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  1. Moments before police fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop Sunday in a Minneapolis suburb, he called his mother and told her he'd been pulled over for hanging air fresheners from his rearview mirror.
  2. On the surface, the mix-up seems unfathomable: An officer intends to deploy a Taser but instead fires a handgun and kills someone.
  3. Brooklyn Center Police have released bodycam footage showing the moment Daunte Wright was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Police chief Tim Gannon said he believes the officer accidently drew her handgun instead of a taser in the encounter with Wright. A warning, this video is very graphic, and you may find it disturbing.
  4. A young mayor has worked to unite ethnic groups in a Minneapolis suburb for years. The killing of a Black man is now bringing outrage to his city.
  5. Reporters press Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, officials over the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright who was fatally killed by a female police officer during a traffic stop.
  6. Pausing every so often to wipe away tears, Philonise Floyd testified Monday at Derek Chauvin's trial that his elder brother George Floyd was a mama's boy and a loving person when they were growing up in Houston.
  7. • Analysis: China has built the world's largest navy. Now what's Beijing going to do with it?
  8. • Biden keeping Trump's pick for Moscow ambassador in place • The bitter battle over Russia's lake that holds 23% of the world's freshwater
  9. Knoxville Police Department (KPD) in Tennessee said that multiple agencies are at the scene of a shooting Austin-East Magnet High School.
  10. A standoff has emerged between the White House and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as federal health officials have rejected the governor's repeated requests for additional vaccine doses as her state experiences a surge in cases driven by the B.1.1.7 variant of Covid-19.
  11. CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci about what activities he thinks are safe for Americans who are fully vaccinated, and what he personally feels comfortable doing now the he is fully vaccinated.
  12. One of the police officers accused of using excessive force in a Virginia traffic stop has been fired following an investigation, the town manager said late Sunday.
  13. Even though President Joe Biden has moved to reverse many of his predecessor's anti-immigration policies, the consequences of those restrictive measures linger and have contributed to a massive backlog of nearly 2.6 million visa applications.
  14. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on the "Save America Summit" held by Women for America First at Trump National Doral outside Miami where Trump supporters are echoing his claims that he didn't lose the 2020 presidential election.
  15. Tracy thought she'd built her forever home. She and her 5-year-old granddaughter live in an energy-efficient house in Northern California that Tracy designed — by a pond that's frequented by otters, ducks and herons (oh my!).
  16. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), who's facing a federal investigation into sex trafficking allegations, was recently denied a meeting with Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago estate, sources tell CNN.
  17. A Trump State Department official who was charged in the Capitol insurrection will be released from jail, a federal judge said Monday, overturning a previous ruling that the man was too dangerous to release.
  18. The climate crisis is raising a question for millions of Americans: Is anywhere safe from the climate crisis? Some say this city is the new "climate refuge."
  19. Brick walls, pottery, jewelry, and even a bakery. The ancient Egyptian city "Rise of Aten" dates back more than 3,000 years, but archaeologists say it looks like it was left "as if it were yesterday."
  20. There's a new member in the pantheon of the worst-named companies in history. Introducing "Kyndryl."
  21. The United States is putting on a full-court press to deepen ties with India. President Joe Biden included India in the first-ever heads of state meeting of "The Quad," an exclusive group that also includes Japan and Australia, and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin visited Delhi as part of his first trip abroad. All in an effort to find friends in Asia to counter expansionist China.
  22. Fox Corporation chief executive Lachlan Murdoch dismissed the Anti-Defamation League's demand that the company fire host Tucker Carlson, telling the organization in a letter that his company saw no problem with comments Carlson made about the racist "great replacement" theory.
  23. Actor Sacha Baron Cohen tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour about the dangers of making a Borat film today.
  24. The Atlanta Braves' first baseman Freddie Freeman rewarded a young Phillies fan for his act of generosity toward an Atlanta fan.
  25. The massive tornado funnel cloud was spotted tumbling over the Gulf of Mexico.
  26. Foreign spying and interference in Canada last year hit levels not seen since the Cold War, in part because of vulnerabilities caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the main Canadian spy agency said on Monday,
  27. As the US races to vaccinate more Americans, Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising, predominantly among younger people who haven't yet gotten a shot.
  28. Two new studies suggest that the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant, which was first identified in the United Kingdom, is more transmissible, but the variant does not appear to impact disease severity.
  29. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has been touted as a hero of the Trump conservative movement for his decision, contra science, to end the mask mandate in his state last month and open all businesses at 100% capacity.
  30. No spoilers here, but people were sad about Sunday's "Shameless" series finale.
  31. Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song have welcomed a new baby, a rep for Culkin confirmed to CNN.
  32. Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness are celebrating 25 years of marriage.
  33. Canadian musician Grimes has unveiled the "beautiful alien scars" she's had tattooed across her entire back.
  34. Britain's Prince Harry has paid tribute to his grandfather Prince Philip, describing him as "a man of service, honour and great humour," after flying back to the United Kingdom ahead of the funeral on Saturday.
  35. A century ago, a Black couple owned a beach resort in Manhattan Beach -- a Southern California town known for its scenic expanse. An inviting soulful energy and the songs of Black entertainers radiated throughout the corridors of the dance hall and lodge.
  36. Anderson Cooper takes a question about how he overcame shyness, and he explains what is currently on his binge watch list. Watch "Full Circle" Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
  37. This week, Muslims across the United States will begin observing another pandemic Ramadan.

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