Roundup: Tina Turner Dead at 83; Florida Panthers to Stanley Cup Final; Cops Do Wellness Check on Ja Morant
Tina Turner died at 83 ... Fetty Wap sentenced to six years in prison ... One year after Uvalde, Joe Biden calls for assault weapons ban ... Fitch puts U.S.'s AAA rating on negative watch ... Wall Street breaks out doomsday playbook in case of U.S. default ... Ron DeSantis' Twitter presidential announcement was a disaster ... Tucker Carlson's home studio dismantled by Fox News ... Wagner leader predicts disaster for Russia ... A review of "About My Father" ... Taylor Swift announces "Midnights" deluxe album ... Michael Winger leaving Clippers for Wizards ... The Florida Panthers reach Stanley Cup Final ... Patriots punished for violating NFL offseason rules ... Adrian Peterson is not ready to retire ... Police did a wellness check on Ja Morant ...
How the Rangers are rocking the American League [Yahoo Sports]
Would adding Kyrie Irving work out for the Lakers? [CBS Sports]
Chaos, loathing and the Big Three: How the Penguins unraveled [The Athletic]
David Simon weighs in on the WGA strike [NPR]
The 100 hardest video game levels of all-time [Vulture]
John Kruk really hates MLB's new rules [The Big Lead]
Highlights from the Panthers' thrilling Game 4 win over the Hurricanes.
Ty Law's daughter Sydney is a problem on the gridiron.
A new trailer for Season 2 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
Tina Turner -- "Proud Mary" (live from Wembley Stadium, 2000)