Roundup: Ariana Grande Rereleases 'Yours Truly'; Donald Trump's Mugshot Released; WWE's Bray Wyatt Dead at 36

62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals
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Donald Trump's mug shot released ... Trump returned to Twitter after more than two years ... WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt died at 36 ... Pentagon confirms Yevgeny Prigozhin likely killed in plan crash ... Maui county sues Hawaiian Electric over wildfires ... Stock futures flat as investors await Jerome Powell speech ... Scientists uncover the secret of the deep sea "octopus garden" ... Wall Street funds discuss possible WeWork bankruptcy plan ... "And Just Like That" season finale review ... Ariana Grande releases "Yours Truly" deluxe edition ... "Dune: Part Two" will be delayed until 2024 ... Giannis seeks title commitment before re-signing with Bucks ... Rory McIlroy is dealing with a back injury at the Tour Championship ... Stephen Strasburg's legacy was marred by injury ... Mets to retire Gooden, Strawberry's numbers ... Mike Golic and Mike Golic Jr. have a new morning show ... Spanish football president to resign after unsolicited kiss ...

The fallout from Shohei Ohtani's injury will impact a lot more than just free agency [The Ringer]

Shohei Ohtani will continue to DH despite elbow injury [Yahoo Sports]

Damian Lillard publicly confirms trade request [CBS Sports]

What to know about the 2023 FIBA World Cup [The Athletic]

Stephen Strasburg changed baseball in Washington [Washington Post]

The staggering economic impact of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour [Time]

Trey Lance is looking like an all-time draft bust [The Big Lead]

The 2023 NFL season table read.

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Steve Martin wasn't recognized after his first time on The Tonight Show.

Liam Gallagher -- "Champagne Supernova" (Live from Knebworth 22)