Roundup: Riley Keough Pays Off Priscilla Presley; Donald Trump Pleads Not Guilty; Vegas Wins Stanley Cup

The “Daisy Jones & The Six” Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere And Screening
The “Daisy Jones & The Six” Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere And Screening / Vivien Killilea/GettyImages

Donald Trump pleads not guilty to classified documents charges ... Vegas Golden Knights win first Stanley Cup ... Cormac McCarthy died at 89 ... Instant Pot and Pyrex parent company files for bankruptcy ... U.S. announces $325 million weapons package for Ukraine ... Russian forces struck back against Ukraine advance ... Inflation was down again in May ... Stocks rose in response to good inflation news ... All calories are not created equal ... Riley Keough pays off Priscilla Presley to end legal battle ... Netflix plans pop-up restaurant in LA ... "The Flash" aiming for $70 million at box office ... Disney sets date for new "Star Wars" movie, delays "Avatar" sequels ... Nevada senate passes $380 million stadium funding bill ... PGA Tour's Jay Monahan recovering from "medical issue" ... Shannon Sharpe had his final day at "Undisputed" ...

The Nuggets weren't just built to win. They were built to last. [The Ringer]

Novak Djokovic has ended tennis's GOAT debate [Sports Illustrated]

The downside to Big Ten expansion [Yahoo Sports]

Nikola Jokic just wants to go home [Defector]

How did four kids survive a plane crash and 40 days alone in the jungle? [NBC News]

Three potential destinations for Shannon Sharpe [The Big Lead]

Highlights from Vegas' blowout win over Florida in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.

A look at the USMNT's preparation for the Concacaf Nations League Semifinal.

Brian Cox and Emily Blunt discussed acting.

A look at the gameplay in the new Assassin's Creed game.

Green Day -- "Basket Case"