News Brief (4/15 to 4/21)

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Monday, 4/15

  • The famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris caught on fire.
  • Bill Weld officially announced he is challenging Trump for the GOP nomination in 2020.

Tuesday, 4/16

  • Notre Dame’s golden altar cross was seen glowing as images emerged from inside showing the fire-ravaged cathedral.
  • Razor blades found hidden in a gas pump handle at Michigan station.

Wednesday, 4/17

  • Beyonce’s “Homecoming” documentary was released on Netflix.
  • Almost 20 school districts close in Colorado as FBI searches for teen obsessed with Columbine just shy of the 20-year anniversary.

Thursday, 4/18

  • Disney joined in the effort to help rebuild Notre Dame with a $5 million donation.
  • Sarah Sanders invented a story about FBI agents’ reaction to Comey firing, Mueller report says.

Friday, 4/19

  • Bees living in Notre Dame cathedral roof survived fire.
  • David Turpin and Louise Turpin, couple who held their 13 children captive in “house of horrors”, were sentenced.

Saturday, 4/20

  • Warren urged the House of Rep. to begin impeachment proceedings on heels of Mueller report.
  • New Mexico governor told militia to stop arresting migrants at border.

Sunday, 4/21

  • Easter Sunday was observed.
  • Game of Thrones revealed big battle trailer for season 8, episode 3.
  • F.B.I. arrested the leader of right-wing militia in New Mexico
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