The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension will investigate the fatal police shooting of a young Black man Sunday in a Minneapolis suburb. The incident has led to protests with police in riot gear trying to calm down tensions. Brooklyn Center Police say 20-year-old Daunte Wright was pulled over for a traffic violation. Wright's mother, however, claims her son called her as he was being pulled over and was told it was because he had too many air fresheners. Officers say they learned there was an outstanding warrant for Wright and attempted to take him into custody. He tried to re-enter his vehicle and that's when an officer shot him.    Harvey Weinstein is due to appear virtually in a New York courtroom Monday afternoon. His lawyers have demanded a new trial more than a year after he was convicted of rape. And now they'll ask for another delay on his extradition to Los Angeles. That's where he's reportedly been indicted on rape charges. The news is expected to be revealed during the hearing, along with an arrest warrant for the disgraced movie producer.    At least two people are in custody following a gathering near Huntington Beach's famous pier Sunday. The crowd convened ahead of a white supremacy rally scheduled to take place. About 50 counter-protesters came out to demonstrate against the so-called White Lives Matter rally.    A reward is being offered for information on a decades-old theft from the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri. The FBI's Kansas City Field Office says on March 24th, 1978, someone broke into the library and stole three ceremonial swords and two daggers that had been given to President Harry S. Truman by the Saudi Arabian Crown Prince and the Shah of Iran. The FBI is offering a ten-thousand-dollar reward to anyone with information that leads to the recovery of the stolen items.    "Godzilla versus Kong" continues to battle it out at the box office. The new Warner Bros. monster movie is this weekend's champ at North America's theaters -- earning just over 13-million-dollars in the U.S. and Canada. Coming in second is "Nobody" with nearly three-million-bucks followed by the horror film "The Unholy" with almost two-and-a-half-million-dollars.