Here are today’s top stories.

Boeing has been here before. What four fatal crashes from the 1960s say about the 737 Max crisis

During a four-month period in late 1965 and early 1966, four new Boeing 727 jets crashed. Boeing obviously survived the crisis from the mid ’60s. So what lessons can it apply to its current situation?

Trump names new FAA boss with Boeing grounding as backdrop

President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated a former Delta Airlines executive to become the new administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration as the country’s airlines continue coping with the grounding of Boeing 737 Max jets.

New Mueller probe revelations explain Trump’s rage

President Donald Trump looks — and is acting — rattled and encircled by the Russia investigation. And a series of fresh disclosures on Tuesday show there is every reason for him to feel threatened by the vast shadow it is casting over his life, business and presidency.

Money, power and data: Inside Trump’s re-election machine

There are no moldy pipes or electrical wires hanging from the ceiling in the new headquarters for President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign.

EU hits Google with third antitrust fine

Europe has slapped Google with another big antitrust fine, the third in a series of billion-dollar penalties the US tech giant has faced for hindering competition.

The remains of a World War II aircraft carrier, unseen for 75 years, have been found

Nearly 14,000 feet below the surface of the South Pacific, a remote-controlled research craft has glimpsed the hull of an aircraft carrier, the USS Wasp, that hadn’t been seen since 1942.

Hong Kong reveals plan to build one of the world’s largest artificial islands

Hong Kong plans to build one of the world’s largest artificial islands, at a cost of around $80 billion.

Cyclone Idai triggers ‘massive disaster’

Cyclone Idai has triggered a “massive disaster” in southern Africa affecting hundreds of thousands if not millions of people, the UN has said. The region has been hit by widespread flooding and devastation affecting Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi called it “a humanitarian disaster of great proportion”.

Africa Live: Kenya police seize ‘$20m of fake cash’ from bank

The coach of a Cameroonian first division football club, who was kidnapped on Tuesday, has been released. A club official confirmed that coach Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso, who was abducted while driving to the Yong Sports Academy in Bamenda to supervise training sessions, is now with his family.

The border that disappears for a day every year – BBC Reel

This binational celebration commemorates when Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa attacked the US in 1916. It starts as a two-week cavalcade in Mexico and riders are allowed into the US for the daily festivities. Video by Angel Estrada

A hidden village carved into a cliff – BBC Reel

For more than 500 years, a remote tribe has lived suspended on a cliff-side in the mountains of Oman. Video by Ibrahim Shehab

Africa Live: Kenya police seize ‘$20m of fake cash’ from bank

The coach of a Cameroonian first division football club, who was kidnapped on Tuesday, has been released. A club official confirmed that coach Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso, who was abducted while driving to the Yong Sports Academy in Bamenda to supervise training sessions, is now with his family.

A journey to the Disappointment Islands

Lord Byron’s grandfather was having a bad day. Scurvy had taken down his crew on the HMS Dolphin, forcing them into their hammocks where they swayed in the sticky heat of the tropics as their ship listed slowly across the Pacific.

The Women Who Accused Trump Of Sexual Misconduct Want Alva Johnson To Be Heard

In a more normal time, if a woman alleged the man who would become the U.S. president kissed her without consent, it might be a major national story meriting weeks of intense news coverage.

Fox News Contributor: America ‘Doesn’t Get Enough Credit’ For Ending Slavery

On Tuesday’s episode of Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” contributor Katie Pavlich argued against Elizabeth Warren’s recent suggestion that the country needs to talk about the injustices of American slavery and the lasting impact it has had on generations of black Americans.

Ryan Reynolds Celebrates Disney’s Fox Takeover With Typical Deadpool Troll

Trust Deadpool to troll his brand new bosses. Actor Ryan Reynolds marked Disney’s $71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox, home to his Marvel anti-hero, in his usual mocking style: Feels like the first day of ‘Pool.

Facebook belatedly makes it harder to run some discriminatory ads

Nothing like finally doing the right thing after being sued and browbeaten into it. Sort of. Scandal-plagued Facebook announced March 19 that it would take steps to address one of its many structural flaws. Namely, the company will no longer allow advertisers to discriminate when it comes to housing, jobs, or credit advertisements that run on the social media platform.

Stadia will make YouTube livestreamers a lot more valuable

On Tuesday, Google unveiled its new video game streaming platform, Google Stadia. The tech behemoth stepping into the fairly new cloud gaming ring is certainly a big deal, but the effects it will have on YouTube’s ecosystem may be just as big. With the Stadia announcement, Google revealed heavy YouTube integrations with the gaming platform.

‘The Simpsons’ and Deadpool celebrate the completion of the Disney-Fox merger

All your Fox are belong to us. At the strike of 12:02 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Disney officially completed its takeover of 21st Century Fox. The mammoth $71 billion acquisition includes Fox’s film and television units, plus its 60 percent stake in streaming giant Hulu, among interests in other businesses.

NASA photos capture immense flooding of a vital U.S. Air Force base

In 1948, Air Force Secretary Stuart Symington stationed the United States’ long-range nuclear bombers at Offutt Air Force Base in eastern Nebraska, a location safe in the middle of the nation and well-insulated from the coast. But 70 years later, the base – now home to the U.S.

Here is the day Google’s Inbox is going to die

Anyone who logged into Google’s Inbox app on Tuesday was greeted by a notification telling them to just download regular Gmail already. It also warned users that Inbox will not be available after April 2. The move was first announced back in September, but Google apparently felt the need to reiterate that Inbox will die soon to anyone still using the app.