May 01

Russia now an adversary, NATO official says

WASHINGTON -- NATO's second-ranking official says Moscow's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula and its destabilizing actions in eastern Ukraine have compelled the U.S.-led alliance to start treating Russia as more of an enemy than a partner.

Apr 28

U.S. imposes new sanctions on Putin associates

The new penalties were a response to what the West says is Russia's failure to live up to commitments it agreed to under an international accord aimed at ending the dispute. The White House says Russia's involvement in the recent…

There is little American political will for strong U.S. intervention in Ukraine, a new poll finds. While a majority, 55 percent, say the situation in Ukraine is key to U.S. national interests, 50 percent of Americans don’t think the U.S.

In Ukraine's first military action against pro-Russian uprisings in the east, army troops have regained control over a small airport near Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, according to Ukraine’s acting president Oleksandr Turchynov.