Here are the week’s top stories, and a look ahead.
1. A monumental victory for Tiger Woods.
The golfer’s comeback from personal and professional adversity is complete. He captured his fifth Masters title and his 15th major tournament, snapping a championship drought of nearly 11 years.
It was a triumph for the ages.
Have you been keeping up with the headlines? Test your knowledge with our news quiz. And here’s the front page of our Sunday paper, the Sunday Review from Opinion and our crossword puzzles.
2. Space dominated the news this week.
Astronomers captured the first-ever images of a black hole, peering inside one of the deepest, darkest abysses in the cosmos. Here’s how they did it.
Back on Earth, NASA studied the twin astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly while one was on Earth and one was in space. The results show just how much space can change you. But in the year Scott Kelly spent orbiting Earth, he didn’t just gather data for the study: He produced some, well, stellar images.
Separately, Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket in operation, successfully launched into orbit. It represents the latest advancement for SpaceX.
3. A more complete picture of the events leading up to Julian Assange’s arrest is beginning to emerge.
The Ecuadorean Embassy in London protected the WikiLeaks founder from prosecution for years, but its tolerance wore thin. There were disputes over his behavior, his cat and his personal hygiene.
When embarrassing photos of Ecuador’s president were published last month, he blamed WikiLeaks. After his vice president vowed to take action against Mr. Assange, the country made good on its threat on Thursday, when it opened the door to London police officers who carted Mr. Assange away, above. “Saturday Night Live” drew on the arrest for its opening sketch.
The U.S. requested the extradition of Mr. Assange, who is charged with conspiring to hack into a Pentagon computer in 2010. But the extradition process promises to be long, and complicated.
4. President Trump urged an official to close the border. He said his administration was “strongly” considering releasing migrants into mostly Democratic “sanctuary cities.” And now part of Mr. Trump’s immigration strategy has the backing of the courts.
A federal appeals court said on Friday that the Trump administration could temporarily continue to force migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. to wait in Mexico while their cases are decided. The dispute will roll into next week with new arguments scheduled. One new reason for a surge in migration: climate change. Above, the border in El Paso.
In other Washington news, House Democrats may be setting themselves up for a legal fight over Mr. Trump’s tax returns. Here’s what we might learn from the documents.
And Congress has gone on a two-week recess, but that won’t affect the release of the redacted Mueller report, which is expected within days.
5. There are (currently) 18 presidential hopefuls in the Democratic field. Only one can be the nominee. What do the others stand to gain?
A lot, it turns out. There are book deals and TV contracts and maybe even a cabinet position if your side wins. Recent history suggests there is almost no downside to giving it a shot. Above, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey officially kicked off his campaign in Newark on Saturday.
And there’s a new way Democrats will be selecting their nominee: Fewer states will have caucuses in 2020.
Meanwhile, Republicans are poll-testing ways to portray Democrats as too extreme on issues like health care, abortion and the environment. Democrats worry that the messaging is working.
6. From the U.S. election to international elections:
The biggest election in history is underway in India. The country has 900 million voters (over 10 percent of the world’s population) and is committed to polling every one of them, no matter how isolated. Voting began on Thursday and lasts for several weeks. Here’s a short guide. Above, a woman voting in Muzaffarnagar, India.
Separately, Israelis re-elected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a fourth term, cementing a conservative bend toward power. Mr. Netanyahu may benefit from an effort by his right-wing coalition to protect him from prosecution on possible corruption charges.
7. Google tracks millions of phones worldwide, and the police are using its database to find suspects. But the dragnet can also snare the innocent.
The database, called Sensorvault, has a trove of detailed location records involving at least hundreds of millions of devices worldwide, The Times found. Here’s what the database is and how it works. Above, the site of a shooting in a Phoenix suburb where Google location data was used to track down a suspect.
This week, The Times’s Opinion section debuted a new project that explores the boundaries of privacy today. The columnist Farhad Manjoo writes how the latest innovations in tech are elevating questions of privacy into much larger issues.
8. And now for some words fans thought they’d never hear: “Game of Thrones” is back.
After a nearly two-year hiatus, one of the most popular shows in the history of TV returns tonight. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers in this guide to seasons past and predictions moving forward. Our TV critic is hoping for less stabbing and more blabbing this season.
Separately, the Writers Guild of America told its 13,000 movie and TV writers to fire their agents after talks broke down hours before deadline.
9. It’s festival season, but the real action at Coachella this year is happening offstage.
One of the country’s largest music festivals, happening this weekend and next in Indio, Calif., Coachella has morphed from an arbiter of status to launching pad for globally minded stars.
With new films by Childish Gambino, above, and Beyoncé, and an Easter Sunday service from Kanye West, this year’s Coachella will be different. We explored why.
10. Finally, it’s time to settle in to one of our Best Weekend Reads.
We have articles about a new train in the Horn of Africa, the promise of success at a public school, above, backed by the N.B.A. star LeBron James, and everything you wanted to know (and maybe didn’t) about a royal baby on the way.
For more suggestions on what to read, watch and listen to, check out these eight new books our editors liked, the latest small-screen recommendations from Watching, and our music critics’ latest playlist.
Have a thrilling week.
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