Fitzpatrick 'felt like the biggest a**hole' after sending Smith a text when he gruesomely broke his leg in 2018.
British singer Boy George launched a casting search on Tuesday, looking for an actor to portray him in a music biopic set to start filming this summer. The Culture Club frontman, whose real name is George O’Dowd, took to social media to make the announcement. In a video he said "Line of Duty" actor Daniel Mays would play his father, and added teasingly "there's rumours of Keanu Reeves popping in".
Liz Loza wraps up the quarterback chapter of her Rookie Snapshot series with Ohio State superstar Justin Fields.
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Twelve European football clubs have signed up to a new competition called the European Super League. The new proposal is set to rival the highly regarded UEFA Champions League. Six of the teams involved are from the Premier League, including Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham. Three further clubs are expected to join ahead of the inaugural season and the league says it can start "as soon as practicable". Football players, fans and politicians have expressed their outrage at the new competition proposal. The league revealed in an official statement how excited they were about their new adventure. “[We] look forward to holding discussions with UEFA and FIFA to work together in partnership to deliver the best outcomes for the new League and for football as a whole".
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) is leading a bipartisan coalition to help buoy Social Security among other federal trust programs that are in funding straits.
Xpeng is getting into the flying car game. The company's vice chairman and president Brian Gu tells Yahoo Finance Live why.
David Klein, Canopy Growth CEO joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the outlook of the cannabis industry and new product launches from Canopy Growth.
Residents of Binche, British Columbia, joined forces on April 2 to rescue a moose trapped on a slippery frozen lake.According to reports, Binche resident Ross Duncan said local residents first noticed the moose struggling to get off Stuart Lake in late March.Duncan said residents made several attempts to move the moose off the ice before they successfully hooked two ropes around the stranded animal and dragged her toward the shore with an all-terrain vehicle. She then ambled off into the bush, local media reported.Speaking to the Vancouver Sun, Duncan said residents believe wolves chased the moose onto the ice, where she became stranded on the slick surface. Credit: Ross Duncan via Storyful
An imported case who arrived from India earlier this month was "was probably re-infected" when he was in his home country and had been infectious when he came back here, said the Ministry of Health on Tuesday (21 April).
Knife crime has become one of the key talking points in this mayoral election.
“Jeopardy!” just hasn’t been the same since Alex Trebek’s final episodes — and neither have its ratings. OK, so that’s a little unfair. The “Jeopardy!” ratings were of course boosted by interest in seeing Trebek off. And they stayed high due to the intrigue of seeing someone other than Trebek, initially legendary champion Ken Jennings, host the legendary quiz program. While the Nielsen numbers for the Sony Television game show have since tapered off a bit from there, “Jeopardy!” has still topped all other syndicated series almost every week since Trebek’s final bow. Also Read: Aaron Rodgers Trolled by 'Jeopardy!' Contestant Over NFC Title Game Loss (Video) TheWrap has ranked all the “Jeopardy!” guest hosts by their average rating. This, too, is a bit unfair, as the highest ratings of 2021 were all pretty front-loaded for the first guys. Again, that’s just the nature of public fascination after Trebek iconically hosted the show for 36 years. See the rankings below. Rank: 5 Host: Dr. Oz Dates: March 22, 2021 – April 2, 2021 Average Rating: 5.1 Rank: 4 Host: Katie Couric Dates: March 8, 2021- March 19, 2021 Average Rating: 5.5 Rank: 3 Host: Aaron Rodgers Dates: April 5, 2021 – April 16, 2021 Average Rating: 5.6* *Just one week…so far Rank: 2 Host: Mike Richards Dates: Feb. 22, 2021- March 5, 2021 Average Rating: 5.9 Rank: 1 Host: Ken Jennings Dates: Jan. 11, 2021 – Feb. 19, 2021 Average Rating: 6 Anderson Cooper, you’re next. After Cooper, Bill Whitaker, Savannah Guthrie, Mayim Bialik, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Joe Buck will take their own turns. Also Read: Ratings: 'Pooch Perfect' Rolls Over in Week 2 Alex Trebek died in November following a long and very public battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old. News of Trebek’s diagnosis came just months after the beloved Canadian renewed his contract with Sony Pictures Television to stay on as host of “Jeopardy!” through 2022. After undergoing treatment, Trebek announced in May 2020 that he was in “near remission.” He returned to hosting “Jeopardy!” that August, but announced in September that he was undergoing chemotherapy again after revealing that he lost a large amount of weight and his “numbers went sky high.” Read original story ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Hosts Ranked by Ratings: From Ken Jennings to Dr Oz (Photos) At TheWrap
News that one-time journalist Mark Halperin was brought on by a bipartisan policy organization in Washington, D.C., hit the media world hard Tuesday. The backlash came swiftly for No Labels, which Punchbowl News reported has hired Halperin as a consultant. NBC News terminated him as a political analyst in 2017 after CNN reported that numerous women were alleging he sexually harassed them during his time at ABC News in 2007. He largely disappeared from media after that, but resurfaced on Newsmax. (A representative for Newsmax did not immediately return a request for comment on whether Halperin departed the right-wing channel before taking the new gig, but he no longer appears on the network’s list of hosts.) “His treatment of female colleagues before he left ABC News in 2007 was reprehensible,” No Labels senior adviser Margaret White said in a statement to Punchbowl News. “He rightly paid a price for his conduct, professionally and personally.” Also Read: Disgraced 'Game Change' Co-Author Mark Halperin Lands New Book Deal She further indicated he “has worked to make amends to the women he harmed, to apologize publicly and directly to those willing to meet with him, and to do the work required of anyone who has significantly harmed others,” and deserves a “second chance.” “Not a good sign that on your first day at ‘No Labels’ you couldn’t even get the announcement about your new job at ‘No Labels’ to remove the label ‘disgraced journalist’ from the headline,” wrote “Daily Show” producer Matt Negrin, tweeting a link to an Axios piece about the new hire. Jacobin editor David Sirota mused that No Labels should rebrand as “No Morals.” Insider columnist Josh Barro, on the other hand, pointed out that the hire made no sense: “What exactly would Mark Halperin do as a consultant that is supposed to be useful? This was always the *other* barrier to his rehabilitation: His skill was being at the very middle of DC bubbles, and now people don’t talk to him.” Read original story Disgraced Journalist Mark Halperin’s Hiring by Policy Firm No Labels’ Draws Fire: ‘No Morals’ At TheWrap
Since 1957, thousands of space launches have left Earth surrounded by orbiting space debris, with up to 26,000 objects now tracked.
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A line about his gaffes appeared in one print edition and was then taken out.
American designer Michael Kors paid tribute to Broadway in his 40th anniversary show on Tuesday, with a collection that celebrated a night out in the New York theatre district. Kors' presentation began with the designer greeting fashionistas from Times Square, where as an avid theatre fan he spoke about the hit Broadway has taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a short film, Broadway stars raised awareness of the Actors Fund, a charity supporting performers and behind-the-scenes workers, and introduced a pre-recorded runway show in which models including Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen and Bella Hadid strutted down a street in Times Squares at night.
As the clubs who want to form a Super League focus on their economic futures, they find themselves attacked on all sides for being at odds with football's past.
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Heavy snow fell in Denver, Colorado, on April 19, with up to an inch per hour falling in the city and western suburbs.This footage, posted to Facebook by Candy Alonzo Jones, shows snow falling in Denver on Monday night.The National Weather Service said up to five inches of snow fell between Denver and Centennial overnight.“Roads will likely be slick this morning after last night’s snow and this morning’s very cold temperatures,” the NWS said on Tuesday. “Mostly clear skies early today, then a few snow showers over the far northeastern corner this afternoon, then over the mountains overnight.” Credit: Candy Alonzo Jones via Storyful