Putin Asserts Right to Use Force in Ukraine  

NY Times By : Staff Reporting

President Vladimir V. Putin said he hoped invasion of what he called “new Russia” would not be necessary. He also said for the first time that Russian forces had been sent to Crimea. - Full Article


Elizabeth Warren: Scott Brown attacked my dead parents, Bio-Wiki-Video  

Politico By : MJ Lee

Elizabeth Warren was “hurt” and “angry” about attacks on her family and ancestry in the 2012 Senate race, she writes in a new book, defending at length her characterization of her background as rooted in Native American ancestry.

Warren, the first-term Massachusetts Democratic senator, details her campaign to unseat former GOP Sen. Scott Brown in the book “A Fighting Chance." - Full Article

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U.S. Navy ship Bonhomme Richard joined the rescue efforts  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Divers fighting strong currents have searched three compartments of a submerged South Korean ferry, but found no sign of 284 people — most of them high school students — still missing after the vessel sank off South Korea's southern coast Wednesday.

At least four of the 459 people aboard are confirmed dead and 55 are injured. - Full Article


UPDATE: SOUTH KOREA FERRY CAPSIZES  

CNN By : Staff Reporting

Rescue boats and helicopters scrambled Wednesday to find almost 300 passengers, including scores of high school students, missing after a ferry sank off the southwest coast of South Korea.

Of the 459 people on board, 164 have been rescued, the security ministry said. Many jumped from the listing ship to the freezing waters of the Yellow Sea. - Full Article


Man with hoax device frays nerves at Boston Marathon site  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Shortly after ceremonies ended Tuesday to commemorate the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, two backpacks in the area of the Boylston Street finish line raised concerns of police, who evacuated the neighborhood.

The Boston Police Department called in the bomb squad and performed what is known as a "controlled disruption" of the bags, police department spokesman David Estrada said. - Full Article


Oscar Pistorius cross-examination ends  

CNN By : Staff Reporting

After several days of intense grilling, the prosecution ended its cross-examination in Oscar Pistorius' murder trial.

Pistorius cried and his voice trembled during his testimony as prosecutor Gerrie Nel challenged his account of what happened the night he shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

On Tuesday, the prosecutor asked who should be blamed for shooting Steenkamp. - Full Article


Tax filing via snail mail waning  

AJC By : Marcus K. Garner

If you're waiting until the last minute – that would be Midnight on Tuesday - to mail out your federal income tax returns, you're in a shrinking number.

E-filing seems to be the way to go, especially in Georgia. The state is ranked third nationwide for the most electronic tax filers, behind California and Florida, according to the IRS on Monday. - Full Article


Tech Five: Google, Yahoo kick off big earnings week  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Buckle up for the next two weeks. Tech stocks should be pretty active as several key players report quarterly earnings starting Tuesday. Here’s a look at Monday’s Tech Five. Google.

Did the tech titan’s ad business continue to generate momentum during the first quarter? Last quarter, the company reported a 22% surge in ad revenue, helping the company rake in $16.86 billion... - Full Article


Why putting photos on Social Security cards wont save voting rights  

Los Angeles Times By : Michael Hiltzik

A certain William Wachtel, the co-founder of WhyTuesday, an election reform group chaired by former UN Ambassador Andrew Young, wrote me over the weekend to complain that I treated Young harshly by criticizing his proposal to require Social Security to issue photo IDs.

I called it "a terrible idea." - Full Article


Rush-Hour Bomb Kills 71 People at Bus Station in Abuja, Nigeria  

NBC News By : Staff Reporting

A bomb at a crowded bus station on the outskirts of Abuja killed at least 71 people during Monday morning's rush hour, police said.

Body parts and blood were strewn across the station after the first such attack near the Nigerian capital for two years.

"I was waiting to get on a bus when I heard a deafening explosion then saw smoke. People were running around in panic," witness Mimi Daniels said. - Full Article


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