President Donald Trump directed his outrage at Puerto Rico on Monday night, calling the U.S. territory "a mess" and its politicians "incompetent or corrupt," after Senate Democrats clashed with their Republican counterparts over sending more disaster aid money. (ABC)
The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday it expects Boeing to submit the final software fix for the 737 Max jet “over the coming weeks.” The agency and Boeing are under fire following two fatal crashes of its popular 737 Max jets since October. (NBC)
Several people were injured after a stampede started at a vigil honoring Nipsey Hussle on Monday night. Thousands of fans showed up outside the late rapper’s Marathon clothing store to celebrate the musician. It was reported that people heard gunshots and started scrambling for cover. Meanwhile, the rapper's suspected killer, Eric Holder, is wanted for homicide. (TMZ)
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