Settle in with these weekend reads

(CNN)The No. 1 plastic pollutant. Spoiler alert: it may surprise you. What happens when lawyers drink too much. A 'Parent Trap'-worthy mix-up leads to an unbelievable reunion. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed during a busy news week.

An internal memo CNN obtained says that people tasked with keeping Uber safe were overworked and at times emotionally traumatized.
    Three years after being held at gunpoint, the victims still suffer while the man who illegally sold the gun is free.
    Cigarette butts containing plastic filters are the most littered item in the world. Filters are made of cellulose acetate -- a type of plastic that can take up to a decade to decompose.
    The film starts with the 1980s reunion of Robert Shafran, David Kellman and Eddy Galland, who learn they're triplets after a "Parent Trap"-worthy mix-up on a college campus. But the question of why the brothers were separated in the first place is just as astounding as the story of how they met.
    He made his way to the top of "Big Law." Then his drinking almost brought him down.
      Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro secured another six-year term last May in an election that was widely seen as sham. But two weeks after being sworn in, he's facing the biggest challenge to his turbulent political career.