The DC police department is under full departmental activation through Tuesday following the Supreme Court's decision to strike down Roe v. Wade. The move comes as the department and the District anticipate more protests after the high court's decision last week. Metropolitan Police says it's working in conjunction with Homeland Security and Emergency Management to monitor the situation.        At least three people are dead and multiple injured after an Amtrak train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago derailed in Missouri. The train derailed after it hit a dump truck at a public crossing in the city of Mendon, about 100 miles northeast of Kansas City. There were approximately 243 passengers onboard.        A Russian oligarch's superyacht that was seized by U.S. authorities is now in San Diego Bay. The yacht known as the 'Amadea' [[ ah-muh-day-uh ]] pulled into the San Diego Bay Monday after it was seized by federal authorities near Fiji earlier this month. That was a part of a DOJ campaign called KleptoCapture, aimed at tracking down Russian oligarch vessels since the start of the invasion of Ukraine.        The White House drug czar says the long-running overdose crisis has overwhelmed too many American families. Dr. Rahul Gupta [[ rah-OOL GOOP-tah ]] testified in a virtual House hearing and insisted the Biden administration is working hard to curb the national opioid epidemic. He added, "American lives depend on it."        There's tropical trouble brewing in the Atlantic, with one of three concerns likely to become a tropical depression this week. National Hurricane Center forecasters in Miami are giving that one a 70 percent chance of developing in the next five days and a 90 percent chance in the next two days. The system expected to become a depression is forecast to move through the Atlantic then across the southeastern Caribbean Wednesday through Friday.       The King of Rock and Roll and "Top Gun -- Maverick" are tied for first place in the box office race. Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" and "Maverick" both earned 30-and-a-half-million-dollars at North America's theaters. It was the debut weekend for the biopic [[ BY-oh-pick ]] starring Austin Butler as Elvis Presley and Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker.