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Police in California are confident that they've captured the Golden State Killer. The serial killed is blamed for a dozen murders, nearly 50 rapes and more than a hundred burglaries across California in the 1970s and 1980s. DNA evidence led to yesterday's arrest of 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo of Sacramento. Prosecutors say he's being held on suspicion of at least four murders.        President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen is exercising his right to remain silent in the lawsuit filed by porn star Stormy Daniels. In a new court filing, Michael Cohen explained he's staying silent in the lawsuit because of an ongoing criminal investigation by the FBI and federal prosecutors. The FBI recently raided Cohen's office, home and hotel room reportedly in connection to a 130-thousand-dollar payment Cohen made to Daniels.        President Trump's nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs is denying new misconduct allegations against him. White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson told reporters that he never wrecked a government vehicle while intoxicated. He's also accused of excessive drinking on the job and improperly dispensing medications.        The suspected Waffle House shooter had a stockpile of ammunition. Court documents show Travis Reinking had over 970 rounds of ammo. Police also found gun scopes, a GoPro camera, several computers and four cell phones. Reinking is charged with killing four people when he opened fire on a Nashville Waffle House early Sunday morning.        A Massachusetts preschool is banning the use of the term "best friend." Pentucket Workshop in Georgetown considers it "exclusionary" but a master teacher from Brooklyn says that's not the way to go. Chanie Wilchanskie [[ HAHN-ee wil-SHAN-skee ]] says it's up to parents and teachers to help children learn the skills they need to make friends, including what to say when they want to join a game.