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Top Stories: Co-Pilot Likely Crashed Plane; Saudis Attack In Yemen

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Co-Pilot Showed 'Willingness To Destroy Aircraft', Prosecutor Says.

-- Saudis Target Houthi Positions In Yemen.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S., Coalition Start Airstrikes Against ISIS In Tikrit. (Washington Post)

Suspected Tornadoes Crash Through Oklahoma, Killing 1. (NBC)

Obama To Address Proposed Rules For Payday Lenders. (Birmingham News)

Ind. Gov. To Sign Religious Exemption Letting Businesses Refuse Service To Gays. (Indianapolis Star)

Report: Palestinian Militants Committed War Crimes In Gaza Fight. (Amnesty International)

Watchdog Says 5 Syrian Chemical Weapons Facilities To Be Destroyed By June. (AP)

Flooding Washes Over Driest Region Of Chile. (Time)

It's True: Zayn Malik Is Leaving British Boy Band, One Direction. (Variety)

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