By By Marie-Louise Gumuchian, Kellie Morgan and Matthew Chance
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine (CNN) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin defended the breakaway moves by the pro-Russian leaders of Crimea in conversations with two world leaders on Sunday, while the autonomous Ukrainian region was the scene of emotional demonstrations by both sides.
(CNN) -- In a move that is generating even more 2016 presidential buzz, the chairman of Iowa's Republican Party is leaving his position to work for Rand PAC, a group that supports Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
By Michael Martinez. Laura Smith-Spark and Matthew Chance
Hostilities intensified in Crimea on Saturday as Ukrainian officials accused pro-Russian forces of armed aggression and President Barack Obama rounded up world leaders to demand Russia "de-escalate the situation."
-- A California educator arrested after a former student accused her in a YouTube video of sexual abuse had her arraignment pushed back yet again Friday, meaning she won't formally answer to the charges for another six weeks.
Fearing that flocks of unmanned aircraft might soon traverse U.S. skies, the Federal Aviation Administration on Friday quickly appealed a judge's ruling that the agency does not have the authority to regulate commercial drones.
The distribution of condoms is allowed in Boston Public Schools, but the packaging of some of those condoms is causing controversy in the city.
The condoms were donated by a Boston-based company called One.