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  • Talks between Kerry, Lavrov fail to produce agreement over Ukraine

    LONDON – Eleventh-hour talks between the U.S. and Russia failed to break the deadlock Friday over how to resolve the crisis in southern Ukraine, where pro-Moscow forces have seized control of the Crimean peninsula and are set to hold a referendum on...
  • Crimea crisis: Russian buildup continues, so do pre-referendum protests

    Crimea crisis: Russian buildup continues, so do pre-referendum protests
    SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine -- As more troops and military hardware from Russia were reportedly deployed in Crimea on Friday, opponents of a weekend referendum on secession from Ukraine took to the streets of the peninsula to protest the upcoming vote. More...
  • Ukraine premier urges Russia, U.N. Security Council to prevent war

    Ukraine's acting prime minister appealed to the United Nations Security Council and Russia's ambassador to the world body to end the "military aggression" against the Crimean peninsula that threatens to plunge the two former Soviet republics into war....
  • Support the Kane County referendum

    On March 18, the residents of unincorporated Kane County will have an opportunity to vote on the Kane County Electric Aggregation Referendum. If passed, this referendum will allow the Kane County Board to potentially secure cheaper electricity for...
  • Obama gives assurances to Ukraine's acting prime minister

    WASHINGTON — President Obama assured acting Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk on Wednesday that Russia would suffer significant consequences if it stayed on its military path toward Ukraine, a threat the Pentagon bolstered by acknowledging...
  • Group of 7, European Union warn Russia against Crimea gambit

    The leaders of Germany and Poland warned Russia on Wednesday that it has until Monday to agree to work with an international "contact group" to resolve the crisis in Ukraine's Crimea region or face immediate sanctions. At a meeting in Warsaw, Polish...
  • Obama, Ukrainian prime minister to meet for Crimea talks

    Obama, Ukrainian prime minister to meet for Crimea talks
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama is scheduled to host the new Ukrainian prime minister at the White House on Wednesday as the U.S. and allies prepare for a coming referendum on whether the Crimea region of the European nation should become independent....
  • Emanuel rips scab off my Soldier Field rehab wounds

     
    I've combined a post from earlier this week with a commentary for my Sunday print column My PDSD — Post-Daley Stress Disorder — is relatively under control. I sometimes cringe involuntarily when inserting my credit card into parking meter...
  • Crimea bars 'nationalists' from secession vote; EU warns of sanctions

    Crimea's Russian-controlled parliament voted Tuesday to bar what it considers "nationalist political organizations" involved in the recent leadership turmoil in Kiev from taking part in Sunday's vote on whether to separate from Ukraine and become an...
  • Ousted Ukrainian leader warns of civil war; Russia adds to forces

    Ousted Ukrainian leader warns of civil war; Russia adds to forces
    MOSCOW -- Ukraine is on the verge of civil war, warned ousted President Viktor Yanukovich, who reemerged in the Russian southern city of Rostov-on-the-Don to make a statement more than a week after his first news conference in Russia. His statement came...
  • Russia jangles nerves with complaints of 'lawlessness' in Ukraine

    Russia jangles nerves with complaints of 'lawlessness' in Ukraine
    KIEV, Ukraine – As Ukrainian officials prepared to campaign in the United States this week for more international support ahead of a Russian-backed referendum on secession in Crimea, Moscow complained Monday of “lawlessness” in eastern...