Morning roundup

Top Stories: Ukraine Rhetoric Heats Up; New Everest Avalanches

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Russia Wants To Start World War III, Ukrainian Leader Charges.

— Fresh Avalanches On Everest Appear To End Climbs In Nepal.

And here are more early headlines:

Officials Investigate South Korean Ferry Cargo In Deadly Accident. (AP)

Investigators To Enlarge Search Area For Malaysian Jet. (BBC)

Tornadoes Possible For Midwest This Weekend. (AccuWeather)

Trafficker Pleads Guilty To Online Drug Sales For Bitcoins. (Chicago Tribune)

Drunken Passenger Fails To Enter Jet Cockpit, Triggers Hijack Alert. (Sydney Morning Herald)

Northwestern Football Players Vote Today On Unionizing. (Businessweek)

Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders File Suit Over Alleged Mistreatment. (ESPN)

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