10 things to know for Tuesday, March 4: Putin halts war games near Ukraine's border
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It's not clear if his order is an attempt to heed the West's call to de-escalate the crisis that has put Ukraine's future on the line.
He'll try to reinforce U.S. support for the new government as the U.S. and its top allies grapple with Russia's military incursion into Ukraine.
The judge adjourns the proceedings after a prosecutor claims that a picture of a woman testifying in court was being shown on TV, despite a privacy order.
Ballots will be cast for a slate of open seats from the governor's office on down, with political observers watching to see how far to the right the state might go.
The harsh winter has helped Ace Hardware sell the most snow blowers and shovels in a decade, while waterproof boots have flown off L.L. Bean's shelves.
Under new rules, Everest climbers will each be made to bring down at least 17 pounds of rubbish.
Most people who abuse the addictive drugs obtain them free from friends or relatives, a study finds. Drug dealers are a relatively uncommon source.
The snapshot, retweeted by millions, was taken with a device made by Samsung — a commercial sponsor of the Academy Awards.
Bill Gates, who had trailed Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim Helu, reclaims the top spot on Forbes magazine's annual list with a fortune worth some $76 billion.
The NBA superstar puts on a scoring show, pouring in 61 points as Miami beats Charlotte 124-107.