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russia’s invasion of ukraine (14), ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky (13), war ukraine (10), war crimes (10), president joe biden (10)

Ron DeSantis Refuses To Deploy FL National Guard To Protect Biden SOTU

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has refused to deploy the Florida National Guard to help protect President Biden's SOTU address.

Putin Could Face War Crimes Charges As International Criminal Court Opens Investigation

International Criminal Court Prosecutor, Karim A.A. Khan has announced that he will open an investigation into Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Jen Psaki Takes Down Putin By Thanking Him For Uniting NATO

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had a takedown ready for Vladimir Putin by thanking him for uniting NATO.

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, explained

Putin declared a "special military operation" in Ukraine. Now, Europe is witnessing its first major war in decades.

Top ICC Prosecutor To Probe Possible War Crimes In Ukraine

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says he plans to open an investigation “as rapidly as possible."

Nigerian Government Condemns Racist Treatment Of Africans Fleeing Ukraine

African immigrants at Ukraine’s border with Poland reported being pushed aside and made to wait in the cold as white Ukrainians were allowed through to safety.

Opinion | Why calling Tucker Carlson a 'traitor' could backfire

The Fox News host has provided cover for Russia's invasion. But calling him a "traitor" misses the point.

Opinion | The Ukraine invasion could threaten Americans much sooner than we think

Biden should consider every feasible tool in his kit to counter Putin’s quest to conquer a free democratic nation.

After a Fumbled Start, Russian Forces Hit Harder in Ukraine

After days of miscalculation about Ukraine’s resolve to fight, Russian forces are turning toward an old pattern of opening fire on cities and mounting sieges.

As Sanctions Batter Economy, Russians Face the Anxieties of a Costly War

The ruble plunged, the stock market was shuttered and foreign investors shed holdings in Russian companies, deepening the concern among citizens who had become accustomed to the perks of globalization.

Ukraine War Tests the Power of Tech Giants

Google, Meta, Twitter, Telegram and others are levers in the conflict, caught between demands from Ukraine, Russia, the European Union and the U.S.

Rep. Fred Keller (R-Pa.) announces he won’t seek reelection

The announcement makes Keller the 14th House Republican to decline to seek reelection this year.

Analysis | Fox News’s Jennifer Griffin fully loses her patience with Fox’s Ukraine punditry

Griffin accused Fox military pundits of Putin "appeasement" and "extremely dangerous talk," while questioning their track records and credentials.

'Show this to Putin': A 6-year-old girl killed in Ukraine

A wounded girl arrived at a hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine. Despite frantic efforts, a medical team couldn't save her.

Foreign students fleeing Ukraine say they face segregation, racism at border

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, foreign students attempting to leave the country say they are experiencing racist treatment by Ukrainian security forces and border officials.

March 1, 2022 Russia-Ukraine news

Russia has ramped up war efforts, and President Putin ordered his country's deterrence forces — including nuclear arms — be placed on high alert. Follow here for live news updates from the ground in Ukraine.

Kyiv hit with strikes near TV tower hours after Russia threatened to bombard the Ukrainian capital | CNN

There are fears that Russia is attempting to knock out the city's communications infrastructure after hitting an area near Kyiv's TV tower, taking out broadcasting hardware, according to Ukraine's Ministry of Internal Affairs.

‘Yes, He Would’: Fiona Hill on Putin and Nukes

Putin is trying to take down the entire world order, the veteran Russia watcher said in an interview. But there are ways even ordinary Americans can fight back.

40-mile Russian convoy threatens Kyiv

Both sides looked to resume talks in the coming days aimed at stopping the fighting.

Live blog: War in Ukraine

Conflict heads into a sixth day as Western leaders to try to put pressure on Russia.

ICC prosecutor to open probe into war crimes in Ukraine

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says he plans to open an investigation “as rapidly as possible” into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine

US and allies bar Russian Central Bank from accessing reserves worldwide

The administration said the Kremlin would use them to mitigate other sanctions.

Ukrainian forces need more weapons, ambassador warns senators

Ukrainian ambassador Oksana Markarova told a bipartisan group of senators Monday that her country needs more help from the United States and could run out of military supplies to fend off a Russian invasion, accordi

Friend of Hunter Biden sent to jail for fraud

A longtime friend and former business partner of Hunter Biden was sentenced to just over a year in prison Monday for a fraudulent bond scheme aimed at swindling a Native American tribe as a separate federal investigation into President Joe Biden’s son’s taxes and business dealings continues.

Satellite images show 40-mile Russian military convoy near Kyiv

Satellite images show a Russian military convoy stretching more than 40 miles long near Ukraine's capital.

International Criminal Court to investigate alleged war crimes in Ukraine

The prosecutor for the International Criminal Court announced his intent to investigate whether war crimes or crimes against humanity have been committed in Ukraine.

DeSantis rejects request to send Florida National Guard to DC for Biden's State of the Union

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says he denied a request by the Biden administration to deploy the state's National Guard to Washington, D.C., ahead of President Joe Biden's first State of the Union address.

‘Destroy The Ruble’: Sen. Graham Calls For Crushing Russian Energy, Making Putin A ‘War Criminal’

Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said the U.S. needs to change Putin's mind by crushing Russian energy and labeling him a "war criminal."

‘Let Those Russian Sh*ts Come Here’: Ukrainian Grandma Shows CNN Her Stash of Molotov Cocktails

A Ukrainian grandmother in Ukraine's capital city of Kyiv is producing molotov cocktails to help fight against the Russian invasion.

Putin's Mercenaries Flown in from Africa with Hit List of 24, Including Ukrainian President Zelenskyy: Report

According to a source, mercenaries have been tracking Zelenskyy and others on the hit list by using their cell phones.

U.N.: Half a Million People Have Fled Ukraine Since Russian Invasion

An estimated 500,000 people have fled Ukraine to the eastern edge of the E.U. since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Vindman: Zelensky, Ukrainians 'Fortitude' Could Bring End of Putin

Former National Security Council Director for European Affairs U.S. Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said Monday on MSNBC's "Deadline" that President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ukrainian people resisting the Russian invasion could bring about the "beginning of the end" of Russian President Vladimir Putin. | Clips

Why the first few days of war in Ukraine went badly for Russia

Russia banked on Kyiv falling quickly. Here’s why it hasn’t.

Russian Forces Shell Ukraine’s 2nd Largest City And Menace Kyiv

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the attack on Kharkiv’s main square “frank, undisguised terror,” blaming a Russian missile and calling it a war crime.

What Happened on Day 5 of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine called for an international tribunal to investigate Russia for war crimes. Delegations from Kyiv and Moscow failed to make progress in Belarus.

U.S. officials: Russian escalation in Ukraine could lead to humanitarian crisis

Over the last several days, as many as 520,000 people have fled Ukraine, according to the United Nations.

Father kills his children and himself in California church shooting

Five people, including three children, are dead after a church shooting in Sacramento, California, on Monday, according to police.

White House Boasts Joe Biden 'Leading' Opposition Against Vladimir Putin 'Behind the Scenes'

The White House on Monday emphasized that President Joe Biden was uniting Europe against Russian President Vladimir Putin behind the scenes.

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