President Trump has been criticised for not wanting to read long, detailed policy papers. He likes his briefings to be whittled down to the headlines. "I like bullets or I like as little as possible. I don't need, you know, 200-pageShow More Summary
Writing down how you are feeling has immense mental and physical health benefits – and men need it most, says Ollie Aplin History is littered with men who kept journals, from Ernest Hemingway and Bruce Lee to Winston Churchill and Thomas Jefferson. Show More Summary
BALTIMORE — Sometimes it pays to have a fresh horse. Cloud Computing skipped the Kentucky Derby, while eventual winner Always Dreaming and Classic Empire mixed it up in the mud at Churchill Downs. Two weeks later, Cloud Computing pounced on those two horses in the Preakness, pulling off an upset victory at 13-1 odds Saturday. […]
If you missed this year's Kentucky Derby, now's your chance to live vicariously through the photos. The race, which took place on Saturday, May 6 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, has been dubbed "t he most exciting two minutes...Show More Summary
Is it possible that Trump had an influence on the outcome of the 2017 Kentucky Derby because of his anti-immigrant attitude? Trump did not show up during the rainy weather at the 2017 Kentucky Derby, but his stormy anti-immigrant presence...Show More Summary
Always Dreaming, ridden by John Velazquez, captured the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby on a soggy Saturday at Churchill Downs.
Step inside Churchill Downs in 360° video and watch scenes from the 143rd Kentucky Derby, a race where thoroughbred horses gallop a mile and a quarter for a $2 million prize.
Trainer Todd Pletcher is a winner again at Churchill Downs after struggles in the past
Stephen Amell and his wife Cassandra Jean walk the red carpet together at the 2017 Kentucky Derby on Saturday afternoon (May 6) at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kent. Other stars in attendance at the event included The Arrangement‘s Josh Henderson, This Is Us‘ Justin Hartley with fiancee Chrishell Stause, and The Hunger Games‘ Wes Chatham [...]
Larry Birkhead poses for photos with daughter Dannielynn Birkhead at the 2017 Kentucky Derby on Saturday (May 6) at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kent. The 10-year-old daughter of the late Anna Nicole Smith makes an annual appearance alongside her father at the derby, where her parents met for the first time in 2003. Larry took [...]
Always Dreaming won the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky on a sloppy track on Saturday. Lookin at Lee finished second in the first leg of U.S. thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown series for 3-year-olds, with Battle of Midway third. Always Dreaming,...
All eyes are on the headwear today at Churchill Downs.
Always Dreaming has won the 143rd Kentucky Derby, pulling away from Lookin at Lee in the slop. Race officials confirmed the win minutes after Always Dreaming crossed the finish line first at Churchill Downs. The win gives trainer Todd Pletcher his second Derby win. Battle of Midway finished third in...
Tom Brady is no stranger to the Kentucky Derby. (Instagram) On Derby Day, the biggest stars at Churchill Downs are often not found on the track. Patriots QB Tom Brady and a number of his New England teammates, including Julian Edelman,...Show More Summary
Horses race on a sloppy track prior to the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky.; Pope Francis is cheered by students’ groups advocating for peace as he arrives to greet them at the Paul VI Audience...Show More Summary
Weather at Churchill Downs could drastically change the outcome of the 143rd Kentucky Derby
It’s the first Saturday in May, time for the Kentucky Derby. Here’s everything you need to know. Time, TV: 6:46 p.m. EDT, NBC. Weather: Churchill Downs could see off-and-on showers throughout the day, but Weather Underground says the chances will diminish as the day goes on. In any case, the track could be damp. It’ll […]
Follow Kentucky Derby Day with us for all the latest videos and results from Churchill Downs. It’s Kentucky Derby Day! The 143rd Run for the Roses will be shown at 6:34 p.m. ET on NBC, with all the traditions you’ll want to tune in beginning about 15 minutes earlier. Show More Summary