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•Mike Richards, the Jeopardy! executive producer who was named the permanent host, was removed as permanent host after it was revealed he made sexist, racist, and anti-Semitic remarks on a podcast a few years ago.

•For the first time on record, rain — rather than snow — has fallen on the peak of Greenland's ice cap, which is a sign that global warming has gotten very bad.

•Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman and other celebrities have signed a letter asking President Biden to provide direct evacuation flights and other assistance for Afghan women.

•The Harlem Hellfighters, a heroic Black World War I infantry regiment that hasn't received the same veneration as the Tuskeegee Airmen, is finally getting a Congressional Gold Medal.

•The Ever Given is going to try passing through the Suez Canal again, just four months after getting stuck in there.

•A lot of people go on Nextdoor to complain about stuff in their neighborhoods, but they also go on there to see who's up.

•A Canadian Ironman triathlete was swimming in a big lake recently when an absolutely terrifying muskie fish bit his hand.

•Curtis Sliwa did a photo shoot with some pigeons.

•Channing Tatum has been cruising around New York City on a BMX bike—with Zoe Kravitz.

•Baby bats babble.

•And finally, spots look good on all body types: