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Officials say that they cannot yet confirm who shot the missile.
He says they "failed to give the Ukrainians weapons with which to defend themselves."
The liberal comic is recieving backlash after a tweet he sent out amid tensions in the Middle East.
Their heads might be with Hillary Clinton, but their hearts are decidedly with Elizabeth Warren.
The radio host's trip is a culmination of weeks of talking about the crisis in much softer terms.
High-profile politicians say the bank should have known that a campaign treasurer was embezzling.
Opinion: The Russian president has yet to make a clean break with the rebels.
If Russia or separatists are responsible, tougher sanctions against Russia are almost certain.
"The questions I'd be asking is, No. 1, 'Who could have shot it down?'" she says.
The vice president ticks through income inequality, climate change and immigration reform.
He says Republicans are trying to blame unions for the economic challenges facing workers.
A Gaza official says all borders "are under fire."
The four Democrats on the Rules Committee ask for the bill and how the House plans to pay for it.
Opinion: Here's how we can solve America's current refugee crisis.
The caller says the Malaysian plane went down due to a "blast of wind" from Howard Stern.
The acting secretary asks Congress for $17.6 billion to reform the agency.
Senate Intelligence Committee members said they couldn't draw any conclusions.
A judge says the state's constitutional ban effectively made gay couples second-class citizens.
Republicans blast the department for leading what they call a sham investigation.