Top Stories: Austin Bombing Suspect Dead; New Fed Chairman

March 21, 2018

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Austin Bombing Suspect Kills Himself In Explosion As Police Move In For Arrest.

— In Hidden-Camera Exposé, Cambridge Analytica Executives Boast Of Role In Trump Win.

— Fed’s New Chairman Steps Into Spotlight Amid An Expected Rate Increase.

— Illinois Primary: Democratic Congressman Wins Tight Race, GOP Governor Survives.

— Section 230: A Key Legal Shield For Facebook, Google Is About To Change.

And here are more early headlines:

Government Shutdown Looms As Congress Negotiates Spending Bill. (Reuters)

Report: FEMA Didn’t Answer When Puerto Rico Asked For Fuel. (AP)

Fourth Nor’Easter Strikes Northeast U.S. This Month. (

Evacuations Ordered Again As Storm Aims For Southern Calif. (Los Angeles Times)

Wreckage Of WWII Ship Discovered, Thought To Have Carried 5 Sullivan Brothers. (Des Moines Register)

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