A policeman keeps watch in Colombo, Sri Lanka, near the site of one of the Easter bombings. (Nicky Woo for The Post)
A priest conducts a mass burial near St Sebastian Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka. (Getty Images)
A man cries during a mass funeral in Negombo, Sri Lanka. (Getty Images)
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings that killed at least 321 people. Earlier, Sri Lanka's defense minister said initial investigations show the attacks were in response to the Christchurch mosque shootings that left 50 people dead last month.
The aftermath of the special counsel’s report, as well as Congress’s inability to help serve as a check on President Trump, could create a precedent in which it remains unclear where to draw lines on presidential behavior.
The new head of the agency that regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac confirmed he is reviewing issues surrounding executive pay at the housing giants. Nine executives at Fannie and Freddie are paid $2 million or more.