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  • Putin asks pro-Russia separatists in Ukraine to delay referendum

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that he had pulled back troops from the border with Ukraine and called on Kremlin-allied separatists to delay a referendum on whether  Ukraine's regions should have a greater degree of autonomy. Putin,...
  • Pro-Russia gunmen in Ukraine defy Geneva pact, refuse to disarm

    MOSCOW -- Separatist gunmen in eastern Ukraine on Friday defied calls by world powers for them to surrender their arms and leave the government buildings they have seized in support of demands of independence from Kiev. Top diplomats from Russia, the...
  • Captain, crew of South Korean ferry that sank arrested

    ANSAN, South Korea — The captain and two crew members of a ferry that capsized off the southern coast of South Korea were detained Saturday on suspicion of negligence in the accident that left at least 28 people confirmed dead and 274 missing,...
  • Biden arrives in Kiev as Russia blames U.S. for Ukraine crisis

    KIEV, Ukraine -- U.S. Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Kiev on Monday for talks with Ukraine's embattled interim leaders as Russia's top diplomat blamed Washington for instigating the crisis that threatens to escalate into armed conflict between the...
  • Aaron Sorkin apologizes for 'The Newsroom'

    Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama "The Newsroom" has one more season, but before it leaves the air, the show's creator wanted to clear the air with his fans. And he took a moment during an event at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Monday to do just that....
  • In Russia, Ukraine crisis is U.S.'s fault: 'Who is Obama, the czar of the world?'

    After pro-Russia forces entered Crimea this year, many of my American friends were aghast and worried that the situation might escalate. But in Russia, where I grew up, it’s an alternate universe.  My friends and family are outraged at those who...
  • Blast hits Chinese city in region visited by Xi; 3 reported dead

    Blast hits Chinese city in region visited by Xi; 3 reported dead
    An explosion rocked a plaza outside a train station in Urumqi, capital of China’s Xinjiang province, on Wednesday in the wake of a four-day inspection tour of the restive northwestern area by President Xi Jinping. The blast at Urumqi’s south...
  • Putin orders Russian troops to pull back from Ukraine border

    Putin orders Russian troops to pull back from Ukraine border
    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday ordered Kremlin troops to pull back from the border with Ukraine after weeks of military exercises that the Kiev government and Western allies said heightened tensions between the two former Soviet republics....
  • Fox News Denies Shepard Smith Move Was a Result of Him Wanting to Come Out As Gay

    After tweaking anchor Shepard Smith's newsroom duties last year, Fox News has denied allegations that the changes were a result of Smith asking to come out as gay. A story published by Gawker Wednesday alleges that Smith was taken off of the primetime-...
  • Ukraine leader concedes loss of control in occupied eastern regions

    Acting Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov conceded Wednesday that police have lost control of the eastern towns and cities occupied by pro-Russia gunmen and ordered a full military alert to prevent the separatist disruptions from spreading. At a...
  • Two Chinese nationals slain as riots continue in Vietnam

    Two Chinese nationals slain as riots continue in Vietnam
    Anti-China riots in Vietnam left two Chinese citizens dead and more than 100 injured, China’s state-run media said Thursday, as officials in Taiwan worked to evacuate its nationals from the Southeast Asian country. About 1,000 Taiwanese-owned...