Roundup: Carlos Correa Signs With Twins; Amanda Seyfried Wins Golden Globe; Stephanie McMahon Resigns From WWE

Ryan Phillips
74th Primetime Emmys - Arrivals
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Carlos Correa re-signed with the Twins after Mets drama ... George Santos targeted in ethics probe ... California weather forces thousands to flee homes ... Prince Harry's book is now No. 1 ... Stocks rose slightly on Tuesday ... A review of HBO's "The Last of Us" ... Pentagon to train Ukrainian soldiers in Oklahoma ... Biden to ease rules for student-loan forgiveness ... Amanda Seyfried won Best Actress for playing Elizabeth Holmes ... Full list of winners from the Golden Globes ... Stephanie McMahon resigned from WWE ... Ratings for the CFP title game hit a record low ... The Warriors lost in Stephen Curry's return ... The Heat set an NBA free throw record ...

Bidding is now open on Jim Harbaugh [Defector]

Georgia's dominant title defense and a curtain call for the ages [The Ringer]

NFL power rankings heading into the playoffs [Sports Illustrated]

How bad is it going to get for John Calipari and Kentucky? [CBS Sports]

MLB free agency superlatives [Yahoo Sports]

It sounds like everyone is sick of Aaron Rodgers [The Big Lead]

Mike Camerlengo breaks down "The Catch."

Comedians telling stories about famous people.

A throwback to Conan O'Brien and Bill Hader playing God of War.

The Beatles -- "Glass Onion"

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