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Afternoon Lede Check, 4.28.14

The Obama Administration imposes new sanctions on Putin cronies; Michael Grimm is defiant after being charged by the FBI for campaign impropriety; and ‘Kissing Congressman’ Vance McAllister will not run for reelection.


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

The Washington PostU.S. imposes new sanctions on Russian officials

USA TodayTwisters kill at least 16, including 14 in Arkansas

POLITICOGrimm indicted on 20 counts

The HillObama fails to reach trade deal

Roll Call‘Kissing’ Congressman Vance McAllister Will Not Seek Re-Election

Daily Caller: Donald Sterling And Cliven Bundy Are Both Old Guys

The Washington TimesWhite House sets new round of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine involvement

National JournalCliven Bundy Boxes GOP Into a Corner

Washington ExaminerFaster nuclear, coal power plant retirements would affect emissions


WTOP: All eyes on NBA, after Sterling comments

ABC 7: Two Md. women accused of kidnapping, robbing elderly man and teenage boy

NBC 4: Rainy Week Ahead;Flooding Possible in Some Areas

CBS 9: Showers for the Ride Home, Cool & damp Tue, Stormy Wed

Fox 5: Thieves steal ATM from gas station

(Photo credits from left to right: The Washington Times, Politico, Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

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