Paris police arrested a woman who staged a mock suicide at Notre Dame Cathedral one day after far-right figure Dominique Venner killed himself in a protest.
An unidentified man shot himself to death in front of the altar of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Tuesday, police said.
UPI Almanac for Friday, May 17, 2013.
Fullback Asaph Schwapp, who played for Notre Dame before a brief NFL career, died at 26 after a diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Dr. Phil McGraw filed a lawsuit in Texas against Gawker Media for copyright infringement pertaining to footage it ran from one of his high-profile interviews.
Quarterback Geno Smith and linebacker Manti Te'o, ignored during the opening day of the NFL Draft, both became second-round selections Friday.
University of Louisville basketball Coach Rick Pitino made good on a promise to his players by getting a tattoo when they won the national title.
ESPN announced former Notre Dame basketball coach Digger Phelps, who has been working as an analyst for the network, has been diagnosed with bladder cancer.
Offensive tackle Eric Fisher was the No. 1 player chosen Thursday in the NFL Draft, heading a group of linemen who dominated the early selections.
Notre Dame and the Atlantic Coast Conference announced league football opponents for the Fighting Irish, who will join the ACC for all sports except football.