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Jimmy Kimmel apologizes to Quinta Brunson for 'dumb comedy bit' at Emmys

Well, she didn't punch him. But Jimmy Kimmel did take some time during Quinta Brunson's appearance on his late-night talk show Wednesday night to apologize for what he called a "dumb comedy bit" that some viewers felt took away from her Emmy victory on Monday night.
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Video shows man making it rain during illegal street takeover near Compton
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Dramatic video shows Florida man use infant as human shield before being tased, arrested
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Quentin Grimes to miss Knicks’ preseason opener with sore foot
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Jets attention turns to no longer being AFC East doormats with Dolphins next
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Angry LAUSD parents say they are in the dark over massive cyberattack and data release
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Florida faced a housing crisis. Ian has made it worse.
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North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan
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Putin Ally Says Russia Should Not Expect 'Good News' as Ukraine Advances
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Tiroteo en mall en oeste de México deja 1 muerto y 4 heridos
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North Korea Missile Flies Over Japan, Prompting Take Shelter Warnings
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Buccaneers' Cameron Brate's case adds another layer of scrutiny to NFL concussion woes | Opinion
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Scholarship helps teens overcome challenges
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Cheeses recalled after listeria outbreak
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5 California murders linked to possible serial killer
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North Korea fires apparent ballistic missile over Japan: Ministry of Defense
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Read The Onion's Hilarious Supreme Court Filing in Defense of Parody
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Amber Heard plays with daughter Oonagh during Spain vacation
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CIA director: Putin can be "dangerous and reckless"
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White House set to highlight GOP-led abortion restrictions in 100 days since Roe
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Does Trump realize he’s now just the Democrats’ stooge?
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Ukraine's advances spark fear of Russian escalation
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Annie Leibovitz adds Village condo to NYC real estate collection
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Parents of slain FDNY paramedic confront Mayor Adams at her wake
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Investigation finds systemic abuse in U.S. women's soccer
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Top NYC cop played favorites for precinct mistresses: lawsuit
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Photographer rides out Ian to capture the storm for others
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