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Afternoon Lede Check, 3.18.14

A man was shot and killed when he fires on officers; the U.S. suspends consular relations with Syria; and a Navy Yard review suggests DOD handed out too many security clearances.

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

The Washington PostNSA recorded ‘every single’ call in one country

USA TodayThe lead theories behind mystery of Flight 370

POLITICOThe rich strike back

The HillPriebus predicts ‘tsunami’ election

Roll CallNavy Yard Review Suggests DOD Handed Out Too Many Security Clearances

Daily Caller: How To Beat An Incumbent

The Washington TimesFeds raid Calif. gun parts store after owner refuses to ID customers

National JournalMeet the Bitcoin Mommy Bloggers

Washington City PaperAn Important Question About the New Ex Hex Video

Washington ExaminerU.S. suspends consular relations with Syria; orders all non-U.S. personnel out

WTOP: Body found in Hagerstown median

ABC 7: Seattle news helicopter crashes near Space Needle

NBC 4: Homicide Suspect Killed in Police-Involved Shooting in NW

CBS 9: Light freezing rain possible west of DC Wednesday AM

Fox 5: Police: Man shot, killed when he fires on officers

Photo credits: MyFoxDC, AP, Douglas Graham/CQ Roll Call File Photo.

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