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Wednesday morning news: April 24, 2019

Death toll rises from Sri Lanka attacks as ISIS claims responsibility » The sound of mourners filled St. Sebastian’s Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka Tuesday as they prepared for a mass burial of victims from Sunday’s terror attack. The death toll now stands at 321, including 45 children.  

Tuesday morning news: April 23, 2019

Death toll rises from Sri Lanka church attacks » The death toll from coordinated Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka has now risen to at least 290, including at least four Americans. About 500 others were wounded in the attack on two Catholic churches and one evangelical church.

Monday morning news: April 22, 2019

Hundreds dead in Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka » More than 200 people were killed and hundreds more wounded in eight bomb blasts on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka.

Friday morning news: April 19, 2019

Reaction to Mueller report mixed in Washington » Washington is still buzzing over Thursday’s release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report with reaction predictably split.

Thursday morning news: April 18, 2019

Justice Dept. expected to release Mueller report today » The Justice Department is expected to publish special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report today.

Wednesday morning news: April 17, 2019

French president wants cathedral rebuilt within 5 years » AUDIO: [Sound of Notre Dame concert] Hundreds of people gathered once again in the streets of Paris on Tuesday, praying and singing in the shadow of the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral.

Tuesday morning news: April 16, 2019

Fire engulfs Notre Dame cathedral » A catastrophic fire engulfed the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on Monday.

Monday morning news: April 15, 2019

Deadly storms, tornadoes rip through south » Powerful storms swept across the South over the weekend spawning tornadoes and flooding that killed at least eight people.

Friday morning news: April 12, 2019

Julian Assange arrested in London, U.S. seeks extradition » British police have arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Officers escorted him out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in handcuffs Thursday.

Thursday morning news: April 11, 2019

E.U. grants British prime ministers request for Brexit delay » The UK is staying in the European Union at least a little while longer.