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  1. Attorney General William Barr has sent Congress a synopsis of special counsel Robert Mueller’s key findings. There have been calls for him to share the full report, but Barr is not required to do so.
  2. Two Boeing 737 Max crashes are raising questions about whether the convenience of software has made it easier to miss the seriousness of potential flaws.
  3. After hours of rescues on stormy seas, the Viking Sky cruise ship was able to regain control of its engine and reach the Norway port of Molde on Sunday.
  4. British newspapers reported on Sunday that senior members of May’s cabinet could resign to force her to leave. May has until the end of next week to get a Brexit deal through Parliament.
  5. Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein prepared a summary of the special counsel’s findings after learning Friday from Mueller that his work was complete.
  6. Global reliance on just a handful of crops for calories is hurting the environment — and wildlife, a new report says. It urges the world to diversify its diet to save plant and animal species alike.
  7. Before there was widespread treatment for people with celiac disease, and options for a gluten-free diet were few, the now 90-year-old founder of the Oregon-based business had his eye on the market.
  8. John Awiel Chol Diing and his family fled South Sudan when he was 4. He grew up in camps but always hoped he’d find a way out of the “end zone.“
  9. When he was just 26 years old, Emmet Jopling Bondurant II argued and won a foundational voting rights case in the Supreme Court. This week, he returns to take on partisan redistricting.
  10. Also in this week’s roundup: the White House outlined its proposals on the Higher Education Act, and only 7 black students were admitted into one of New York’s most selective high schools.