Roundup: Baylor Wins National Title; Jana Kramer Ticked at Ex-Husband; Matt Gaetz Won't Resign

2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango - Arrivals
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Baylor upset Gonzaga to win the national championship ... Matt Gaetz won't resign over sex allegations ... Arkansas governor vetoes ban on gender-affirming care of trans minors ... GameStop moves to cash in on stock surge ... Stock futures are flat after Dow and S&P 500 close at records ... Joe Biden, Democrats detail plans to raise taxes on multinational firms ... Republicans attack corporations over Georgia voting law ... Derek Chauvin violated department policies according to police chief ... Jana Kramer is not happy with ex-husband Johnathon Schaech ... Harvey Weinstein appeals sex crimes conviction ... "Bridgerton" adds to cast for second season ... Larsa Pippen and Malik Beasley broke up ... North Carolina hired Hubert Davis ... Coors Field will host the 2021 MLB All-Star Game ... Loyola-Chicago names Drew Valentine head basketball coach ... Kentucky starting guard Devin Askew is transferring ... The Jets finally traded Sam Darnold ... Paul Pierce fired by ESPN ... Anthony Davis isn't close to returning to the Lakers ...

Baylor bucks the narrative, dominates Gonzaga for first men's national title [Sports Illustrated]

The Jets failed Sam Darnold as much as Darnold failed the Jets [The Athletic]

Surviving the crackdown in Xinjiang [The New Yorker]

Hubert Davis took a unique path back to North Carolina [CBS Sports]

Aaron Rodgers wants to be the permanent host of Jeopardy! [The Ringer]

ESPN just made the trade of the NFL offseason [The Big Lead]

Highlights from Baylor's big win Monday night:

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A classic Saturday Night Live sketch:

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