The FBI reportedly asked the Department of Justice to refute claims President Trump made on Twitter about President Obama wiretapping Trump Tower.
- Seven in 10 Americans say the United States is losing its "national identity," according to a new Associated Press poll.
- Anti-Trump protesters clashed with pro-Trump protesters in Berkeley and at least ten people were arrested.
- Lawmakers in California have filed FOIA requests for Immigration and Customs Enforcement activities in the state.
- A Sikh man in Washington was shot by someone who reportedly told him to "go back to his country"—the third such attack in the last 10 days.
- Turkey President Recep Erdogan said Germany was acting like the Nazi regime after the government canceled local pro-Erdogan rallies.
- North Korea fired more missiles into the ocean, with three landing in Japanese waters.
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