Top Stories: Pussy Riot Members Detained; Fallon On 'Tonight' : The Two-Way Also: A published report says the U.S. is trying to swap prisoners with the Taliban for a hostage U.S. Marine; an Oklahoma pharmacy won't make an execution drug for Missouri's use; the arctic ice is less white because of rapid melting; and an asteroid (safely) flies by the Earth.
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Top Stories: Pussy Riot Members Detained; Fallon On 'Tonight'

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Pussy Riot's Nadya And Masha Report Being Detained In Sochi.

— Jimmy Fallon, 'Your Host ... For Now,' Takes Over 'Tonight'.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: U.S. Aims To Swap Taliban Prisoners For Captured U.S. Marine. (Washington Post)

Oklahoma Pharmacy Won't Sell Execution Drug To Missouri. (St. Louis Public Radio)

Thai Panel Charges Prime Minister For Mishandling Rice Program. (Wall Street Journal)

China Dismisses U.N. Criticisms In Harsh North Korea Report. (VOA)

Indian Court Commutes Death Sentences For Gandhi Plotters. (BBC)

Arctic Less White Due To More Melting Sea Ice. (AP)

Asteroid Flies By Earth, A Year After Space Rock Explodes Over Russia. (CNN)