Koenig has the best collection of headlines for today showing all the events that are happening on the same day as this meeting. Here are a few of the titles. I haven't linked to them -- you will need to go Koenig's page if you want to read them.
Russia's actions in the Ukraine, Washington weather and federal
office closure in the district overshadow PA President Abbas's
meetings at the White House
U.S., E.U. announce sanctions on Russia after Crimea vote
U.S. warns Russia against annexing Crimea
Russia has deployed about 60,000 troops along the Ukrainian border
New York Times: Russia could still "turn the U.S. into radioactive dust," top news anchor in Russia reminds viewers
Palestinian leader to visit White House on Monday
Israeli officials hope Obama tells Abbas concessions are not a one-way street
Washington bearing the brunt of another snow storm, third largest March storm on record; federal offices closed
4.4 magnitude hits Los Angeles area
John McTernan has also weighed in with some of his thoughts.
WW3 about to start?
And here are two more articles of interest concerning Russia.
Against Ukrainian war? Obama's newest executive order says he can seize your assets if you oppose his position.
And this from gold expert Jim Sinclair:
Russia could retaliate in a way that would have phenomenal impact on the U.S. dollar. . . . Russia has the upper hand. They have it in their ability to turn the U.S. economy upside down and into collapse. There is no question whatsoever. Putin doesn’t need a nuclear bomb. He has a nuclear economic bomb that he can set off at any time.
Putin has nuclear economic bomb