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  • NBC News reports the Senate Intelligence Committee has "no direct evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia," although no one was expecting that: "We were never going to find a contract signed in blood saying, 'Hey Vlad, we're going to collude,'" one Democratic aide said.
  • David Spade is getting his own Comedy Central nightly show.
  • Check out the trailer for Yesterday, a nightmare new movie from Danny Boyle in which The Beatles never existed by Ed Sheeran is still a pop star.
  • Trump has called for Rep. Ilhan Omar to resign from Congress for some ill-advised tweets, which is a standard he certainly would not hold himself to.
  • So...do Christian teens really "have butt sex to avoid losing their virginities?"
  • The Times profiles the seven women who helped push sexual harassment legislation onto Albany’s agenda.
  • Not a joke: an overweight tiger was found inside an abandoned Houston home by a tipster who was just at the house to smoke marijuana and thought they were hallucinating when they first saw the tiger.
  • Check out this pretty incredible Since Parkland project, which features over 1000 obituaries of teens & children, written by teens "to measure the void left in homes and classrooms that have lost young people to the pull of a trigger."
  • The LA Times offers their own french fry power rankings.
  • 21 Savage has been released by ICE on bond pending a deportation hearing.
  • Former staffers say that Sen. Amy Klobuchar "has fully earned reputation" as an exceptionally difficult boss "independent of her gender."
  • It's truly the last call for Last Call With Carson Daly.
  • And finally, look at these beautiful freak ears: