aesthetics, research ethics, virtue signaling, and Effective Altruism. He did a podcast called The Mating Grounds; follow him on Twitter @primalpoly.
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Why these professors are warning against promoting the work of straight, white men - The Washington Post
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:32
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Academics and scholars must be mindful about using research done by only straight, white men, according to two scientists who argued that it oppresses diverse voices and bolsters the status of already privileged and established white male scholars.
Geographers Carrie Mott and Daniel Cockayne argued in a recent paper that doing so also perpetuates what they call ''white heteromasculinism,'' which they defined as a ''system of oppression'' that benefits only those who are ''white, male, able-bodied, economically privileged, heterosexual, and cisgendered.'' (Cisgendered describes people whose gender identity matches their birth sex.)
Mott, a professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and Cockayne, who teaches at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, argued that scholars or researchers disproportionately cite the work of white men, thereby unfairly adding credence to the body of knowledge they offer while ignoring the voices of other groups, like women and black male academics. Although citation seems like a mundane practice, the feminist professors argue that citing someone's work has implications on his or her ability to be hired, get promoted and obtain tenured status, among others.
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''This important research has drawn direct attention to the continued underrepresentation and marginalization of women, people of color. '... To cite narrowly, to only cite white men '... or to only cite established scholars, does a disservice not only to researchers and writers who are othered by white heteromasculinism '...," they wrote in the paper published recently in the journal Gender, Place and Culture.
Mott and Cockayne did not immediately respond to questions from The Washington Post, but Mott told Campus Reform last week that they decided to write about citation practices after observing that research done by white men are relied upon more heavily than those done by experts from other backgrounds.
Work done by women and other minorities have often been overlooked by their peers, hindering their professional advancement and depriving disciplines of diverse perspectives, she argued.
When citations are predominantly those of the work of white, straight males, ''this means that the views and knowledge that are represented do not reflect the experience of people from other backgrounds,'' she told Campus Reform. ''When scholars continue to cite only white men on a given topic, they ignore the broader diversity of voices and researchers that are also doing important work on that topic.''
In their 22-page paper, ''Citation matters: mobilizing the politics of citation toward a practice of 'conscientious engagement,'" they explained that their work was motivated by ''shared feelings of discomfort, frustration, and anger'' over actions of fellow scholars and publication practices.
The authors offer what they describe as practical strategies for fellow geographers who work in a largely male-dominated discipline. According to the American Association of Geographers, men and women account for 62 percent and 38 percent of its members, respectively.
[Feminist group alleges sexually hostile environment at U of Mary Washington]
One of them: Scholars should read through their work and count all the citations before submitting their work for publication, and see how many people of diverse backgrounds '-- women, people of color, early-career scholars, graduate students and non-academics '-- are cited.
''Today, the field is more diverse, but this diversity is largely represented by earlier career scholars. Citing only tenured, established scholars means that these voices are ignored, especially when it is well-known that today's brutally competitive academic job market continues to privilege the white heteromasculinist body,'' they wrote.
Editors and reviewers also can act as watchdogs of sort by scrutinizing a scholar's body of citation, they argued.
A Campus Reform writer said she asked the researchers whether the disparity in citations is simply because there are more men than women in the field of geography. In response, Cockayne said their point is that research done by ''marginalized voices'' is often ignored.
Mott and Cockayne both describe themselves as feminists and have done research related to feminism.
Mott also focuses her research on race and social justice, among other things. She describes herself as a ''feminist political geographer,'' who's interested in ''how resistance movements mobilize to fight against state-sponsored violence and marginalization.'' Cockayne's research and interest are on digital media, entrepreneurship, and gender and sexuality.
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Communism is one of our top all-time lookups, and user comments suggest that's because it is often used in opaque ways. In some sources, communism is equated with socialism; in others, it is contrasted with democracy and capitalism. Part of this confusion stems from the fact that the word communism has been applied to varying political systems over time. When it was first used in English prose, communism referred to an economic and political theory that advocated the abolition of private property and the common sharing of all resources among a group of people, and it was often used interchangeably with the word socialism by 19th-century writers. The differences between communism and socialism are still debated, but generally English speakers used communism to refer to the political and economic ideologies that find their origin in Karl Marx's theory of revolutionary socialism, which advocates a proletariat overthrow of capitalist structures within a society, societal and communal ownership and governance of the means of production, and the eventual establishment of a classless society. The most well-known expression of Marx's theories is the 20th-century Bolshevism of the U.S.S.R., in which the state, through a single authoritarian party, controls a society's economy and social activities with the goal of realizing Marx's theories.
Communism is often contrasted with capitalism and democracy, though these can be false equivalencies depending on the usage. Capitalism refers to an economic theory in which a society's means of production are held by private individuals or organizations, not the government, and where prices, distribution of goods, and products are determined by a free market. It can be contrasted with the economic theories of communism, though the word communism is used of both political and economic theories. Democracy refers to a system of government in which supreme power is vested in the people and exercised through a system of direct or indirect representation which is decided through periodic free elections. Democracy is contrasted with communism primarily because the 20th-century communism of the U.S.S.R. was characterized by an authoritarian government, whereas the democracy of the 20th-century U.S. was characterized by a representative government.
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The Rise and Fall of Working From Home - Bloomberg
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 06:18
Last year, Richard Laermer decided to let his employees work from home on a regular basis. "We hire adults, they shouldn't be tied to the office five days a week," said Laermer, who owns a New York-based public relations firm. "I always assumed that you can get your work done anywhere, as long as you actually get it done."
Turns out, he was wrong.
Employees took advantage of the perk, Laermer said. One was unavailable for hours at a time. Another wouldn't communicate with co-workers all day, which Laermer found suspicious. The last straw, he said, was when someone refused to come in for a meeting because she had plans to go to the Hamptons. "That was the most unbelievably nervy thing I'd heard in years," he said.
Ten months in, he scrapped the benefit and now requires all of his employees to come into the office every day.
While telecommuting, the umbrella term for any work occurring outside the traditional office, has ballooned over the last 20 years, some offices are rethinking overly broad policies. Flexible work remains popular at many organizations, but most companies want workers at work at least some'--if not most'--of the time. More than 60 percent of organizations surveyed by the Society of Human Resource Management this year said they allow some type of telecommuting, up from 20 percent in 1996. But telecommuting comes in many flavors, and 77 percent of organizations don't let people work from home on a full-time basis. Most employers allow ad-hoc remote work for the person who needs to stay home for the plumber or wait for a package.
