By the U.S. Department of Labor, a significant new rule requiring financial advisers to act in their clients’ best interests.
• By Alaska Airlines, that it will acquire Virgin America, in a deal worth about $4 billion, following a bidding war with JetBlue.
A record-setting fourth consecutive NCAA women’s basketball championship, by the University of Connecticut, in an 82-51 victory over Syracuse.
By the U.S. Supreme Court, a challenge to the one-person, one-vote standard of states’ drawing legislative districts based on total population rather than just eligible voters.
Joseph Medicine Crow, 102, Native American historian, World War II veteran and 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, known as the last living war chief of Montana’s Crow Tribe.
• Ronnie Corbett, 85, comedian and co-star of the British TV show The Two Ronnies.
This appears in the April 18, 2016 issue of TIME.