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A person connected to the deadly mass shooting in the Netherlands is under arrest. Heavily armed police in Utrecht arrested a 40-year-old man they say was connected to yesterday's shooting. The primary suspect has been identified as Gokmen [[ gawk-men ]] Tanis, a native of Turkey. Three people died in the shooting on a tram.        The FAA's approval of the Boeing 737 MAX is under the microscope after a pair of deadly crashes. The plane is currently grounded across the globe following the most recent crash in Ethiopia earlier this month. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao [[ chow ]] has ordered the department's inspector general to examine the plane's approval process.        Prosecutors in Florida are offering to drop the prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft under some unusual conditions. The Wall Street Journal says prosecutors in Jupiter will dismiss the solicitation charges against Kraft and the other men charged if they admit they would have been proven guilty at trial. In addition, the men would have to take a screening for sexually transmitted diseases, complete an educational course on prostitution and perform community service.       A California jury says the popular weedkiller Roundup caused a man's cancer. Next, the jury will decide if Roundup's owner, Bayer AG, is liable for Edwin Harderman's lymphoma. This is only the second lawsuit against Roundup that has gone to trial.        Jay-Z, Halsey, and Robert Plant are some of the acts that have been announced to perform Woodstock 50. The festival will take place in Watkins Glen, New York, to mark the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock festival. Miley Cyrus, Chance the Rapper, The Black Keys, and Janelle Monae are also slated to perform at the three-day festival starting August 16th. Guitarist Carlos Santana, who tore up the stage at the 1969 Woodstock, is expected to return for this year's gig.