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Brennan: Russia 'absolutely' could invade eastern Ukraine
"We are at a very delicate, dynamic time," said Mr. Brennan , who defended the CIA 's assessment of the situation and appeared eager to counter claims by lawmakers that the intelligence community failed to predict Russia 's recent invasion of Ukraine 's Crimean peninsula.
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But they are clinging in fewer numbers as the state and the world shift to cell phones and the digital age.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Overnight Tech: Nsa nominee heads to Hill
THE LEDE: President Obama's nominee to lead the National Security Agency is likely to run into pushback about the agency on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
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Many Fearing the Worst for Malaysia Airlines Missing Plane
The focus of the investigation into the disappearance of a Malaysian airliner is narrowing to a possible mid-air disintegration.
White House pushes back on GOP assault on Obama on Crimea
A top White House official on Sunday dismissed criticism that President Obama's past foreign policy record influenced Russia's military action in Crimea.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Ukraine, GOP politics to dominate Sunday talk shows
Russia's high-stakes intervention in Ukraine-including its support for the secession of Crimea-will dominate this Sunday's network news shows.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Are Obama's sanctions against Ukraine futile and a political contradiction?
Yesterday, President Obama signed an executive order that 'authorizes' U.S. sanctions on individuals and entities that violate Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
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Heiner hits the ball into Comer's court
Hal Heiner is starting the 2015 Republican race for governor by formally announcing his candidacy with K.C. Crosbie as his running mate.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
New campaign chief for Gary Peters
With Michigan looming as a now key Senate race, Democratic Rep. Gary Peters, who is locked in a tight battle with Republican Terri Lynn Land, has replaced his campaign manager.
Sheldon Richman on How American Hawks Risk Escalating the Ukrainian Crisis
What's most worrisome is not what Russian President Vladimir Putin is doing in Crimea and threatening to do in eastern Ukraine.
Who’s the Villain Here?
Shrewd reporting about the Ukraine crisis comes from The Onion, which declared that American reaction is evenly divided - between the 'wholly indifferent' and the 'grossly misinformed.'
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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U.S. intelligence under fire over Ukraine
The nation's top intelligence office denies suggestions the United States was caught off guard by Russia's military intervention in Ukraine, calling reports to that effect "highly inaccurate."
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McCain: Romney And I Were Right About Russia
John McCain led several Republicans in continued criticism of President Obama for what they view as a "feckless" foreign policy that demonstrates U.S. weakness to the international community as a whole, and Russia directly.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Daily Beast
U.S. Spies Under FireBy Eli Lake
One U.S. intelligence agency told Congress that Russia wouldn't take over part of Ukraine.
The Right Loses It Over Russia-Again
Conservative hysteria over Putin's aggression in 2014 is eerily reminiscent of right-wing reaction to a previous Crimean adventure, at the dawn of the Cold War.
DYCHE | Heiner hits GOP Gov ball into Comer's court
Hal Heiner is starting the 2015 Republican race for governor by formally announcing his candidacy with KC Crosbie as his running mate.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Little Green Footballs
Russia Continues Moving on Ukraine, US Republicans Continue Attacking Obama
As Russia dispatched more forces and tightened its grip on the Crimean Peninsula on Sunday, President Obama embarked on a strategy intended to isolate Moscow and prevent it from seizing more Ukrainian territory even as he was pressured at home to respond more forcefully.
Kerry threatens Russia with sanctions, military force over Crimea
Secretary of State John Kerry listens to comments made during a meeting between Pres.
Senior Dems want Europe input on any Russia sanctions
Senior Senate Democrats, including Majority Leader Harry Reid, cautioned Monday that any U.S. move toward sanctions against Russia over Ukraine should be carried out in accordance with European allies.