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Villanova dominates Michigan to win 2nd national title in 3 years:

There was no denying Villanova.

For the second time in three years, the top-seeded Wildcats are national champions in men’s college basketball, knocking off No. 3 Michigan 79-62 in front of 67,831 at the Alamodome in San Antonio. It’s the third title for Villanova in program history, with the other coming in 1985.
Villanova, who was a heavy favorite, won all six of its NCAA tournament games by double digits.

Boy who fell in Los Angeles drainage pipe found alive:

Rescuers in Southern California on Monday morning spotted and extricated a boy who was stuck in a maze of drainage pipes for about 12 hours, authorities said.

Searchers doggedly inspecting a complex drainage system network found Jesse Hernandez, 13, at a Burbank location around dawn.

The boy was given a cell phone to call his family after he was plucked from danger, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.

Chrissy Teigen’s live tweets during ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ were a miracle:

Oh Lord, was there anything better than Chrissy Teigen tweeting during “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert”?

The model/TV personality had good reason to watch as her husband, John Legend, had the starring role in the live NBC musical.
Teigen is known for her often sassy and hilarious tweets and she did not let fans down Sunday night.
Just prior to the show beginning she tweeted, “It’s almost time!!!” with a video showing a “shrine” built to her husband which included a candle with Legend’s picture in place of Jesus, flowers and a sign which read “Good Luck.”

Jesse Jackson: Losing MLK ‘hurts all the time,’ but we fight on:

On April 4, 1968, Jesse Jackson was 26 years old. He was in Memphis, Tennessee, traveling as an aide to Martin Luther King Jr. in an effort to rally support for a sanitation workers’ strike started that February over dangerous working conditions and the deaths of two men who were crushed to death in garbage compactors. Memphis Mayor Henry Loeb had refused to meet with workers or recognize their union. They marched in downtown Memphis wearing and carrying what have become iconic sandwich boards and placards emblazoned with the words, “I Am a Man.”

Flu is still hanging around in some regions, CDC warns:

You may want to take a little extra time washing your hands if you’re visiting relatives this Passover and Easter weekend. Doctors are still seeing a number of patients with flu, but the numbers are declining amid an intense flu season.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed four more flu-associated pediatric deaths in the 12th week of the season, bringing the total to 137 since October. Puerto Rico and 16 states were still seeing widespread flu cases during the week ending March 24, the CDC said Friday in its weekly surveillance report.
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