1. Christie Brinkley shares throwback SI Swimsuit pics, thanks magazine for proving ‘numbers don’t dictate to us' Christie Brinkley shared an age-defying photo from her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photoshoot in 2017.
  3. Hungarian restaurant serving dinner on Ferris wheel A Michelin-starred Hungarian restaurant is taking social distancing to new heights with meals served on board the Budapest Eye Ferris wheel.
  4. New Yorker's Jane Mayer among colleagues who accused Jeffrey Toobin of masturbating during Zoom meeting The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer ended up in the midst of another #MeToo-related scandal on Monday, but this time, instead of reporting others' accusations, Mayer was reportedly herself exposed to colleague Jeffrey Toobin’s X-rated Zoom virtual workplace disaster.
  5. Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott takes ownership for blowout loss to Cardinals: 'This one is on me' Cardinals’ Kyler Murray can surely be credited with leading Arizona to a 38-10 victory over Dallas on Monday night but Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott certainly made it a lot easier.
  6. 2 Houston police officers shot, chief says; possible barricaded suspect Two police officers were shot Tuesday in southwest Houston, authorities said.
  7. Minneapolis homeless sue Mayor Frey for clearing encampments amid COVID-19 Seven homeless people in Minneapolis are suing the city and Mayor Jacob Frey for allegedly clearing encampments without notice amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  8. Starbucks praises Black barista's response to mask-eschewing customer who yelled ‘f--- Black Lives Matter' Starbucks barista Alex Beckom, 19, shared footage of the incident to her TikTok and Facebook accounts on Sunday.
  9. #VOTEPROCHOICE CEO Heidi Sieck: Amy Coney Barrett does not belong on the Supreme Court – here's why Most Americans want the winner of the November election to appoint the next Supreme Court Justice.
  10. Barrett confirmation is going to go 'really well,' President Trump says Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has “become a major star,” President Trump told “Fox & Friends” during an exclusive interview on Tuesday, adding that “people love her.”
  11. Naya Rivera's ex Ryan Dorsey shares first photo of son Josey since 'Glee' star's death Naya Rivera's ex-husband, Ryan Dorsey, showed off their 5-year-old son Josey's new hairstyle months after her death.
  12. CDC issues new guidance on face mask use for public transit Buckle up, everybody – and fasten that face mask.
  13. LA county registrar office to increase ballot pickup after box catches fire The Los Angeles County Registrar’s office announced it will pick up mail-in ballots more frequently after a ballot box in Baldwin Park caught fire Sunday evening, prompting an arson investigation.
  14. Lawmakers hail DOJ antitrust lawsuit against Google as 'long overdue' Lawmakers in the House and Senate on Tuesday welcomed the Justice Department’s (DOJ's) move to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google that claims the tech behemoth used its power to preserve its monopoly via its search engine.
  15. Cold water may be an effective defense against dementia After years of anecdotal evidence, scientists have finally nailed down one link between brain health and the “polar bear plunge.”
  16. Coronavirus hits every resident of Kansas nursing home, linked to 10 deaths All 62 residents tested positive for the novel coronavirus, resulting in at least 10 deaths.
  17. Suspects trespass at Michigan brewery while it's closed, drink beer and soda with their kids It’s probably not a good idea to invite children to a crime.
  18. Lawyer charged in connection with Jennifer Dulos murder released from prison The attorney charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the case of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos was released on bond Monday, after spending nine months behind bars, according to court papers.
  19. Neck gaiter coronavirus study questioned by experts over manufacturer's involvement Neck gaiters caught attention earlier in the pandemic as experts questioned their efficacy, however, there remains no conclusive answer as to whether they help stop the spread of novel coronavirus.
  20. SSC planning 'affordable' follow-up to 316 mph Tuatara supercar SSC is working on a "Little Brother" to its $1.9 million Tuatara that will cost $300,000 to $400,000. The more affordable model will have approximately 700 hp.
  21. Britney Spears fans concerned after star posts bizarre video of herself dancing Britney Spears fans are voicing their concern after the star’s latest bizarre Instagram post.
  22. Adam Gase is ‘doing everything he can’ to salvage Jets season As the Jets continue to lose, coach Adam Gase continues to look for answers.
  23. Convicted killer Peter Madsen arrested after prison escape attempt The Danish inventor who is serving a life sentence in the murder of a Swedish journalist escaped from prison Tuesday by threatening that he was wearing a bomb — but was quickly surrounded by police, according to local reports.
  24. Texas woman died of coronavirus during flight, officials confirm It remains unclear if the woman knew she had COVID-19.
  25. Joe Judge cracks joke about return to hometown Philadelphia Joe Judge as an assistant and special teams coordinator with the Patriots coached games back in his hometown of Philadelphia. Thursday night is a first for Judge, though. He takes the Giants into Lincoln Financial Field as a head coach, and that is something different.
  26. Pennsylvania GOP considering further action against ballot deadline extension as Dems claim 'huge win' After the Supreme Court on Monday blocked an effort by Pennsylvania Republicans to put a hold on a three-day deadline extension for mail ballots to be received in Pennsylvania, the state GOP is considering further action on the issue next week after Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is seated and before the presidential election.
  27. Seattle police officers’ exit interviews site lack of support, ‘political agenda’: report The exit interviews by officers leaving the Seattle Police Department shine a spotlight on the discontent and frustration within the agency with some saying they felt a lack of support and concern for their well-being amid protests, a new report claims.
  28. Tropical Storm Epsilon forecast to become hurricane, pass near Bermuda The latest tropical storm is expected to become a hurricane by the time it gets closer to Bermuda later this week, with forecasters saying the island could feel some impacts.
  29. Few fans, masked umps, muted celebrations for World Series A World Series like no other opens Tuesday night with Clayton Kershaw’s Los Angeles Dodgers pursuing redemption, Kevin Kiermaier’s Tampa Bay Rays seeking acclaim and Major League Baseball relieved just to reach the championship of the pandemic-delayed season.
  30. Trump urges Barr to 'act fast,' 'appoint somebody' to probe Hunter Biden business dealings President Trump on Tuesday said Attorney General William Barr needs to “act” and “appoint somebody” after nearly a dozen House Republicans urged him to tap a special counsel to investigate alleged revelations coming from a laptop purported to have belonged to Joe Biden’s son Hunter.