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People embrace on the upper floor of an apartment building located a few blocks from the coast where they gathered to avoid a possible tsunami after an earthquake in Iquique, Chile, Tuesday, April 1, 2014. A powerful magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off Chile's northern coast Tuesday night. There were no immediate reports of injuries or major damage, but buildings shook in nearby Peru and in Bolivia's high altitude capital of La Paz. (AP Photo/Cristian Viveros)

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An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) sits on the wharf at naval base HMAS Stirling in Perth, Australia, ready to be fitted to the Australian warship Ocean Shield to aid in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Sunday, March 30, 2014. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority, which oversees the search, said the ship will be equipped with a black box detector — the U.S. Navy's Towed Pinger Locator — and the AUV, as well as other acoustic detection equipment. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during a media conference after a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. NATO foreign ministers begin a two-day meeting on Tuesday in which they will discuss, among other issues, the situation in Ukraine. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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D.C. Mayoral candidate, and Council Member Muriel Bowser gestures while speaking at her election night watch party to await the Democrate Primary results in Washington, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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General Motors CEO Mary Barra listens as she testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 1, 2014, before the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation. The committee is looking for answers from Barra about safety defects and mishandled recall of 2.6 million small cars with a faulty ignition switch that's been linked to 13 deaths and dozen of crashes. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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In this Thursday, March 27, 2014 photo, Reem Diab, 34, who lost her leg on Oct. 25, 2012 when a shell slammed into her house in the town of Khan Sheikoun in central Syria, takes off her artificial leg with the help of her relative, right, in Chtaoura, in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon. The shelling killed her husband, Mustafa, and her 15-year-old daughter, Batoul. Syria’s civil war, which entered its fourth year last month, has killed more than 150,000 people. An often overlooked figure is the number of wounded more than 500,000, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. An untold number of those, there’s no reliable estimate even, have suffered traumatic injuries that have left them physically handicapped. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
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FILE - This May 15, 1998 file photo shows Jonathan Pollard speaking during an interview in a conference room at the Federal Correction Institution in Butner, N.C. An AP source says: the US is talking with Israel about early release of Pollard for concessions. (AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker, File)
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Workers dig at a much drier mudslide site on the west side at the west site of the mudslide on Highway 530 near mile marker 37, near Oso, Wash., on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The death toll from the March 22 mudslide has increased to 28. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Lindsey Wasson)
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FILE - In this March 18, 2014, photo, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks at the Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators’ state Capitol day event in Des Moines, Iowa. Cruz is making a pilgrimage to one of the largest weekly meetings of young evangelicals in the country. The Texas Republican scheduled a Wednesday, April 2, 2014, appearance before the student body of Liberty University, the Virginia school founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
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FILE - In this April 14, 2013 file photo, runners compete at the start of the 26th Mangyongdae Prize Marathon at Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Stadium as North Korea hosts the sports event to mark the birthday of the late leader Kim Il Sung on April 15. For the first time ever, North Korea is opening up the streets of its capital to runner-tourists for the annual Pyongyang marathon, undoubtedly one of the most exotic feathers in any runner’s cap. Tourism companies say they have been inundated by requests to sign up for the April 13, 2014 event, which this year will include amateur runners from around the world. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin, File)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. WHY MANY CHILEANS DIDN'T SLEEP LAST NIGHT

Authorities keep hundreds of thousands of people out of their beds after a magnitude-8.2 earthquake triggered tsunami warnings.

2. WHAT MAY HELP IN SEARCH FOR PLANE

If the wreckage of the missing Malaysian airliner rests somewhere in the Indian Ocean's depths, investigators will likely need to use robot submarines to find it.

3. CONGRESS OKs $1B FOR UKRAINE

The loan guarantees are part of a bill giving lawmakers a way to denounce Russia for its military incursion and express support for Kiev.

4. WHO'S ON DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR DC MAYOR

Muriel Bowser wins District of Columbia's Democratic mayoral primary, defeating scandal-plagued incumbent Vincent Gray.

5. GM BOSS FACES TOUGH CHALLENGE IN CHANGING COMPANY'S CULTURE

New CEO Mary Barra tries to distance the automaker from its "cost culture" past as she appears before Congress, amid a massive recall caused by a 57-cent part. G

6. PROSTHETICS, COUNSELING AID SOME AMPUTEES IN SYRIA

International organizations are providing some of those who have lost a limb with artificial ones.

7. US WEIGHS RISK OF FREEING JONATHAN POLLARD

Releasing the convicted spy could spur talks between Israel and the Palestinians – or prove a costly embarrassment to the White House.

8. SUNSHINE REVEALS SORROWS IN WASHINGTON MUDSLIDE

Floodwaters at the site are receding, allowing crews to expand their search–and find more human remains.

9. POSSIBLE PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL TED CRUZ TO ADDRESS YOUNG EVANGELICALS

The Texas senator and tea party favorite is to speak before the student body of Liberty University, founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell.

10. NOWHERE TO RUN? TRY NORTH KOREA

Tourism companies say they are being inundated with requests to sign up for the April 13 Pyongyang marathon.

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