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  • Ben Carson: U.S. should rethink Supreme Court review of laws

    Ben Carson: U.S. should rethink Supreme Court review of laws
    — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says the United States should rethink the notion that a president must enforce laws the Supreme Court declares constitutional. Carson said Sunday that "we need to discuss" the court's long-held power...
  • Germany urges Russia to put more pressure on Ukraine rebels

    Russia must do more to persuade separatists in eastern Ukraine to abide by a cease-fire that has been strained in recent weeks, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday during a visit to Moscow. Merkel's trip was timed to coincide with the 70th...
  • Putin takes swipe at US in Victory Day speech

    Russia showed off new machines of war, including a highly sophisticated tank, on Saturday in the annual Victory Day military parade through Red Square that marks the surrender of Nazi Germany and the Red Army's key role in the defeat. The Armata tank...
  • Russia flexes military might for sparse crowd of dignitaries on Victory Day

    Russia flexes military might for sparse crowd of dignitaries on Victory Day
    A Western boycott of Russia's Victory Day parade Saturday did little to chasten the Kremlin as Russian President Vladimir Putin rolled out fearsome new armor and weapons in a thundering message that might makes right. In the absence of Russia’s...
  • Raining on Putin's parade: Why so many no-shows for WWII celebration?

    Friends and foes have snubbed Saturday's Red Square military parade, a dent in Russians’ pride over their World War II sacrifice and President Vladimir Putin’s reputation for throwing blowout parties. Here’s why, little more than a...
  • 300,000 march through Moscow with portraits of WWII veterans

    About 300,000 people have walked through central Moscow holding portraits of relatives who fought in World War II. As the head of the vast column reached Red Square, the marchers were joined by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who held a photograph of...
  • Russia, China sign raft of economic deals, including loans

    Russian and Chinese leaders on Friday signed a plethora of deals in Moscow, including billions in infrastructure loans for Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin is hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Moscow this week for talks as well as for the...
  • 'Dancing With The Stars' recap, two stars are eliminated

    Welcome to a results show! Haven't done one of these in a while, have we? First off, they tell me that they combined last week's scores with this week's scores so the actual scoreboard looks like this: Nastia Liukin & Derek Hough/Sasha Farber: 117...
  • Rachel Marsden: Lowering the bar puts American society at risk

    PARIS -- Stupidity and obesity are now matters of U.S. national security. And it's only the tip of a more significant iceberg that threatens America from within. An organization called Mission: Readiness comprised of more than 500 retired generals and...
  • Poland marks 70th anniversary of end of WWII

     Poland marks 70th anniversary of end of WWII
    Poland's president is leading international commemorations on Thursday marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, a gathering meant as an alternative celebration to Moscow's Red Square parade two days later. President Bronislaw...
  • NATO military exercises aim to send message of resolve to Russia

    NATO countries are staging massive air, land and sea exercises across Russia's northern borders this month in response to warnings from the Kremlin and strategic analysts that President Vladimir Putin's threats to use nuclear weapons are more than...