Technology such as chat programs and collaboration software made remote work feasible for many white collar workers in the last couple of decades. Employees love flexibility, often rating it high on benefits surveys. Parents in particular say it's "extremely important," a 2013 Pew survey found. Researchers have argued that unconventional work hours could even help close the pay gap.
In a bid to attract and retain employees'--and cut down on real estate costs'--companies permitted more remote work, and employees took advantage.
At the same time, work has also become more team-based. Only 38 percent of companies are "functionally" organized today with workers grouped together by job type, a 2016 Deloitte survey found. Most comprise collaborative groups that shift depending on the work. Deloitte found that one California organization was made up of over 30,000 constantly shifting teams. "I think that's why we're seeing remote work come back in," said Erica Volini, a U.S. Human Capital Leader at Deloitte. "In order to work in teams, you need a higher level of collaboration."
Some organizations found the most lenient work-from-home policies kept workers too isolated for that kind of work. These companies "took it to the extreme on virtual work," added Volini.
International Business Machines Corp. is one such company. Earlier this year the tech giant told 2,000 U.S. workers they could no longer work from home and about the same number of employees that they had to commute into offices more often. Facing 20 consecutive quarters of falling revenue, IBM hopes that bringing people back together will lead to faster, more productive, and more creative workers. (A 2012 report from IBM found (PDF) that companies with flexible work policies reported improvements in productivity and cost savings.)
"IBM's strategy is about adopting the best work method for the work being done," said an IBM spokesperson. "For example, small, multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, coders, project managers and designers work in close proximity, often directly with clients or end-users, continually generating and refining ideas."
One of the challenges with ending remote work is keeping employees happy. "It's going to require organizations to think about how to still provide flexibility for their workforce," said Deloitte's Volini. Companies removing the perk risk employee backlash and attrition. IBM, for instance, has been careful not to eliminate all flexible work arrangements. The company still offers ad-hoc work-from-home arrangements to accommodate appointments and child-care needs.
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Having everyone in the office has had "quite a positive impact" on business, said Laermer. Meetings are more productive, and employee morale has improved, he said. Laermer claims that employees "didn't mind" losing their freedom. "Youngish people need structure," he said, adding that they have small apartments and might not have a good place to work, anyway. He still offers flex time and lets workers leave at 3:00 p.m. on Fridays.
"I think people have to be trusted," Laermer said. "But the working-from-home thing has to be on a per-person basis, and it can't be very often. It just doesn't work."
(Corrects the number of IBM employees affected by the policy change in the tenth paragraph. )
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Eurozone faces doom 'no matter what' | Daily Mail Online
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 05:59
The eurozone is likely to break up no matter how hard France and Germany try to save it, one of the world's biggest investment banks is warning.
A senior employee at Bank of America Merrill Lynch says the single currency bloc has been gradually falling apart ever since it was formed almost 20 years ago.
Although several countries including Greece and Portugal received emergency bailouts during the financial crisis, richer countries like Germany have failed to redistribute wealth on a permanent basis to poorer countries in the eurozone.
London-based Athanasios Vamvakidis, who worked for the International Monetary Fund for 13 years before joining the US bank, said this has driven members apart and increased inequality.
A senior employee at Bank of America Merrill Lynch says the eurozone currency bloc has been gradually falling apart ever since it was formed almost 20 years ago (stock photo)
Although that changed briefly during the global financial crisis, he said 'divergence seems to be the norm since the eurozone was formed'.
Describing that as a 'red flag for the sustainability of the eurozone', he warned poorer countries may decide to break away from the bloc as they fall further into debt.
He said: 'Wouldn't such countries want to have their own monetary policy at some point? Wouldn't populism find the common currency to be an easy target '' which is already happening in some countries?'
He added: 'Without growth, debt could prove unsustainable in some countries and populism against the eurozone could find support in some cases, leading to exit of a country left behind.
Emmanuel Macron (pictured), France's pro-Brussels president, has proposed sweeping reforms to safeguard the single currency bloc, including introducing a new common budget
'The probability that a country, at the core or the periphery, may decide to leave under a populist leadership at some point in the future is not low, in our view.'
Emmanuel Macron, France's pro-Brussels president, has proposed sweeping reforms to safeguard the single currency bloc, including introducing a new common budget.
Germany, which would have to finance a disproportionate amount of the extra spending, has reacted cautiously to the proposals.
But Mr Vamvakidis said a wealthier country may also decide to quit because transferring wealth to poorer countries may not be 'politically feasible'.
He added that 'even in an ideal scenario', in which these reforms were introduced, the 'eurozone could still be at risk if the lack of convergence continues'.
The prognosis echoes that of former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King who said the 'one-size-fits-all currency' was doomed.
EU Threatens to Remove Poland's Voting Rights
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 12:04
Dictatorial Brussels disagrees with internal Polish laws.
The European Parliament is ''getting close'' to removing Poland's voting rights in yet another clamp down on national sovereignty.
Article 7 would suspend Poland's voting rights, essentially castrating the country as an EU member state.
It states: ''The sanctioning mechanism allows the Council to suspend certain rights deriving from the application of the treaties to the EU country in question, including the voting rights of that country in the Council. In that case the 'serious breach' must have persisted for some time.''
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But it's not the first time Poland has felt the full force of the EU's not so lovely liberal attitude '' Brussels told Poland to take in migrants or leave the bloc, another infringement of a country's independent decision making.
Full article: EU Threatens to Remove Poland's Voting Rights (Westmonster)
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Constitutional convention soros
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 05:18
Recently, The New American has reported on the efforts by radio talk show host Mark Levin and others to push for a constitutional convention (a convention of the states, in the parlance of the proponents).
In his new book, Levin argues that such a convention is the last hope ''to reform the federal government from its degenerate, bloated, imperial structure back to its (smaller) republican roots.''
Unfortunately, many otherwise well-educated and well-meaning conservatives have succumbed to Levin's siren song and they have gone so far as to deny the constitutionality of nullification and to insist that an Article V convention is the only way to restore the balance of federalism in our Republic.
Fighting for the Constitution as given to us by our Founders is a noble goal and the anxiety of the conservative con-con collaborators is understandable. We at The New American and The John Birch Society welcome the help of all those courageous enough to enlist in the battle to defeat the forces of federal absolutism. We part company with those pushing for an Article V convention, however, and we believe that a constitutional convention is not the right way to stop the federal assault on our Constitution and the freedoms it protects.
