What’s on TV This Week: The Emmys and Monday Night Football

WATCH: Broncos’ Melvin Gordon’s 70-yard touchdown run against Giants – The Denver Post

Melvin Gordon III is one fast man.

In the fourth quarter, the Broncos running back took the handoff up the middle and ran 70 yards en route to a touchdown against the Giants.

The score gave Denver a 27-7 lead.

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Man killed after shooting in southeast Denver – The Denver Post

A man has died after being shot in southeast Denver on Sunday afternoon, according to Denver police.

The incident occurred in the 10700 block of East Dartmouth Avenue where police arrived to discover a man who had suffered a gunshot wound.

He was later declared dead at the scene, according to Denver police tweet at 8:19 p.m. The death is being investigated as a homicide.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.

Larry Kudlow Says He Misses ‘Calmness’ Of Donald Trump. Twitter Critics Can’t Even.

Twitter critics were quick to slam Larry Kudlow on Sunday after the former White House economic adviser said he “yearns for the calmness of Donald Trump.”

Even Kudlow seemed to be aware of how incredible that sounded, because he instantly added: “I’m being actually quite serious here.”

Kudlow — who, incidentally, also declared 18 months ago that the Trump administration had shut down COVID-19 “pretty close to airtight” — said during an appearance on Fox Business that the former president was a “good, hands-on decision-maker.”

It wasn’t Kudlow’s first time making such a statement. 

“Truthfully, I yearn for the calm, peaceful, placid leadership days of President Donald Trump,” he said last week on his own Fox Business program after bashing President Joe Biden over the United States’ exit from Afghanistan, which Trump had set up.

Kudlow has consistently expressed disappointment in the new administration. He complained earlier this year that he thought Biden would force everyone to drink “plant-based” beer (instead of beer typically made from grains, hops and yeast…).  

He said he wasn’t “worried about tweets and whatever” in response to his comments about Trump’s “calmness.” So:

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Harris started ‘politicization’ of COVID-19 vaccines, Christie says

Gov. Ricketts on possible legal action against Biden’s vaccine mandate

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts discusses GOP state leaders’ pushback against Biden’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Vice President Kamala Harris got the ball rolling on the politicization of COVID-19 vaccines when she declared at her sole vice presidential debate that she would not roll up her sleeve to take the jab approved by regulators under the Trump administration, Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, said.

“That put us in a totally different area that allowed it to be politicized and that politicization is just continuing now” he told ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.

“My message to unvaccinated Americans is this: what more is there to wait for? What more do you need to see? We have made vaccinations free, safe, & convenient. The vaccine is FDA approved. Over 200 million Americans have gotten at least one shot. We have been patient, but our patience is wearing thin, and the refusal has cost all of us,” Biden said at a press conference on Thursday.


China has 'too many' auto companies now, consolidation needed, minister says

China's industry minister said on Monday that currently there are "too many" auto companies in China, and consolidation in the industry is needed.

China would encourage companies to consolidate to further increase industry concentration, Xiao Yaqing, minister of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology told reporters.

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India looking to tax cryptocurrency trades and ecosystem in the country -ET Now

FILE PHOTO: Representations of cryptocurrencies are placed on PC motherboard in this illustration taken, June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

(Reuters) – The Indian government is looking to tax cryptocurrency trades and ecosystem in the country, news website ET Now tweeted on Monday, citing sources.

The tax department is in favour of taxing crypto exchanges and trades and the government feels that any activity that generates income must pay tax, ET Now reported bit.ly/3AdNx1O.

What’s on TV This Week: The Emmys and Monday Night Football

The best of prime-time television will be honored during the 73rd annual Emmy Awards and the tradition of Monday Night Football continues.

By Shivani Gonzalez