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Afternoon Lede Check, 4.4.14

A new jobs report shows the recovery is on-track; dissent in GOP over Paul Ryan’s budget is quelled, for now; and Jim Moran calls for higher pay for members of Congress.

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

The Washington PostU.S. job numbers signal economic recovery on track

USA TodayNasdaq pounded as jobless rate stays the same

POLITICOCan free college save American cities?

The HillGOP leaders tamp down rebellion against Ryan budget

Roll CallSome House Republicans Press for Vote on Unemployment Extension

Daily Caller: Scarborough goes off on Harry Reid over anti-Koch attacks

The Washington TimesPaging Dr. Carson! GOP makes House call for surgeon to replace Obamacare

National JournalIs Obama a ‘Reverse Reagan’?

Washington City PaperCan Kennedy Street NW Become a Retail Corridor Again?

Washington ExaminerWhite House splits from some Senate Dems on natural gas exports

Huffington Post Politics: NO GIVING UP

WTOP: Moran: $174K a year is not enough

ABC 7: D.C. Police seek to identify man in video related to Relisha Rudd disappearance

NBC 4: Police Seeking Man Who MayHave Information in Rudd Case

CBS 9: AMBER ALERT: Man wanted for questioning in Rudd case

Fox 5: DC Police seeking man who may have information on Relisha Rudd

(Photo credits from left to right: Reuters/Mark Makela, Greg Nash, AP)

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