Monday, March 20, 2017

Supreme Court nominee's hearings begin, Trump's (non) wiretaps and morning headlines

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click to enlarge Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
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Rising waters
Officials throughout the Inland Northwest are warning drivers to watch for flooding, including in Kootenai County. (KREM)

Well, duh
FBI Director James Comey told Congress this morning that there is no evidence of any wiretapping at Trump Tower, as the president has contended while offering no proof.

Cheers, mates
England is officially kicking off its Brexit process next week, BBC reports.

Supreme hearing
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearings kick off today, and it won't be pretty. (CNN)
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