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President Trump beleives Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is not being treated fairly. At the White House today, Trump called it a very tough thing for Kavanaugh and his family. He said it would be very unfortunate if Kavanaugh's accuser doesn't show up for a scheduled hearing on Monday. The California woman accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault more than 30-years ago says she will not testify until the FBI investigates her claims.         "Epic." That's how President Trump describes the flooding from Florence. Trump arrived at a Marine base in North Carolina this morning. He thanked local, state and federal officials who've been involved in helping the Carolinas get through the monster storm. Florence is blamed for the deaths of more than 30 people. Trump called Florence one of the most powerful and devastating storms in U.S. history.        The man accused of murdering Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts is pleading not guilty. In court this morning, 24-year-old Cristhian Rivera entered his plea to first-degree murder charges. Rivera also waived his right to a speedy trial. He faces life in prison. Police say Rivera pursued Tibbetts in his car while she was jogging at night and became angry when she threatened to call police. Officials say Rivera was an illegal immigrant at the time of the killing.        The woman convicted of assisting in the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart back in 2002 has been released from Utah State Prison. Seventy-two-year-old Wanda Barzee spent 15 years behind bars, and was unexpectedly released five years ahead of schedule when the state parole board credited her with time she served in federal custody. Barzee pleaded guilty in 2010 to kidnapping Elizabeth Smart with her husband, Brian David Mitchell.        The Supreme Court says a lot of nonprofit groups have to disclose the identity of wealthy donors who give money to pay for aggressive political ads. Yesterday's ruling on so-called dark money donations comes just seven weeks before the midterm elections. The ruling applies to donations for ads that tell people to vote for or against a candidate.        Maroon 5 is playing the halftime show at Superbowl 53 in Atlanta. The band's frontman Adam Levine recently said he "actively wants to play the Super Bowl" and it looks like he got his wish. The band is currently on tour.