Afternoon Lede Check – 9.5.14

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

The Washington Post: Ukraine: Truce with pro-Russian rebels reached

USA Today: Biggest-ever Alibaba IPO to raise $20.1B

POLITICO: Nude photo hack lights up Dark Web

The HillIRS: Five more staffers lost emails

Roll Call: Capitol Tour Guides Say They’ve Lost the Right to Drink Water

Daily Caller: Regulation Takes Flight – EPA Takes Aim At Airlines — And Your Wallet May Suffer

The Washington TimesFed: Under Obama, only the richest 10 percent saw incomes rise

National Journal: Democrats Counting On An Early Voting Advantage

Washington Examiner: Senate bill to end Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac would save $60 billion

Huffington Post Politics: BOATER OUTREACH – CAMPAIGN TRACKER CHASES BROWN IN A CANOE

WTOP: McDonnell juror: ‘I was trying not to cry’

ABC 7: Two dead: Unresponsive plane crashes near Jamaica after drifting across Atlantic Ocean, Cuba, Caribbean

NBC 4: Mom Held After Flight Ordered Back to Dulles

CBS 9: Couple presumed dead in Jamaica plane crash

Fox 5: Gov. Martin O’Malley says he’s “looking very seriously” at run for president in 2016