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Afternoon Lede Check, 4.21.14

The Director of National Intelligence James Clapper bars spies from talking to the press; an American wins the Boston Marathon; and Chris Brown’s bodyguard is found guilty of assault.

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

The Washington PostRussia blames Kiev, warns it will intervene

USA TodayDefendant shot during gang trial in Salt Lake City

POLITICOThe Americans are coming

The HillIntel chief bars spies from talking to the press without permission

Roll CallGeorgia Republicans Brawl for Conservative Mantle in Senate Debate

Daily Caller: Calif. tax preparers paid bounty for every Obamacare sign up

The Washington TimesJimmy Carter’s grandson: People have right to sport Confederate battle flag license plate

National JournalThe Supreme Court Is About to Decide the Future of TV

Washington ExaminerShooting reported at federal courthouse in Utah

Huffington Post Politics: PERRY TUSSLE COULD ‘PUT HIM ON LIFE SUPPORT’ FOR 2016

WTOP: Ospreys’ nest destroyed for second time

ABC 7: Chris Brown’s body guard found guilty of assault ahead of singer’s trial

NBC 4: Bodyguard for ChrisBrown Guilty in Assault Case

CBS 9: Police: Suspect shot clerk in head during robbery

Fox 5: American Meb Keflezighi wins Boston Marathon

(Photo credits from left to right: Lauren Schneiderman , AP/Charles Krupa, AP/ NBC 4 Washington)

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