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1. MISSING PLANE

The wait is over: It’s been a couple of months, but the families of passengers lost on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 got there wish today. The airline released communications databetween satellites and the missing Boeing 777 with 239 people on board. They hope the information will help them pinpoint the whereabouts MH 370, although the airline and other experts have already crunched the numbers.

2. CALIFORNIA KILLING SPREE

Family tragedies: The University of California, Santa Barbara mourns the deaths of six of its students today. All of them were killed in a shooting a stabbing rampage by Elliot Rodger, who also died.

3. CIA OFFICIAL OUTED

Oops: It was an accident, but still it wasn’t good. The White House accidentally revealed the name of the CIA’s top spy in Afghanistan to some 6,000 journalists. The person was included on a list of people attending a military briefing for President Barack Obama during his surprise visit to Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. Privately, administration officials are alarmed, but have declined to comment publicly.

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source: CNN.com

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