A Sri Lankan official accused the National Thowheed Jamaath of being behind a string of Easter bombings at churches and hotels that killed at least 290 people and injured more than 500. Authorities suspected the group had international assistance.
Today’s WorldView
Analysis
Sri Lanka may have endured a ghastly civil war and suicide bombings in the past but nothing of this scale. Analysts were stunned by the apparent level of coordination behind the strikes, which occurred around the same time on both sides of the country.
A reconstruction of the hunt by Robert S. Mueller III’s team shows why it was often a maddeningly difficult task — and why some mysteries were left unanswered.
The proposal would require applicants who get a job offer from the federal government or its contractors to disclose whether they went through a pretrial diversion program that allowed them to avoid prison — a development that blindsided activists on the political left and right.
Volodymyr Zelensky, who plays the country’s president in a television show, has secured an apparent landslide win over incumbent Petro Poroshenko.
A video of the United Constitutional Patriots holding migrants against their will has sparked outrage and rebukes by civil rights groups and New Mexico officials.
For the first time in decades, U.S. politicians and members of the business elite are debating whether American-style capitalism has a future.
The Massachusetts congressman joins a crowded field that already includes three other members of the House.
Perspective
Students learned of the school’s ties to slavery after a human thigh bone was unearthed during construction of a residence hall in 2014.
TV Review
It was an episode for everyone to get things in order, to take stock of their lives. What we just saw could very well be the last moments of peace the Seven Kingdoms will experience.
Over more than a decade, the scion of the late Sen. John McCain has slowly but surely established herself as a force in her own right.
Farmers are planting less of the classics such as corn, potatoes, green beans and peas. In their place, new vegetables such as sweet potatoes and leafy greens are defining U.S. farms.
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