Roundup: Katie Ledecky Upset in 400; Kate Beckinsale Didn't See Daughter for Two Years; Padres Land Adam Frazier

31st Annual Producers Guild Awards - Arrivals
31st Annual Producers Guild Awards - Arrivals / Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Katie Ledecky lost the 400-meter freestyle in Tokyo ... the U.S. won the men's 400-meter freestyle relay ... USA basketball lost to France ... Civil rights activist Bob Moses died at 86 ... Adam Kinzinger added to Jan. 6 commission ... Some Americans could need COVID vaccine booster ... Latest Olympic updates ... Global investors are buying American ... U.S. steps up airstrikes against Taliban ... Kate Beckinsale didn't see daughter Lily Mo Sheen for two years ... "Old" beat "Snake Eyes" at the box office ... LeVar Burton starts stint as "Jeopardy!" guest host ... Eloy Jimenez set to rejoin the White Sox ... Mookie Betts is back on the injured list ... The Padres landed Adam Frazier in a trade ... Big 12 execs met with presidents of Texas and Oklahoma ... Tate Martell still has college eligibility ... Simone Biles qualified for all six gymnastics finals ...

Team USA reckoning with new Olympic reality [CBS Sports]

Katie Ledecky dethroned by Ariarne Titmus at Olympics [Yahoo Sports]

Aly Raisman still wants answers [The New Yorker]

Gregg Popovich running out of time at the Olympics [Sporting News]

Latest 2021 NBA mock draft [The Ringer]

Deshaun Watson puts NFL, Texans in awkward position [The Big Lead]

Photo of the Olympics so far;

Replay of Ariarne Titmus beating Katie Ledecky in the 400-meter freestyle:

A replay of the U.S. victory in the men's 4x100 meter freestyle relay:

U2 -- "Where the Streets Have No Name"