Roundup: Kanye West Livestreams 'Donda'; Lionel Messi Leaves Barcelona; Packers Agreed to Trade Aaron Rodgers

"DONDA By Kanye West" Listening Event At Mercedes Benz Stadium In Atlanta, GA
"DONDA By Kanye West" Listening Event At Mercedes Benz Stadium In Atlanta, GA / Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Lionel Messi is leaving Barcelona ... Kanye West livestreamed his new album "Donda" ... White House fires back at Ron DeSantis comments ... Delta variant is more dangerous for children ... Spirit Airlines cancelled more than half its flights ... Dow rises, S&P 500 notches record close ... Summer camps cancelled due to Western wildfires ... Justice Department opens civil rights investigation into Phoenix police department ... Joe Biden pushes fuel-efficiency, electric vehicles ... Milwaukee Bucks celebrations caused a COVID surge ... Sydney Sweeney is in Italy ... Viacom inks "South Park" creators to $900 million deal ... "Free Guy" is garnering excellent reviews ... CNN fires three employees for entering offices unvaccinated ... U.S. beach volleyball team wins gold ... The Steelers beat the Cowboys in the Hall of Fame game ... Robert Griffin III signed with ESPN ... Julius Randle signs $117 million extension with the Knicks ... Packers agreed to trade Aaron Rodgers after 2021 ...

Russell Westbrook as a third option may not work [Sports Illustrated]

Top 21 storylines for the 2021 college football season [CBS Sports]

The return-to-office existential crisis [The Atlantic]

The most ridiculous job titles in FBoy Island, ranked [UPROXX]

How the MCU is turning TV into a comic book [The Ringer]

Five potential Lionel Messi destinations [The Big Lead]

Juan Soto was granted time in the middle of a delivery:

Allyson Felix broke down running scenes from movies:

Apparently Thursdays can get pretty crazy in the Bronx:

Fox has a new John Madden documentary coming.

Kanye West -- "Runaway"