The New American and many other liberty-minded organizations promote nullification as the ''rightful remedy'' for curing the constant federal overreaching. We believe that as the agent of the states, the federal government has exceeded its contractual authority and the states as principals have the right to refuse to ratify any such usurpation.
Since the publication of Levin's admittedly popular book, the battle between those promoting nullification and those advocating for an Article V constitutional convention is a topic getting plenty of coverage in the alternative media.
There is another uncomfortable aspect of the Article V movement that is not being discussed, however, but needs to be, particularly in light of the good people who have associated themselves with it.
Within the ranks of those clamoring for an Article V convention are found numerous extremely radical, progressive, and socialist organizations that otherwise would have little in common with the conservatives fighting on the same side.
Wolf-Pac is one of the groups that this reporter suspects many Levin listeners would be surprised to know is their compatriot in a call for a con-con.
On its website, Wolf-Pac pushes for an Article V ''convention of the states'' as the best way to accomplish its ''ultimate goal:"
To restore true democracy in the United States by pressuring our State Representatives to pass a much needed 28th Amendment to our Constitution which would end corporate personhood and publicly finance all elections in our country.
In order to persuade Americans to join its cause, Wolf-Pac will:
inform the public by running television commercials, radio ads, social media, internet ads, and using the media platform of the largest online news show in the world, The Young Turks.
The Young Turks? Most constitutionalists (and I imagine most fans of Mark Levin) don't spend much time during the day watching the Young Turks, the YouTube-based news and entertainment channel that dubs itself the ''world's largest online news network.''
As unfamiliar as they may be with the Young Turks, it seems certain conservatives pushing for a con-con are even more unfamiliar with who pays the bills at this online purveyor of progressive ideology: George Soros (shown). Dan Gainor reports:
In fact, Soros funds nearly every major left-wing media source in the United States. Forty-five of those are financed through his support of the Media Consortium. That organization 'is a network of the country's leading, progressive, independent media outlets.' The list is predictable '-- everything from Alternet to the Young Turks.
That's right. George Soros '-- the financier of global fascism '-- is pumping millions of dollars into the same Article V campaign that is being promoted by Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, and other popular conservative spokesmen.
What will those in Wolf-Pac do if they are able to get ''their amendment'' proposed and accepted by an Article V convention?
''Celebrate the fact that we had the courage and persistance [sic] to accomplish something truly amazing and historic together.''
Anything a group with this anti-constitutional agenda would do to our Constitution would certainly be historic '-- in the worst way.
This should be enough to convince all true conservatives, constitutionalists, and friends of liberty to run headlong away from the ranks of the Article V con-con army, regardless of how popular and persuasive their generals may be.
It will likely surprise these devoted, but deluded, Article V advocates that Wolf-Pac is just the tip of the iceberg. These good people would be wise to take a look at this heavily abbreviated roster of their radical fellow travelers in the con-con movement, each of which is a registered ''founding member'' of the ''Move to Amend'' coalition.
Alliance for Democracy
Center for Media and Democracy
Code Pink
Independent Progressive Politics Network
Progressive Democrats of America
Sierra Club
Vermont for Single Payer
Mind you, hundreds more groups ''committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy'' are gathered under this umbrella.
This hardly seems to be a corps that most Levin listeners would be happy to stand shoulder to shoulder with in the fight for a ''convention of the states.'' In fairness, these allies likely don't share their conservative cohorts' love and loyalty to the Constitution.
It's time these right-minded men and women know with whom they are associating.
Its doubtful that Mark Levin's legion of listeners would be as eager to get behind his Article V con-con agenda if they knew whom they were fighting beside and how radically their new allies want to change our beloved Constitution.
And that's the problem. Regardless of the soothing words of Levin or others in the con-con camp, they cannot guarantee the outcome of such a convention. In fact, in light of the lists of leftist groups provided above, the results of the convention could be an outright scrapping of the Constitution written by the Founders in favor of one more in line with the progressive ideologies of Wolf-Pac, the Sierra Club, Code Pink, and others.
Remember, according to the history of Article V-style conventions, regardless of any state or congressional legislation requiring them to consider only one amendment (a balanced budget amendment, for example), the delegates elected to the convention would possess unlimited, though not unprecedented, power to propose revisions to the existing Constitution, based on the inherent right of the People in convention to alter or revise their government.
The mind boggles at the potential proposals that could come out of a convention composed of such radical representatives.
Don't forget, George Soros's billions are funding these fringe groups and politicians aren't known for their ability to resist hefty campaign contributions.
Conservatives should shudder at the specter of a convention endowed with power of this magnitude, populated by activists who have a Soros credit card in their pocket and a commitment to ''social justice'' as their purpose. All the good intentions of the conservatives in the Article V camp would not be enough to force all these devastating changes to the Constitution back inside the progressive Pandora's Box.
Readers are encouraged to click the links provided in this article and to investigate for themselves the agenda of the various Article V advocates and to determine if it's worth the risk to our Constitution that would be posed by the presence of these groups in the "convention of the states."
Finally, the startling information set out in this article is not meant as an attack on Mark Levin or anyone else working to call a ''convention of the states.'' Rather, it is intended to help the thousands of committed constitutionalists who find themselves believing in the Article V gospel he's preaching to realize who's sitting in the pews with them and whose money built the church.
Photo of George Soros: AP Images
Joe A. Wolverton, II, J.D. is a correspondent for The New American and travels frequently nationwide speaking on topics of nullification, the NDAA, the Second Amendment, and the surveillance state. He is the co-founder of Liberty Rising, an educational endeavor aimed at promoting and preserving the Constitution. Follow him on Twitter @TNAJoeWolverton and he can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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The Case For Making Hillary Clinton President '-- And Not Mike Pence '-- After Trump Is Impeached
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 15:57
In two earlier posts, this one and this, I predicted that Donald Trump would resign of his own accord by July 15th, and no later than August 18th of this year.
Either by resignation, impeachment, or invocation of the 25th Amendment (allowing for a president to be replaced if he is mentally unfit to serve), this prophecy appears to be coming true.
But when the Groper in Chief does disappear, who should fill the void?
Below I make the eminently defensible case that it should not be Vice-President Mike Pence, as the Constitution would suggest, but rather the woman from whom the election was stolen in the first place, Hillary Clinton.
