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(You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. You give us five minutes, and we give you five things you must know for your weekday, plus a Sunday edition to get your week started smart. Sign up here.)TODAY• The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards arrives. Will “Game of Thrones” rule, or could the “Bodyguard,” “Better Call Saul” or “Killing Eve” thwart its dominance? Review nominees in major categories, then tune in at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.'Game of Thrones' leading the way in Emmy nominations'Game of Thrones' leading the way in Emmy nominationsemmy award nominee announced game of thrones mxp vpx_00011020JUST WATCHED’Game of Thrones’ leading the way in Emmy nominationsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

‘Game of Thrones’ leading the way in Emmy nominations 02:40• A lot more than done-me-wrong songs. Ken Burns’ new epic, “Country Music,” traces the American mainstay from its birth in the 1920s. The latest installments of the eight-part, 16-hour series air nightly through Wednesday at 8 ET on PBS.Nashville is the hot new place for bachelorette partiesNashville is the hot new place for bachelorette parties03 nashville bachelorette capitalJUST WATCHEDNashville is the hot new place for bachelorette partiesReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Nashville is the hot new place for bachelorette parties 03:24Read More• The Rugby World Cup is in full scrum. New Zealand returns to defend its back-to-back titles against 19 teams, including a US squad (though event host Japan may already be distracted by Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics). The final is November 2. Here’s how to watch.Rugby players advised to cover tattoos in JapanRugby players advised to cover tattoos in JapanRugby players advised to cover tattoos in JapanJUST WATCHEDRugby players advised to cover tattoos in JapanReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Rugby players advised to cover tattoos in Japan 01:28MONDAY• The world comes to New York. The United Nations General Assembly convenes this week, kicking off with a climate summit. President Trump is expected to speak Tuesday ahead of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who’s still awash in Brexit woes. Also on the week’s docket are recent developments in Iran, Venezuela and Israel.On GPS: Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on the brink of war?On GPS: Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on the brink of war?exp GPS 0922 UN Secretary General Guterres on attacks on Saudi Aramco_00003008JUST WATCHEDOn GPS: Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on the brink of war?ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

On GPS: Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on the brink of war? 01:30• Ex-Dallas officer’s trial starts. Amber Guyger is due to go on trial for the murder of Botham Jean. Guyger, who is white, was off-duty when she went into what she says she thought was her apartment and fatally shot Jean, an unarmed black man, in his own home. Guyger was fired shortly after the incident.Police officer indicted in Botham Jean's deathPolice officer indicted in Botham Jean's deathPolice officer indicted in Botham Jean's deathJUST WATCHEDPolice officer indicted in Botham Jean’s deathReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Police officer indicted in Botham Jean’s death 03:01• Fall into fall. The season of pumpkin spice and endless leaf-bagging begins around 4 a.m. ET.Colorful places Maine Fall FoliagesmColorful places Maine Fall Foliagesm• Happy birthday to The Boss. Bruce Springsteen turns 70. How Springsteen OK'd 'Blinded By The Light'How Springsteen OK'd 'Blinded By The Light'How Springsteen OK'd 'Blinded By The Light'JUST WATCHEDHow Springsteen OK’d ‘Blinded By The Light’ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

