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FBI Director James Comey reportedly asked the Department of Justice to reject President Trump’s claim that former President Obama ordered the wiretapping of his phones during the campaign. Both the FBI and the Department of Justice have declined to comment.
The South Korean military said North Korea fired several projectiles off its eastern coast early this morning in what appeared to be the second launch in a month. The tests come as leader Kim Jong Un pushes for a nuclear and missile program that can deter what he calls U.S. and South Korean hostility toward the North.
Sixteen teams from across the globe will play ball-– World Baseball Classic tournament, starts today. The US plays its first game Friday, against Colombia. Various cities around the world are hosting the games, with the tournament wrapping up in Los Angeles on March 20-22.
Police say a man who doesn’t know how to swim jumped into the deep end of a pool at a New Jersey hotel and rescued a 9-year-old boy from drowning. Police say 37-year-old Randolph Perez, of Pennsylvania, was checking in at the time. The boy he rescued and Randolph are both going to be okay.
Rhode Island’s attorney general wants to start fingerprinting Uber and Lyft drivers, as well as traditional taxi drivers. Would this be a good idea for Washington too? KOMO
A Sikh man was shot in his driveway in Kent by someone who yelled “get out of my country.” Fortunately the man was only hit in the arm and is going to be okay. The shooting is being investigated as a hate crime. The suspect is a white man, about 6 feet tall with a stocky build. He was wearing dark clothing and had a mask covering the lower part of his face.