These are the headlines you Need 2 Know.

  • Sri Lanka Attacks: The Latest: A coordinated series of bombings killed at least 290 people in Sri Lanka at the height of Easter services. The attacks hit three Roman Catholic churches packed with worshippers as well as three luxury hotels popular with tourists. At least 24 suspects are being held in connection with the attacks, which the government believes was the work of a little-known Islamic terror group called the National Thowheeth Jama’ath. CNN.

  • Sri Lanka Attacks: Warning: Authorities were warned two weeks ago that the group was planning an attack on churches in the country, but the information never made it to the prime minister. Guardian.

  • Sri Lanka Attacks: Social Media Blackout: Officials moved quickly to block several popular social networks throughout the country, including Facebook and WhatsApp, saying they made the “unilateral decision” in order to stop misinformation and hate speech from sparking further violence. NY Times.

  • France Protests: The brief period of national unity after the Notre Dame fire seemed to collapse over the weekend, as the Yellow Vest protesters once again took to the streets in Paris -- this time to criticize the huge donations given to the cathedral by French billionaires. Al Jazeera.

  • Boeing Woes: Concerns are being raised about a second Boeing jet. A New York Times investigation found that workers at a Boeing plant in South Carolina had complained about safety issues and shoddy work on the 787 Dreamliner plane and were repeatedly ignored by the company. The report “reveals a culture that often valued production speed over quality” and comes as Boeing is at the center of multiple investigations over another aircraft, the 737 Max. NY Times.

  • Ukraine Election: A comedian is the new president of Ukraine. Volodymyr Zelensky won Sunday’s run-off in a landslide against incumbent Petro Poroshenko. Zelensky most recently starred in a hit show in which he played a teacher who was elected president after his rants about government corruption went viral. BBC.

  • Border Militia: Federal agents arrested the leader of a far-right militia that has been detaining migrants who illegally crossed over the U.S. border in New Mexico. Larry Hopkins is the head of the United Constitutional Patriots, which bills itself as a “patriot group” assisting border agents. Opponents like the ACLU call it a “fascist militia” who are imitating law enforcement. Reuters.

  • Most Common Password: Millions of people are using “123456” as a password, according to a new study out of the UK. The study found that 123456 is used in more than 23 million passwords; the second most popular password is 123456789, and the most common name to be used in passwords is Ashley. BBC.

  • Spotted: The cast of Saved By The Bell reunited at a restaurant in Sherman Oaks, California. See pic.

  • Singleton Stroke: Oscar-nominated filmmaker John Singleton suffered a stroke and has been in the hospital since last week, his family confirmed over the weekend. The Boyz n the Hood director is 51. NBC News.

  • Royal Move?: Buckingham Palace is reportedly working on a plan that would involve Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving to Africa after the birth of their child, due any day. Sunday Times.

  • Adele Splittsville: Adele and her husband Simon Konecki have parted ways. The pair, together more than seven years, share son Angelo. AP.

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