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The cease-fire meant to end nearly a year of fighting in eastern Ukraine looks increasingly fragile. David Greene talks to Katerina Malofeyeva, a resident of Donetsk, who assists journalists.
A company that once paid Lance Armstrong millions of dollars for winning the Tour de France announced he has to pay $10 million of it back. The award was the result of an arbitration hearing.
Libya is a country divided. We hear from the defense ministers for the rival governments at war with each other. Extremism is thriving in the security vacuum.
School closings and high crime in some neighborhoods are big issues as Rahm Emanuel battles four challengers who want his job. President Obama is headed to town to give his former top aide a boost.
Lesley Gore was most known for her anthem of teen angst, but her career had multiple hits, as well as an Oscar nomination. She was only 16 when she released "It's My Party."
A federal judge in Texas said President Obama had overstepped his authority. The president's plan was designed to shield from deportation as many as 4 million people living in this country illegally.