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42 min ago | International Business Times
Here are five reasons why tensions could lead to a war between Ukraine and Russia.
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4 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
The Google barge is seen moored at the Port of Stockton Thursday, March 6, 2014, in Stockton, Calif.
5 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com
The Republican-controlled House voted 385-23 on Thursday to provide loan guarantees to Ukraine, the first in what will likely be a series of steps Washington will take to help the fledgling country.
9 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Bay Area boaters are being urged by a federal wildlife agency to watch out for and steer clear of gray whales, which are now beginning their annual migration past the Golden Gate to feeding grounds in the Arctic.
13 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Tenafly High School likes to boast about its ability to place its students at top colleges.
18 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
European Union leaders meet for an emergency summit in Brussels on Thursday to discuss the crisis in Ukraine and how to respond to Russia's seizure of the Crimean peninsula.
Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Andrii Deshchytsia after hosting the Budapest Memorandum Ministerial on the Ukraine crisis in Paris, France, on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Allan Dransfield would gladly eat leftover pizza on a restaurant table he walks past.
Canada is upping the ante on Russian President Vladimir Putin as Prime Minister Stephen Harper Wednesday announced the suspension of high-level economic talks with Russia, and the addition of Canadian observers to an international monitoring mission to Ukraine.
The [UK] government will not curb trade with Russia or close London's financial centre to Russians as part of any possible package of sanctions against Moscow, according to an official document.
The Golden Gate Bridge is certainly the city's most iconic landmark, but because it's part of Highway 1 and 101, it's hard to measure exactly how many people visited for tourism purposes.
While thousands of miles away from Ukraine's volatile Crimea region where tension with Russia continues to escalate, the CNMI could see a fallout if the United States imposes economic and travel restrictions against Russia that may include a stop to a lucrative U.S. visa waiver program for CNMI-bound Russian tourists.
The United States and the European Union are preparing economic and diplomatic sanctions against Russia unless Moscow deescalates the crisis in Ukraine and pulls its troops on the Crimean peninsula back to its barracks.
The Ukrainian peninsula is now under de facto Russian military control with Ukrainian military bases surrounded, and control of infrastructure and strategic buildings across the region in the hands of Russian commanders.
Catherine the Great, empress of Russia, renowned patron and boisterous lover, bestowed tender but opulent gifts to her men, relatives, royalty and loyal friends.
President Vladimir Putin listens to journalists' questions on the current situation in Ukraine at the Novo-Ogaryovo presidential residence outside Moscow Vladmir Putin has said he is not planning military action in eastern Ukraine, but insisted he reserved the right to take "all measures" in response to an appeal from ousted president Viktor ... (more)