. 1 Politics
Justin Amash is the first member of the GOP Congress to claim that President Trump has taken part in an incontestable conduct. Will others in the party soon follow? Do not expect that. Amash, a libertarian from Michigan, caused a stir over the weekend when he wrote on Twitter that after reading Robert Mueller's report, he thought the report was "several examples" of Trump's violations of justice. The Democrats were excited and will use Amash's statements to increase pressure on his Republican counterparts. But it does not seem that Amash's point of view is going to be anything bigger inside the GOP. Even Utah's Sen. Mitt Romney, who beat Trump over the Mueller report, said he did not support Amash's call for impeachment.
. 2 Election in India
The world's biggest elections are over and it looks like Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will win a second term. Most polls show that Modi's political party and coalition win a clear majority. The official election results will be published on Thursday. Exit surveys suggest that voters continue to support modalities despite worsening employment prospects, declining wages for farmers, and increased right-wing Hindu nationalism. About 900 million people took part in the elections, which took several weeks and required the use of one million polling stations.
. 3 Morehouse College
The graduates of Morehouse College were already in a good mood. Finally, they were completing their college degree. Then her auditor really made her day: he promised to repay her student loan. This incredible act of generosity came from billionaire Robert F. Smith, who told graduates at the historically black college in Atlanta that he would "fill up some fuel in their bus." The total amount covers 396 students and is worth several tens of millions of dollars. David A. Thomas, President of Morehouse, said Smith's gift will enable graduates to have more capital to start businesses and support their families. Rising student loan debt is cited by many as one of the factors contributing to income inequality in America.
. 4 Abduction in Texas
Two people are celebrated as heroes after helping the police find an 8-year-old girl who was ripped off a street in Fort Worth. Salem Sabatka went for a walk with her mother on Saturday night when a car appeared and a man grabbed her and picked her up. An Amber Alert with pictures of Salem and a description of the vehicle, a Ford Five Hundred, flooded social media. Two people who were not identified by the police searched for the vehicle and later found it in a hotel car park. They called the police, who eventually found Salem uninjured in a room. A 51-year-old man was charged with harder kidnapping. After Salem was examined in a hospital, she was reunited with her family.
. 5 Weather
The inland states have been hit by bad weather in recent weeks. Well, at the beginning of this week, apparently, they will not get a break either. The National Weather Service says a "strong" storm system today could bring thunderstorms, hail, damaging winds, floods and even tornadoes to Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana. And the threat of severe weather extends to parts of Texas until the morning. Therefore, the authorities are calling on the residents to have a "safe plan". All this comes at a bad weather weekend, with at least 38 tornadoes since Friday in Kansas, Nebraska and Texas.
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