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Two members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee called Sunday for beefing up western sanctions against Russia to include its petrochemical and banking industries and warned that Moscow thus far has ignored United States and European efforts to persuade it to back off its confrontation with Ukraine.
President Barack Obama has said his administration is prepared to take further action against Russia if diplomatic efforts to destabilize the conflict fail.
Corker, who plans to be in the region in May, said unless the Russians immediately begin moving the 40,000 troops on the border which are intimidating people in Ukraine, unless they begin immediately moving them away, I really do believe we should be sanctioning some of the companies in the energy sector, Gazprom and others.
Geoffrey Pyatt, the U.
 with eight months left on the job and a decision to make about the 2016 presidential race, the long-serving governor known for his Texas swagger is now the focus of a grand jury investigation that could cause more difficulty than any adversary has.
A judge seated a grand jury in Austin this week to consider whether Perry, who is weighing another run for the White House, abused his power when he carried out a threat to veto $7.5 million in state funding for public corruption prosecutors last summer.
The state Public Integrity Unit operates under Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, a Democrat who has been the subject of Republican grumbling that the office investigates through a partisan lens.
Craig McDonald, whose public watchdog group filed a complaint that a Texas judge took seriously enough to hire a special prosecutor, said the veto embodied a brash governor who's gotten too accustomed to dictating to others.
The public corruption unit, which prosecuted former Republican U.
Fox News broke the news Easter morning that the image of Jesus Christ had been found on a pancake, and even had a Catholic priest on hand to evaluate the breakfast food prior to a segment about the "War on Easter."
KABC on Friday reported that employees at a Southern California restaurant were making a "Mickey Mouse" pancake for a child customer when the "face of Jesus" appeared on the pancake.
"A pancake cooked up on Good Friday had an image of Jesus Christ," Fox & Friends host Wendell Goler told Father Jonathan Morris on Sunday.
"It looks like Forest Gump when he was running," co-host Ainsley Earhardt pointed out.
"Or John Lennon," co-host Clayton Morris added.
"Is it Jesus?" Goler laughed.
"Let's ask Father Jonathan Morris to weigh in on it," Morris said, turning to the Fox News contributor.
"I did not make that pancake, and I don't claim that is Jesus," Morris insisted.
From this Friday's PBS Newshour, NYT's columnist and regular, David Brooks did his best to downplay the antigovernment 'Patriots' that gathered near the scene of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's dispute over cattle grazing rights.
It looks like Bobo and Dana Milbank were reading the exact same set of talking points, with both of them claiming that this protest in no way is representative of a rebirth of the militia movement.