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Russian helicopters, warships, and unmarked soldiers occupy Crimea as Ukraine recovers from bloodshed in Kiev.
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CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the test-fired missile launch out of Russia.
What effect would economic sanctions placed on Russia have on the larger region? CNN's Tom Foreman explains.
Fareed looks at California's Ivanpah solar energy plant. Is the U.S. catching up with global giants in renewable energy?
Fareed Zakaria says European interests in Russian energy and financial resources will temper support for sanctions.
President Obama comments on the crisis in Ukraine at a press conference on the 2015 budget.
Two bald eagles became entangled after a turf war in a Portland tree. A rescue was underway when they freed themselves.
Is economic isolation enough to force President Putin to retreat from the Ukraine? CNN's Isa Soares reports.
A powerful wave came crashing into a Santa Barbara restaurant, shattering windows and soaking patrons who were eating.
Conan lists BuzzFeed articles that we wish were real.
Twitter has purchased log cabins dating back to the 1800s from Craigslist to have them reassembled at their headquarters.
A Missouri candy shop is celebrating Fat Tuesday by offering free fudge for customers weighing more than 300 pounds.
Nick Parker gets rare access inside the former safe house of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
Russia's armed forces number 774,500; Ukraine has just 139,000 troops. Could Ukraine stand a fighting chance?
Speaking from Kiev, Secretary of State John Kerry comments on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Jake Tapper and Brigadier Gen. Kevin Ryan discuss the United States' move to halt all military cooperation with Russia.
CNN's Jake Tapper and Matthew Chance discuss Secy. of State John Kerry's tour of Independence Square in Kiev.
CNN's Ivan Watson follows a Ukrainian warship as it heads to the Black Sea.
Eve Zalwango started Awaka, a furniture store in Kampala, Uganda that makes custom wood products from locally grown trees.
Somayya Jabarti is making her mark in a man's world. She has been appointed Saudi Arabia's first female newspaper editor.