The 2016 presidential campaign rumbled through Indiana Sunday focused on Tuesday's critical primary, even as front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump itched to fully engage in the one-on-one battle they cast as inevitable.
President Barack Obama performed his brand of sharp-tongued comedy at the White House Correspondents' Dinner for the last time — wrapping up with "Obama out" and dropping the mic while the crowd cheered.
DON'T MISS: "Penny Dreadful" - The Victorian horror drama returns for a third season that will introduce Dr. Jekyll and Dracula to the mix. In the opener, Scotland Yard Inspector Rusk (Douglas Hodge) keeps a wary eye on his prisoner Ethan (Josh Hartnett) while on a train speeding through the desert. Elsewhere, a mysterious Native American man confronts Sir Malcolm (Timothy Dalton), and Vanessa (Eva Green) seeks the help of Dr. Seward (Patti LuPone) to battle a new evil. 10 p.m. Sunday, Showtime
Winners of the Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters contest were announced April 30 in Louisville. The KAPB awards recognize outstanding performance in broadcast journalism. The KAPB college competition recognizes outstanding performance in college broadcast journalism.
An official Whitney Houston documentary is in the works from Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald. It will be the first to be authorized by the late pop superstar's estate since her death in 2012 at age 48. Altitude Film Entertainment announced the project on Thursday.
Mark S. Allen publicly resigned from his job as anchor/reporter on morning show “Good Day Sacramento” Friday, March 11, 2016, – three months after his second DUI arrest. Allen, appearing slightly choked up as he stood before a backdrop of the state Capitol, apologized for his Dec. 4 DUI arrest in Roseville.
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Mark S. Allen resigns from 'Good Day Sacramento' (on-air version)