10 things to know for Wednesday, March 26: More bodies recovered from Washington mudslide
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Rescuers searching for survivors after a massive landslide recover two more bodies for a total of 16 and believe they have located another eight.
A top Malaysian official says a satellite scanning the Indian Ocean for remnants of a missing jetliner found a possible plane debris field containing 122 objects.
AP’s Eileen Sullivan reports that the Senate Intelligence Committee three years ago considered — but rejected — alternate ways for the NSA to collect and store Americans’ phone records.
The Obama administration is granting more time for people to apply if they started the process but were unable to complete it before the March 31 deadline.
The president acknowledges that Russia is unlikely to surrender control of Crimea — while insisting that the international community will never recognize the takeover.
The Secret Service sends three agents home from the Netherlands just before the president’s arrival after one agent was found intoxicated in an Amsterdam hotel.
NASA is taking snow surveys off the ground, saying it can measure snowpack and water content from planes flying over California’s and Colorado’s mountains.
“Social painting” enables people to imbibe and relax while rediscovering their creative side.
A growing number of cities are allowing pets to join families wanting to take refuge in domestic violence shelters.
The Dodgers are ending the Yankees’ 15-year streak as baseball’s biggest spenders with a projected payroll this season of $235 million, an AP study shows.