Here is a 14-point justification for swearing in the most qualified presidential candidate in history:
Donald Trump became president with the aid of a hostile foreign power. He stole the election. That is a ''high crime'' and a felony under the Logan Act of 1799. He is an illegitimate and indictable president. A vulgar criminal who has no business occupying the Oval Office.Hillary won the popular vote. She was the people's choice by more than three million votes. Trump's catastrophic, treasonous presidency only affirms and underlines the legitimacy of her win.''I am enjoying your generous gift of the American presidency, Vlad. Now what can I do for you?'' (Credit: The New York Times)3. Donald Trump cheated his way to the presidency. If a team cheats in an athletic competition, the ''B'' team (in this case, Pence) does not automatically earn the win and get the medal. The victory goes to the opponent. That's fair and equitable. The cheats take the defeat.
4. Trump's vice-president, Mike Pence, knew about Russia's collusion, influence, and interference in our election. Yet, he never blew the whistle or objected. Therefore, he is equally culpable. He is not entitled to be commander in chief when he is already the commander in cheat.
5. Elevating Hillary Clinton, the ''runner-up'' in the 2016 election, to president after Trumplethinskin leaves would be unprecedented in American history. But the way Donald Trump became president, colluding with the enemy to snatch victory, is also unprecedented. Therefore, a solution must fit the exceptional nature of the crime'Š'--'Šit must be novel, dramatic, and also exceptional, so this never happens again. The heretofore anemic Democratic members of Congress must immediately propose Amendment 28 to the Constitution, prohibiting this exact sort of election thievery and punishing it in the severest of ways'Š'--'Šby expelling the cheaters from the Oval Office and restoring the losing party to power. That would end this Trump style of election criminality permanently. Otherwise it will happen again.
6. We now know the election was rigged in favor of Donald Trump. Only in a banana republic, with a ruling oligarchy (in this case, the Trump family monarchy) that thinks it is above the law, and where there is a corrupt alliance between big government and big business (think of Trump's many billionaire cabinets members and advisers) do incompetent dictators retain power. America must RESIST this breakdown of our defining democratic principles. We must dump Trump and instate Clinton.
7. The man who would be king is destroying America's reputation globally. He, and the entire Republican party that refuses to stand up to him, are doing irreparable damage to our country. President Psycho and his degenerate Gestapo must go. Hillary Clinton is respected abroad and has the best chance to rebuild America's damaged reputation overseas'Š'--'Šespecially with our disillusioned allies. This is so critical, we must stand with her again.
The King must go and he needs to take Sir SixPence along with him. (Credit: Channel 28 News)8. Mike ''Not At My Expense'' Pence is already plotting to take over when Trump resigns or is impeached. He clearly has no confidence in his boss because he knows Trump's many offenses are impeachable and that they will be his downfall. Pence also knew this during the campaign, but stayed on the ticket calculating that even if it was determined later on that Trump took the election fraudulently, he would become president. America can't let this scheming, ruthless flunky become it's next commander in chief. One woman was born to lead'Š'--'Šand must.
9. Hillary Clinton is not a golfer. Therefore, unlike SCROTUS, we can expect her to work for America on weekends, and not fly, at the taxpayers' expense, to Mar-A-GoGo every five days.
10. Once called a ''rock star diplomat'' by the New York Times Magazine, Hillary Clinton is a brilliant politician and seasoned stateswoman. She knows Washington and the world. She is not a novice. Or a boob. Or a dimwit. We've had seven months of an unqualified person in power and if it goes on much longer, he might get us all killed. When the political dust settles, and Daddy Warbucks is far, far away, we need a political savvy president at the helm to get us back on course'Š'--'Šnot Mike ''Just Pray To Jesus'' Pence.
11. Donald Trump would start a nuclear war simply as a way to divert attention from his many crimes and those of his corrupt cronies. He is that egotistical, that reckless, and that desperate to retain power. Mike Pence is cut from the same cretinesque cloth, with a pinch of religious fanatic thrown in. Once nuclear winter blows in, you don't get another chance to get it right. So you can pillory Hillary all you want, but she won't get us blown up simply because someone called her a nasty name. And that's the best reason to install her immediately upon Trump's removal.
12. An intimate understanding of the Constitution of the United States is mandatory for any presidential office holder. Hillary Clinton has read it and understands it. We know for certain that Donald Trump doesn't read and has zero curiosity about the Constitution'Š'--'Šhis only interest in it would be its value at a Christie's auction. Mike Pence knows only one provision of this historic document'Š'--'Šagain, it's the 25th Amendment, regarding succession by the vice-president to the presidency. Well, step away from the door, Mike, because it's not yours to take.
13. Women in America comprise 51% of the population. A majority. Yet, in this Trump presidency, that majority has almost no representation'Š'--'Šno women in the White House fighting for women's rights (Ivanka doesn't count, I'm speaking of elected, credentialed, appointed, female career politicians), virtually none in the cabinet, and very few in the Republican Senate. On top of that, this president has a horrendous reputation for demeaning and degrading women in the worst kind of language. I will be accused of relitigating that Hillary is best for American women issue here, but yes I am, and yes she is. Plus, it's about damn time!
14. Let's review: Donald Trump is only president because he broke the law and cheated his way to the White House. He is, and has always been, a crook, swindler, charlatan, double-crosser, fake, and dishonest con man. He's apoplectic that no one considers him a real president, because he knows better than anyone that he is a complete fraud. We all know, even Republicans, that it's time for him to go. The only question that remains is, who's next? Mike Pence, the man who is complicit in the treasonous crimes of Benedict Donald? Or Hillary Clinton, the woman who nine months ago had her presidential victory stolen by Russian President Vladimir Putin, his pinhead puppet Donald Trump, and the Republican Party leadership that was happy to turn the other way as treachery and betrayal were being committed against America right under their noses?
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Laptop ban: US lifts restrictions on Saudi Arabian flights - BBC News
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 12:01
Image copyright Getty Images The ban on laptops in cabins of direct flights from Saudi Arabia to the United States has been lifted according to Saudi Arabian Airlines.
It says two hub airports which serve the US have received clearance from the US Department of Homeland Security.
Riyadh's King Khalid airport is the last of 10 airports to be exempted from the ban.
In March, the US banned laptops and other large electronic devices to and from eight mostly Muslim nations.
US officials will check that Saudi airports are complying with new security measures.
