Roundup: California Struck by Heatwave; Novak Djokovic Disqualified; Kendall Jenner Avoids Blake Griffin

 Kendall Jenner poses for portraits during the amfAR Cannes Gala 2019
Kendall Jenner poses for portraits during the amfAR Cannes Gala 2019 /

Los Angeles recorded its highest temperature on record on Sunday ... A COVID-19 vaccine is unlikely to be available before the end of 2020 ... Coronavirus cases are rising in 22 states ... Novak Djokovic was disqualified from the U.S. Open for hitting a line judge ... Lou Brock died at 81 years old on Sunday ... Congress and the White House are close on a deal to avoid a government shutdown ... Postmaster General Louis DeJoy accused of committing fundraising-related felonies for years ... College towns are the latest front in the fight against COVID-19 ... California is facing massive wildfires again ... Large companies are recruiting their employees to be poll workers ... Julian Assange is back in court ... "Tenet" made $20 million in its U.S. debut and has topped $150 million globally ... The Bucks managed to survive on Sunday despite a Giannis Antetokounmpo injury ... The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Josh Rosen to their practice squad ... Takeaways from cutdown day in the NFL ... Deshaun Watson's massive new contract includes a no-trade clause ... Kendall Jenner narrowly avoided an awkward run-in with Blake Griffin ...

The emotionally challenging next phase of the pandemic [The Atlantic]

Bargain value rookies to target in fantasy football [Sports Illustrated]

Andre Iguodala on activism in the NBA [The New Yorker]

The greatness of Lou Brock went beyond baseball [ESPN]

The Texas extended Deshaun Watson, now comes the hard part [The Athletic]

I may have to watch Ted Lasso after seeing this video:

Fernando Tatis Jr. continues to be awesome:

Green Day never fails to start a week off right: