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Tiger Woods injured in rollover car crash, Supreme Court allows release of Trump's tax returns

Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down the latest stories that are pushing headlines.

Video Transcript

ADAM SHAPIRO: News on the move, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirms golf superstar Tiger Woods was injured this morning when his SUV crashed and rolled over. He was the only person in the vehicle. Woods sustained major damage. Woods was taken to a local hospital. There is no update on his condition.

The Manhattan district attorney's office is getting more than Donald Trump's tax records. The Supreme Court late yesterday declined to stop the transfer of Trump's tax records, as well as financial documents regarding Trump's business dealings. Trump issued a statement saying, quote, "The Supreme Court never should have let this phishing expedition happen, but they did."

The San Francisco School Board scrubbed its plans to change the names of 44 public schools after a commission concluded the names were racist. The board voted 6 to 1 to change names like Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Paul Revere, but the board canceled those plans. They said they made some mistakes.

And no mistakes for NASA, which just released this awesomely cool video of the historic landing on Mars. The video shows the spacecraft delivering the Perseverance Rover to the Martian surface as it approached touchdown. NASA has also released audio recordings from the surface of Mars, which you can listen to on the NASA website. That recording that's on Twitter, that's a staged recording. Go to NASA if you want to hear more.