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  • Megyn Kelly: Election-night ratings crown her queen of cable news

    Megyn Kelly: Election-night ratings crown her queen of cable news
    Election night was very good for Fox News Channel's Megyn Kelly. The host of "The Kelly File" rounded up 2.9 million total viewers during her 9 p.m. Eastern time slot, according to Nielsen. That was around the time Fox and other news organizations...
  • Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali

    Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- An Al Qaeda-linked militia in northern Mali has claimed responsibility for the killing of two French journalists in the northern town of Kidal. The Radio France International journalists, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon,...
  • CNN in pickle with fickle viewers

    CNN in pickle with fickle viewers
    CNN, the network that proved there is an audience for a 24-hour news channel, is struggling to hold onto viewers and stay competitive in the ratings race with Fox News and MSNBC. Fox has a solid hold on the top spot and has done it by being the...
  • Pussy Riot leader now serving time in central Siberia

    Pussy Riot leader now serving time in central Siberia
    MOSCOW -- Pussy Riot leader Nadezhda Tolokonnikova is  now in a prison hospital near Krasnoyarsk in central  Siberia, a Russian official said Tuesday. “Tolokonnikova has arrived in the Krasnoyarsk territory, where she will serve the rest of her...
  • Paul McCartney asks Russia's Putin to release Greenpeace activists

    Paul McCartney asks Russia's Putin to release Greenpeace activists
    Paul McCartney appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday to release 30 Greenpeace activists detained for staging a protest two months ago at an Arctic drilling platform, reminding the Kremlin leader of their friendly 2003 meeting and the...
  • Russian plane crashes in gusty weather, killing 50

    Russian plane crashes in gusty weather, killing 50
    MOSCOW — A Boeing 737 being operated by a regional airline crashed in gusty weather Sunday evening while attempting to land at the airport in Kazan in central Russia, killing all 50 people on board, authorities said. The Tatarstan Airlines...
  • Wind gusts reported at Russian plane crash site; all 50 onboard die

    Wind gusts reported at Russian plane crash site; all 50 onboard die
    MOSCOW — A Russian passenger plane crashed in gusty weather Sunday evening while attempting to land at the airport in Kazan in central Russia, killing all 50 people on board, authorities said. The Boeing 737, with 44 passengers and six crew...
  • Ukraine bows to Russian pressure, suspends EU entry bid

    Ukraine bows to Russian pressure, suspends EU entry bid
    Ukraine announced Thursday that it was suspending its bid to join the European Union in favor of working toward better trade ties with Russia, a sign of the Kremlin's success in keeping a former Soviet republic within its political orbit. Prime Minister...
  • China scrambles jets to track U.S., Japanese planes in disputed zone

    China scrambles jets to track U.S., Japanese planes in disputed zone
    In an escalation of the standoff over islands in the East China Sea, the Chinese Defense Ministry said Friday that  it had scrambled two fighter jets to identify U.S. and Japanese planes flying through claimed airspace without notice. It was the...
  • North Koreans release purported confession by Palo Alto detainee

    North Koreans release purported confession by Palo Alto detainee
    BEIJING -- North Korea said Saturday the 85-year-old Korean War veteran from Palo Alto it detained last month was held because of “hostile acts” against the Communist regime during the war and during his 10-day trip as a tourist. Pyongyang&...
  • Ukraine protest blocks access to government building; strike declared

    Ukraine protest blocks access to government building; strike declared
    KIEV, Ukraine -- Protesters blocked access to the government's headquarters in central Kiev on Monday and declared a general strike as Ukraine's most serious political crisis since the Orange Revolution of 2005 reached the country's far-flung regions...