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He says Congress should let the situation play out for "a while" before trying to impose sanctions.
Washington's wintry weather continues to eat into an already sparse congressional calendar.
The hourlong event, co-hosted by three largest Spanish-language media outlets, will air Thursday.
It says the GOP has warned about Putin for years.
Russian markets take the biggest hit with the Moscow Exchange tumbling nearly 11 percent.
The House speaker says it's time to stand up to the Russian leader.
She'll focus on reaching out to young people there and on sharing her travel experiences.
The copy desk will be the hardest hit and regional editions will be scaled back to once a week.
Included on the list are challengers to some of the biggest Republican targets.
Its design and development office will work to improve the Web platform and create ad products.
The storm dumps 7 inches of snow on D.C., and 3,000 flights across the U.S. are canceled.
"We as a world community have to stand tall against what Russia has done," says Rep. Marcy Kaptur.
The firm is buying the public affairs shop founded by Lanny Davis and Michael Steele.
A dozen Republicans are vying to replace the firebrand conservative Texas congressman.
Both liberal and conservatives groups are hoping the IRS will pare back the proposals.
Republicans had vowed for more than three years to slash the top individual income tax rate.
His foray into the Deep South seems to be part of a strategy to position himself for 2016.
At last, politicians in Washington find a fight they don't want to have.
Move over @BarackObama, Academy Awards host Ellen DeGeneres has unseated the president.