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President Trump says he is looking forward to signing a criminal justice reform bill, which got Senate approval. The House votes next. The bill boosts rehabilitation efforts, and gives judges more discretion for some drug sentences.
Michael Flynn's lawyers asked to have his sentencing postponed so he can cooperate more with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. A Federal judge criticized the former National Security Adviser, saying he "arguably sold the country out."
A group of Congress members visited a New Mexico border patrol station to investigate the death of a Guatemalan girl. The representatives called the station's facilities "inhumane" and said she should have gotten medical treatment sooner.
Elon Musk revealed a plan to dig miles of tunnels beneath Los Angeles. He said specially modified autonomous vehicles could bring people around the city and relieve traffic.