Good morning, everybody. Miley might have tattooed her lip. Now, your morning constitutional:
Judge Eric F. Melgren of United States District Court in Wichita ordered federal election authorities to help Arizona and Kansas require proof of citizenship to register to vote. Said Tom Horne, the Kansas attorney general: “This decision is an important victory against the Obama administration because it ensures that only U.S. citizens, and not illegals, vote in Arizona elections.”
European leaders are considering additional sanctions against Russia after Crimea was annexed by Russia and Ukrainian soldiers were forced to leave Crimea.
Here’s a map of all the countries with ongoing border disputes.
A suicide bomber attacked a police station in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, killing 11.
The rise in U.S. unemployment claims were lower than expected last week.
Poll shows majority of Americans oppose letting employers opt out of the requirement that their health insurance policies cover contraception even if they have religious objections.
Report finds that fish sizes have decreased 29% in the past four decades as oceans are warming.
New dinosaur discovered, named the “chicken from hell.”
Finally, following a strong windstorm in Colorado Springs, tumbleweeds have overtaken neighborhoods and trapped people in their homes.