Tom Brady bested Bill Belichick and the Patriots in return to New England ... Former NASCAR driver killed in Georgia shooting ... Cleanup operation launched after Southern California oil spill ... Five civilians killed in bomb blast at mosque in Afghanistan ... Semiconductor chip shortage could last into 2022 ... The Supreme Court faces a blockbuster team ... Democrats look to scale back $3.5 trillion spending bill ... U.S. approaches 700,000 COVID deaths ... "Venom 2" raked in $90 million at the box office ... "No Time to Die" lit up the overseas box office ... Kacey Musgraves bared it all in her SNL performances ... The Giants edged the Dodgers to win the NL West ... Yankees and Red Sox clinched Wild Card spots ... Clemson dropped out of the AP top 25, ending streak ... The Cardinals smoked the Rams and look dangerous ... Jaire Alexander injured his shoulder ... Andrew Wiggins got vaccinated ...
Pandora Papers reveal how billionaires hide their wealth and avoid taxes [Washington Post]
Zach Wilson is going to be OK [Sports Illustrated]
Updated college football bowl projections [CBS Sports]
Justin Fields looked like a different quarterback in his second start [Yahoo Sports]
Employers have been offering the wrong work amenities [The Atlantic]
Ben Roethlisberger is done [The Big Lead]
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