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  • Trump advisor Roger Stone was arrested this morning on seven counts, including obstruction of an official proceeding, making false statements and witness tampering. In addition to the indictment showing the connections between Stone, the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks, it also alleges that Stone threatened to hurt a therapy dog.
  • Stone's lawyer says his client is "vindicated" by the indictment, while White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Stone's arrest had "nothing to do with the president," despite the fact that the words "Trump campaign" appear 22 times in Stone's indictment.
  • Instead of going to the White House, NBA champions the Golden State Warriors visited former President Obama.
  • Star William Jackson Harper reflects on the latest season of The Good Place and his own real-life anxieties.
  • Despite numerous credible allegations of sexual misconduct against him and a history of flaking out on set, producers of the Red Sonja remake are sticking by director Bryan Singer: "I know the difference between agenda driven fake news and reality, and I am very comfortable with this decision. In America people are innocent until proven otherwise."
  • Elizabeth Warren is proposing a "wealth tax" on those with more than $50 million, in an attempt to combat soaring wealth inequality.
  • Why did Trump and Trump Jr. get "star treatment" and a gun license in NY without proper vetting?
  • The Ringer writes about how the media turned the MAGA teens into martyrs.
  • The Times reports that Mark Zuckerberg plans to connect the messaging services of his three most powerful apps—WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger—in a move that is causing "internal strife."
  • And finally, have you seen this subway doggo in the wild?