Morning roundup

Top Stories: Crisis In Crimea; Search Continues For Missing Jet

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Tensions Build As Pro-Russian Forces Enter Ukrainian Navy Base

Missing Jet's Mysterious Turn May Have Been Plotted Early In Flight

Reports: Toyota To Pay $1.2B To End Safety-Related Probe

Book News: Notorious TV Pitchman Kevin Trudeau Gets 10 Years In Prison

Other news that's making headlines:

— "Israel Attacks Syrian Military Targets After Golan Bombing." (Time)

— New Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's "Communication Style Will Be Tested" At First News Conference Wednesday. (MarketWatch)

— Winning Tickets For $400 Million Mega Millions Jackpot Sold In Florida And Maryland. (NBC News)

— At Murder Trial Of Oscar Pistorius, Ballistics Expert Testifies About Reeva Steenkamp's "Final, Horrific Moments." (Los Angeles Times)

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