- Michael Wolff's book on the first year of the Trump administration, Fire and Fury, will be adapted for television.
- President Trump accused Russia of helping North Korea get around sanctions.
- Republicans in the House of Representatives are still looking for a short-term government funding bill that enough of them can support.
- Three quarters of the National Park Service's advisory board resigned, claiming Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was unwilling to meet with them.
- Trump's Fake News Awards may happen later today.
- A dispute between a sheep farmer and the defense ministry in Romania over grazing near a NATO base has reached that country's highest court.
- A skyscraper-sized asteroid headed toward Earth will come close enough to be considered "potentially hazardous," according to NASA.
- Men's rights activists make a womanless cut of The Last Jedi.
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