Roundup: Japan's Abe Resigning; Brian Urlacher Losing Fans; Lord & Taylor Closing

Kyle Koster
Alex Wong/Getty Images

Japan'a Shinzo Abe is resigning due to health issues ... Laura's power will continue to be felt ... Why do babies laugh ... Madden 21 is a lot like the previous Maddens ... Michael Jordan's new era of social justice advocate is a surprising turn ... The business of the NFL goes on ... Brian Urlacher lost a lot of his remaining fans yesterday ... The 50 most millennial songs ... New York Mets' hot-mic moment ... Jacob Blake said to be handcuffed to hospital bed ... Woman's toilet bowl just lousy with snakes ... Plus another toilet-related story ... There was some internal resistance to putting BLM on the courts among NBA owners ... Lord & Taylor closing stores after nearly 200 years of business ... Jeff Bezos worth a preposterous amount of money ...

Inside Kevin Mayer's disastrous run at TikTok. [Variety]

Legendary college basketball coach Lute Olson dies at 85. [CBS Sports]

The New Mutants took awhile to get here and has, well, mutated a bit. [Hindustian Times]

Full day for Katy Perry as she had a baby and dropped an album. [Vulture]

The new Bill & Ted movie is soothing and worth the wait. [The Ringer]

Look how close Sen. Rand Paul came to dying. Harrowing stuff.

Donald Trump's full RNC speech.

Mae -- Skyline Drive