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  • ISIS in Sri Lanka: The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka, weeks after the caliphate’s last remaining stronghold in Syria collapsed. The claim, if confirmed, suggests that the sophisticated attacks were not homegrown and that ISIS’ ideology remains a global threat even if the group has been defeated territorially. It would also make Sri Lanka among the deadliest ISIS attacks ever outside Syria or Iraq. Guardian.

  • Pharma Arrest: The former CEO of a major pharmaceutical company was arrested on drug trafficking charges, the first time a white-collar executive has been charged in the ongoing opioid crisis. Rochester Drug Cooperative and its former head, Laurence Dowd are accused of distributing highly-addictive opioids to pharmacies knowing they were being sold illicitly. ABC News.

  • Twitter Summit: President Trump met privately with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey at the White House, hours after the president accused the social media company of tampering with his follower count and on the same day Twitter stock shot up 15 percent after beating earnings. In the meeting, Trump reportedly spent a significant portion of time asking whether Twitter was deliberately deleting some of his followers. Dorsey told him that it happens as a result of deleting spam accounts. Wash Post.

  • State Visit: President Trump will make an official state visit to the UK the first week of June, Buckingham Palace said. The president and first lady will be guests of the queen and will also attend a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day. BBC.

  • Chalked Tires: A federal appeals court has ruled that chalking tires to enforce time limits on parking is a violation of the Fourth Amendment. The ruling came after a Michigan woman filed a lawsuit, claiming chalking a private vehicle is trespassing and unconstitutional. A three-judge panel agreed. NPR.

  • Google Drones: A drone company spun off from Google has cleared a major hurdle to deliver packages to homes. The FAA has granted Wing approval to operate as an airline, meaning its drones could begin experimenting in deliveries within months. Wing says it plans to start delivering small consumer items via drone in two rural areas of Virginia. Bloomberg.

  • NBA: Buzzer Beater: It was a win for the ages in Portland. Damian Lillard of the Trailblazers sunk a buzzer-beating three to win the series against the Oklahoma City Thunder. See it.

  • NBA: Playoff Update: Toronto and Philly also won their series to advance to the semifinal round. See standings.

  • NBA: Kings Coach: Luke Walton, the new coach of the Sacramento Kings, has been accused of sexual assault by a former sports reporter. Kelli Tennant is suing Walton, claiming he pinned her on a bed and forcibly kissed her. At the time he was an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors. Walton’s attorney calls the accusations “baseless” and says Tennant is “an opportunist, not a victim.” CBS News.

  • Star Wars Update: Disneyland’s new Star Wars theme-park-within-a-theme-park opens at the end of May, but if you plan on going in the first month, you’ll need a reservation. Details on how to score a (free) reservation to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be announced two hours before registration opens at 1 p.m. ET on May 2. Travel & Leisure.

  • Avengers: Psych!: Avengers: Endgame opens this week, and pre-sales are already smashing box office records. Meanwhile, Mark Ruffalo says he got a fake script for the movie without knowing it. The actor says the film’s directors gave him the script with fake scenes in order to avoid spoilers. Daily Mail.

  • Perfect Score: Seventeen students from a Cincinnati high school received a perfect score on the ACT, with another 23 missing a perfect score by a point. An ACT spokesman reportedly said he’d never heard of so many students at one school earning a perfect score. USA Today.

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