By Ben Armbruster on April 17, 2014
Officials from Twitter and the Turkish government met this week to try to smooth things over after Turkey's Twitter ban.
By Hayes Brown and Igor Volsky on April 17, 2014
But the separatist's leader is denying that his group distributed the flyers in question.
By Hayes Brown on April 15, 2014
Russia's economy has taken a hit since the Ukraine crisis started -- and it could get worse for Moscow in the near future.
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By Ari Phillips on April 15, 2014
The 20 megawatt solar array will provide about a quarter of the annual electricity use for Fort Huachuca in southeast Arizona.
By Hayes Brown on April 14, 2014
The Muslim Public Affairs Council is urging Islamic leaders to confront extremism directly, in hopes of preventing radicalization in their communities.
By Lauren C. Williams on April 14, 2014
Google seems to be caught in the middle of Russia-Ukraine conflict after it officially made Crimea a part of Russia in Google Maps.
By Travis Waldron on April 14, 2014
"This would be a further step towards full participation by girls and women at all levels of sport in the country," the International Olympic Committee said of a pending council recommendation.
The former Arkansas governor compared the U.S. to a country that commits crimes U.N. investigators have called comparable to Nazi Germany.
By Hayes Brown on April 13, 2014
Despite Moscow's denials, it's looking like Crimea all over again in eastern Ukraine.
By Ben Armbruster on April 11, 2014
Some conservatives don't like Charles Krauthammer's advice that the GOP should drop their Benghazi witch hunts.