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Investigators searching a Washington, D.C. park for 8-year-old Relisha Rudd have discovered the body of a man believed to be her abductor, Kahlil Tatum. Police have not yet positively identified the body, but D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier told reporters that “everything we have is consistent with what (investigators) know about (Tatum’s) appearance,” adding that the death was “most likely a suicide.” Relisha was last seen with Kahlil, a 51-year-old janitor, on March 1. Police have not been able to locate the girl. For more on her disappearance, click here. To read more about authorities’ latest break in the case, read here…[CNN]

The “Godfather of Chicago House Music,” has passed away. Frankie Knuckles, a Grammy-winning DJ, died from complications related to Type II Diabetes. He was 59-years-old. Read about it here…[ChicagoTribune]

This doesn’t sound good at all. On Monday, North and South Korean artillery batteries exchanged fire across their western sea border after North Korea warned it was preparing to test another nuclear device. One hundred of the 500 shells the North fired into the Yellow Sea strayed across the line separating the two rivals’ territorial waters. The South responded by firing 300 shells into Northern Korean waters. When asked why they fired back, the South had this to say: “We are not shooting at North Korea, just shooting into the sea.” Also, because we were born yesterday. Read about it here…[CNN]

A preliminary report on the March 12th East Harlem explosion and building collapse found a “small gas leaks below the pavement” while testing a 127-year-old iron gas-main running underneath the site. Read about it here…[WSJ]

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