Rescue teams in Thailand have pulled out another member of the soccer team that’s been stranded in a deep cave for more than two weeks. The mission to rescue a coach and 12 players has been perilous, as rescuers battle high water and narrow passages amid low oxygen levels to get the team out alive. One rescuer died while trying to rescue them. [NYTimes]

Happy Monday.

Topping the news: -> People on both sides of the abortion debate are bracing for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, which he’s expected to make today. Trump’s choice is expected to shift the court to the right. [Trib]

-> A Salt Lake Tribune-Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows that 44 percent of Utahns view the #MeToo movement favorably, and that there is a deep divide between conservatives and liberals. [Trib]

-> The Dollar Ridge fire near Duchesne, which has burned nearly 50,000 acres and burned dozens of homes, is now 35 percent contained. Some families reflect on what they lost in the most devastating wildfire in Utah so far this year. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: From @Patbagley: “For what it’s worth, I’ve been shunning Alan Dershowitz since 2002 when he made the case for a preemptive war in Iraq.”

-> From @mattdpearce: "I don’t know why reporters keep covering Alan Dershowitz instead of doing their real jobs: finding more pictures of Spider-Man”

-> From @cameron_kasky: "I believe that Donald Trump can be perfectly summed up by the fact that his EPA pick was a guy who pretty much admittedly attacked the environment.”

In other news: -> 20 cars were burned in a rental car lot at the Salt Lake City International Airport over the weekend in an event police are investigating as a possible arson. [Fox13]

-> While 2nd Congressional District Rep. Chris Stewart holds a comfortable lead against Democrat Shireen Ghorbani, his opponent says many voters don’t even know who their representative is. [Trib]

-> Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jenny Wilson challenged her opponent, Mitt Romney, to a debate this month on immigration, but Romney appeared to decline. [DNews]

-> Air quality along the Wasatch Front is being affected by smoke from multiple wildfires across the state. [Trib]

-> Pat Bagley shows the collateral damage of a potential trade war between the US and China. [Trib]

-> Frank Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb speculate what Sen. Mike Lee’s appointment to the Supreme Court would mean for his career. [DNews]

Nationally: President Donald Trump said he is “very close to making a decision” on a Supreme Court nominee, but appears to be waiting to the last minute to make a final decision. [NYTimes] [WaPost]

-> The White House is preparing for the “Super Bowl of politics” over the confirmation of Trump’s Supreme Court pick. [Politico]

-> The US shocked world health officials by opposing a resolution that says a mother’s milk is the healthiest for children, instead embracing the interests of infant manufacturers. [NYTimes]

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-- Connor Richards and Taylor W. Anderson.