What We're Following This Morning

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

End in sight to the Oregon standoff? Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who was involved in an armed standoff in 2014 with federal officials, was arrested last night in Portland en route to Burns, Oregon, local media reported. The news came as the four holdouts at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge said they would surrender today. Update: More here

A claim against Tamir Rice’s family: The city of Cleveland says the family of the 12-year-old boy, who was shot and killed by a police officer while holding a toy gun, still owes $500 for the ambulance ride that took him to hospital. A grand jury decided last December not to indict the officer who shot Rice in November 2014. Update: More here

An impasse on a cease-fire in Syria: The U.S. wants it to begin now. Russia prefers March 1. The U.S. fears the additional time will allow Bashar al-Assad to retake—with Russia’s military support—more territory from rebels fighting his regime.

An attack in Nigeria: Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up at a camp for people displaced by Boko Haram in Borno state. At least 58 people were killed in Tuesday’s attack and another 78 injured.

A new Tesla for $1,000: Not quite, but here’s what Elon Musk said about the upcoming Model 3:

Details about the upcoming car, which is scheduled to be released in 2017, will be revealed in the coming weeks, he said.