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While the annexation of Crimea has rocketed President Vladimir Putin’s approval rating to more than 80 percent, it has also contributed to a sobering downturn in Russia’s economy, which was in trouble even before the West imposed sanctions. With inflation rising, growth stagnating, ...
This might not be how Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson planned it, but playing the Miami Heat suits him just fine. "It's gonna be a dog fight playing against the defending champions," Jefferson said after Wednesday's 91-86 overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Teams from N.C. State University and Colorado State University predict average to below-average hurricane activity in 2014.
Bank of America was once again hammered by financial crisis-era legal woes in the first quarter, and Wednesday’s earnings report raised fresh questions about just how much the bank will be forced to pay going forward.
Sam LoPiccolo worried about local families that couldn’t afford enough food. So she and her sister started Grow Our Kids, a program that provides food to needy families at Salem Elementary School in Apex. Now she hopes others will duplicate her efforts.
America’s diplomats and generals aren’t alone in watching the unfolding conflict between Russia and neighboring Ukraine. The U.S. agriculture sector is following the faraway events closely for reasons of both opportunity and risk.
And so began another day of bluster and hyperbole, of misinformation, exaggerations, conspiracy theories, overheated rhetoric and, occasionally, outright lies about the political crisis in Ukraine that have emanated from the highest echelons of the Kremlin and reverberated on state-controlled Russian...
The federal government appears to have shielded murder suspect F. Glenn Miller Jr. in the early 1990s as part of its witness protection program, potentially providing money for his family – and causing lingering confusion over his name.
A Cleveland County middle school science teacher has been arrested after authorities say she sent obscene videos and pictures of herself to at least two students.