Monday on the NewsHour, suicide bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday kill at least 290 people. Also, Ukraine elects a political satirist as its next president, Mueller report fallout, 2020 Democrats on impeachment, Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the week in politics, a book about countering extremism, an unusual view of melting Arctic ice and a humble opinion on the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Sri Lanka stunned by ‘unprecedented’ deadly Easter attacks
News Wrap: Nations buying Iranian oil risk U.S. penalties
Could Ukrainian comic’s victory help reset Russia relations?
Why Pelosi is trying to slow Democrats’ impeachment momentum
What 2020 Democrats are saying about impeachment
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the Mueller report’s impact
A former diplomat on countering global terror and extremism
Photography that melts ice — and shifts consciousness
How Notre Dame fire should shape our perspective on crisis
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