5 things to know tonight: Suspect in NSA leak being held in Lincolnton jail and other stories

Reality Leigh Winner , 25, has been charged with sending to the news media a classified government report about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election. She is being held in the Lincoln County Jail.

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Reality Leigh Winner , 25, has been charged with sending to the news media a classified government report about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election. She is being held in the Lincoln County Jail.

1. Suspect in NSA leak being held in Lincolnton jail. The Augusta woman who has been arrested in the National Security Agency leak investigation is being held at a small county jail here, about 40 miles northwest of Augusta. Reality Leigh Winner, 25, is receiving three meals a day and has access to a phone to call her family, said Sheriff Bruce Beggs. A doctor is on call and a nurse comes twice a day, partly to dispense medication. Read more]

2. James Comey's testimony released ahead of Senate intelligence hearing. Former FBI Director James Comey will detail on Thursday five private conversations he had with President Donald Trump in testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, according to prepared remarks released Wednesday. [Read more]

3. With a wink toward Ossoff, Asian-American businessman challenges Woodall in 7th District. Democrats have been salivating over the chance to mount a serious challenger against Republican Rob Woodall in Georgia's rapidly diversifying 7th District. Could this be it? David Kim, the Harvard-educated founder of a national test prep company and the son of Korean immigrants, announced his plans Wednesday to run for the House seat in 2018. [Read more]

4. Fake yellow pills blamed for Georgia drug overdoses. A 21-year-old Macon native is believed to be among those who have died from an overdose on a street drug that appears to be a painkiller, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office said. [Read more]

5. Ex-Henry County official gets 8 years for child molestation. A former Henry County commissioner was sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to child molestation charges. [Read more]