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First Watch: Clinton papers to be unsealed today

Ali Watkins,Julie Moos

Ukraine latest: Gunmen seized two airports in Crimea early this morning as Russian president Vladimir Putin pledged aid to the Eastern European nation.

Clinton papers: Thousands of previously-sealed records will be released starting at 1 p.m. today by the Clinton Presidential Library, including confidential advice given to then-First Lady Hillary Clinton.

Supreme video: For the first time, a recording was made public of the Supreme Court in session. An advocacy group posted the video to YouTube in protest over campaign finance laws.

A Jeb by any other name: Find out what your name says about your politics, with a new tool via The Washington Post. There are 1,887 registered voters named Jeb; 56.1% of them are registered Republicans.

33 years later: John Hinckley will now be spending more than half his time in Williamsburg, Virginia with his mother when he's not at a mental hospital since attempting to assassinate Ronald Reagan in 1981 to impress actress Jodie Foster.


By Ali Watkins and Julie Moos
McClatchy Washington Bureau