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F1 preview: A lap of the Russian Grand Prix
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Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces
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Lukashenko goes to Russia: What the meeting of 'brothers' could mean for Belarus' future
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Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline
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Tattoo festival brightens up Black Sea resort
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Russia pledges $1.5 billion to BelarusRussian President Vladimir Putin met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko for the first time since political unrest began last month in Belarus. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News..
Olympic hockey player David Backes returns from Sochi with stray dogsTeam USA Olympic hockey player David Backes returned home from the 2014 winter games in Sochi with two stray dogs that he named Sochi Junior and Sochi Jake.
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Under Armour CEO under fire for Olympic speed suit controversySome Olympic speedskaters are blaming their Under Armour Mach 39 suit for their poor performance at Sochi. Kevin Plank, founder and CEO of Under Armour, talks about the controversy with the "CBS This..
U.S. women fall to Canada in Olympic hockey finalCanada beat the U.S. 3-2 in a dramatic gold medal rematch in the women’s hockey game during the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Steve Futterman reports.
War veteran bobsledder competes in Sochi for fellow soldiersIraqi war veteran Chris Fogt is competing in his second Olympics as a member of the U.S. bobsledding team. He is part of the US Army World Class Athlete program, which allows soldiers to compete as..
Winter Olympics 2014: USA women's hockey to face off against Canadian rivalsThe U.S. and Canadian women's hockey teams will play for the gold medal. The teams have been rivals since women's hockey was first included in the Olympics in 1998. CBS News' Steve Futterman reports..
Lauryn Williams takes silver in bobsled, just misses Olympic historyAmerican Lauryn Williams became just the fifth person to win medals at both the Summer and Winter Olympics. In Sochi, she was part of the two-person bobsled team that took silver. Williams won a gold..
U.S. strikes Olympic gold for the second day in a rowFor a second straight day, the U.S. struck gold at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Steve Futterman reports.
Winter Olympics 2014: USA medals in men's snowboard crossAmerican Alex Deibold won the bronze medal in men's snowboard cross. Meanwhile, USA hockey teams prepare for big matches. CBS News' Steve Futterman reports from Sochi.
2/4: Winter storms put road salt, blood donations in short supply; Sochi Olympics are making life miserable for localsHighway officials in 12 states have reported they need more salt to fight off the snow and ice expected in the next batch of winter storms; and, with the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in..
2/5: U.S. warns terrorists may use toiletries to smuggle explosives to Sochi; Will other pharmacies follow CVS's lead on cigarettes?The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a warning to airlines that terrorists may try to hide explosives inside small tubes of toothpaste or skin care products; and, the country's..
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2/8: American wins gold on day 1 of Sochi games; new farm bill cuts $8.6 billion from food stampsThe first American to win a gold medal at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is slopestyle snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg. So far, Americans are 4th place in the medal count; and, The new farm bill, which..
Winter Olympics SecurityJuan Zarate, CBS News Senior National Security Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss the terror threats in Sochi, Russia.
Can new technology engineer the ideal Olympian?Winter Olympians in Sochi need athletic ability and training, but to win, they also need the latest technology. Jennifer Bogo, articles editor for Popular Science, joins “CBS This Morning:..
Sochi Olympics preparation continuesBeth Knobel, former CBS News Moscow Bureau Chief, discusses the lead up to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia just days away.
Slopestyle skier Gus Kenworthy saving Sochi puppiesGus Kenworthy, who recently won the first-ever silver medal in Olympic men's slopestyle skiing, is competing with Russian animal control authorities who've been ordered to kill stray dogs on Olympic..
Sochi Olympics kick off despite concernsOfficials in Sochi, Russia, say they are ready for the ceremonial kickoff of the 2014 Winter Olympics, but not everyone is convinced because hotels, construction work, and other projects are still not..
Gay-rights activists say Sochi Olympics tainted by Russian lawWith less than a week until the Winter Olympic Games begin in Sochi, Russia, gay-rights activists and human-rights groups say the games are tainted by Russia's new anti-gay propaganda law. They're..
Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: organizers scramble to finish preparationsThere is growing concern organizers in Sochi won't be ready for this Friday's opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games. Mark Philips reports on the last-minute work.
Regional security threats hang over Sochi OlympicsFlash Points: CBS News National Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the unrest near Sochi, Russia that has officials concerned about..
Security concerns loom over U.S. OlympiansWith Russian anti-terror forces on high alert, and speculation that the security perimeter around Sochi may have been breached, U.S. Olympians are altering their plans and taking precautions ahead of..
Sochi Olympics: Security tightens as new video threat surfacesAn Islamic militant group that claimed responsibility for suicide bombings that killed 34 people last month posted a video threatening to strike at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Russian security forces..
Billie Jean King on civil rights and SochiGroundbreaking tennis champion Billie Jean King will represent the U.S. in Sochi at the Winter Olympics as a member of the presidential delegation for the Games' opening ceremony. King joins “CBS..
Turkey's Erdogan says Russia not abiding by Syria agreements: NTVTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia was not abiding by the Sochi or Astana agreements regarding Syria's northwestern Idlib province, broadcaster NTV reported on Wednesday.
Syria's SDF says it will redeploy from Turkey border under Russia dealThe Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Sunday it agreed to re-deploy away from the Syria-Turkey border, in accordance with an agreement brokered by Russia in Sochi earlier this week.
AP Top Stories October 22Here are the top stories for Tuesday, October 22nd: Trump calls impeachment inquiry a "lynching"; Presidents of Turkey and Russia meet in Sochi; more.
Turkey, Russia reached deal for 'terror-free safe zone': Turkish officialTurkey reached an "excellent" agreement with Russia to establish a "terror-free safe zone" in northern Syria, a senior Turkish official said on Tuesday after President Tayyip Erdogan met Russian..
Turkey and Russia to discuss removal of Kurdish militia from Syrian townsTurkey and Russia will discuss the removal of the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia from the northern Syrian towns of Manbij and Kobani during talks in Sochi next week, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut..
Turkey's Erdogan to meet Putin in Russia October 22Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Black Sea city of Sochi on Oct. 22, the Turkish presidency said on Wednesday.
Israel must have freedom to act against Iran, Netanyahu says in RussiaIsrael must be allowed to act freely against Iran, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday during a visit to Sochi, where he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss security..