It's a fairly grim set of news this time around, alas.
In the same week we've had Easter, Passover and Earth Day, and at the same time, it's impossible not address the tragic events in Sri Lanka at the weekend. Co-ordinated terrorist attacks have left over 300 dead and over 500 injured.
Likewise the murder of Lyra McKee, a journalist in Northern Ireland, has political significance far beyond the tragedy itself. The fact she was a prominent LGBTQ+ rights activist was not directly related to her death, but it is a loss that should be acknowledged.
The Kingdom of Brunei has written to the EU trying to explain/justify their newly implemented laws involving death by stoning for homsoexual acts, amputation and the use of the lash, saying that it probably wouldn't happen every often due to the evidentiary requirements. It went down about as well as you might have expected it to.
POTUS 45 has been invited for a State Visit to the UK on June 3, which would involve attending D-Day commemoration ceremonies. I can only imagine how THAT will work out, but let's just say that no one other than Theresa May seems terribly keen and we've seen how well that's played out for her in recent months.
A fuller, but still redacted copy of the Mueller report has been released, and can now be searched for specific text. Happy hunting, though be warned it's a 130Mb PDF which is quite the achievement.
On lighter news...
"Star Trek: Discovery" ended it's second season, with a deal of continuity tie ups (like why certain things are not mentioned in TOS which otherwise might be expected to be), and an exit from the series for Anson Mount's Captain Pike (Who I hope we see more of somehow, because I am seriously LOVING his character).
"The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is back on Netflix with Part 2, and I'm getting to the point where I'm finding Sabrina to be the least interesting character in the series, since quite so many of the problems she faces are of her own creation. That's not to sell the performance of Kiernan Shipka short, it's just that so many other characters are doing much more interesting things.
Maybe a little late to the party, but more details of the Disney streaming service have been announced including several MCU spin-offs;
Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie in a "Winter Soldier and Falcon" series.
Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen in "Vision And Scarlet Witch"
Tom Hiddleston in a "Loki" series.
Also an animated "What if...?" series, which is a bit of a surprise.