Simferopol, Ukraine (CNN) - Tension dramatically mounted in Ukraine's Crimea region Friday as its ambassador to the United Nations warned Russia against any further violation of its territorial borders, a warning that came as the United States urged Russia to pull back from the region or face possible consequences.
"We are now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the Russian Federation inside Ukraine," U.S. President Barack Obama said in televised comments from the White House.
"...It would be a clear violation of Russia's commitment to respect the independence and sovereignty and borders of Ukraine and of international laws."
Obama said any violation of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity would be "deeply destabilizing, and he warned "the United States will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military intervention in Ukraine."
"Do the right thing"
That's what someone spray painted on the wall of the house next to where Spike Lee used to live in Brooklyn.
The message, which also happens to be the title of Lee's 1989 film, appears to be backlash from this seven minute rant on gentrification.
"So, why did it take this great influx of white people to get the schools better?" Lee says. "Why's there more police protection in Bed Stuy and Harlem now? Why's the garbage getting picked up more regularly? We been here!"
The actor and director's comments on Tuesday sparked controversy over the issue of whether gentrification is good or bad.
D.K. Smith is the one who asked Lee the question that started it all and he is OutFront.
It's a story that's so bizarre, it's hard to believe it's true.
But it is.
A 78-year old man in Mississippi was declared dead Wednesday by a coroner, but hours later, as the body was about to be embalmed - a miracle - the man started moving from inside the body bag.
CNN's David Mattingly is OutFront with the story.
He is the lead pirate in the thriller "Captain Phillips," and his name is Barkhad Abdi.
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If you didn't see the movie, he plays Muse opposite Tom Hanks and he is up for best supporting actor at this Sunday's 86th Academy Awards.
CNN's Poppy Harlow recently caught up the Somali-American actor in his home town.