King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh have both been inspected and cleared to allow laptops in aircraft cabins.
Those two airports have direct international flights from Saudi Arabia to the US.
Saudi Arabian Airlines, also know as Saudia, is the only airline that flies direct to the United States from Saudi Arabia.
Earlier this month Dubai-based Emirates and Turkish Airlines said the cabin ban no longer applied to their flights.
A travel ban on citizen from six majority-Muslim nations remains in place, although has been challenged in US courts.
Walnuts!
Walnuts Are Drugs,... Says FDA
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 03:39
Seen any walnuts in your medicine cabinet lately? According to the Food and Drug Administration, that is precisely where you should find them. Because Diamond Foods made truthful claims about the health benefits of consuming walnuts that the FDA didn't approve, it sent the company a letter declaring, ''Your walnut products are drugs'' '-- and ''new drugs'' at that '-- and, therefore, ''they may not legally be marketed '... in the United States without an approved new drug application.'' The agency even threatened Diamond with ''seizure'' if it failed to comply.
Diamond's transgression was to make ''financial investments to educate the public and supply them with walnuts,'' as William Faloon of Life Extension magazine put it. On its website and packaging, the company stated that the omega-3 fatty acids found in walnuts have been shown to have certain health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and some types of cancer. These claims, Faloon notes, are well supported by scientific research: ''Life Extension has published 57 articles that describe the health benefits of walnuts''; and ''The US National Library of Medicine database contains no fewer than 35 peer-reviewed published papers supporting a claim that ingesting walnuts improves vascular health and may reduce heart attack risk.''
This evidence was apparently not good enough for the FDA, which told Diamond that its walnuts were ''misbranded'' because the ''product bears health claims that are not authorized by the FDA.''
The FDA's letter continues: ''We have determined that your walnut products are promoted for conditions that cause them to be drugs because these products are intended for use in the prevention, mitigation, and treatment of disease.'' Furthermore, the products are also ''misbranded'' because they ''are offered for conditions that are not amenable to self-diagnosis and treatment by individuals who are not medical practitioners; therefore, adequate directions for use cannot be written so that a layperson can use these drugs safely for their intended purposes.'' Who knew you had to have directions to eat walnuts?
''The FDA's language,'' Faloon writes, ''resembles that of an out-of-control police state where tyranny [reigns] over rationality.'' He adds:
This kind of bureaucratic tyranny sends a strong signal to the food industry not to innovate in a way that informs the public about foods that protect against disease. While consumers increasingly reach for healthier dietary choices, the federal government wants to deny food companies the ability to convey findings from scientific studies about their products.
Walnuts aren't the only food whose health benefits the FDA has tried to suppress. Producers of pomegranate juice and green tea, among others, have felt the bureaucrats' wrath whenever they have suggested that their products are good for people.
Meanwhile, Faloon points out, foods that have little to no redeeming value are advertised endlessly, often with dubious health claims attached. For example, Frito-Lay is permitted to make all kinds of claims about its fat-laden, fried products, including that Lay's potato chips are ''heart healthy.'' Faloon concludes that ''the FDA obviously does not want the public to discover that they can reduce their risk of age-related disease by consuming healthy foods. They prefer consumers only learn about mass-marketed garbage foods that shorten life span by increasing degenerative disease risk.''
Faloon thinks he knows why this is the case. First, by stifling competition from makers of more healthful alternatives, junk food manufacturers, who he says ''heavily lobb[y]'' the federal government for favorable treatment, will rake in ever greater profits. Second, by making it less likely that Americans will consume healthful foods, big pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers stand to gain by selling more ''expensive cardiac drugs, stents, and coronary bypass procedures'' to those made ill by their diets.
But people are starting to fight back against the FDA's tactics. ''The makers of pomegranate juice, for example, have sued the FTC for censoring their First Amendment right to communicate scientific information to the public,'' Faloon reports. Congress is also getting into the act with a bill, the Free Speech About Science Act (H.R. 1364), that, Faloon writes, ''protects basic free speech rights, ends censorship of science, and enables the natural health products community to share peer-reviewed scientific findings with the public.''
Of course, if the Constitution were being followed as intended, none of this would be necessary. The FDA would not exist; but if it did, as a creation of Congress it would have no power to censor any speech whatsoever. If companies are making false claims about their products, the market will quickly punish them for it, and genuine fraud can be handled through the courts. In the absence of a government agency supposedly guaranteeing the safety of their food and drugs and the truthfulness of producers' claims, consumers would become more discerning, as indeed they already are becoming despite the FDA's attempts to prevent the dissemination of scientific research. Besides, as Faloon observed, ''If anyone still thinks that federal agencies like the FDA protect the public, this proclamation that healthy foods are illegal drugs exposes the government's sordid charade.''
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Kamala Harris Spends Big With Media Firm That Boosted Bernie Sanders's National Profile - Washington Free Beacon
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 01:14
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Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.) has paid the online media firm that helped propel Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during his dark horse run for the 2016 Democratic primary more than $400,000 this year, filings show.
Revolution Messaging LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based progressive online media firm founded by Scott Goodstein, an online director for Obama for America in 2008, was instrumental in helping push Sanders's message out and raise his profile during his race against Hillary Clinton by creating his digital and branding strategy.
"In the spring of 2015, before the campaign launched, we knew Bernie Sanders was a leader who stood on the right side of history," the group wrote in their case study. "But Bernie was polling around 3 percent, had no establishment support, little name recognition and was running against a popular and 'inevitable' Democratic primary opponent. We had our work cut out for us. With no offline fundraising team, no Super PAC, and no Wall Street money, we would have to raise almost all of the campaign's money from small-dollar donations."
Revolution ultimately helped Sanders raise $218 million online and has won numerous awards for their work on behalf of his campaign.
Harris, who is commonly floated as a potential candidate for president in 2020, paid the firm large sums of money for the likes of advertising despite not being up for reelection in her home state of California until 2022.
Harris's Senate campaign began paying Revolution Messaging in July 2016, Federal Election Commission records show. From July 7 to Election Day, the campaign paid the firm $381,632 for advertising and campaign consulting. From Election Day to the end of the year, an additional $122,000 in payments from Harris's campaign were made to Revolution.
"Kamala Harris' U.S. Senate campaign knew it needed to use social media as a way to channel her authentic voice and connect with voters," Revolution writes of their work on the campaign. "We were honored to partner with her campaign to turn around its anemic social media growth and transform its Facebook and Twitter accounts into a powerful bully pulpit."
