1/6 Committee member Rep. Adam Schiff said that Garland and the DOJ should investigate Trump.
The trucker convoy did eventually come to DC sort of, as they spent Sunday protesting high gas prices by doing laps around the Beltway.
Former child actor turned threat to Costco employees everywhere, Ricky Schroder was denied entry to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Museum.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) gave a humiliating defense as he tried to explain away jeopardizing Zelensky's life.
Putin’s invasion in February began Europe’s first major war in decades.
Mass bombardments and cluster munitions are reminiscent of the wars in Syria and Chechnya.
The Ukrainian president criticized Western leaders for not responding to Russia threatening to strike the smaller country's military-industrial complex.
The Russian president also said third parties that initiate a no-fly zone will be considered "participants" in war. Meanwhile, Ukrainians are trying to flee two cities amid chaos.
The head of Ukraine’s security council called on Russia to create humanitarian corridors to allow children, women and the elderly to escape the fighting.
President Joe Biden has warned Kremlin-aligned oligarchs that the U.S. and its European allies are coming for their superyachts.
The United States has walked to the edge of direct conflict with Russia in an operation that is reminiscent of the Berlin airlift of 1948-49, but far more complex.
“Few expected such strength from our people,” said a Ukrainian colonel whose soldiers have repelled a Russian attack on the port city of Mykolaiv for three days.
Russian forces hit a bridge being used by civilians evacuating the fighting in Ukraine. Four people were killed.
With most Ukrainian men legally prohibited from leaving Ukraine, the international border gates serve as a painful filter, splitting families as women and children move on.
Alleged cease-fire violations by Russia block evacuation of Ukrainian civilians.
An increasing number of Republicans and Democrats are calling for a U.S. import ban to punish President Vladimir Putin.
Anti-war protesters in St. Petersburg, Russia were violently beaten by police Sunday, videos posted to social media show.
In a discussion with National Security Analyst Peter Bergen, retired US Army Major General Mike Repass explains what he sees happening next as the war in Ukraine grinds on.
American and European leaders have been resistant to a no-fly zone, arguing that it would unleash a wider war.
Poland wants to donate its old MiGs to Ukraine. But there’s a catch — it needs U.S. jets.
The world is on the verge of recording its 6 millionth official COVID-19 death, underscoring that the pandemic is far from over
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that Ukrainian statehood is in jeopardy, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a “desperate plea” for more planes
Survivors of the 1992-95 siege of Bosnia's capital can't look away from what they say is a very similar tragedy now unfolding in Ukraine
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said in a letter Sunday that the House is exploring legislative options to isolate Russia, including a ban on Russian oil and energy.
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The Russian military is adding more of its troops staged at the border into Ukraine roughly 11 days into the invasion.
Widespread disarray is generating rising frustration among Russian special forces as the Kremlin's war on Ukraine reached the 11-day mark, according to a new report.
These Ukrainians are having fun at Russia's expense.
Elon Musk reminds the world that liberty matters, and that he will not be pushed around: 'Sorry to be a free speech absolutist.'
Robert J. O’Neill, the former U.S. Navy SEAL that killed Osama bin Laden, is blasting Senator Lindsey Graham over his call for someone to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin. Speaking to TMZ, O’Neill said that as a Senator, Graham shouldn’t have made those comments. “As a sitting Senator, that’s not, he shouldn’t be saying that,…
President Biden has been providing Ukraine with real-time intelligence to protect President Zelensky's life.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s forces continued to pummel some cities with rockets even after the announcement of safe corridors.
The U.S. refused to reconsider Ukraine's NATO status as Putin threatened war. Experts say that was a huge mistake.
Russian shelling imperiled evacuation efforts, with at least three civilians killed in an attack outside Kyiv. Ukrainian forces held off, for the moment, a Russian advance on a key southern city.
At least 4,640 people were detained during protests in Russia on Sunday, OVD-Info, an independent monitoring group that tracks detentions in Russia, reports.
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