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Afternoon Lede Check – 7.21.14

Rebels to turn over black boxes; remains released. Johns Hopkins settles country’s largest case of sexual misconduct by a physician. Metrobus driver slashed in face on bus.

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

The Washington Post: Rebels to turn over black boxes; remains released

USA TodayBlack boxes, bodies on the move as MH17 probe moves forward

POLITICO: Obama on crash: ‘What exactly are they trying to hide?’

The HillPerry orders troops to border

Roll CallHill Dads: House Paternity Leave Varies Widely

Daily Caller: Does Not Compute – Now IRS Reports EVEN MORE Computer Crashes, Doesn’t Know If Emails Still Exist

The Washington TimesRon Paul: U.S. partly to blame for Malaysia Airlines disaster

National JournalThe Rehabilitation of Martha Coakley

Washington ExaminerObama: Putin must compel separatists to cooperate with crash investigation

Huffington Post Politics: GOP: IT’S ALL O’S FAULT

WTOP: Hospital settles with 8K secretly taped

ABC 7: Johns Hopkins settles country’s largest case of sexual misconduct by a physician

NBC 4: Metrobus Driver Slashed in Face on Bus

CBS 9: Prince George’s Co. OKs MGM casino at National Harbor

Fox 5: DC man officially exonerated in 1982 murder

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