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Amid Kavanaugh questions, Trump says it’s not ‘acceptable’ to lie to Congress:

President Donald Trump said Tuesday his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is “doing very well” but said his fate will depend on an ongoing FBI investigation.

Speaking to reporters on the South Lawn, Trump also drew a line on lying to Congress.
“I don’t think you should lie to Congress and there are a lot of people over the past year who have lied to Congress,” he said. “For me, that would not be acceptable.”
Kanye West explains his 13th Amendment comments:

Kanye West wants to clarify his controversial comments about the 13th Amendment.

The polarizing rapper, who now wants to be known as “Ye,” was roasted this past weekend for his comments about President Trump from the stage of “Saturday Night Live” and for later tweeting that the 13th Amendment should be abolished.
The amendment, which was ratified in 1865, abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for a crime for which someone had been convicted.
West stirred outrage with a tweet Sunday which showed him on what appeared to be a private plane while wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap. In it he wrote, “This represents good and America becoming whole again.”

LeBron James Praised by Warren Buffet for His ‘Money Mind’:

Billionaire Warren Buffett believes LeBron James has more than a high basketball IQ.

Speaking to USA Today‘s Josh Peter on Tuesday, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO said he believes James has strong business acumen.

“People really do have minds that function better than other people’s in certain areas that you can’t give a test for,” Buffett said. “And LeBron, in addition to a lot of other talents, he has a money mind. And he gets stuff.”

Buffett added James’ investment savvy shows he knows how to “separate out the cream from the crap.

Alyssa Milano: Difficult to attend Kavanaugh hearing, but ‘felt like I needed to be there’:

Actress and #MeToo activist Alyssa Milano said Saturday that while it was “difficult” to be in the room when Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, it made her feel “proud” to be a woman and to represent survivors of sexual assault.

“It was a very hard day to be in that room, but I was proud to be a woman and I was proud to be a survivor, and I felt like I needed to be there for other survivors that couldn’t be there,” Milano told CNN’s Ana Cabrera.

Police say 2 men broke into a UPS facility and stole 400 guns:

When 400 guns go missing, there’s cause for concern — understandably.

For two days, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and local law enforcement searched for two men who stole that many weapons from a UPS facility in Memphis.
The burglary occurred Sunday. Officials say two men drove up in a U-Haul truck and made off with about 400 guns.
On Tuesday, the ATF’s Chicago office said “hundreds of guns” stolen from the distribution center have been recovered in Illinois.
The office said it has one person in custody, but it’s looking for a second.

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