Roundup: Anne Heche Dead at 53; Salman Rushdie Recovering; Zach Wilson Gets Good News on Knee Injury

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Jon Batiste is leaving The Late Show with Stephen Colbert ... Anne Heche died at 53 ... Democratic representative says Joe Biden isn't running in 2024 ... An interview with the creator of "Squid Game" .... Salman Rushdie taken off ventilator and is talking ... A man drove his car into a barricade near the Capitol and eventually shot himself ... James Hetfield filed for divorce ... Beloved walrus euthanized in Norway ... Saudi Aramco made huge profits as oil prices soared ... Bullet Train tops slow box office weekend ... The Game put a 10-minute Eminem diss track on his new album ... A violent weekend in Tijuana ... Joe Burrow returned to practice ... Stock futures slightly down heading into Monday ... Western U.S. bracing for more heat, flash floods ...

Zach Wilson only has a meniscus tear and should be back in a few weeks [NFL]

Ranking the rookie QBs preseason debuts [CBS Sports]

The Fernando Tatis Jr. drama has just begun [Defector]

Man United's embarrassing start comes as no surprise [Sports Illustrated]

How the epic 1992 Eric Lindros trade happened [The Athletic]

Is Blake Snell finally back? [The Big Lead]

What are the odds?

The Buffalo Bills' new weapon is a punter. All hail the Punt God.

Albert Pujols still hitting home runs. He's up to 688 on his career.

This video mashup has Republicans up in arms.

Alice in Chains -- "Sea of Sorrow"