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  • Witness in Russian politician's slaying gets death threats

    Authorities in Ukraine say the sole witness in the killing in Moscow of prominent Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov has received death threats since returning to her family home in Ukraine. The General Prosecutor's office in Kiev said in a...
  • Russia denounces arrival of U.S. military trainers in Ukraine

    Russia denounces arrival of U.S. military trainers in Ukraine
    Russia's Foreign Ministry on Thursday called the arrival of U.S. military trainers in western Ukraine a “provocation” and warned Ukrainians that they should rethink the consequences of hosting Western forces. “U.S.-Ukrainian military...
  • Kremlin critic Navalny released after 15 days in custody

    Leading Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny was released Friday after spending 15 days in custody and vowed that he and his supporters will not be intimidated by the slaying of a top Kremlin critic. Navalny, the driving force behind the 2011-2012...
  • EU says Russia sanctions stay until 'good' news on Ukraine

    BRUSSELS The European Union said it won't lift sanctions on Russia until the situation in Ukraine improves, and further penalties are possible if needed. A cease-fire between government forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine is "not...
  • Correction: Today in History for March 1

    In the Today in History feature for March 1, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the Yahoo search website was incorporated March 1, 1995. It was incorporated March 2, 1995. A corrected version, deleting the reference to Yahoo, is below: Today...
  • Yes: History and economics justify change: Front Burner

    Yes: History and economics justify change: Front Burner
    I have never met an economist (conservative, liberal, Marxist, vegetarian or radical libertarian) who disagrees with the proposition that when the price of something changes, human behavior is impacted. The two most fundamental propositions in economics,...
  • Russian NGO ousted from Gulag prison camp museum

    An independent Russian organization says it has been ousted from the Gulag prison camp museum that it has run from 1992, leaving "no talk of Stalin." Viktor Shmyrov, director for the Perm-36 museum in central Russia, told The Associated Press Thursday...
  • Nemtsov assassination likely linked to Putin, Russia's thug-in-chief

    Last week's assassination of Boris Nemtsov in the shadows of the Kremlin is the most significant political killing to occur in the 15 years Russian President and Thug-in-Chief Vladimir Putin has been in power. Not because Nemtsov had any realistic hope...
  • A year after Russia took Crimea, stronger Ukraine military braces for long fight

    KIEV, Ukraine The irony of a year of war with Russia is that Ukraine today is far better prepared to defend itself than it was last March, after Russian troops invaded the Crimean peninsula. It's been a year of hard lessons and costs that few thought...
  • NATO, Russia exchange barbs reminiscent of Cold War days

    NATO and Russia exchanged heated language reminiscent of Cold War days on Thursday with accusations of sinister geopolitical plotting and human rights abuses flying across an increasingly deep divide. NATO's top U.S. civilian official, Alexander...
  • The audacity of weakness

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Congress on Tuesday to warn Americans of the anti-Western threats from theocratic -- and likely to soon be nuclear -- Iran. Netanyahu came to the U.S. to outline the Iranian plan to remake the Middle...