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In Kiev, Leaders Ink A Deal — But Will The People Follow?
After two days of violence and more than 100 deaths, calm has settled in Kiev. Opposition leaders signed a peace deal with the Ukrainian president, but it's unclear whether protesters will embrace it.
The Ties that Bind Eastern Ukraine To Russia
While Kiev is the epicenter of conflict, the clashes have been felt elsewhere in Ukraine. Sergei Shtukarin of the Center for Political Studies explains the country's Russian-influenced eastern region.
Fannie Mae: Now Free From Debt But Still Under Government's Wing
With another $7.2 billion in payments to the Treasury Department, Fannie Mae is now in the black for the first time since it entered conservatorship in 2008. Yet Fannie's future is as murky as ever.
Meeting Minutes Show Human Side To Fiscal Crisis
The Federal Reserve has released transcripts from more than a dozen meetings that took place in 2008, as Fed officials and other regulators struggled to get on top of an unfolding crisis.
New Military Ethics Chief Will Face A Full Plate
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to appoint a senior officer to oversee military ethics, in response to recent high-profile ethics problems. Whoever takes the job will face a stiff challenge.
Texan's Final Campaign May Act As National Barometer
Republican Ralph Hal of Texas, the longest-serving member of the House, has escaped anti-incumbent moods in the past, but if there's such a wave building in 2014, his district may be an indication.
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