Also: Vice President Biden brings financial aid to Ukraine; Everest Sherpas consider a work stoppage; and Manchester United fires its manager after one of its worst ever seasons.
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Also: Russia says Ukraine is violating terms of the new accord to lower tension; Sherpa guides could strike on Mt. Everest; and a teen stows away in a plane's wheelwell and arrives safely in Hawaii.
Also: Despite an international agreement in Geneva, Ukrainian separatists won't give up; an arrest in the Missouri freeway shootings; and Nik Wallenda aims to walk between Chicago skyscrapers.
Also: Oklahoma's same sex marriage ban is back in court; a Canadian teen is arrested for theft and exploiting the Heartbleed computer flaw; and a New Jersey dog receives a jury summons.
Also: Attorney General Eric Holder will attend a tribute to the victims killed at Kansas Jewish centers; Detroit reaches agreement with its pension funds; and an ancient canoe is found in Minnesota.
Also: It's the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings; the robot looking for the missing Malaysian jet couldn't reach the Indian Ocean floor; and India recognizes a third gender.
Also: Nigerian bombs kill scores of commuters; searchers deploy an unmanned sub to hunt for the missing Malaysian jet; and a federal judge is expected to overturn an Ohio ban on gay marriage.
Also: Hillary Clinton ducks a thrown shoe; new signals are not thought to be from the missing Malaysian Airlines jet; and several chimpanzees escape the Kansas City Zoo.
Also: New sounds heard in ocean search for missing jet; child killed when car crashes into Florida daycare; and the last Corvette is pulled from a sinkhole in the Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
Also: Google Street View explores Cambodia's ancient temples; protesters in eastern Ukraine demand to secede; and Toyota recalls more than six million vehicles.