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  • Ukraine welcomes US resolution on arms shipments

    KIEV, Ukraine A U.S. resolution in favor of arms shipments to Ukraine was welcomed Tuesday by the government in Kiev and condemned as a call for war by Russian lawmakers in Moscow. "I thank US House of Representatives for a resolution calling to...
  • Go Away With ... James Wilder

    Go Away With ... James Wilder
    James Wilder may best be known for his acting skills ("Melrose Place," "Murder One," "Equal Justice"), but he's also an architect and designer whose work was featured on HGTV. Wilder designs leather jackets. And he can still juggle things on fire, like he...
  • Ukrainian officer is rare foreign patient at Walter Reed

    Ukrainian officer is rare foreign patient at Walter Reed
    The Ukrainian colonel's journey to Maryland began on a hilltop a few miles from the Russian border, artillery shells crashing down all around him. Col. Ihor Hordiychuk was sent to hold the strategically important hill last August against Russian-backed...
  • McCain, Kirk weigh in on a Ted Cruz presidential campaign

     McCain, Kirk weigh in on a Ted Cruz presidential campaign
    U.S. Sens. Mark Kirk and John McCain, in Chicago on Sunday for an event at the Ukrainian Cultural Center, reacted diplomatically to news reports that their Republican Senate colleague Ted Cruz was expected to announce a presidential bid. Cruz is...
  • Yanukovych's younger son reported dead in accident in Russia

    An associate of Ukraine's deposed president says the former leader's son has died in an accident in which a vehicle plunged through the ice on Lake Baikal in Russia. Nestor Shufrych, a deputy in Ukraine's parliament, said Sunday in a statement on...
  • Confidence in Ukraine's cease-fire hurt by arms violations

    With cameras and clipboards in hands, teams of blue-jacketed international observers drive around the muddy countryside of eastern Ukraine looking for rocket launchers and artillery. Their task is to verify whether government troops and Russian-backed...
  • What's done, what's next at the EU summit

    European Union heads of state and government are meeting in Brussels through Friday to talk about economic and energy policies, the crises in Ukraine and Libya, and the Greek debt problem. Here's what has happened so far: —UKRAINE: Leaders...
  • Kremlin murder trail leads to Chechnya as Putin said to fume

    MOSCOW All roads in Russia's investigation into the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov so far lead to Chechnya, where a strongman groomed by President Vladimir Putin is becoming increasingly difficult to control. The main suspect in the Feb. 27...
  • EU pledges to extend Russian sanctions, vote to come later

    BRUSSELS The European Union pledged to prolong sanctions against Russia, pressuring President Vladimir Putin to support a cease-fire in Ukraine that's straining under violation complaints from both sides. The commitment to extend the penalties until...
  • EU summit wraps up with talks on Libya, economy

    European Union heads of state and government spent the final day of their spring summit focused on the situation in Libya and on ways to boost the bloc's economy: —ECONOMY: Leaders backed a plan by European Commission President Jean-Claude...
  • EU links lifting Russia sanctions to peace in Ukraine

    European Union leaders said Thursday that they won't lift economic sanctions against Russia until the peace agreement on eastern Ukraine is fully implemented. EU President Donald Tusk said the decision reached at a two-day summit showed the common...