President Barack Obama says Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine could end up driving countries away from Russia, instead of closer to it.
Syrian government troops are tightening their grip on the last rebel stronghold near the border with Lebanon a day after taking control of a key village in the area, a field commander told reporters on Tuesday.
The Obama administration announced a $1 billion energy subsidy package in Washington as Kerry was arriving in Kiev.
The plan Russia pushed Monday calls on Ukrainian politicians to return to their earlier agreement to form a government of national unity.
The Obama administration said Monday that any Russian threat to Ukraine’s navy would be a “dangerous escalation” of an extremely tense situation.
In a sudden reprise of Cold War sensibilities, the U.S. and its allies are weighing sanctions on Moscow and whether to bolster defenses in Europe in response to Russia’s military advances on Ukraine.
The Czech Republic’s defense minister says it seems unlikely that a Russian company will win a multibillion-dollar contract to build two nuclear reactors in his country following Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine.
European Union foreign ministers on Monday sought a joint response possibly threatening economic sanctions but leaving dialogue as the most viable way forward.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday he has been assured by Russia that it will respect the sovereignty of Ukraine
Islamic militants set fire to a locked dormitory at a school in northern Nigeria
The U.S. and Britain on Tuesday rejected suggestions that the ouster of Ukraine’s pro-Russia president and the politics around it are representative of a Cold War-era East-West divide.
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he no longer uses illegal drugs, goes to the gym every day
The leaders of Israel and Germany acknowledged Tuesday they don’t see eye to eye on how to deal with Iran’s nuclear program
Monday is the first time the Jenkin’s family from Topeka has received some good news about getting out of the country and back home.
A Topeka family, stranded in Ukraine during violent protests and now, a change in government power, still waits for word they can come home.
American short track skater Emily Scott has a connection to a tragic case in her hometown of Springfield, Mo.