Romania Cuts Consumption Of Russian Gas
March 02 2015 3:25 PM EST
Romania relies almost entirely on Russian gas imports through Ukraine and a shutoff there would have a domino effect.
Russian Navy Will Receive 50 New Ships In 2015
March 02 2015 1:32 PM EST
Some of the ships, like Russia's latest nuclear submarines, are new. Others are to be refurbished and upgraded.
Nebraska Gay Marriage Ban Struck Down
March 02 2015 11:08 AM EST
Nebraska's governor criticized the ruling as the work of an "activist judge," and the state immediately appealed.
Ukraine-Russia Natural Gas Dispute Heats Up
March 02 2015 8:58 AM EST
A gas dispute is becoming increasingly contentious ahead of planned talks around Europe over the crisis in Ukraine.
Headphone Overuse Cited In WHO's Hearing Loss Report
February 27 2015 4:07 PM EST
It's time to get some earplugs before you head out to the clubs on the weekend, the WHO said Friday.
Science Fiction Icon Leonard Nimoy Dies At 83
February 27 2015 2:50 PM EST
"Live long and prosper" was not just a "Star Trek" phrase but a way of life embodied by Nimoy.
Leonard Nimoy Dies At 83
February 27 2015 12:41 PM EST
Nimoy was widely loved by science fiction fans for his strong personality and fan engagement years after leaving "Star Trek."
Britain Will Put Jihadists 'Out Of Action,' Cameron Says
February 27 2015 11:10 AM EST
The British Prime Minister did not offer concrete details about how the UK will go after people like Mohammed Emwazi, or Jihadi John.
Eight Dead In Missouri Shootings
February 27 2015 10:04 AM EST
Missouri state police are investigating what appears to be a murder-suicide committed by a 36-year-old man in south-central Missouri.
Ukraine Pays Russia $15M For Small Supply Of Gas
February 27 2015 9:15 AM EST
The payment gets Ukraine enough of a natural-gas supply from its contentious neighbor to meet demand for only a few days.
Homeless Man Buried Alongside Knights At Vatican
February 26 2015 2:54 PM EST
Willy Herteller didn't miss a Mass for 25 years and became a fixture at the Vatican, earning the respect of Catholic leaders there.
UK Advocacy Group Under Fire For Comments On 'Jihadi John'
February 26 2015 1:13 PM EST
CAGE, a group founded by a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner, says U.K. intelligence turned a "beautiful" man into Jihadi John.
Syrian Rebel Convicted, Sentenced For War Crimes In Sweden
February 26 2015 10:42 AM EST
Mouhannad Droubi is seen beating a Syrian soldier in a video, which Swedish authorities found after he was granted asylum.
Russian Gas Could Keep Flowing To Eastern Ukraine, But Not Kiev
February 26 2015 9:14 AM EST
Russia is again leveraging its gas monopoly in Ukraine to pressure the government in Kiev.
Russians Predict Global War If US Gives Weapons To Ukraine
February 25 2015 2:20 PM EST
Around a quarter of Russian respondents said Russia shouldn't act if the U.S. provides weapons to Ukraine.
Greece Will Struggle To Pay Debts, Says Finance Minister
February 25 2015 1:08 PM EST
The current agreement gives Greece a four-month extension of its loans.
Poland Backing Ukraine Against Pro-Russia Rebels
February 25 2015 12:24 PM EST
Poland is one of Russia's strongest critic and on Wednesday it stepped up its direct support for Ukraine.
American, British Troops Parade Near Russian Border In Estonia
February 25 2015 10:30 AM EST
Russian media say a NATO parade in an Estonian border city was a deliberate provocation to anger Russia.
Minneapolis Police Arrest Suspect After 'Targeted' Shooting Of Officer
February 21 2015 5:16 PM EST
It is unclear if the shooting suspect is in any way linked to a burglary and assault call the officer was responding to when he was shot.
Haiti Holds State Funeral For 17 Killed In Float Accident
February 21 2015 4:45 PM EST
Some at the funeral criticized the Haitian government for being lax on safety standards, which they say led to the tragedy.