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The Trump administration is preparing for the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report in the days ahead. A redacted version is expected to be sent to Congress and made public. Sources tell ABC News that the Justice Department has briefed White House counsel Emmet Flood on a broad summary of what to expect in the report. He's also been briefed on the timing and logistics of the release. The president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani says he expects a big part of the report to be about the president's public and private threats to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Giuliani says they're ready to counter any perception of obstruction of justice by saying that the president ultimately allowed Mueller to finish the report.

President Trump's idea to bus illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities....previously rejected by administration lawyers as probably an idea that's still on the table. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tells ABC's "This Week": "We're looking to see if there are options that make it possible."  She noted the “ideal solution” would be for Congress to work with President Donald Trump to address an influx of migrants at the border. House Homeland Security Committee Bennie Thompson says "This is again his manufactured chaos that he's created over the last two years on the border."

If you haven't filed your tax return... it's time. You have until the end of Monday. President Trump travels to Minnesota, where he's expected to cite tax cuts and his work on trade deals as major pluses for the economy.

Federal court records indicate Boeing is facing an increasing number of lawsuits, after the crashes of two of its 737 Max 8 jets.

A brutal weekend of severe weather in parts of the US leaves at least 8 people dead. The deaths include four in Texas, two in Louisiana, one in Alabama, one in Mississippi. On Saturday two reported tornadoes...about 90 minutes apart... raked through Alto, Texas, flattening neighborhoods. Classes are canceled in some rural East Texas school districts until campus buildings are deemed safe for occupancy.

VOTE 2020
--Two more Democrats kicked off their presidential bids Sunday. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced his run, and Rep. Eric Swalwell held his first official rally in his hometown of Dublin, California.
--Figures the Trump campaign provided to the AP say the President's campaign will report it raised more than $30 million in the first quarter of 2019, more than the combined total so far of Bernie Sanders' 18-million, and Kamala Harris' 12-million.

Can a trademark be rejected because it's too scandalous? That's the question before the Supreme Court Monday. A clothier argues the century old "Scandalous Clause" of the US Patent Office is unconstitutional.

Major comeback for Tiger Woods...who wins his 5th Masters, his first major golf tournament win since the US Open in 2008. After the long drought, personal struggles and spinal surgery, the 43-year-old said "To have the opportunity to come back like this is probably one of the biggest wins I've ever had for sure." Woods first wore the green jacket in 1997, the first person of color to win at Augusta National, and just a few years after the club permitted African Americans to join.

Monday's 123rd Boston Marathon will be the first since the 2013 deadly marathon attack to be run on April 15th.

A 22-year-old Fordham University senior has died after falling from the campus clock tower in the Bronx early Sunday. Police say Sydney Monfries was among a group of students that decided to climb the tower when she fell 30-40 feet. NYPD officers were forced to carry out a high-angle rescue in order to get to Monfries.

Dallas police are investigating a potential hate crime after a transgender woman was beaten into unconsciousness in a broad-daylight attack captured on video. 23-year-old Muhlaysia Booker said she was assaulted by a mob after a minor traffic accident in an apartment complex parking lot.

The Ford Motor Company announcing a new high-performance Mustang...they're calling "America’s most powerful four-cylinder sports car."

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