Roundup: Megan Fox Responds to Machine Gun Kelly Cheating Rumors; Alabama New No. 1; Ted Lerner Dies at 97

Ryan Phillips
65th GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet
65th GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet / Lester Cohen/GettyImages

Joe Biden fired Architect of the Capitol after abuse allegations ... At least three dead in mass shooting at Michigan State ... Death toll from Turkey and Syria earthquake tops 35,000 ... No evidence of "extraterrestrial activity" in recent UFO encounters ... Dow jumped 377 points ahead of inflation report ... Stock futures stagnant heading into Tuesday ... Megan Fox appears to confirm Machine Gun Kelly cheating rumors ... What we know about the four objects shot down over North America ... "Arrested Development" is leaving Netflix in March ... "The Last Kingdom" film sets premiere date ... Alabama is college basketball's new No. 1 ... Super Bowl LVIII odds are already out ... Keith Appling pleads guilty in 2021 murder case ... Nationals owner Ted Lerner died at 97 ... Howard Stern was not a fan of Rihanna's halftime show ...

The Eagles won't let Jalen Hurts be the scapegoat after Super Bowl loss [Yahoo Sports]

NBA power rankings after the trade deadline [CBS Sports]

The pop culture winners and losers of the Super Bowl [The Ringer]

The mystery of the disappearing vacation day [Washington Post]

The complete history of Ezra Miller's controversial career [Vulture]

Ranking the best Super Bowl commercials of 2023 [The Big Lead]

Inside Episode 5 of The Last of Us.

Highlights from Wrexham's 3-1 win over Wealdstone from the weekend.

Cody Rhodes and Sami Zayn had a great promo on WWE Raw Monday night.

Jay-Z -- "Run This Town"