"Inspired by effective methods from the Bernie Sanders campaign, our social media team knew that creativity, authenticity and timeliness were necessities," they continue. "Halloween memes, story collections, petitions, and capitalizing on small, but timely moments helped distill Harris' authentic voice and quickly double social media followers."
The large disbursements from Harris' campaign to Revolution have continued this year.
Kamala Harris reported spending nearly $300,000 on the firm's services during the first quarter, which runs from Jan. 1 to March 31. A majority of this amount ($265,000) has gone towards web advertisements.
Throughout the second quarter, which spans from April 1 to July 31, Harris's campaign paid another $110,000 to Revolution with nearly $70,000 of this amount going to advertising.
Harris's campaign has spent a total of $407,530 with Revolution so far this year.
The Hillreported Tuesday that liberal donors have been buzzing about the freshman senator, who attended a fundraising event in the Hamptons with former top donors to Hillary Clinton this past weekend.
"She's running for president, take it to the bank," one donor reportedly said. "She's absolutely going to run."
Revolution Messaging did not respond to requests for comment on their work on behalf of Harris. Harris' campaign also did not respond to requests for comment by press time.
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War on Men
It's official, men still prefer women to be young and thin
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 11:00
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Women may be loving their curves more now than they ever have before, but apparently some men don't quite feel the same.
That's according to a study (first published in PeerJ in 2015) which focused on different female body shape preferences, conducted by Professor John Speakman.
Speakman's team gave men from 10 countries across the world a set of cards featuring the varying body shapes of women, and told to rank them in order of attractiveness.
The most popular card depicted a female body with a BMI of 19, which is borderline underweight and typically associated with youth. The study also found that the popularity of female body shapes decreased as the BMI increased.
Men fall in love faster than women, a study says
Apparently there's an evolutionary reason for this preference, as younger people are seen as fitter and therefore having a better ability to reproduce.
"Fitness in evolutionary terms comprises two things: survival and the ability to reproduce," Speakman explains. "What we wanted to investigate was the idea that when we look at someone and think they are physically attractive, are we actually making that assessment based on a hard-wired evolutionary understanding of their potential for future survival and reproductive ability?"
One of the study's authors, Dr Lobke Vaanholt, added: "Although most people will not be surprised that extreme thinness was perceived as the most attractive body type, since this prevails so heavily in media, culture and fashion, the important advance is that now we have an evolutionary understanding of why this is the case."
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Pando's Sarah Lacy explains why "toxic masculinity" pervades Silicon Valley | BetaKit
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 10:58
The Silicon Valley bro culture bubble has burst, and Sarah Lacy wants you to know it.
Award-winning journalist, founder of PandoDaily, and former senior editor at TechCrunch, Lacy has been reporting on the Silicon Valley tech scene for more than fifteen years. She has written two critically-acclaimed books about it.
She wants the men of Silicon Valley to be terrified right about now, because the resurgence of feminism resulting from the behaviour of President Trump has finally given women a sense of urgency. Women are willing to risk their own careers to call out the gross sexism that pervades Silicon Valley and tech culture in general. The beginning of the end is here.
''What we're seeing is not just greed. Toxic masculinity is superseding data.''
'' Sarah Lacy, PandoDaily founder
Speaking at Startupfest in Montreal on Friday, Lacy called attention, in the most vehement way, to the confusion of the pursuit of money and power with the pursuit of masculinity that you see across Silicon Valley.
This ''toxic masculinity'' is now impossible to ignore. We've reached a point where despite what many men would like to say and think, the world at large is aware of the sexism, sexual harassment, and overall ''shitty behaviour'' coming out of tech companies in the Valley.
''80 percent of female VCs say they have witnessed sexism in tech,'' said Lacy, ''Only 28 percent of men did. So these conversations that have been happening in the last couple of weeks, where people say 'well, this isn't happening at my firm' or 'I've never seen this' or 'these must be outliers' or 'it can't really be this bad''... look at that stat. It is happening even if you're not seeing it, and by the way, there's a race element to this too.''
Lacy argues that Silicon Valley has become a place where people ''brag about law breaking,'' where the culture of disruption has led to founders who are willing to jeopardize the future of their companies in order to get the headline, ''so [the rise of toxic masculinity] isn't a surprise if that's how you're building companies'' she said. ''Grabbing, possessing, and putting women in their place fits that psychological pattern.''
''It's all been about this big man syndrome, proving this precarious masculinity of 'look how big and bad and awesome and risk-taker and bro-ey and baller I am,' to borrow Uber's favourite word,'' Lacy continued.
This behaviour, of course, goes against all of the data. We have read the reports that state that working more than 50 hours a week leads to declines in productivity. We have all seen the stats about diversity driving innovation, and the advantages of female leadership in companies. And yet this idea that ''you have to be 24/7 crushing it,'' persists, said Lacy, and this keeps a lot of women, in particular mothers, out of the industry.
Data also shows that companies with female founders perform better, as do female VCs.
''That's particularly shocking,'' said Lacy, ''Because a lot of female VCs are ghettoized into sectors like healthcare, or ecommerce, or corporate venture capital groups, which have the worst proceeds overall.''
''If you're in your forties, you're not in your young misogyny phase that all men go through. You are a misogynist.''
While female VCs have been outperforming men, the number of firms led by female VCs has been reduced by half, Lacy continued. ''There are fewer women getting the job, even though they are statistically creating the best returns.''
''What we're seeing is not just greed. Toxic masculinity is superseding data.''
There is hope, however. Trump has energized feminism in the US, and we're now seeing the most cohesive and unsplintered move for women's rights in history. As more women speak out, more scandals will force the Travis Kalanicks of the world out of their companies, and the blinders will come off for the rest of them.
So how men can help? ''It's not by co-opting the conversation and trying to use the same rational factor ego of wanting to compare valuations with suddenly trying to compare 'wokeness,''' said Lacy, alluding to a popular term that describes awareness of social injustices. Believe women when they speak out, for one. And don't hire known sexual predators, Lacy continued. She also warned against believing or congratulating someone for their apologies as ''so far they've tried to walk it back every single time.''
''White men have to stop getting endless chances,'' Lacy concluded. ''If you're in your forties, you're not in your young misogyny phase that all men go through. You are a misogynist and you cannot work in this industry.''
