Morning roundup

Top Stories: Ukrainian Tension; Bitcoin Exchange Is Bankrupt

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Gunmen Take Over Crimean Airports; Ukraine Blames Russia.

— MtGox Files For Bankruptcy, Nearly $500 Million Of Bitcoins Lost.

And here are more early headlines:

Frigid Air Sweeps Into Midwest, Aims For East Coast. (AccuWeather)

Protester Briefly Interrupts Supreme Court Argument. (Washington Post)

China Breaks Up Baby-Trading Rings. (CNN)

Iditarod Sled Dog Race Begins Tomorrow In Alaska. (Alaska Dispatch)

Underground Electrical Fire In Columbus, Ohio Darkens Lights. (Columbus Dispatch)

Ariz. Lawmakers Take Bill Letting Judges Refuse Same-Sex Weddings. (AzCentral)

Suicide Bomber Kills Dozens In Baghdad Neighborhood. (Reuters)

Cuba Cigar Competition Finds Who Holds Longest, Unbroken Ash. (AP)

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