Roundup: Jack Dorsey Steps Down as Twitter CEO; Zendaya Attended Ballon d'Or Ceremony; Corey Seager to the Rangers

Ryan Phillips
Zendaya, Ballon D'Or : Photocall At Theatre Du Chatelet In Paris
Zendaya, Ballon D'Or : Photocall At Theatre Du Chatelet In Paris / Aurelien Meunier/GettyImages

Joe Biden addressed the nation on omicron variant ... Jack Dorsey stepped down as Twitter CEO ... Supreme Court readies to hear biggest abortion fight in decades ... S&P 500 rebounded big time on Monday ... Stocks and the price of oil are rising ... Latest updates from Ghislaine Maxwell trial ... Amazon warehouse in Alabama will vote to unionize again ... New "Magic Mike" movie is in the works ... Jussie Smollett trial begins ... Zendaya turned heads at Ballon d'Or ceremony ... Rangers ink Corey Seager for $325 million ... Mets land Max Scherzer for $130 million ... Mariners sign Robbie Ray for $115 million ... Lionel Messi won his seventh Ballon d'Or ... Washington hires Fresno State's Kalen DeBoer ... Tua Tagovailoa is slowing getting it together ...

MLB free agency is booming ahead of looming lockout [Sports Illustrated]

Latest college football power rankings [CBS Sports]

USC is sexy again [The Athletic]

Michael Porter Jr.'s third back surgery is a huge issue for the Nuggets [The Ringer]

The new COVID drugs are a huge deal [The Atlantic]

Is the New England Patriots dynasty back? [The Big Lead]

Colin Cowherd on Lincoln Riley's move to USC:

Tom Hanks ranked his top three movies:

George Harrison on drug use and the rock star lifestyle:

Faces -- "Stay With Me"