Ukrainian former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is back on the world stage, freed after more than two years in prison. Some think she may be
In today’s pictures, a worker cleans a dead Triceratops model, tabs mark the many subject areas in the notebook of U.S. Secretary of State John
As the E.U. threatens sanctions against Russia, it is forced to reckon with the complex economic web binding the two powers, particularly over natural gas.
Russian troops surrounding the Belbek Airbase near Sevastopol fired warning shots over the heads of unarmed Ukrainian troops trying to return to work there on
When a sinkhole opened up under the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., on February 12, eight vintage cars were swallowed. This footage shows
During an emergency meeting of the Security Council, Ukraine’s ambassador Yuriy Sergeyev asked the U.N. “to do everything possible” to stop Russia’s “aggression” in Crimea,