Roundup: Ron Paul Hospitalized; Conor McGregor Says He's Boxing Manny Pacquiao; Mandy Moore is Pregnant

Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore, 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Red Carpet | Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Ron Paul was hospitalized after appearing to suffer a stroke during a live stream ... Donald Trump is expected to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court ... Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol ... Polls show Americans believe the winner of the 2020 election should fill the Supreme Court opening ... Stock market volatility is expected to continue next week ... Stocks rose but the S&P 500 was down for the fourth straight week ... Dax Shepard is recovering from a recent relapse in addiction battle ... Virginia governor Ralph Northam and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 ... Florida is lifting state coronavirus restrictions as cases rise nationally ... Actress Lily Collins got engaged ... Mandy Moore is pregnant with her first child ... Kristin Cavallari went topless on Instagram ... Conor McGregor says he's boxing Manny Pacquiao ... The Nationals extended manager Dave Martinez ... Kirk Herbstreit will work from home after potential COVID-19 exposure ... Kentucky is getting rid of the jump ball in high school basketball ... The Boston Celtics beat the Heat to stave off elimination ... Fernando Tatis Jr. broke his slump with a huge home run ...

Father Time is undefeated, but he's yet to beat LeBron James [The Ringer]

How Princeton opened itself to the ultimate troll [The Atlantic]

This is not the Drew Brees we're used to seeing [The Athletic]

The case for ending the Supreme Court as we know it [The New Yorker]

Jon Gruden's Raiders rebuild is taking shape in Las Vegas [Sports Illustrated]

Drew Barrymore reunited with ex-husband Tom Green on her show after 15 years:

The San Diego Padres scored a dramatic walk-off win ... in San Francisco:

Kanye West's "Gold Digger" was the No. 1 song in the world 15 years ago:

Not a Kanye fan? Well, the Foo Fighters had the No. 1 alternative song nine years ago with "Walk":