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Notre-Dame Musicians Rejoice That Cathedral’s Organ Was Spared
The building’s three organists feared that the instrument had been lost in the fire that destroyed the roof and spire. They can’t wait to play it again.
By Alex Marshall
Boeing Reports Slide in Earnings and Admits Future Is Hazy
The aviation giant, which is dealing with the fallout from its troubled 737 Max jet, declined to provide its customary full-year sales and profit forecast.
By Tiffany Hsu
Damian Lillard From 37 Feet … and the Blazers Eliminate the Thunder
Lillard and the Trail Blazers waved goodbye to the Thunder.
By Scott Cacciola
When the Old Penn Station Was Demolished, New York Lost Its Faith
Today’s version is humiliating and bewildering.
By Michael Kimmelman
A New Museum Explores 2,000 Years of Jewish Life in Italy
The new Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah in Ferrara explores the long and complex relationship between Christianity and Judaism.
By Harry D. Wall
Texas to Execute White Supremacist for 1998 Dragging Death of James Byrd Jr.
Mr. Byrd, a 49-year-old black man, was dragged behind a truck for miles in an act of unfathomable brutality. John William King is set to be put to death on Wednesday for his role in the killing.
By Campbell Robertson
Easter Sunday Attacks Add a New Dimension to Sri Lanka’s Sectarian Tensions
The deadly attacks on Easter Sunday marked a departure from the country's sectarian tensions, with a radical Islamist group targeting Christian minorities.
By Weiyi Cai, K.K. Rebecca Lai and Anjali Singhvi
Victims of the Sri Lanka Terrorist Attacks
At least 350 lives were halted in the attacks across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. The victims were mothers, doctors, children and newlyweds.
By The New York Times
‘Jeopardy!’ Phenom James Holzhauer Smashes Through $1 Million Mark
Holzhauer, a 34-year-old professional gambler from Las Vegas, is amassing cash at an unprecedented rate and won another $118,816 in his 14th victory on Tuesday.
By Julia Jacobs
Verena Lafferentz, 98, Last of Wagner Grandchildren, Is Dead
Unlike the other grandchildren, she had no musical ambitions. She was rumored to be romantically involved with Hitler and married a high-ranking Nazi.
By Sam Roberts