Roundup: Christine McVie Dies at 79; Zendaya, Tom Holland Engagement Rumor; Mexico Eliminated From World Cup

Kyle Koster
HBO Emmy's Party 2022 - Arrivals
HBO Emmy's Party 2022 - Arrivals / David Livingston/GettyImages

Trent Dilfer is back in a big way ... House panel receives Donald Trump's tax returns ... U.S. House Democrats unanimously elect Hakeem Jeffries as first Black party leader ... Brace yourself for another wild offseason on the quarterbacking carousel ... House votes to block rail strike ... Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie died ... Zendaya, Tom Holland engagement rumors fly ... Two volcanoes erupt simultaneously in Hawaii for the first time in decades ... Stocks jumped late in trading on Wednesday ... CNN layoffs are underway ... "Tulsa King" renewed for a second season ... Bruce Lee biopic set at Sony ... Penguins' Kris Letang suffered a stroke ... Cristiano Ronaldo offered $207 million a year by Saudi club team ... Rose Bowl agrees to CFP expansion ... Jalen Kitna arrested on child pornography charges ...

The best pop albums of 2022 [Uproxx]

Inside James Cameron's billion dollar bet on Avatar [The Hollywood Reporter]

NFL playoff chances for all 32 teams [CBS Sports]

USMNT faces Herculean hurdle it hasn't clear in 20 years [Sports Illustrated]

Five bold predictions for the MLB winter meetings [FanSided]

Tom Brady is not coming back to the New England Patriots [The Big Lead]

Highlights from Mexico's 2-1 win over Saudi Arabia in the World Cup.

Argentina beat Poland 2-0 but both teams advanced to the knockout stage.

Tunisia stunned France 1-0 at the World Cup.

Fleetwood Mac -- "Little Lies"