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The Obama Administration is turning its focus back to the Asia-Pacific, and President Barack Obama's big trip there, beginning with a state visit to Japan on Wednesday and Thursday before proceeding to South Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
The first American troops arrived in Poland on Wednesday, after Washington said it was sending a force of 600 there and to the Baltic states amid rising tensions with Russia over Ukraine.
Canada will send up to 500 people to monitor Ukraine's presidential election next month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday.
Canada is sending a message to Russia by deploying up to 500 people to monitor Ukraine's presidential election next month, a Harper government cabinet minister said Wednesday.
Estonian logistics and transit companies are actively participating at the transit fair TransRussia that started in Moscow this week.
Russia's April 21 offer to turn into Russians anyone who has lived on the territory of the former Soviet Union or Russian Empire and speaks Russian fluently has got the South Caucasus on edge.
Developers are moving forward with plans for unusually tall apartment buildings in this low-slung city in response to demand for housing that is greatly exceeding supply.
Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a nationally televised question-and-answer session in Moscow on April 17, 2014.
In a music scene full of transplants from other cities, Jess Scott carries the distinction of hailing from San Francisco.
Just a few days after giving birth, I recall the first celebration of Earth Day.
The Big Valley Travel Club offers trips to games at the Oakland Coliseum and San Francisco through May 5. Call 634-6804 for information on dates, times and cost.
Codeine, an opiate valued for its sedative and painkilling properties, is still given to children visiting hospital emergency rooms despite documented risks, says a new study by researchers at the Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco.
A window ledge on 24th Street contains reminders of people and businesses that have disappeared over the years as home and retail prices have risen in San Francisco's Mission District, driving longtime residents out.
The Salon Dore exhibit, a recreation of an 18th century Parisian room originally from the Hotel de La Tremoille, has undergone a painstaking 18-month restoration and is once again open to the public at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has crusaded against gambling, calling it a dangerous addiction and a magnet for organized crime.
Inspired by a video exploring the damage caused by sugary foods, one family went without sugar for an entire year-and lived to tell about it.