How Springsteen OK’d ‘Blinded By The Light’ 03:02TUESDAY• NTSB reviews fatal Massachusetts fires. A year after a series of fires and explosions rocked cities north of Boston, the National Transportation Safety Board is due to meet to determine what caused the blasts. A teenager was killed and others were hurt when more than 60 suspected gas fires broke out, forcing thousands to evacuate. Several suspected gas explosions caused fires in MassachusettsSeveral suspected gas explosions caused fires in MassachusettsSuspected gas explosions massachusetts fires zw orig_00000000JUST WATCHEDSeveral suspected gas explosions caused fires in MassachusettsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Several suspected gas explosions caused fires in Massachusetts 00:53• 1st US cannabis café opens. You’ve heard of wine pairings; how about weed pairings? Lowell Café is set to open near Los Angeles, aiming to reduce the stigma around marijuana.Possible cannabis plants found at state Capitol buildingPossible cannabis plants found at state Capitol buildingPossible cannabis plants found at state Capitol buildingJUST WATCHEDPossible cannabis plants found at state Capitol buildingReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Possible cannabis plants found at state Capitol building 00:52• 1st down, Congress! This is no sports metaphor. Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle team up with ex-NFL players to face off against the US Capitol Police in the 10th annual charity football game.Sights and sounds from the congressional gameSights and sounds from the congressional gameSights and sounds from the congressional gameJUST WATCHEDSights and sounds from the congressional gameReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Sights and sounds from the congressional game 01:22WEDNESDAY• ‘Military-style assault weapons’ up for debate. The House Judiciary Committee is due to hold a hearing on “military-style assault weapons,” which some Democrats want to ban. The firearms have been used in mass attacks in Las Vegas, El Paso, Texas, and elsewhere. Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke highlighted the issue at a recent debate, saying, “Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15.” Beto O'Rourke: We should stop selling weapons of warBeto O'Rourke: We should stop selling weapons of warBeto O'Rourke: We should stop selling weapons of warJUST WATCHEDBeto O’Rourke: We should stop selling weapons of warReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Beto O’Rourke: We should stop selling weapons of war 01:52THURSDAY• Whistleblower complaint takes center stage. The acting director of national intelligence has agreed to testify publicly before the House Intelligence Committee. Joseph Maguire has blocked the panel from seeing a whistleblower complaint about communications between President Trump and a foreign leader.Cooper breaks down whistleblower complaint revelationsCooper breaks down whistleblower complaint revelationsCooper breaks down whistleblower complaint revelationsJUST WATCHEDCooper breaks down whistleblower complaint revelationsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Cooper breaks down whistleblower complaint revelations 04:26• Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ marks 50 years. The last album recorded by the Fab Four was released a half-century ago. Fans last month flocked to the London street crossing featured on the record’s cover.50th anniversary edition of 'Abbey Road'50th anniversary edition of 'Abbey Road'50th anniversary edition of 'Abbey Road'JUST WATCHED50th anniversary edition of ‘Abbey Road’ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

50th anniversary edition of ‘Abbey Road’ 01:29FRIDAY• Racing returns to beleaguered Santa Anita. The autumn meet is scheduled to open at the California race course where 31 horses have died since December. Investigations are underway and stricter rules have been implemented following the deaths.Horse trainers and track investigated after Santa Anita deathsHorse trainers and track investigated after Santa Anita deathsHorse trainers and track investigated after Santa Anita deathsJUST WATCHEDHorse trainers and track investigated after Santa Anita deathsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Horse trainers and track investigated after Santa Anita deaths 08:48SATURDAY• A memorial service honors a teen killed in a brawl. Mourners are due to gather to honor Khaseen Morris, the 16-year-old student who was attacked and killed in New York as a group of teens looked on, some recording the assault on their phones but none stepping in to help.Teen fatally stabbed while onlookers took videoTeen fatally stabbed while onlookers took videoTeen fatally stabbed while onlookers took videoJUST WATCHEDTeen fatally stabbed while onlookers took videoReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Teen fatally stabbed while onlookers took video 01:16• ‘Saturday Night Live’ opens another season. The comedy classic has run into some controversy in the run-up to its 45th season. Woody Harrelson will try to forge ahead when he hosts the premiere with musical guest Billie Eilish. Tune in at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.Comedian fired from 'SNL' for making bigoted commentsComedian fired from 'SNL' for making bigoted commentsComedian fired from 'SNL' for making bigoted commentsJUST WATCHEDComedian fired from ‘SNL’ for making bigoted commentsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Comedian fired from ‘SNL’ for making bigoted comments 01:17

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