Afternoon Lede Check, 4.25.14

Obama falls short on a trade deal with Japan; immigration reform is not as dead as you might think, and severe weather in the Midwest brings storms to DC.

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostU.S., Japan fail to reach trade deal on Obama trip

USA TodaySevere storms, tornadoes could slam central U.S.

POLITICOTea party eats its own in Oklahoma

The HillObama fails to reach trade deal

Roll CallImmigration Overhaul for 2014: Decidedly Not Dead

Daily Caller: Feds didn’t mean to spend $26.2 million on Medicare Advantage for illegals

The Washington TimesWith Ukraine in turmoil, Hagel can’t get Russian counterpart to take his calls

National JournalHow We’re Still Failing, 60 Years After Brown v. Board of Education

Washington ExaminerJoe Biden emerges as Obama’s trusty sidekick


WTOP: Gregory breaks silence on psych evals

ABC 7: Relisha Rudd’s mother responds to criticism from talk show callers

NBC 4: Wizards Set for FirstHome Playoff Game Since ’08

CBS 9: Yellow Alert Friday for PM Showers & T-storms

Fox 5: Prosecutors push for more than 3 years for former DC council member Brown

(Photo credits from left to right: Getty, CBS This Morning, WUSA 9)