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Today: Monday, Sept. 18
Chat with American freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy, via Facebook live:Olympics reporter Rachel Axon sits down with Olympian Gus Kenworthy to talk about his recent trip to South America and the upcoming season. 11 a.m. ET
See where your favorite team landed in our MLB Power Rankings, via our Sports section: How has the Cleveland Indians’ recent win streak affected the top of our MLB power rankings? Find out when our experts cast their vote. Noon E.T.
Check out updates on our NCAA Football Re-rank, via our Sports section:After another week of college football action, USA TODAY Sports’ Paul Myerberg ranks all 130 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) teams after another week of mayhem on the gridiron. Noon E.T.
Recap Week 2 of the NFL season, via Facebook Live: Columnist Jarrett Bell joins Trysta Krick to break down the highs and lows of NFL Week 2. Afternoon
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Tuesday, Sept. 19
Cast your vote on NFL Power Rankings, via our Sports section: Our NFL experts will rank the NFL teams from 1 through 32, and now you can do the same. We’ll debut our NFL Fan Power Rankings, where you can submit your list and compare it to our experts’. 10 a.m. ET
What to expect from the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, via Facebook Live: USA TODAY tech columnist Ed Baig talks features, pricing, camera and augmented reality on the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Noon
Wednesday, Sept. 20
Dive into an unsolved crime, via our Unsolved Podcast: A private investigator takes on the case of Michelle Manders, a toddler whose body was found on a Watertown, Wisc., riverbank 7 a.m. ET
Star Trek talk, via our Fan Theory Podcast:The Star Trek: Discovery premiere is almost here and Fan Theory podcast hosts chatting about the new show, favorite Star Trek moments and upcoming Star Trek events. 1 p.m. ET
Sonequa Martin-Green as First Officer Michael Burnham on ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’ (Photo: Jan Thijs, CBS)
Preview the Apple Watch Series 3, via Facebook Live: Hear USA TODAY tech columnist Ed Baig discusses the new Apple Watch Series 3 features, including cellular connectivity. Noon
Go behind the scenes at the America’s Got Talent season finale, via Instagram: Life reporter Carly Mallenbaum takes you inside Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre as the show’s winner is announced. Evening
Thursday, Sept. 21
Get expert fantasy football advice, via Facebook Live: Get ahead of the game as fantasy football expert Steve Gardner discusses who to sit and who to start with USA TODAY host Trysta Krick. 11:30 a.m. ET
See our latest NFL picks for Week 3, via our Sports section:Need help in your NFL office pool? Our NFL gurus have you covered. See who they pick to win every Week 3 matchup. Noon ET
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Friday, Sept. 22
Celebrate Batman Day, via our Fan Theory Podcast: Fan Theory hosts will discuss the best of the Caped Crusader’s villains and hone in on what makes super-villain Harley Quinn so great. 1 p.m. ET
Margot Robbie is Harley Quinn in ‘Sucide Squad.’ (Photo: Clay Enos)
Saturday, Sept. 23
The latest gadgets and more, via our Talking Tech newsletter: USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham and his tech team colleagues offer a guide to the biggest trends in tech and explain what they mean for you. 6 a.m. ET
Sunday, Sept. 24
Catch up on weekend news, via our fact-packed Biggest News You Missed roundup: We give you updates so you can start the week feeling informed. 5 p.m. ET
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