KUALA LUMPUR/WASHINGTON - Investigators in Malaysia are voicing skepticism that the airliner that disappeared early Saturday with 239 people on board was the target of an attack, U.S. and European government sources said. Full Article | Slideshow
WASHINGTON - The White House on Monday forecast more robust economic growth in 2014 than last year and a further pickup in the economy for 2015.
UNITED NATIONS - The number of children affected by the civil war in Syria has more than doubled over the past year, with hundreds of thousands of young Syrians trapped in besieged parts of the country, the United Nations Children's Fund said. Full Article | Video
March 10 - Activist wounded at Crimea checkpoint as group try to cross to deliver letters of support and food for Ukrainian military units in the province. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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A banking union wasn’t strictly needed to solve the euro zone’s problems and what has been agreed on isn’t even what the designers wanted. That said, with a few changes, it could be turned into something that is fit for purpose. Commentary
A new report by Save the Children says nearly 10,000 young lives have been lost, not just from bullets and bombs, but from a lack of basic medical care in Syria. Video