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"How much legal trouble can one person be in?” the "Late Night" host wondered.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said "anybody that's ever known Donald Trump" is familiar with this inclination.
Raquel Wilkins and her 2-year-old son Denzel Browning-Wilkins plunged to their deaths from the third level of a San Diego baseball stadium.

The ACLU has sued the state over a discriminatory bill that prohibits doctors from providing medically necessary care to trans youth.
The president was responding to a question about how he plans to win back independents who voted for him in 2020 but aren't happy with him now.
The former president's son was interviewed by the New York attorney general's office in its civil probe into the Trump Organization.
“The threat is in no way over, but the news is good in terms of the direction that it’s turning," Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said at a news conference.
In an 8-1 decision, the court agreed that Trump cannot stop the release of White House records to lawmakers investigating the attack on the Capitol.
Mimieux is best known for films like “Where the Boys Are,” “The Time Machine” and “Light in the Piazza.”
Westchester District Attorney Mimi Rocah said investigator slet themselves be “guided by Durst’s version of events” despite inconsistencies.

Britney Spears Fires Back At Father's Demands She Pay His Legal Fees

The pop star's lawyers outlined a lengthy list of Jamie Spears' alleged financial transgressions when he was her conservator.
An NPR report claimed Neil Gorsuch won't wear a mask on the Supreme Court bench despite Sonia Sotomayor's preexisting condition.
The comedian, talk show host and political influencer is the 23rd recipient of the award.
The settlement will be split between the more than 1,000 people who say they were sexually assaulted by Dr. Robert Anderson.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednesday that the Grammy-winning rapper had offered the financial relief for victims of the fire in the Bronx, where she grew up.
The patrol sent out a test message claiming authorities in Gotham City were searching for a purple and green 1978 Dodge -- the car used by the Joker in the 1989 "Batman" film.
Some airlines said they will halt flights to several American cities or stop using the Boeing 777, which the FAA has not cleared to fly into airports with 5G signals.
Three Sharon Hill Police officers were charged in the Aug. 27, 2021, shooting that killed Fanta Bility outside a high school football game.
The bill pushed by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis takes aim at critical race theory — though it doesn’t mention it explicitly.