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VIDEO - Heinz unveils 'Chicago Dog Sauce' to get around city's 'no-ketchup' rule | WGN-TV
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:06
CHICAGO '-- Heinz unveiled a ''new'' sauce on Monday to get around Chicago's strict ''no ketchup on hotdogs'' rule.
On National Hot Dog Day, Heinz unveiled Chicago Dog Sauce which is made with delicious red ripe tomatoes and a special blend of spices and flavorings. Sounds a lot like ketchup, doesn't it? That's because it is ketchup.
The Heinz brand believes that you should never settle on taste and quality. And when it comes to hot dogs, they're best topped with the great taste of Heinz Ketchup. So, Heinz went to the most anti-ketchup-on-your-hot-dog city in the nation, Chicago, to see if taste would win.
Chicago Dog Sauce is available for a limited time at the suggested retail price of $5 plus shipping & handling at chicagodogsauce.com.
VIDEO - Pelosi: The Republican Budget ''Stirs'' Up Violence | NTK Network
Thu, 20 Jul 2017 01:02
The Republican budget ''stirs'' up violence, rather than preventing the spread of it, Pelosi alleged on Wednesday.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) accused Republicans of proposing a budget that will cause violence to spread, while speaking at a rally to oppose education budget cuts on Wednesday.
''A budget that says we do not measure the strength of our country in the health, education, and well-being of our people. We only measure it in military might,'' Pelosi told the crowd. ''You know what that does? It requires more military might. It takes us down the wrong path.''
''We take an oath to protect and defend,'' Pelosi concluded. ''But, that's not the point of this. This is supposed to be a budget that prevents the spread of violence, instead they have a budget that stirs it up.''
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VIDEO - Kurt Eichenwald Goes On Righteous Rant Against Fox News Propaganda | Crooks and Liars
Tue, 18 Jul 2017 06:32
Fox "Democrat" Tamara Holder told Joy Reid this morning that Fox "gets things right" because their viewers really just care about jobs and the economy.
Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald was having none of it.
"I think her point was ridiculous," Eichenwald said.
"We're talking about a situation seems like nobody understands what happened --certainly not Fox News. We had, we were subject to an act of war. This was not some little computer problem. This act of war has been done by Russia against England, the Netherlands, it has been done against Italy, it has been done against France.
"The entire purpose, American intelligence agencies know, is to drive a wedge and break apart the western alliances. Yes, it would be nice to talk jobs. We are in a war. And the problem with the Trump administration and the propaganda Fox News, they look at it only through the prism of what does it mean for Trump, what does it mean for the Republican party," he said.
"I truthfully don't care what it means for Trump. I believe we as a nation need to be focused on what do we do about the enemy, what do we do to preserve American democracy. Unfortunately you have the fact that Trump is a -- not Trump, Fox is a propaganda network, which functions off the idea of breaking people up into teams, so they're aiding and abetting the enemy. They're aiding and abetting those people we are currently at war with -- the Russians.
"In order to play for their team, to make it GOP versus Democrats. It's not. It is the United States of America versus people who are a country trying to destroy our democracy, break up the western alliance, and in the process Fox News is saying, 'Don't worry about the Russians, don't worry about people trying to attack democracy, let's attack instead the intelligence agencies giving us these conclusions, let's pretend the Democrats are involved, and let's return to tax cuts.'
"It's obscene," he said. "It is propaganda, and it has to stop. The Republican party -- which unfortunately Jennifer Rubin, conservative, wrote this morning, is in opposition to reality. The Republican party has to take over and decide whether or not they're going to allow the propaganda to drive democracy, or side with America and help fight this enemy."
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VIDEO - VIDEO: Maxine Waters short circuits during live TV interview - The American MirrorThe American Mirror
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 06:52
Liberal rock star Maxine Waters suffered an awkward moment during a live interview on Friday when she appeared to short circuit mid-sentence.
Waters was speaking to MSNBC's Katy Tur when she had a verbal malfunction.
Waters was once again slamming President Trump and spinning her Russia conspiracy theories when she questioned the patriotism of Trump supporters and said, ''I just don't understand why they don't call it like it is and recognize that evidence is pouring in and it's growing, or what'-- is matt'-- what, what is wrong with them, I just don't quite understand,'' she struggled to say.
In April, the 78-year-old congresswoman suffered a brain freeze during another interview.
Speaking with Yahoo News, Waters was talking about China's role in containing North Korea, and momentarily appeared confused about what she was discussing.
''Those in China have a great trading relationship, they sell an awful lot of stuff to North Korea,'' she said.
''And so (the Chinese) president is warning Trump, 'okay, don't start talking about preemptive strikes. We want a diplomatic solution,''' Waters said, speculating about China's conversations with Trump.
The 78-year-old continued, '''We do not want war in, uh, uh, uh, North Korea '-- North, uh, um, um, Korea at all,''' struggling to complete her thought.
VIDEO - Macaroni and cheese: Are there phthalates are in there? - CNN.com
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 05:34
The small study evaluated 30 different cheese products which included natural cheese products, including block or string cheese, as well as processed cheese slices and the cheese powder found in boxed macaroni and cheese. The analysis found evidence of the chemical in 29 of the 30 products tested. Natural cheeses had the lowest levels of the chemical, while processed cheese products had the highest levels.
The analysis was done by the the Coalition for Safer Food Processing & Packaging, a consortium of environmental health advocacy groups, and has not been published in a peer reviewed journal.
Phthalates are a family of chemicals that are widely used in soaps, plastics, adhesives, rubbers, inks and fragrances. While these chemicals aren't intentionally added into foods, they make their way in through the manufacturing process.
"They are used in the plastic tubing, the plastic gloves, the gaskets all along the food supply chain," said Mike Belliveau, executive director of the Environmental Health Strategy Center, one of the groups participating in the coalition. Diet is considered a major route of exposure to these chemicals.According to the National Institutes of Health, these chemicals are believed to be endocrine disruptors, able to interfere with the body's hormonal system. They are easily absorbed by fat cells, moving from plastics into food, and food into people. High levels of exposure have been linked to fertility issues for both men and women, as well as behavioral and neurodevelopmental issues in children who are exposed to them in utero. According to the National Toxicology Program, the phthalate DEHP is likely to cause cancer, based on evidence in mice.Banned in children's products
While the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledges that some phthalates have a direct impact on the reproductive system of animals, they say that "the impact of low level exposure on humans is unknown" and that more research still needs to be done. However, since 2008, a number of phthalates have been banned in children's products by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission. The European Commission also bans five different phthalates from food packaging materials.According to Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman Megan McSeveney, for a phthalate to be used in food packaging, "there must be sufficient scientific information to demonstrate the substance is safe under the intended conditions of use." She added that "the FDA continues to examine data on these compounds as it becomes available. "
Just how much is there?
