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The Pulitzer Prize-winning energy historian says it's "counterproductive for Russian interests."
The incumbent Mississippi Republican's television ads will feature positive messages.
It's another instance in which she is tethered to the current administration's decisions.
Opinion: Is the president up to what could be his toughest foreign policy decision in Ukraine?
Opinion: It's not enough to count solely on the idea that Obama will drag the Democrats down.
Christiane Amanpour calls out Blitzer for quoting a Russian official.
Eric Cantor says he had spoken to committee chairmen about assembling an aid package.
The first female executive producer of NBC Nightly News is leaving the network after 37 years.
The president's call to isolate Russia will involve support he might not have internationally.
The former strategist for Hillary Clinton is favored as chief strategy officer.
"No matter what Washington does now, eventually confrontation is inevitable," Garry Kasparov says.
Both get ready to increase economic pressure on Putin if he fails to end to his military incursion.
He says the negative ads are only encouraging him to jump into the New Hampshire Senate race.
The 90-year-old World War II veteran hangs on to his seat as other lawmakers leave D.C.
He says diplomatic efforts to end the incursion would continue throughout the week.
Its 60-second ad, called "Do Nothing," takes a notably tougher tone on immigration reform.
James Costa says people should tone down their snark of Michelle Obama's Let's Move program.
With Senate votes canceled and government offices closed, the Beltway sounds off.