Colts quarterback Andrew Luck suffered a setback while rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery after practicing with the team over the last two weeks, and will be shut down until further notice.
The most important stories in tech include reviews of the new Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL. Meanwhile, Microsoft unveils the Surface Book 2 in 13-inch and 15-inch models.
Kylie Jenner made a now-rare appearance with her sister Kendall for a double-date night with Travis Scott and Blake Griffin. Also, Demi Lovato opened up like not many celebs do in her latest documentary 'Simply Complicated.' Plus, the latest chapter in the Rob Kardashian vs Blac Chyna saga reveals some messy details from the past. Find out what you missed in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
On this week's #WellActually, Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson explain how Jalen Ramsey, Marshon Lattimore, and Tre'Davious White are bucking the trend of young cornerbacks struggling early in their careers.
Billionaire private equity guru David Rubenstein, co-CEO and co-founder of The Carlyle Group , is always worried about an unforeseen geopolitical event. "Something in North Korea, something in the Middle East - some dirty nuclear bomb goes off somewhere - something that's a terrorist event," he said in an exclusive interview with TheStreet. "You're always worried about that you can't do anything about it." The aforementioned events, according to Rubenstein, transcend what any president does or says. "I honestly think there are large geopolitical events that could occur that could hurt the economy - I don't know what they will be and I don't think they're affected directly by the president's comment." Aside from the possibility of geopolitical risks, Rubenstein is "generally okay" with where the economy is. Rubenstein is also the host of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations" on Bloomberg Television. More From Scott Gamm and TheStreet: What You Need to Know About Black Monday: Explainer Watch: Mnuchin's Stock Market Comment Was Not a Good Call, Jim Cramer Says Gary Cohn Is Not a Good Choice for Federal Reserve Chair, Barney Frank Warns This Alarming Statistic Could Rattle the Record Run in Stocks
The "What About Us" singer tells which R&B singer rejected the idea of collaborating with her. Find out who it is! Watch "Daily Pop" weekdays at 12|11c on E!
In Empty the Notebook, the MMQB's Peter King discusses the latest news on Panthers LB Luke Kuechly, including Kuechly's long-term outlook on playing football after multiple concussions.
A man accused of torturing his girlfriend's 8-year-old son to death killed the child because he thought the boy was gay, a Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office prosecutor said during opening statements Monday.
Kendall Jenner is at a high point in her modeling career, and it seems she feels it's the right time to go full throttle in her industry. Reports have surfaced that Kendall is looking to be phased out of the long-running KUWTK series as soon as possible, and worries about the potential damage being associated with the show could bring. Do you think this is a good move if the rumors are true? Let us know in the comments below.
In Empty the Notebook, the MMQB's Peter King discusses whether or not the Steelers would trade Martavis Bryant, and the reaction in the locker room to his trade request.
Tracy Byrnes sat down with some of the brightest minds at TheStreet to look back on the Black Monday crash 30 years later. TheStreet's Banking and Finance Editor, James Langford recalled the day of the crash was also the day he wanted his father to buy him a new car, but instead his father was sharing stories of the great depression. When it comes to what caused the Black Friday crash, the group, which also included Assignments Editor Michael Brown, agreed that a lack of liquidity was part of the problem. The Deal's Executive Editor Ron Fink also pointed to what was then called "programmed trading," which was early online trading. He also described how a type of trading meant to hedge against a big drop ultimately contributed to the crash. Check out their full conversation along with other podcasts from TheStreet.
The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer shares her history of substance abuse in her YouTube documentary "Simply Complicated." Watch "Daily Pop" weekdays at 12|11c on E!
In Empty the Notebook, the MMQB's Peter King tells us what he knows about Aaron Rodgers' shoulder injury and when the former MVP could return to action. Plus, can the Packers make the playoffs without Rodgers under center?