Rural Catholic Church Defies Sri Lanka Threats, Holds Mass
The checkpoints started just outside of the east Sri Lanka village, the strictest seen in the days after Islamic State-aligned militants launched suicide attacks that killed over 250 people.
Berlusconi Suffers Renal Colic Ahead of EU Election Event
Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is in the hospital suffering from renal colic on the day he planned to present his candidates for European Parliament elections.
Eurozone Economy Picks Up in Q1, Growth Doubles to 0.4%
The slowdown in the eurozone economy appears to have come to an end.
Kansas Sheriff, Undersheriff Shot Separately, Suspect Sought
A Kansas sheriff and undersheriff were shot, one during a traffic stop and one during a shootout at a home.
BP First Quarter Earnings Fall Amid Lower Oil Prices
Energy producer BP says first quarter earnings fell 9% amid lower oil prices.
Zuckerberg to Explain How Facebook Gets ‘Privacy Focused’
CEO Mark Zuckerberg will kick off Facebook’s annual F8 conference Tuesday with what are expected to be more details about his new 'privacy-focused' vision for the social network.
Charity: Iraq Excludes 45,000 Children Born Under IS Rule
An international charity says an estimated 45,000 children in Iraq who were born under the rule of the Islamic State group are being excluded from society because the government denies them documentation and ID papers.
Defense Attorneys Asks for Legal Pause Over Lack of Funding
Attorneys for a man accused of killing his girlfriend, her family and his parents in Louisiana this January have asked for a pause in the prosecution of the case until they can get funding.
The Latest: Bangladesh Investigates IS Claim of Small Blast
The Latest on the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka (all times local):
4 Killed, Several Injured in Bus-Truck Crash in Serbia
Police say at least four people have been killed and several injured in a head-on collision between a bus and a truck in southern Serbia.