'Start Here': Dems seek docs, Trump rants at CPAC, no charges in Stephon Clark case

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

It's Monday, March 4, 2019. Here's what you need to start your day:

1. Dems ask dozens for documents

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said the committee will be requesting Trump-related documents from more than 60 people, starting today.

He made the comments Sunday on "This Week" in an interview during which he reiterated his belief that President Donald Trump obstructed justice.

The White House has not yet commented to ABC News.

ABC News White House Correspondent Tara Palmeri says Nadler is speaking carefully when it comes to possible impeachment investigations.

2. CPAC-Man

On Saturday, at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference, the president of the United States of America blasted Democrats in a meandering speech that exceeded two hours.

ABC News' Adam Kelsey talks to us about the speech, while ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas explains how Trump sees his political path forward amid multiple investigations.

3. Sacramento cops cleared

Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said on Saturday that the two police officers who fired 20 rounds at Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was struck by at least seven bullets and bled to death in his grandmother's yard, will not face criminal charges.

Officers Terrance Mercadal and Jared Robinet acted within the law, and evidence supports their claim that the 22-year-old Clark was moving toward them, Schubert said.

Clark was holding a cell phone at the time he was gunned down.

ABC News' Zachary Kiesch tells us about the findings and why Clark's death prompted nationwide protests.

Other news:

'Praying for their families': At least 23 people have been killed by tornadoes in Alabama.

'This is not an acceptable number of catastrophic injuries': Since Dec. 26, 20 horses have died at Santa Anita Park in Southern California.

From our partners at FiveThirtyEight:

LeBron and the Lakers have hit a low point: The Lakers lost to the Suns on Saturday night, and have now hit a new low point, with only an 8 percent chance of making the playoffs. Barring a miracle turnaround, expect more new low points.

Last 'Nightline':

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'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Jade and Tanner open up about heartbreaking miscarriage: They have since welcomed a beautiful baby girl named Emerson and have a second child on the way.

On this day in history:

March 4, 1994 -- All four defendants are found guilty of bombing the World Trade Center.

The must-see photo:

People prepare to takes part in ancient carnival, where the forces of good and evil duel in a symbolic battle, in the small Pyrenees village of Lantz in northern Spain. (photo credit: Alvaro Barrientos/AP)

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Cold on social:

Avalanches closed down parts of Interstate 70 in Colorado on Sunday.

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