Monday, April 22
- President Trump and his business sue House Oversight and Reform Committee chairman to block subpoena for financial information.
- Myanmar’s highest court rejects appeal to dismiss the case of two Pulitzer Prize-winning Reuters journalists.
Tuesday, April 23
- Professional gambler James Holzhauer wins “Jeopardy!” for the second time, making him only the second person going home with more than $1 million from the show.
- Sri Lanka Easter bombings were found to be carried out by a “radical Islam group,” according to defense minister.
- Federal investigators say that a faulty gas vent was to blame for 2016 Silver Spring apartment explosion that killed seven.
Wednesday, April 24
- Already, 2019 has the highest recorded number of U.S. measles cases since the disease was declared eliminated nationwide.
- The Boy Scouts of America believe more than 7,800 former leaders were involved in sexually abusing children, CNN reports.
Thursday, April 25
- Former Vice President Joe Biden announces his 2020 candidacy for president.
- FBI undergoes search of the home of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh following scandal over children’s book sales.
- PepsiCo sues four farmers for copyright infringement over the potatoes they grow, claiming they are exclusively for Lays chips.
- Delaware girl bitten by “kissing bug.” It is the first report of this bug, which can spread Chagas disease, confirmed in the state.
Friday, April 26
- NRA President Oliver North announces he will not be renominated after a dispute with the CEO.
- Kids2 rocking sleepers recalled after five infant deaths.
- Mall of America boy who was thrown off a third-floor balcony is “alert and conscious,” family says.
- Majority of Americans oppose impeachment, but a majority believe Trump lied to the public, Post-ABC poll finds.