. 1 Attacking Christchurch
The devastating attacks on mosques in New Zealand, which killed at least 50 people, will take a while. But changes are already underway – New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirmed on Monday evening local time that the government has approved a reform of the country's arms laws. In fact, she said that she expected the announcement of specific reforms in a few days. Meanwhile, the New Zealand authorities are quick to confirm the identity of the victims so that their families can bury them as quickly as possible in accordance with Muslim tradition. 28-year-old Australian international Brenton Tarrant was arrested and charged with murder. However, he will most likely face additional charges. The New Zealand authorities have also launched an investigation into the gunman's actions and travels that led to the attack.
. 2 Airplane Crashes
3. Trump Tweets
The President found much excitement over the weekend, and he went to Twitter to make sure everyone knew. In a long line of tweets, Trump criticized late Senator John McCain about a government investigation into Saturday Night Live and demanded Fox News bring back hostess Jeanine Pirro. Pirro, whose regular show was not broadcast on Saturday, was reportedly suspended by the network for its widely criticized comments on Congressman Ilhan Omar. Although Tweetstorms by the president are now commonplace, this one stands out clearly from what actually everyone else in the world spoke: the attacks of New Zealand.
. 4 2020 Election
The Democrats are trying to set up a whole baseball team of presidential candidates. Kirsten Gillibrand officially entered the race on Sunday and Joe Biden basically threw off his hat on Saturday when he almost announced his intention to run during a speech in Delaware. Meanwhile, Beto O & Rourke will be spending his second official campaign on a multi-state tour of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and South Carolina. However, the hot Texas prospect has already landed in hot water: At the weekend he apologized for the joke that his wife "sometimes with my help" raised her three children.
. 5 Floods in Nebraska
Heavy floods in Nebraska set several national records over the weekend, and the dangerously wet conditions in the region have endangered millions of people. Around 9 million people in 1
4 states along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers were under flood warnings on Sunday night. The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says more rivers will break the highest records in the next two days. The floods and high mountains are the result of the mighty "bomb cyclone" hit last week in the central United States, causing hurricane-like winds and blizzard conditions. The water left by the storm ended in rivers and streams, so that it came days after the rain to floods.
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