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The identity of the man police believe is the notorious Golden State Killer is being revealed. The suspect is 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo of Sacramento and is a former policeman. He's suspected of twelve murders, 45 rapes and more than a hundred burglaries across California in the 1970s and 1980s. DNA evidence led to DeAngelo's arrest yesterday.        New misconduct allegations against the President's Veteran Affairs nominee are being dismissed. Dr. Ronny Jackson told reporters he never wrecked a government vehicle. Despite these claims, Jackson said he's still moving forward with his bid as planned. The White House is defending Jackson's credentials and said they conducted a thorough vetting process before nominating him.        Conservative Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court could be leaning towards upholding President Trump's controversial travel ban. During oral arguments today, Justice Samuel Alito said it doesn't appear to be a ban on Muslims. However, Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor wondered where the President gets the authority do more than Congress has already decided is adequate.        Replace the Iran Nuclear Deal before abandoning it altogether. That's the recommendation from French President Emmanuel Macron [[ mah-CRONE ]] when addressing U.S. lawmakers today. Macron called for a more comprehensive deal to prevent Iran from building nuclear weapons. He argued that Iran must never be allowed to have nukes.        Upon searching the Tennessee Waffle House shooting suspect's apartment, police said more than 970 rounds of ammunition were found. According to court documents, police also found Travis Reinking was in possession of 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. He was captured Monday after an extensive manhunt.        A Florida widow isn't too happy police showed up at her husband's funeral looking to unlock his phone with his finger. Victoria Armstrong said detectives attempted to use the fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone, but failed. Clearwater Police say that they obtained the device within the alloted time period where fingerprint access is allowed. Officials also say Florida law doesn't say who has access to a dead person's remains, only who is authorized to get rid of them, so this will likely go to court.