News in Brief: September 21, 2015

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Mom Of 'Baby Doe' Held On $1M Bond; No Bail For Boyfriend

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Today, the mother of 'Baby Doe' is being held on $1 million bond, HBO takes home 43 Emmys, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Mom of 'Baby Doe' held on $1M bond; No bail for boyfriend
  • A little girl was nicknamed 'Baby Doe' after her body washed up in a trash bag on a Boston Harbor island, and her mother is being held on $1 million cash bond. The mother's boyfriend was denied bail on the murder charges.
Entertainment: HBO obliterates competition with 43 total Emmy wins
  • Last night, HBO took home more awards than any other network at the 67th annual Emmy Awards. The network came home with 43 awards for shows including "Game of Thrones" and "Veep" to name a few.
Tech: Meet the bionic model who rocked New York Fashion Week
  • Rebekah Marine, "The Bionic Model" was born without a right forearm. The 28-year-old had her first big break with Nordstrom, and after making her debut at the FTL Moda runway during New York Fashion Week, she is taking the fashion world by storm.
Sports: Miss America thought deflategate answer would cost her crown
  • Betty Cantrell was named Miss America eight days ago, but before receiving the crown, she thought that her answer about the deflategate scandal would deter her from winning the pageant. The Georgia native won a $50,000 scholarship with her title, and she hopes to perform on Broadway in the future.
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