President Biden's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made a strong impression at her White House introduction.
Steve Schmidt explains that Donald Trump laid the groundwork for Putin's invasion by obliterating the truth.
Vladimir Putin says Ukraine isn’t a country. Yale historian Timothy Synder explains why he’s wrong.
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The threat of nuclear weapons never went away. But Putin’s invasion of Ukraine makes it visible again.
The 11-1 vote — with China, India and the United Arab Emirates abstaining — showed significant opposition to Russia's invasion.
The Soviet Union died in 1991. Now Ukraine says Russia should give up the Soviet's Security Council seat.
This nomination, and this nominee, couldn’t have come at a more important time. Hopefully, Republican senators agree.
Russian authorities ordered Facebook to stop fact-checking its state-owned media companies. Facebook said no.
The invading forces have faced stiff resistance, but President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia could quickly send in more troops, Pentagon officials said.
Ukrainian troops dug in around the nation’s second-largest city a day after a fight to push back advancing Russian forces.
The 44-year-old president of Ukraine videotaped himself in Kyiv as Russian forces closed in on the capital, vowing to fight them to the end.
President Biden’s plan to counter Russia faces obstacles in an interconnected world. Russia also has a new, if not very enthusiastic, partner in standing up to the West: China.
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Putin has been very clear about his basic goals in invading: He wants to disarm Ukraine, sever its ties to the NATO military alliance and end the Ukrainian people's aspirations of joining the West. Guessing exactly how he plans to execute that plan is a different matter.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a military operation in Ukraine early Thursday. A battle is underway for control of Ukraine's capital, Kyiv. The US has warned Russia is seeking to encircle the city, and a Ukrainian official said it has been hit by missiles. Follow here for live news updates from the ground in Ukraine.
Ukrainian troops held on to the capital Kyiv for the third day on Saturday, despite Russia's stronger military power, after a night of fierce fighting that punctuated the city with sounds of explosions and gunfire.
The Biden administration is seeking $3.5 billion in additional military funding, plus $2.9 billion for humanitarian and security assistance.
It is the first time the treaty's response force has been used for collective security, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said.
Kyiv was under bombardment in the pre-dawn hours of Friday morning, with Biden administration officials telling lawmakers the city was being encircled by Russian troops.
The move is in response to limits placed by the social network on state media content.
As Russian forces advanced on the capital city Kyiv, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on President Joe Biden and allies to do more to sanction Russia.
A majority of American voters say that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not have invaded Ukraine had former President Trump still been in office, according to a new survey released on Friday.
The White House has aggressively worked to rebut false narratives emanating from Russia about the crisis in Ukraine by proactively releasing intelligence information, a highly unusual strategy that experts and former off
The Biden administration will sanction Russian President Vladimir Putin and other top officials in Moscow in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Friday.
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Ukrainian staffers at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv are pleading for help from the State Department amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Ukrainian regular military forces and armed civilians have braced for a desperate defense of the capital city of Kyiv as invading Russian troops try to complete a quick-strike overthrow of the central government.
The White House asked Congress on Friday to provide $6.4 billion to help Ukraine in its fight against Russia's invasion, according to multiple reports.
Political candidates should be careful what they say about opponents. They may find their words coming back to haunt them.
Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said Friday on CNN's "The Situation Room" that "at the invitation of Ukraine" we should declare Ukraine a no-fly zone "enforced by NATO and the United States." | Clips
NATO activated its Response Force, setting off a request for members to supply forces as the alliance seeks to deter a Russian attack.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Friday on MSNBC's "The Last Word" that former President Donald Trump was "despicable" for praising Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. | Clips
A majority of Americans believe that Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if Trump were still in office, according to a recent poll.
NATO announced today that it was activating its response force for the first time ever. Unfortunately, this does nothing for Ukraine who is not a member. American Military News reports: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) activated its response force for the first time ever on Friday. The response force is being activated as part…
President Trump’s former top advisor responds to the unconstitutional Jan 6 committee. The utterly disgraceful committee is not seeking justice but is seeking punishment for anyone connected to President Trump. Steve Bannon responded to the corrupt, biased, and unconstitutional Jan 6 Committee in a filing today sent to the committee. In his response, Bannon begins…
The FCC is investigating American media, telecommunication, and infrastructure companies for potential Russian ownership ties.
Putin declared a "special military operation" in Ukraine. Now, Europe is witnessing its first major war in decades.
Kyiv officials are warning residents that street fighting is underway against Russian forces, and they are urging people to seek shelter.
Former President Donald Trump and former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised Russian President Vladimir Putin's strategy in Ukraine. Pompeo, in a February 18, 2022 interview, said Putin is "very shrewd, very capable. I have enormous respect for him" and referred to the Russian president as a "elegantly sophisticated counterpart." Trump referred to Putin's strategy in Ukraine as "genius," and wished Putin's "peacekeeper" forces could be used on the United States' Southern border.
The Ukrainian capital is transformed into a battle zone, and President Volodymyr Zelensky warns against false reports of his demise. NATO leaders said more troops would be deployed.
Russia's invasion was fiercely resistance by Ukrainian nationals and the government, but President Volodymyr Zelensky warned the worst was still to come.
The new overland option is something that “we’re prepared to do for weeks, for months, whatever it takes,” one diplomat from a NATO country told POLITICO.
Kazakhstan, a neighbor and ally of Russia, has reportedly denied a request for its troops to join Russian forces in their invasion of Ukraine.
President Joe Biden left the White House on Friday to return home to Delaware, despite Russia's increasingly violent attack on Ukraine.
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