The origins of April Fools' Day, a holiday celebrated by playing tricks on people and spreading hoaxes, are shrouded in mystery and lost to history. But there are a few good theories of how and why the first of April became a day of impish delight.
Call it fake news, or maybe just wishful thinking.
The president is expected to fly from Ohio, where he'll be making remarks on his infrastructure plan, to Florida early Thursday evening and will arrive back to the White House on Sunday in time for Monday's traditional Easter egg roll on the South Lawn.
A post written by "The Easter Bunny" the day after the alleged incident did not hint at anything amiss.
Frances and Derek Baars did not want to teach their children about the Easter Bunny and Santa.
Stories say the people of Easter Island's destroyed the landscape before turning to cannibalism. The truth is far more sinister.
Oh, what White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer would do to go back to the simpler days.
The holiday's connection to Passover, the origin of the Easter bunny myth and more facts about the Christian holiday.
Twin suicide bombings at Egyptian churches were only the latest tragedies for a community that has long been made scapegoats in a battle between the government and Islamist groups.
The Caspian country ranked behind Russia and Turkey in the Rainbow Index.
The brutal game of Lelo sees a whole village brawl for a consecrated ball.
The jihadist group's activities have fuelled a decline in Iraq's Christian population.
In Easter message, pontiff mentions recent attacks in Brussels, Turkey, Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Iraq.
In some parts of the globe, chocolate eggs just don't cut it.
Kenyan churches hire armed guards to protect their Easter congregations.
Jesus's death on the cross, though a singular event for Christians, was just one example of the Roman Empire's many gruesome, grisly and public tools of torture.
Two teachers were admitted to hospital, where doctors found they had ingested a huge quantity of marijuana.