Roundup: Crowds Return to Late-Night Comedy; Pandemic Senioritis; Croissant Incident

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Joe Buck will get a turn as Jeopardy host ... Page Six is always doing important work ... Croissant mistaken for something far more sinister in Poland ... Ronna McDaniel pressured to show more independence ... Crowds will be returning to late-night comedy, but is that really a good thing ... Black Rob dies at 51 ... Stewart Cink sets another scoring record ... Israel lifts public mask mandate, opens schools ... Deadly shooting in Kenosha ... Joe Fournier calls out Jake Paul after stopping Reykon with two knockdowns ... Sharon Osbourne blames 'disgruntled ladies' for her ouster from 'The Talk' ...

America has pandemic senioritis. [The Atlantic]

Dear WNBA GMs. [The Players' Tribune]

High school girls basketball game erupts in brawl as referee gets body slammed by spectator, punched by player. [Fox News]

Jayson Tatum drops 44 points as Boston Celtics secure huge win against Golden State Warriors. [ESPN]

Watch Nick Saban narrowly escape getting trampled by defense during Alabama spring game. [Fansided]

Post Malone — Circles