Today, on the fourth anniversary of the law known as Obamacare, here are some stories in the news:
From Fox News, according to Ukraine's interim president, a commander at a Ukrainian base in Crimea has been abducted.
From Reuters, stocks in the United States may rise if worry about Ukraine subsides.
From Yahoo News, two statues of the Egyptian Pharoah Amenhotep III have been unveiled.
From The Seattle Times, at least 18 people are still unaccounted for after a mudslide near Oso, Washington.
From Military Times, a company in Easton, Pennsylvania is building an archive of Vietnam War films.
From the Mail Online, Al-Qaeda in Syria tells terrorists to target Queen Elizabeth II at sporting events. (via Weasel Zippers)
From Debka File, Iran is building a replica of a US Nimitz-class aircraft carrier.
From Natural News, scientists trying to measure the fallout from the Fukushima disaster face censorship.
From ABC News, the Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks in two exhibition baseball games played in Australia.
From BBC News, an outbreak of ebola has reached the capitol of Guinea.
From Breitbart's Big Peace, polls in France suggest that François Hollarde's Socialist Party could be headed for some losses in today's local elections.
From FiveThirtyEightPolitics, the GOP is a "slight" favorite to take control of the Senate in the elections this coming November. (via The Blaze)
From the New York Post, the biggest employer in New York City is (drum roll, please) New York City.
And from The Federalist Papers, former Obama supporter Carey Wedler, recently seen burning a pro-Obama T-shirt, applies liberal logic on the 2nd Amendment to other parts of the Constitution.