Roundup: Riley Keough Lied at 'Daisy Jones & the Six' Audition; Tesla Stock Tanked; Kevin Durant Makes Suns Debut
Chicago police officer fatally shot responding to call ... Feds expand probe into migrant child labor in slaughterhouses ... California mountain snowfall leaves residents trapped for days ... Tesla stock dropped more than five percent on Wednesday ... Kandinsky painting sells for $44.9 million at auction ... U.S. labor market shows signs of cooling ... The scale of El Salvador's new prison is hard to comprehend ... Riley Keough lied about singing ability for "Daisy Jones & the Six" ... Vanessa reaches $29 million settlement over Kobe Bryant crash photos ... Sam Elliott talked about "1883" and spin-off possibility ... Kevin Durant scored 23 in Suns debut ... Anthony Davis sits out with foot injury ... Latest NHL trade tracker ... Top draft prospect charged for role in fatal car crash ...
Sooner or later Jalen Carter will have to speak his truth [Yahoo Sports]
Jonathan Majors's time is now [The Ringer]
Breakout stars to watch for March Madness [CBS Sports]
"Havana syndrome" not caused by an energy weapon or foreign adversary [Washington Post]
Joel Dahmen knows he's good at golf [GQ]
Players rank five worst NFL teams to play for [The Big Lead]
I will pay a lot of money if someone wants to send me an Outkast bobblehead.
A trailer for the live-action Peter Pan & Wendy has been released.
The trailer for the new Fatal Attraction series is out.
Mike McDaniel remains incredibly entertaining.
Run DMC -- "Down with the King"