The White House announced an expanded travel ban that includes three additional countries—North Korea, Chad, and Venezuela.
- President Trump spent the weekend saying NFL players who kneel during the anthem should be fired, leading players across the league to kneel at this week's games.
- Jared Kushner reportedly used a private e-mail account to conduct some White House business.
- The FBI is launching a civil rights investigation into a church shooting in Tennessee, where one person was killed before the gunman was shot by a congregant.
- Angela Merkel emerged victorious in elections in Germany, although she will have to form a coalition with two other parties, while Alternative for Germany will become the first nationalist party in parliament since the Nazis.
- Nearly 50,000 people in Indonesia have fled their homes over fears of an imminent volcano eruption.
- Spanish authorities are trying to take control of the regional police in Catalonia ahead of an independence referendum they insist is illegal.
- Labor unions in France are blocking fuel depots to protest employment law reforms.
Three more death row inmates have been scheduled to die.
The department will update its training to remind officers that citizens should not be arrested for exercising their First Amendment rights.
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