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President Trump might watch a little bit of testimony by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller [[ MULL-ers ]] in the House this week. Trump made the statement today at the White House, where he also accused Democrats of going crazy over investigations. He called the nearly two-year investigation by Mueller phony and called him "conflicted" multiple times. Trump also insisted the Mueller found no evidence of collusion or obstruction in the investigation into the 2016 election.        President Trump and the First Lady are paying respects to Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, as his body is lying in repose at the Supreme Court building today. Stevens passed away last week after suffering a stroke at the age of 99. He was the second-oldest justice to serve on the high court, and served longer than all but two other justices.        Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib [[ tal-EEB ]] is not backing down following attacks by President Trump. At an NAACP convention in Detroit today, Tlaib said she's not going anywhere, adding "not until I impeach this President!" Trump began attacking Tlaib, along with three other freshmen congresswomen just over a week ago, saying they should "go back" to where they came from. All four are U.S. citizens.        Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is demanding all aircrafts carry life-saving EpiPens. The call for EpiPens by New York's senior senator comes after a passenger on a Delta flight from JFK International Airport to Tel Aviv recently went into anaphylactic shock following a food allergy attack. A doctor on the flight saved the passenger's life using a manual syringe, but Schumer says that's way too risky. He says it would cost airlines just eight-cents per passenger to carry Epinephrine auto-injectors in their emergency medical kits.       Following their 2005 split, CBS and Viacom could possibly team up again next month. According to the Hollywood Reporter, CBS is expected to acquire Viacom for around 15-billion-dollars on August 8th, the day each is set to report quarterly earnings. Combined, the companies would be better positioned to compete with the likes of Disney and Netflix.       Pampers is coming out with a technology alternative to pulling back a baby's diaper to see if it's wet. The company calls its smart diaper Lumi by Pampers. The diaper has a sensor that sends information to a mobile app. Pampers says the sensor also will track the baby's sleeping patterns. The new line comes with a baby monitor and a ten-day supply of diapers. There's no word yet on how much smart diapers will cost.