Although Mike & Mike is over, the drama that came with the split of Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic is still a topic. The Coloradoan caught up with Golic this week, and the topic of how the host felt about the moment he found out ESPN chose to end the legendary radio show: With such popularity, what was your feeling when you learned you were going to break up? Anger. Disappointment. I had no clue. Zero. When I went into see the bosses, I thought it was to talk about the next deal since our contracts were ending. We had talked the previous year about moving the show to New York and I thought maybe it was about that. Instead, they told me the show was going to end and that Greenie was going to do
Kate McClure didn’t expect to run out of gas on her drive to Philadelphia last month. And she definitely didn’t expect that her misfortune would give her the opportunity to change someone else’s life. Pulled over on the side of I-95, McClure, 27, was approached by a homeless man named Johnny. She was apprehensive at first, but Johnny told her to get back into her car and to lock the doors while he walked to get her help. He went to a nearby gas station, used his last $20 fill a can and brought it back to fill up her car. Grateful, but without a dollar to repay him, McClure promised she would come back with something. In the weeks since, she’s returned to the spot along I-95 where Johnny stays
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is no stranger to controversial and jaw-dropping moments. But Monday's White House press briefing may have been her weirdest one yet, as she demanded that, in honor of Thanksgiving, reporters share what made them feel thankful before asking her any questions. Whether this was intended to be cute or a power play is up for debate. One journalist didn't seem too amused at all: CNN contributor and American Urban Radio Networks journalist April Ryan. "I'm thankful for life. I'm thankful for my children. I'm thankful for 20 years in this job," she started. Then it got ascerbic. "I'm thankful to be able to talk to you and question you every single day,"
Derek Jeter's ownership group has not gotten off to a great start in Miami.
Flight attendant Caroline Bright was kicking off her last shift of the day when she realized one of the pilots on board reminded her of someone.
What makes a good presidential turkey? Showmanship. A readiness to strut its stuff and gobble on command, yet enough restraint to stay on a table for the big photo op. So say a Minnesota turkey farmer and 4-H kids who raised the turkey that went to the White House for an official pardon from President Trump on Tuesday. The 40-pound Drumstick was presented to Trump in the Rose Garden of the White House Tuesday, where he was ceremoniously pardoned. Both Drumstick and Wishbone, the National Thanksgiving Turkey and its alternate “wingman,” will reside at their new home, Gobbler’s Rest, at Virginia Tech. (AP/Getty Images) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Twitter and Tumblr.