Rick Gates arrives at the Prettyman Federal Courthouse for a plea hearing today. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Rick Gates pleaded guilty today to conspiracy against the U.S. and lying to the FBI.
What's next: Federal guidelines suggest Gates will face a sentence of 57 to 71 months, but these are only advisory and are subject to discretion, per Bloomberg. Gates' status hearing is on May 14.
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin briefs members of the media today on the new U.S. sanctions against North Korea. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images
"Flash and volume likely to defeat subtlety in this year's acting Oscar races" ... At the L.A. Times, film critic Justin Chang is growing weary of seeing the same winners for this year's Oscar crop, starting with Gary Oldman, who played Churchill in "The Darkest Hour":
Correction: Yesterday's PM incorrectly said Oprah reworked her recent "60 Minutes" clip after being called out by President Trump. She actually said that she worked with a producer before the show aired to ensure it was balanced. I regret the error.