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  • AP News in Brief at 9:58 p.m. EST

    Immigration orders blocked, Obama administration pledges appeal of Texas judge's ruling The Obama administration put its new deportation-relief program on hold Tuesday on the eve of its launch, complying reluctantly with a federal judge's order that...
  • Putin suggests US is sending arms to Ukraine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is suggesting that the United States is already delivering weapons to Ukraine. At a news conference Tuesday in Budapest with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Putin was asked how he assessed the possible consequences...
  • Carlsberg hit by drop in beer sales in Russia amid crisis

    Danish brewer Carlsberg says its profit nose-dived in the fourth quarter due to slumping sales in the key Russian and eastern European markets. Net profit was 168 million kroner ($25.2 million), compared with 1.1 billion kroner in the same period last...
  • Accused Russian hacker to face charges in U.S. court

    WASHINGTON — A Russian national has been extradited to the U.S. and indicted on charges in what officials called "the largest international hacking and data breach scheme ever prosecuted in the United States." Vladimir Drinkman, 34, with dual...
  • After two early encounters laced with fate, Timofey Mozgov reunited with Cavs coach David Blatt

    Timofey Mozgov would probably need a translator to understand a question about fate or destiny, and even then the Cavs' 7-foot-1 Russian center might not believe in it. But his coach, David Blatt, acknowledges the karma involved in the Jan. 7 trade...
  • Ukraine fighting rages; Putin accuses U.S. of arming Kiev government

    Ukraine fighting rages; Putin accuses U.S. of arming Kiev government
    Ukrainian troops and separatists battled for control of a strategic railway junction on Tuesday, with each side blaming the other for violating a weekend cease-fire meant to end 10 months of combat in eastern Ukraine. Day’s end brought competing...
  • U.N. Security Council to meet on Libya after Islamic State violence

    U.N. Security Council to meet on Libya after Islamic State violence
    The U.N. Security Council called an emergency session for Wednesday to address the explosion of terrorist violence in Libya, but world powers appeared sharply divided on how to deal with the country’s deepening turmoil. Two days after a video...
  • Hungary gets gas deal after welcoming Putin, breaking ranks with West

    Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Budapest, Hungary, on Tuesday for his first official visit to a Western country in more than eight months, stirring protest against the Hungarian government's warming ties with the Kremlin and fears that they...
  • Man charged in biggest US hacking scheme pleads not guilty

    A Russian citizen pleaded not guilty Tuesday to an 11-count indictment charging him and four others with running what authorities have called the largest criminal computer hacking scheme ever prosecuted in the United States. Vladimir Drinkman appeared in...
  • Trio pleads guilty to smuggling charges

    Three Glendale women pleaded guilty last week to smuggling Armenian nationals into the United States through Mexico, according to federal court records. The women — identified as Varduhi Avagyan, 42, Meri Avetisyan, 40, and Maria Yanakopulus, 57...
  • Accused Russian hacker to face charges in U.S.

    A Russian national has been extradited to the U.S. and indicted in New Jersey in what federal officials on Tuesday called the “the largest international hacking and data breach scheme ever prosecuted in the United States.” Vladimir Drinkman,...