In this April 7, 2014 photo provided by the Australian Defense Force, a fast response craft manned by members from the Australian Defense's ship Ocean Shield tows Able Seaman Clearance Diver Michael Arnold as they scan the water for debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the southern Indian Ocean. Up to 14 planes and as many ships were focusing on a single search area covering 29,954 square miles of ocean, 1,400 miles northwest of the Australian west coast city of Perth, Australia. (AP Photo/Australian Defense Force, LSIS Bradley Darvill)
People gathered near of a barricade with razor wires at the regional administration building in Donetsk, Ukraine, Monday, April 7, 2014. Outside the Donetsk building, a barricade of car tires and razor wire was built up to thwart police from retaking it. Interfax cited police in Donetsk as saying one armed group fired into the air and attempted to seize the regional state television broadcaster Monday but retreated after police and guards in the building also fired warning shots into the air. (AP Photo/Andrey Basevych)
Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier (13) passes around Kentucky center Dakari Johnson (44) to center Amida Brimah (35) as guard James Young (1) helps during the first half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball championship game Monday, April 7, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Chris Steppig, pool)
FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 file photo, Soraya Bahgat, founder of the anti-harassment group Tahrir Bodyguard, tries a self-defense move on instructor Ramy Jerair Latchinian, left, at a workshop for women organized by the group in response to a recent spate in sexual violence against female protesters in Cairo, Egypt. Women activists say they won a major step forward with Egypt’s new constitution, which enshrined greater rights for women. But months after its passage, they’re worrying whether those rights will be implemented or will turn out to be merely ink on paper. Men hold an overwhelming lock on decision-making and are doing little to bring equality, activists say, and the increasingly repressive political climate is stifling chances for reforms. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, left, is welcomed by Rear Admiral Guan Youfei, Director of Foreign Affairs Office of the Chinese Defense Ministry and U.S. Ambassador to China, Max Baucus, upon his arrival at Qingdao International Airport in Qingdao, China, Monday, April 7, 2014. Hagel is currently on his fourth trip to Asian nations since taking office. (AP Photo/Alex Wong, Pool)
In this Wednesday, March 26, 2014 photo, Megan Dausch, an instructor at the Helen Keller National Center, demonstrates the use of a Braille reader that helps blind clients access the Internet, in Sands Point, N.Y. The center, based in suburban New York, is leading an effort to distribute $10 million annually in high-technology equipment to assist low-income deaf and blind consumers across the country. (AP Photo/Frank Eltman)
In this April 1, 2014, photo, a book street vendor passes the time on her smart phone as she waits for customers in Havana, Cuba. The administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development on Tuesday begins a series of appearances Tuesday, April 8, 2014, before lawmakers asking questions about his agency’s secret “Cuban Twitter,” a social media network built to stir unrest in the communist island. First up in the questioning of administrator Rajiv Shah is Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., who publicly called the social media program “dumb, dumb, dumb.” (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2006 file photo, the logo for Microsoft Corp.'s Media Center Edition of the Windows XP operating system is displayed on a screen at a CompUSA store in Bellevue, Wash. On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Microsoft will end support for its still popular Windows XP. With an estimated 30 percent of businesses and consumers still using the 12-year-old operating system, the move could put everything from the data of major financial institutions to the identities of everyday people in danger if they don’t find a way to upgrade soon. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
FILE - This Dec. 28, 2010, file photo, shows a Moscow mule, which uses lime and ginger beer to compliment the vodka, in Concord, N.H. Airline passengers might notice something missing these days from their cocktails, Diet Cokes or club sodas: the lime. A recent spike in the price of limes has caused some airlines - for now - to stop offering the fruit in their beverage service. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe, File)
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. SEARCH FOR PLANE HINGES ON HOW IT HIT THE WATER
Possible scenarios depend on angle and speed with which MH 370 could have speared into the sea.
2. UKRAINE NO STRANGER TO BIG POWER POLITICS
Kiev's new government wants to avoid Cold War tactics between the West and Russia by having its say about its own future.
3. NAPIER BRINGS UCONN SECOND NCAA TITLE IN 4 YEARS
The Huskies beat Kentucky's Wildcats 60-54 only one year after being barred from March Madness because of academic problems.
4. WHO'S WAITING FOR THEIR NEW RIGHTS TO KICK IN
In Egypt, women wonder whether greater freedoms enshrined in the new constitution will be implemented–while violence against them rises.
5. U.S. DEFENSE CHIEF, CHINESE COUNTERPART FACE OFF
Chuck Hagel says China doesn't have the right to unilaterally establish an air defense zone over islands controlled by Japan.
6. HOW THE BLIND AND DEAF MAY SEARCH THE WEB
New technology and a federally funded program are helping low-income individuals who can't see and hear access the Internet.
7. USAID CHIEF TO FACE QUESTIONS ON 'CUBAN TWITTER'
Senate lawmakers will question the nation's international-aid agency about a secret, U.S.-backed social media network built to stir unrest in Cuba.
8. MICROSOFT ENDING SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS XP
Mayhem might result. An estimated 30 percent of computers used by businesses and consumers around the world are still running the 12-year-old operating system.
9. WHICH STATE MAY OFFER MEXICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
Proponents say Texas students would get a deeper understanding of their home; critics call it an attempt to inject progressive politics into the classroom.
10. FEWER LIMES ALOFT
A recent shortage and spike in price has caused some airlines – for now – to stop offering the fruit in their beverage service.