The ToB, presented by Field Notes, is live!

It's the 2023 Tournament of Books, presented by Field Notes! Yay! It’s time to Rooster!

Headlines Edition

Tuesday headlines: Yolk fan.

Sri Lanka holds a national day of mourning as the Easter attacks’ death toll rises to 310.

Meet the five Africans on TIME's annual list of the 100 most influential people globally.

From photographer Marta Moreiras, portraits of Senegalese fathers carrying their babies on their backs.

President Trump sues House Democrats to stop them from subpoenaing his personal and professional financial records over a 10-year period.

Lest we forget: A list of Trump's crimes, collusions, corruptions, and cruelties from 2011 to 2018.

In two years, California has sued the Trump administration nearly as many times as Texas sued the Obama White House in eight.

The Trump Administration may veto a UN resolution on fighting the use of rape as a weapon of war because of language on reproductive health.

Couples, roommates, and friends with differing opinions discuss trying to keep it civil in the Trump era.

The unique, horrifying, inspiring story of an unlikely relationship between a Guantánamo prisoner and his guard.

Read more stories like this in our editors' longreads picks.

From Twitter: America is the wealthiest country in the world. Can we get some dopeass new cities already?

Georgetown students overwhelmingly vote to pay a “reconciliation fee,” to address the university's participation in slavery.

A poem for the week: “A Field of Onions: Brown Study,” by Vanessa Angélica Villarreal.

The dominant type of urban change isn't gentrification—it’s the concentration of poverty in the suburbs.

A good reflection on working in Silicon Valley’s periphery from a woman with “soft” skills who grew up in the Bay.

Black women in the US marry less, and the numbers are even lower for darker skinned black women. Colorism is likely to blame.

A woman says Olive Garden is the perfect restaurant for first dates when you don’t want the date to become something else.

Different countries prefer their egg yolks in different colors. Farmers use a "yolk fan" to measure hue.

A thing we learned today: "Some people’s intestines are 50% longer than others. Those with shorter ones absorb fewer calories."

Common dental procedures are not as safe, effective, or durable as we are meant to believe.

Watch: By his late twenties, Dan Mancina started to consider himself a blind person. That’s when he resumed skateboarding.

A ranking of every single outfit that Harry wears on-screen in When Harry Met Sally.