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  • Robert Mueller's deputy Andrew Weissman says they proved Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice but Mueller team was too timid to say it explicitly: “When there is insufficient proof of a crime, in volume one, we say it. But when there is sufficient proof, with obstruction, we don’t say it. Who is going to be fooled by that? It’s so obvious.”
  • Trump is planning to nominate a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court at the end of this week.
  • The fight over that Supreme Court seat has already had reverberations through various Senate campaigns, with many Republicans falling in line behind Trump and Democrats arguing it is helping motivate voters in the opposite direction.
  • Bronwen Adams, Ginsburg’s "interior decorator and all-round go-to person," shared some stories about the Justice with The Daily Beast: “She told me that her cases got her through surgery, and chemo, that she would lie on the table thinking about the cases.”
  • A woman suspected of sending a letter containing the poison ricin to Trump was arrested as she tried to enter the U.S. from Canada at a border crossing in New York.
  • These dancing garbage men want to bring a little joy to your life.
  • The denial of reality and science when it comes to COVID-19 is the center of Trump's reelection effort.
  • Fleet Foxes are releasing their new album Shore tomorrow to coincide with the autumnal equinox.
  • Researchers are exploring whether wearing glasses protects a person from becoming infected with coronavirus after they noticed fewer nearsighted patients in a hospital ward in China.
  • Here are all the highs and lows from this year's strange, somewhat stilted, surprisingly chaos-free 2020 Emmy Awards.
  • Watch the very trippy official trailer for WandaVision.
  • And finally, one dog knows what they're doing, but the other one...not so much: