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The Political Crisis In Ukraine
The spiraling tensions in a nation torn between the West and Russia today took a severe new turn when Ukraine's interim president Oleksandr Turchynov accused Russian soldiers and local pro-Kremlin militia of staging raids on Crimea's main airport and another base on the southwest of the peninsula where pro-Moscow sentiments run high. Crimea is the new flash point in the conflict over how strongly Ukraine should align itself with Russia. Latest developments and analysis of the political crisis in Ukraine.

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Renewed Debate Over Common Core Standards And Testing
Forty-five states and the District of Columbia have signed on to Common Core standards since 2010. From the outset, several Republican-led states have objected to adopting the new guidelines. Now, long-time supporters are raising objections, including the nation's largest teachers' union.

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