AP'sNataliya Vasilyeva finds that children orphaned or abandoned were then dumpedby new families when Kiev stopped paying benefits to some foster families inrebel-held areas.
In Iraq, anormal life away from the harsh dominion of the Islamic State group begins withnewly-implemented departure taxes.
IslamicState militants accept a pledge of allegiance by the Nigerian-grown Boko Haramextremist group, which has been weakened by a multinational African force.
Demonstratorscall for calm but vow to keep pushing for change a day after the shooting oftwo police officers heightened tensions in the St. Louis suburb.
The JusticeDepartment is at odds with Google and privacy groups over its push to make iteasier to locate and hack into computers in criminal investigations.
The spaceagency launches four identical spacecraft on a billion-dollar mission to studythe explosive give-and-take of the Earth and sun's magnetic fields.
Thesuppression of ideas reflects a complex tangle of deep sensitivities and apolitical process that is deeply influenced by religious and caste loyalties.
Obama pays avisit to the Veterans Affairs medical center in Phoenix, epicenter of thehealth care scandal that rocked the VA last year.
The public'sright to see government records is coming at an increasing price, and in manycases the fees and hourly charges are acting as barriers to transparency.
Ruth,Musial, Mantle and ... Ferrell? The funnyman storms through five springtraining ballparks in Arizona, playing all nine positions.