Lasting Endurance: “Scientists have found and filmed one of the greatest ever undiscovered shipwrecks 107 years after it sank. The Endurance, the lost vessel of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, was found at the weekend at the bottom of the Weddell Sea.” (Hopefully, 107 years from now we’ll be finding oligarch-owned yachts at the bottom of the sea.)

+ Utah Struck: “Parent-hired transporters can pull kids from their beds, handcuff them, hold them down or blindfold them. In Utah, a legislator who recently sponsored a bill that brought regulatory reform to the state’s booming teen-treatment industry said he wants to take a closer look at how kids from all over the country are getting to the state for treatment.” APM Reports: ‘Blindfolds, hoods and handcuffs’: How some teenagers get to Utah’s youth treatment programs.

+ You Cannot Be Serious: “This was the most egregious piece of misconduct from a player towards an umpire that I have witnessed in several decades of involvement with the sport.” Alexander Zverev’s eight-week suspended ban for Mexican Open outburst labelled ‘pathetic.’ And this isn’t the first time the tour has let Zverev off the hook.