Five Takeaways From The Collapse Of The AAF (The Ringer) The upstart football league will suspend football operations fewer than two months after it kicked off, but there are lessons to learn from the wreckage.
Biden’s Tactile Politics Threaten His Return In The #MeToo Era (New York Times) On Tuesday, two more women told The New York Times that the former vice president’s touches made them uncomfortable.
Nationals Fans Get Their Boos In, But Bryce Harper Has The Last Word (Washington Post) Harper’s epic insult of a bat flip whirled directly toward the Nats’ dugout started his eighth-inning home run trot in the Phillies’ 8-2 win.
Lori Lightfoot Elected Chicago Mayor (NBC News) Lightfoot, 56, who was an assistant U.S. attorney before she entered private practice, has never held elective office before.
The Three-Pointer Has Taken Over The NCAA Tournament, And The Final Four Could Be Next (SI) With a weekend still to go in the NCAA tournament, players have fired a record number of treys.
Woman Arrested After Entering Mar-a-Lago, Allegedly With Malware (Wall Street Journal) She had with her four cellphones, a computer, a hard drive and a thumb drive loaded with malware, the affidavit said.
Zion Williamson Packed A Lot Of Greatness Into A Short College Career (538) But now the Final Four is moving on without the game’s biggest star.
Justice Department Warns Academy Over Potential Oscar Rule Changes Threatening Netflix (Variety) Certain eligibility requirements for the Oscars that eliminate competition without procompetitive justification may raise antitrust concerns.
Russell Wilson Gives The Seahawks April 15 Deadline To Complete A New Contract (Seattle Times) April 15 is the day the Seahawks will begin their official offseason workout program, and Wilson is thought to want the deal done by then.
The Amount Of Time We Spend Watching Netflix Every Day Is Staggering (BGR) Netflix users across the globe spend 164.8 million hours a day watching content.
Oklahoma Football 2019: Schedule, Roster, Recruiting And Three Questions For Sooners (Sporting News) Oklahoma has ruled the Big 12 Conference for four years running because of a logic-defying consistency.
Zookeeper ‘Joe Exotic’ Found Guilty In Murder-For-Hire Plot (New York Post) In addition to the murder-for-hire plot, Maldonado-Passage was also accused of killing tigers and selling cubs.