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

Ryan Phillips
 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: