By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's campaign-style address to the Boy Scouts of America touched off a firestorm of criticism on Tuesday as parents and former Scouts decried a speech peppered with partisan attacks and ridicule of "fake media." The youth organizationRead More »
While the entire world waits for official word — any word, really — on the possible world record-shattering transfer of Neymar from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, Gerard Pique just became the world’s most appreciated breaker of transfer news. [ MORE
Chelsea are confident that Pedro will not be out for an extended period of time even though the Spanish winger suffered “multiple fractures” to his face. Pedro, 29, collided with Arsenal’s David Ospina in Chelsea’s 3-0 win against the Gunners in Beijing on Saturday and it turns out his injury is worse than first feared. Speaking ahead of Chelsea’s International Champions Cup game in Singapore against Bayern Munich on Tuesday, Antonio Conte revealed that Pedro has returned to London.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is quitting his day job as a racin’ man to be a talking head from NBC . In reality, it’s the sum of all parts. “We want Dale to be Dale,” said NBC Sports Executive Producer and President of Production Sam Flood. “We didn’t hire him to be an announcer. We hired him to be himself.” And so he will, as the guy voted by fans as NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver for an unprecedented 14 consecutive years makes the switch to the booth in 2018. He will be an analyst for all the Monster Energy Cup races on NBC’s schedule, which begins with the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. “This is probably the first real job I’ve had in 20 years,” Earnhardt during a conference call shortly