- Nakamoto hires lawyer in Newsweek bitcoin fight -
- Scott, Jagger's designer girlfriend, found hanging -
- New uncertainty about missing Malaysian plane -
- 'Today' host Savannah Guthrie married, expecting -
- Buckle up for a wild ride, and fill those brackets -
- Average Sacramento-area gas price closing in on $3.80 a gallon -
- Putin declares Crimea 'sovereign and independent' -
- Libya tanker seized by US Navy SEALs forces -
- Overnight construction work will close Watt off ramp -
- Colts owner Jim Irsay jailed, could face felonies -
- Third recent killing in Sacramento region occurs Sunday night
- 2 killed in seven separate shootings over 48 hours
- Four booked for stabbing death last week in Arden Arcade
- Scott, Jagger's designer girlfriend, found hanging
- Earthquake strongly felt across Los Angeles
- 'Best of best' of Ansel Adams' photos on display
- Gatsby's Diner in Sacramento closes doors
- California has tightest restrictions on law-enforcement records, access advocates say
- Moving on: Downtown Plaza’s small retailers scatter ahead of the wrecking ball
- New uncertainty about missing Malaysian plane
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Muppet Kermit the Frog rings the the New York Stock Exchange opening bell, Monday, March 17, 2014, to promote his new movie "Muppets Most Wanted." Stocks are sharply higher in early trading following news that output at U.S. factories surged last month.
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Snow is plowed behind a jogger running on the Washington Monument grounds in Washington, Monday, March 17, 2014. Snow has been falling in parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast as winter-weary motorists faced another potentially treacherous commute Monday morning, just days before the start of spring.
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A Ukrainian soldier stands atop an armored vehicle at a military camp near the village of Michurino, Ukraine, Monday, March 17, 2014. Addressing lawmakers in Ukraine's parliament on Monday, Olexandr Turchynov, the acting president, described Sunday's Crimean poll as a farce that would "never be recognised by Ukraine and the civilised world". He also signed a decree to mobilise volunteers and reservists.
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Vitali Klitschko, UDAR (Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform) party leader and former heavy weight boxer, looks down as a journalists asks a question during a news conference at a hotel in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, March 17, 2014. Ukraine's Crimean peninsula declared itself independent Monday after its residents voted overwhelmingly to secede and join Russia, while the United States and the European Union slapped sanctions against some of those who promoted the divisive referendum. In Kiev, Ukraine's new government dismissed Russia's proposal Monday as unacceptable, saying it "looks like an ultimatum."
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Carolyn Geis, left, kisses Irish Air Corps Pipe and Drum member Terry Healy on the cheek during Savannah, Ga.'s 190-year-old St. Patricks Day parade, Monday, March 17, 2014. Kissing men in uniform is a tradition during the celebration in Georgia's first city.