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Afternoon Lede Check, 3.14.14

Talks between John Kerry and Sergey Lavrov over Ukraine go nowhere; another new theory about MH370; plus a possible break in the Alexandria serial killer case.

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostRussia says it has no ‘common vision’ with U.S. on resolving Ukraine crisis

USA TodayOfficials look at ‘act of piracy’ in jet’s disappearance

POLITICOJobless deal came down to wire

The HillRyan budget up in the air

Roll CallHispanic Caucus Regroups as Obama Promises Deportation Review

Daily Caller: Obama: ‘Many folks’ will lose their doctors under Obamacare

The Washington TimesEXCLUSIVE: FBI blocked in corruption probe involving Sens. Reid, Lee

National JournalDetroit’s New Mayor Has the Best Job in Politics

Washington City PaperDoes a Ben’s Chili Bowl Half Smoke Taste Good in Rosslyn?

Washington ExaminerKeystone XL pipeline puts low-key Lee Terry in the spotlight

WTOP: Snow could disrupt another commute

ABC 7: Alexandria Murder Probe: Police inquire about man arrested in West Va.

NBC 4: Police Probe If Man Connected to Alexandria Murders

CBS 9: Arrest possibly connected to Alexandria murder cases

Fox 5: Alexandria mayor: Man arrested in WVA is suspect in 3 unsolved murders

Photo credits from left to right: AFP, Seismology and Physics of the Earth’s Interior Lab, ABC 7.
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