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By Gerald Imray, Associated Press
A former senior FBI official will appear in a federal court, but not as an investigator or a government witness. Charlie McGonigal is charged with hiding $225,000 he received from a former Albanian intelligence officer while he was still with…
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
The Group of Seven, representing some of the world’s leading economies, is still figuring out how to execute a plan agreed on in September to pay only cut-rate prices for Russian oil — and the Dec. 5 deadline to marshal…
By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
How do American leaders and their allies intend to respond if President Vladimir Putin seeks to escalate his way out of a bad situation on Ukraine’s battlefields, and makes good on renewed threats of annexing territory or even using nuclear weapons?…
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Lorne Cook, Associated Press
President Joe Biden has been calling on U.S. oil and gas companies to drill more. In Oklahoma, one of the nation's most productive oil regions, producers say there are hurdles to meet that demand, even though they want the president…
By Adam Kemp
By Paul Solman, Diane Lincoln Estes
The rise of oil prices since Russia invaded Ukraine five weeks ago is one key part of the larger economic fallout from the war and from the tough sanctions the U.S. and many other countries have imposed on Russia in…
By Tom Krisher, Associated Press
Fueled largely by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, gas prices worldwide have skyrocketed.
By Cathy Bussewitz, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
With Russia intensifying its war on Ukraine, killing civilians and triggering a mass refugee crisis, President Joe Biden announced a U.S. ban on imported Russian oil.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Shell says it will stop buying Russian oil and natural gas, and shut down service stations and other operations in the country amid international pressure for companies to sever ties over the invasion of Ukraine.
By Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Sanctions on Russia are starting to wreak havoc on global trade, with potentially devastating consequences for energy and grain importers while also generating ripple effects across a world still struggling to overcome pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions.
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