Roundup: Joe Biden Rips Donald Trump; Economic Recovery Could Be Slow; Lili Reinhart Feels Like a Prisoner

Lili Reinhart at W Magazine's Best Performances Party at Chateau Marmont
Lili Reinhart at W Magazine's Best Performances Party at Chateau Marmont

Joe Biden ripped Donald Trump for his attitude towards the military and the current economy ... One in five Americans are currently unemployed ... The August jobs report looks solid but the numbers behind them look disastrous ... Stocks are tumbling despite a late rally on Friday ... U.S. intelligence services warn Russia is spreading misinformation on voting by mail ... Trump announced he would reverse the decision to shutter military newspaper Stars and Stripes ... Suspect in Portland protest shooting has been killed authorities ... Domino's has done great during COVID-19 ... Brie Larson discussed roles she lost out on ... Anna Faris is leaving the CBS sitcom "Mom" after seven seasons ... "Riverdale" star Lili Reinhart said she feels like a prisoner going back to work ... Pamela Anderson is dating her bodyguard ... Daryl Morey is feeling super confident ... Lionel Messi is staying at Barcelona ... The Nets' hiring of Steve Nash has drawn criticism ... Tracking each NFL team's cuts ... TCU and SMU have postponed their upcoming game due to COVID-19 cases ...

How NBA coaches really feel about the challenge system [Sports Illustrated]

The question that Mulan doesn't ask [The Atlantic]

There's no stopping an obsessed Dick Vitale [The Big Lead]

Is the NBA still LeBron James' league? [The New Yorker]

Likely landing spots for Adrian Peterson [CBS Sports]

Why Steve Nash is perfect for Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving [Bleacher Report]

A cool moment as Lou Williams presented teammate Montrezl Harrell with the 2019-20 NBA Sixth Man of the Year trophy:

Conan O'Brien's audience of cardboard cutouts is taking shape:

I can't believe "Lonely Boy" by the Black Keys is almost a decade old: