Are You Ready for Some Crypto? Some commercials airing during Sunday’s game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams are more than just product placements. They are attempts at persuading viewers to seriously consider cryptocurrency investments and sports betting, activities that have to do with money but with a whole lot more financial risk involved. Ads for crypto companies and sports betting sites will be all over the Super Bowl. And SI: The Super Bowl Will Be a Crypto Ad Onslaught. Meanwhile, Americans are expected to consume about 1.42 billion chicken wings on game day.

+ But Her Emails: “Former President Donald Trump’s alleged improper handling of White House records while he was in office and after he decamped to Florida has prompted fresh scrutiny over whether he flouted federal law and, if he did, whether he can be held accountable for doing so.” (Alleged. Ha! Improper handling. Ha! Ha! Held accountable. Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!) And, Records obtained by Jan. 6 panel don’t list Trump’s calls. (Maybe he’ll be held accountable for that, too. Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! )

+ Car and Race: “While it claims to not tolerate racial harassment or discrimination at its factories, Tesla’s investigations of complaints are not compliant with law.” California sues Tesla over alleged rampant discrimination against Black employees.

+ Scotus Operandi: Ron Brownstein in The Atlantic: “The 6–3 majority-conservative Supreme Court is dangerously out of step with a demographically and culturally changing America.” (In other words, it is precisely what the Federalist Society built it to be.)