A doughnut shop in Colorado celebrated National Doughnut Day early by making deliveries throughout Denver by drone.
Having hardly worked up a sweat in a 100-pitch, complete-game effort, Washington Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer turned his attention to a tougher task.
Chloe Grace Moretz has apologized on Twitter for the marketing materials used to promote her upcoming film, “Red Shoes & the Seven Dwarfs.”
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China will honour a key climate deal, its premier says, as the US appears poised to pull out.
Atletico Madrid will not be able to sign new players this summer after their transfer ban was upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano likes the way his retooled defense is coming together.
California Governor Jerry Brown warns President Trump not to pull out of the Paris accord.
John Legend is far from pleased with WGN America?s cancellation of ?Underground.?
Following Tuesday?s announcement that the series is among several the network will cancel, Legend ? who served as the show?s executive producer during its two seasons ? encouraged his 9 million-plus followers on Twitter to rally in an effort to find a new network home.
The drama series, which starred Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge and Aisha Hinds, chronicled the lives of a group of slaves who attempted to escape from a Georgia plantation through the Underground Railroad. Legend starred as Frederick Douglass during a special ?Whiteface? episode.
The network?s decision to sever ties from the show comes as a result of Sinclair Media Group?s recent acquisition of WGN?s parent company, Tribune Media. Earlier this month, Some questioned the future of ?Underground? after Sinclair CEO, Chris Ripley cited WGN?s business strategy shifting away from original scripted programming.
On Tuesday, Tribune Media President and CEO Peter Kern thanked Legend and the show?s creators and cast for their contributions to the series? success.
?We are tremendously proud of this landmark series that captured the zeitgeist and made an impact on television in a way never before seen on the medium,? Kern said. ?We thank the incomparable creators Misha Green and Joe Pokaski and the great John Legend, along with the talented creative team and cast who brought the unsung American heroes of the Underground Railroad to life.?
?We are grateful to the loyal fans of Underground and our partners at Sony Pictures Television. It is our hope that this remarkable show finds another home and continues its stories of courage, determination and freedom,? he added.
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Derek Carr remains confident that a contract extension will be worked out before training camp.