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  • Murphy: U.S. Should Impose Sanctions On Russia

     Murphy: U.S. Should Impose Sanctions On Russia
    NEWINGTON -- U.S. Sen. Christopher Murphy said Tuesday that the U.S. should assume Russia has invaded eastern Ukraine and immediately impose "crippling" sanctions. "I think [Russian President Vladimir Putin] is just goading the United States and...
  • U.N. says not right moment for peacekeepers in Ukraine: paper

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - It is not the right moment for any United Nations peacekeeping troops to be sent to Ukraine, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was quoted as saying on Tuesday. "At this moment, it doesn't seem very practical to send troops,"...
  • U.S. says new Russia sanctions unlikely before Thursday

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday it anticipates more Ukraine-related sanctions on Russia but suggested no action was likely before a diplomatic meeting in Geneva this week. Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine last month and...
  • Russia condemns Ukrainian troops' move to oust armed separatists

    MOSCOW -- Ukraine's interim government on Tuesday made good on threats to move against pro-Russia separatists occupying eastern cities, prompting Russian President Vladimir Putin to demand U.N. condemnation of the use of force in the neighboring country....
  • For east Ukraine, Kremlin adapts Crimea playbook

    SLAVIANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - There are important differences between Russia's intervention in Crimea and the events unfolding this week in eastern Ukraine which suggest Moscow has adapted its Crimea playbook and may be pursuing a different outcome....
  • Their Take: Restraining Russia

    Restraining Russia Perhaps Russia can be induced to pull its troops back from the border with Ukraine and to abandon efforts to destabilize what is left of that country after its illegal annexation of Crimea. It's not a sign of weakness for the United...
  • White House recipes: artichoke & leek soup, grilled mushrooms, chocolate torte

    When Lancaster resident John Moeller spent 13 years as a White House chef, his prime responsibility was preparing family meals for presidents George H. W. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton and George W. Bush. He also planned many special lunches and...
  • Obama accuses Putin of destabilizing Ukraine

    Obama accuses Putin of destabilizing Ukraine
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of supporting "non-state militias" in southern and eastern Ukraine in an attempt to destabilize the country, and warned that the Russian leader was risking economic pain and...
  • Separatists fly Russian flag over Ukrainian armored vehicles

    Separatists fly Russian flag over Ukrainian armored vehicles
    Separatists flew the Russian flag on armoured vehicles taken from the Ukrainian army on Wednesday, humiliating a Kiev government operation to recapture eastern towns controlled by pro-Moscow partisans. Six armoured personnel carriers were driven into...
  • Britain says Russia has pushed Ukraine to the brink

    LONDON (Reuters) - Russia has deliberately pushed Ukraine "to the brink" in recent days and increased the risk of violent confrontation there, British Foreign Secretary William Hague will say on Tuesday in a speech in London. Hague's comments, released...
  • Obama and missile defense myths

    Obama and missile defense myths
    Hawks in the wild tend to be solitary creatures. But those in Washington, D.C., often appear in noisy flocks. As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his predatory activities in Ukraine, conservatives here are unanimous on how the Obama...