Easter Sunday Bombs in Sri Lanka Kill Hundreds
Officials reportedly warned about a radical Islamic group called NJT before more than 200 people, including several Americans, were killed in a series of coordinated bomb blasts.
ON THE RUN
Saudi Sisters Escape to Georgia, Plead for Asylum on Twitter
The two Saudi sisters, Maha al-Subaie, 28, and Wafa al-Subaie, 25, took to Twitter as @GeorgiaSisters late Tuesday night to make a plea for their lives.
Feud Could Reportedly Drive Harry And Meghan to Africa
The reported feud between the royal couples could be part of the motivation for the move.
Police: Journalist’s Murder a ‘New Brand of Terrorism’
Police arrested two teenagers in connection with the death of Lyra McKee, a well-respected journalist known for her coverage of the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Give Notre Dame a Modern Roof the Alt-Right Will Hate
Medieval Europe was a crossroads of global influence, not a mythical all-white past. The new Notre Dame should reflect that.
Why Kim Jong Un Hates Pompeo—But Loves Trump
North Korea is blustering that it won't return to talks with Trump if the Secretary of State is at the table. But is it all just a ruse to up the stakes?
PUTIN ALWAYS WINS
Russia’s Mueller Report: If Putin Did It, He Did It for You
Kremlin-controlled hosts say brighter days are coming for everyday Russians, now that President Trump is cleared to give them their spoils of the information war.