10 things to know for Wednesday, March 19: Why Biden's Eastern Europe visit is key
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The vice president is poised to reassure Russia’s neighbors that what happened in Crimea won’t happen to them.
Crimea’s self-defense forces storm the Ukrainian navy headquarters in the Black Sea port of Sevastopol, taking possession without resistance.
New data give Malaysian investigators more potential clues for how to retrace the course of the missing Malaysian airliner.
Multimillionaire Bruce Rauner vowed in TV ads to run the Democratic stronghold like a business and curb the influence of government unions.
Investors will be watching closely for any hints of how new Fed chair Janet Yellen might differ from the path set by her predecessor, Ben Bernanke.
Expert says Reeva Steenkamp was standing in a bathroom and facing the closed door when she was hit in the hip by the first of four bullets fired by the double-amputee Olympian.
Republicans are trying to convert gains in statehouses to successes in this November’s congressional elections and the 2016 race for the White House, an AP review finds.
An AP survey finds that many of the best hospitals in the U.S. are not accepting new insurance policies under the Affordable Care Act.
An expedition is gearing up to hike and bike along the 1,200-mile trail of the wolf that trekked across Oregon into Northern California, a rare crossing for the species.
N.C. State and Albany, N.Y., post victories in play-in games to advance into the NCAA tournament.