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  • Legal scholars clashed over Trump's impeachment during hearings today: "I don't think it's possible to emphasize this strongly enough: a president who will not cooperate in an impeachment inquiry is putting himself above the law," said Harvard professor Noah Feldman. "Putting yourself above the law as president is the core of an impeachable offense."
  • Why did Grammy-nominated artist Mike Posner decide to walk 2,851-miles across America?
  • No one tells you that when you get married, you also inherit your spouse's enemies as well.
  • A dog in Britain managed to turn on a microwave and start a kitchen fire while its owner was away.
  • Cursed Michael Jackson story of the day: "The L.A. production 'For the Love of a Glove' is a part-puppet show in which the late singer's alleged history of child sex abuse is blamed on a glove-shaped alien forcing Jackson to feed on boys."
  • Pinterest and The Knot will stop promoting wedding content that romanticizes former slave plantations.
  • Sterling Partners, the business of the Wilpon family, is in negotiations to sell 80 percent of the Mets to hedge-fund billionaire Steve Cohen.
  • George Zimmerman is suing the family of Trayvon Martin, prosecutors and others involved in the Martin case for $100 million.
  • A photographer has documented the creative architecture the Swiss have made to help their their feline friends get around.
  • Jay-Z's albums are back on Spotify right in time for his 50th birthday.
  • This is why cruise lines keep cutting ships in half.
  • And finally, I let the dogs out, me, me, me: