Surrounded by Russian troops, unarmed Ukrainian airmen made a peaceful attempt Tuesday to retake their airfield at Belbek but were forced to retreat under threat of being shot.
Rather than deploy their abundant cash in new investments to expand capacity and tap new markets, many companies have given it back to shareholders.
Fears of a shooting war in Ukraine were abating Tuesday, but analysts warned that tensions could ratchet up again, especially if Russia and the West use oil and natural gas as economic weapons.
President Obama speaks at a live-streamed town hall to discuss key information about the Affordable Care Act and its impact on Hispanics in the last month of open enrollment.
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Here's an agency-by-agency summary of President Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015, beginning next Oct. 1.
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European shares rebounded after Russian President Putin pulled back troops to their bases.
U.S. home prices rose in January after three months of declines, CoreLogic said Tuesday, as a tight supply likely supported prices despite slower sales.
Mardi Gras celebrations got underway Tuesday in New Orleans with thousands expected to crowd the streets for parades and festivities.
Ukraine put its military on high alert and appealed for international help to avoid what it feared was the possibility of a wider invasion by Russia.
A snowboarder likely triggered an avalanche outside Missoula that buried a house and put three people in the hospital, authorities said.
Russian news sources said Monday that the country's Black Sea fleet did not issue an ultimatum to the Ukrainian navy, but the Kyiv Post report that security forces had confirmed the threat.
Despite blizzards and floods, U.S. manufacturing conditions improved significantly in February, bringing relief after a surprise slowing in January, according to the Institute for Supply Management.
Citigroup and its Mexican unit Banamex have received grand jury subpoenas after announcing alleged fraud committed by a Mexican oil services company that secured loans from them.