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  • Domestic legacy assured, Obama remains challenged abroad

    WASHINGTON While back-to-back Supreme Court rulings upholding the Affordable Care Act and gay marriage burnish President Barack Obama's legacy at home, his foreign policy record is unsettled and may not be fully established until years after he leaves...
  • Russian consumer rights group warns against trips to Crimea

    The Russian Prosecutor General's office has launched a probe against a consumer rights group that has cautioned Russians against traveling to Crimea. Acting on a request from prosecutors, the government communications watchdog on Monday quickly blocked...
  • Carter: NATO must bolster cyberdefense

     Carter: NATO must bolster cyberdefense
    NATO must improve its ability to defend itself against cyberattacks before it tries to build its offensive cyberwarfare capabilities, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told alliance leaders Wednesday amid rising tensions with Russia, which has proven its...
  • NATO approves military upgrades to aid members of alliance

    Rejecting charges of engaging in a Cold War-style arms race with Russia, the U.S. and its NATO allies approved military upgrades Wednesday that should help them come to the aid of a threatened alliance member faster, with better equipment and more...
  • Putin manages to stabilize ruble, but Russian economy still staggers

    Putin manages to stabilize ruble, but Russian economy still staggers
    Russia's ruble has been on a roller-coaster ride, posting the second-biggest drop in value of world currencies in 2014, then bouncing back this year with the highest rise against the dollar, euro, pound and yen. The ruble's dizzying comeback, though, is...
  • Putin slams group warning Russians against visiting Crimea

    President Vladimir Putin says a consumer rights group that has cautioned Russians against traveling to Crimea is serving foreign interests. Putin was referring to the Society for Protection of Consumer Rights, a little-known Russian watchdog that has...
  • Diplomats seek to calm Ukraine fighting, break stalemate

    The foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany tried Tuesday to revive high-end diplomatic efforts to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine, amid escalating fighting that is throwing doubts on a shaky peace accord. Russian Foreign Minister...
  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Editorials from around Pennsylvania: ___ OBAMA SHOULDN'T BLOCK REPEAL OF MEDICAL DEVICES TAX, June 17 The federal medical devices tax — a 2.3 percent levy on the gross receipts of manufacturers of joint replacements, pacemakers, implants and...
  • US general: Russian military presence in Ukraine irrefutable

    The commander of U.S. troops in Europe has dismissed claims by Russia that it is staying out of the Ukraine conflict, speaking of "clear and irrefutable evidence" to the contrary. Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges spoke of both direct and indirect military help by...
  • For Ukraine, half-measures are worse than none

    For Ukraine, half-measures are worse than none
    If you're out for a hike and find a deep, wide chasm in your path, you have a few options. You might give up and turn back. You might devise a way to get over it. You might look for a way around it. What you would not do is jump halfway across. Half-...
  • Russia and the West rattle sabers and renew sanctions

    Though Russian and Western officials repeatedly claim they don't want a return to Cold War-era hostility, both sides have renewed sanctions and toughened their military posture in recent days. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday extended for...