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President Obama makes a statement on the U.S. response to Russia's involvement in Ukraine, including sanctions.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz talks to reporters about the crisis in Ukraine at the CPAC gathering in Maryland.
A boy travels halfway around the world to see his favorite basketball team before going blind due to an eye disease.
Police say an Illinois family shoplifted millions of dollars worth of goods over a decade. WLS reports.
Exclusive: European Comm. Pres. José Manuel Barroso discusses financial aid and efforts to bring peace to Ukraine.
CNN's Isa Soares interviews Louis Vuitton about the luxury sector outlook
Alexa Meade slathers models with paint and photographs them against real-life backdrops, creating a new form of art.
CNN's Jim Boulden looks at the success of the Cambridge Satchel company in their London store.
Gov. Chris Christie speaks to the CPAC crowd about the media and issues facing the Republican party.
Sen. Mitch McConnell surprised the CPAC crowd by bringing a rifle onstage, but it was really an award for Sen. Tom Coburn.
After three years in Niger, Moammar Gadhafi's son, Saadi Gadhafi has been extradited to Libya.
Ukraine's interim Prime Minister was defiant and passionate as he addressed the press on the crisis in the Crimea region.
Edoardo Molinari gives you tips on how to get more spin when using the wedge.
CNN's Living Golf travels to the Arizona State University where budding golfers are training as-well-as studying for degrees.
In the next four months Matt Fitzpatrick will play in the Masters, U.S. Open and the Open Championship.
With more prize money and less travel on offer, many of the top European players are now playing the PGA Tour.
"Does this not remind us of what happened with Hitler in the early '20s and '30s?" Republican Sen. Dan Coats says.
CNNi talks to David Speedie from the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
With new sanctions, "the administration wants to get out ahead of the Congress," says fmr. Ambassador Christopher Hill.