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.
General Motors, Ford and Toyota reported U.S. sales declines last month as frigid temperatures and snowstorms pounded much of the nation.
Ratings for the Academy Awards telecast in the nation’s biggest television markets are up 7 percent over last year.
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.
An international education institute is working to double the number of U.S. students studying abroad by 2019.
Ukraine’s military admitted Monday that pro-Russian troops have surrounded or taken over “practically all” its military facilities in Crimea.
European Union foreign ministers on Monday sought a joint response possibly threatening economic sanctions but leaving dialogue as the most viable way forward.
The 86th annual Oscars begin Sunday afternoon with arrivals at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. This year’s host is Ellen DeGeneres.
A bill in the Kansas House would address the divisive issue of who owns a church building when a congregation splits from the larger community.
Prosecutors plan to seek a Hard 50 sentence for two first-degree murder charges against a man accused of killing four people at an eastern Kansas farm last year.