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1. Fire ravaged the Cathedral of Notre-Dame.
Thousands of people watched in shock from the banks of the Seine, and many more were riveted to television screens, as flames tore through the beloved medieval landmark’s wooden roof. Its iconic spire collapsed.
Gray smoke filled the Paris sky into the night as firefighters struggled to contain the blaze, which officials said had begun in the attic. Here’s the latest.
No cause was identified as of this writing, nor any injuries. The cathedral had been undergoing extensive renovations, including work on the spire.
We have photos and video of the disaster, and a short history of this scarred jewel of Gothic architecture.
2. In the U.S., President Trump visited Burnsville, Minn., for a round table on the economy and tax reform, above.
That took him near the district represented by one of his new political targets: Ilhan Omar, a Democrat and one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress. He has portrayed her remarks addressing the suspicions directed at American Muslims after Sept. 11 as dismissive of the terrorist attacks.
She has reported a rise in death threats against her.
And we have the back story on a meeting at the White House last month that set off the purge of homeland security officials. The key ingredient: the fury of Stephen Miller, the 33-year-old White House senior adviser, that they had not put into effect the policies he pushed.
3. The Mueller report will be released to Congress and the public on Thursday, the Justice Department said.
Attorney General William Barr will offer the report after lawyers from Justice and the office of the special counsel, Robert Mueller, finish reviewing the voluminous report on the 22-month investigation.
They’re blacking out passages involving secret grand jury testimony, classified information, material related to continuing investigations and other sensitive information.
4. Meanwhile, it’s tax day for most of the U.S. People in Maine and Massachusetts, which celebrate holidays today, have until midnight Wednesday.
We assessed how the Trump administration’s tax cuts appear to be unfolding.
Senator Bernie Sanders, pictured above at a rally in Pittsburgh on Sunday, disclosed 10 years of his tax returns. They show a sharp rise in income following his first presidential bid, when he built up a national following and his books sold widely. That income, more than million, puts him in the top 1 percent of taxpayers.
We’re also watching for campaign finance declarations from all the presidential candidates, including Pete Buttigieg, who joined the field over the weekend. Their deadline is midnight.
5. At least 17 tornadoes ripped through Texas, Mississippi, Alabama and Ohio over the weekend, and powerful storms swept across the South to the Northeast.
Nine people, including three children, were killed — though none, amazingly, in the flattened town of Franklin, Tex., above.
By this morning, most of the severe weather was pushing off the East Coast.
6. A New York miracle:
The three people in the small plane above were spared a probably fatal crash on Sunday night — by getting tangled up in aboveground utility cables.
The plane had run out of fuel above Long Island as it circled for a seventh attempt to land in thick fog. The three aboard, all men from Flushing, were uninjured, except, the police said, for a single sprained finger.
7. One of our most-read articles today is about how some cities are considering using their relative stability in the face of climate change as a demographic lure.
The mayor in Duluth, Minn., has been intrigued by the idea of becoming a climate refuge. “It’s not as cold as you think,” goes one possible slogan. Above, skiers on Lake Superior last month.
Buffalo has floated the idea as well.
Separately, there was sad news for bike-share riders who’ve come to love a power assist. Lyft-owned companies pulled their electric bikes from New York, San Francisco and Washington. Dozens of riders have reported injuries while riding, possibly because the front-wheel braking is too powerful.
8. Triumphs in sport.
In the Boston Marathon, Lawrence Cherono of Kenya, above left, beat Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia to the men’s victory by just a stride, in 2:07:57, while Worknesh Degefa of Ethiopia ran away from the field of women, finishing in 2:23:31.
In the push rim wheelchair competition, Daniel Romanchuk, a 20-year-old American, became the youngest winner, in 1:21:36. Manuela Schar of Switzerland won the women’s event for a second time, at 1:34:19.
And the awe over Tiger Woods’s win at the Masters on Sunday is far from over — he’s joined the ranks of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
9. Pulitzer Prizes:
The Sun Sentinel of South Florida won the prize for public service, the most prestigious of the annual awards for journalism, for its coverage of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Above, the reaction in the newsroom.
The Times celebrated two: one for the investigative team that unmasked the dubious tax schemes President Trump and his siblings used to avoid taxes on hundreds of millions of dollars from their father’s real estate empire; and one for editorial writing, for essays by Brent Staples that helped rewrite the history of race in America.
Here’s the full list of winners.
10. And finally, for your entertainment:
Our television editor himself recapped Episode 1 of the final season of “Game of Thrones.” (Do we need to warn you? Spoilers!)
Or let this thoughtful exploration of the attraction of animal videos give you permission to enjoy a few. Or skip right over to this epic face-off: bird versus cat.
Have a delightful evening.
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“【原】【来】【如】【此】！！” 【霍】【邦】【露】【出】【一】【脸】【恍】【然】【大】【悟】【的】【样】【子】，“【难】【怪】【前】【辈】【要】【出】【手】【帮】【助】【齐】【国】，【在】【下】【会】【如】【实】【将】【事】【实】【上】【报】【给】【仙】【门】【长】【老】，【想】【必】【他】【们】【亦】【不】【会】【为】【难】【前】【辈】。” “【那】【就】【麻】【烦】【使】【者】【了】。” **【顿】【了】【顿】【又】【说】【到】，“【不】【过】【我】【有】【一】【个】【想】【法】，【仙】【门】【虽】【然】【给】【修】【真】【界】【定】【下】【规】【矩】，【但】【执】【行】【力】【似】【乎】【有】【些】【不】【够】【呢】？【说】【到】【底】【还】【是】【因】【为】【仙】【门】【缺】【少】【一】【个】
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