Of the coalition's analysis of 30 cheese products, 10 were boxed macaroni and cheese powders, five were sliced cheese products, and the remaining 15 products were natural cheese products including hard, shredded, string and cottage cheeses. The samples were sent to an independent lab in Belgium, where the fats were extracted and tested for 13 different types of phthalates.When looking at the fat alone, the powdered cheese mix had a concentration of phthalates more than 4 times that of the natural cheeses, and more than 1.5 times the amount in processed cheeses. To approximate a more realistic serving, the survey calculated levels of phthalates based on the fat content of each product. When doing so, the level of phthalate in a package of powdered cheese was about twice the level in the natural cheeses, and similar to sliced cheese.
Of the 30 products tested, some were labeled organic. Nine were Kraft Heinz products. Kraft Heinz is the largest seller of boxed macaroni and cheese, making up 76% of the market share. When asked about the report, Kraft Heinz told CNN, "We do not add phthalates to our products. The trace amounts that were reported in this limited study are more than 1,000 times lower than levels that scientific authorities have identified as acceptable. Our products are safe for consumers to enjoy."
When trying to estimate how many phthalates we consume and are exposed to overall, Jessie Buckley, assistant professor of environmental health and engineering at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said it's not clear.See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter.
"We don't have a lot of information on how much phthalates are in different foods. There's no requirement to release that info," said Buckley. She said that while the chemicals can quickly leave our body -- taking as little as several hours, sometimes -- the concern is the constant exposure we have to them from plastics to food, which can be particularly concerning for pregnant women.
"We don't know what the safe limits are -- but it's prudent to limit exposure if we can," she added. Buckely was not involved in the assessment.
Belliveau of the Environmental Health Strategy Center said, "We're not alleging that any single product is unsafe ... but the risk is already too high, so further research is needed to identify where the phthalates are coming from."
The Coalition for Safer Food Processing & Packaging is petitioning Kraft Heinz to identify the source of chemicals and remove them from the food packaging process.
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Sat, 15 Jul 2017 06:30
VIDEO - Fox anchor stuns co-host into silence after calling out 'mind-boggling' lies of Trump's inner circle
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:34
Fox News host Shepard Smith went OFF on the lies of Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Jr. In the video below, he pulled no punches and actually left Chris Wallace stunned. Wallace sat there for an uncomfortable moment before he responded.
''If there's nothing there''''and that's what they tell us, there's nothing to this, and nothing came of it'... if all of that, why all these lies? Why is it lie after lie after lie? [...] The deception, Chris, is mind-boggling. And there are still people out there who believe we're making it up. And one day they're gonna realize we're not.''
This is must-watch from Shepard Smith at Fox News.
VIDEO - John Oliver and Stephen Colbert on Trump Jr. Scandal: "Are They Just Too Dumb to Realize What's Happening?" | Hollywood Reporter
Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:26
7:35 AM PDT 7/13/2017 by Lorena O'Neil
John Oliver seemed gleeful during his visit with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, speaking about the Donald Trump Jr. controversy as well as trying hard not to speak about the coal lawsuit against him.
Colbert started off by saying he imagined Oliver took a break from airing his show this time over the summer because it's usually a "safe" time to take off, when news is normally slow. "You'd have to have an offspring who is so stupid," said Oliver, laughing, and referring to Donald Trump Jr.
He said that his framing of the scandal as "Stupid Watergate" was supposed to be a self-contained joke but current events are making it more relevant. Colbert asked Oliver for his first reaction to Trump Jr.'s emails. Oliver responded that he thought, "Well this is something, as long as we live in a world where something means anything, and I'm not sure we do anymore." He added that we may now live in a world devoid of consequences.
The Late Show host agreed, saying he was speaking to his executive producer about being used to a world that is divided on polarizing issues. "Have we come to a nation where colluding with a hostile foreign power to manipulate our election is a left, right thing?"
"The very fact that you just said that sentence aloud shows that we are turbo-fucked," said Oliver.
The hosts debated whether the Trumps understand collusion, and Oliver pointed out that he's amazed that people are now forced to question, "Is it possible there's not a logical sequence of thoughts in their mind that have made them understand the gravity of the situation they're in? The fact that we're wondering that ..."
"Are they just too dumb to realize what's happening? And the answer is not definitely no," Oliver continued. Colbert agreed, saying it's "chilling."
The hosts also compared stories of being terrified while filming their shows in Russia. They spoke about being followed by Russian authorities. Oliver remembers someone drilling into his ceiling at night, joking that they were doing it to frighten him and it worked. His producer also found someone in his hotel room pretending to be opening a window. Colbert recently returned and his Russian footage will air next week, while Oliver went a few years ago to interview Edward Snowden.
After the commercial break, Colbert turned to the subject of Oliver being sued by an energy company and Oliver squirmed in his chair, smiling. "You're torturing me," Oliver said. "I literally promised my executive producer before I came here 'I won't talk about it' and now we're here."
"There are many things that I want to say, I'm bursting, look into my eyes," Oliver said. Colbert offered to say some things while Oliver sat next to him.
Colbert read a series of statements about the lawsuit, jokingly asking if he's going to get Oliver sued again or if Colbert himself was going to get sued for asking Oliver questions.
"I'm in hell right now," Oliver said, laughing and adding that he has a sequence of jokes in his head as responses to Colbert's questions, but he has another voice saying "You're dead, if it happens."
When Colbert talked about a lawsuit he was faced with at The Daily Show, Oliver asked if he settled. "We won," Colbert said. "I'm going to do that as well. Oh, god, that was too much," Oliver said.
During his visit, Oliver was treated to the honor of being added to Colbert's "Trump Attacked Me on Twitter Hall of Fame." The Trump tweet was about refusing to go on Oliver's "very boring" show. Oliver said that while he doesn't deny his show is "very boring," nobody ever invited Trump to be on the show, a lie he called so meaningless it becomes meaningful.
"What kind of moron would lie about something this pathetic?" he asked.

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