Hollande and Merkel will travel to Kiev and then to Moscow with a proposal "based on the territorial integrity of Ukraine."
The 2014 Winter Olympics' overrun costs are forcing Russian taxpayers to pick up the tab as oligarchs offload investments in facilities to recoup millions of dollars.
King Abdullah of Jordan says he will launch a "harsh" war against the extremists who burned a Jordanian captive pilot to death.
A Taiwanese aviation official tells the Associated Press that the pilot issued a distress call moments before the ATR 72 plane crashed in Taipei.
The proposal is a victory for "net neutrality," the idea that providers should allow data to move across networks without interference.
The woman stopped her SUV between the crossing gates on the railroad track north of New York City before a commuter train slammed into it, killing six people.
An AP-GfK poll finds that Americans narrowly favor allowing same-sex couples to marry. But 57% of those polled said wedding-related businesses should be free to deny them services if they had religious objections.
The embattled Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez is causing an online stir with a tweet that mocked her Chinese hosts' accents in Beijing.
The TV anchor apologizes on the air for spreading the false story that he was on a helicopter that came under enemy fire in Iraq in 2003.
Some in her Alabama hometown aren't sure the author, who is in an assisted living facility, was fully involved in the decision to publish a sequel to "To Kill a Mockingbird."