Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. HOW UKRAINE IS RESPONDING TO PRO-RUSSIAN INSURGENCY
Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov says he is sending troops to the vital industrial east in an attempt to ensure the Kremlin does not "repeat the Crimean scenario" there.
2. SHOOTINGS AT KANSAS JEWISH CENTERS KILL 3
A gunman in his 70s is in custody following the violence in Overland, Kansas, one day before the start of Passover.
3. WHY SPOTLIGHT IS ON SECRET GUANTANAMO CAMP
A report that's been declassified by the Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to be sharply critical of the treatment of terror prisoners, including some held in the enshrouded "Camp 7."
4. 'THE LONGER WE DELAY THE HIGHER WOULD BE THE COST'
The expense of keeping global warming in check is "relatively modest," but only if the world acts quickly, the head of the U.N.'s expert panel reports.
5. WHO IS ACCUSED OF KILLING 7 BABIES
A Utah mother has been arrested in connection with the deaths of seven infants she gave birth to over a decade.
6. IRS AUDITS LOWEST IN YEARS
Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the Internal Revenue Service's ability to police tax returns.
7. OBAMA, GOP FIGHT FOR WOMEN'S VOTES
The president seeks to convince women that Democrats are more concerned about improving their financial standing; the GOP is promising a counterattack.
8. 11 DIE, 1,000 HOMES BURN IN CHILE FIRE
"It's a tremendous tragedy. This could be the worst fire in the city's history," President Michelle Bachelet says of the wind-whipped blaze in Valparaiso.
9. END IN SIGHT FOR DON DRAPER
As the "Mad Men" series enters its final stretch, creator Matthew Weiner says he wants "to leave the characters in a place where they're going to be in viewers' imaginations forever."
10. ANOTHER GREEN JACKET FOR 'BUBBA'
Watson turned in another masterpiece and joined an elusive group as the 17th player to win the Masters more than once.