Putin has instructed Russian media to feature Tucker Carlson as much as possible as part of his information war.
What history teaches us about how autocrats lose power — and how Putin might hang on.
Cities like Mariupol are running out of clean water, food, and medicine.
The attacked training base near Yavoriv is less than 15 miles from the Polish border and appears to be the westernmost target struck during Russia’s 18-day invasion.
Russian soldiers pillaged a humanitarian convoy that was trying to reach Mariupol and blocked another, a Ukrainian official said.
Tucker Carlson devoted segments on his show to the baseless claim. Donald Trump Jr. said the unfounded theories were proven to be a “fact."
At least 35 people were killed and 134 injured after Russia conducted missile strikes overnight, targeting a base12 miles from Ukraine's border with Poland, also known as the International Center for Peace Keeping and Security, that regularly hosts NATO instructors, soldiers and drills.
Ukrainian officials said a Russian airstrike hit a military base about 20 miles from the Polish border. The attack killed at least 35 people and injured more than 130. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited wounded soldiers at a hospital in an undisclosed location. And the U.S. State Department confirmed that an American journalist was killed by Russian forces in Ukraine.
Attempts at diplomacy have hit a stone wall as President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia refuses to engage in any serious negotiation, but his endgame is unclear.
Thousands of Russians saw their comfortable, middle-class lives fade overnight with the invasion ordered by President Vladimir V. Putin.
Residents of a town near Poland’s border awoke to frightful sounds and an awareness they were no longer safe.
Jake Sullivan, the U.S. national security adviser, plans to meet with a top Chinese official on Monday in Rome to discuss the war and China’s role.
In light of Russia's newly imposed draconian anti-press law, journalists are ceasing to report from inside Russia and many have left the country — including international reporters from outlets such as CNN and The New York Times.
Sunday is coming to a close in Ukraine as the Russian invasion is nearing its third week.
Russia has asked China for military assistance in Ukraine, a senior US official said, and the Ukrainian military has thwarted an attempt by Russian military vehicles to cross the Irpin River.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan says strike near NATO territory “does not come as a surprise to the American intelligence and national security communities.”
Such a request could indicate that Moscow fears its position after struggling to advance deeper into Ukraine more than two weeks into its invasion.
Brent Renaud, a Peabody-winning filmmaker, was working on a project on the global refugee crisis when he was shot by Russian forces outside Kyiv.
Senior military officials told the Hill they wanted to train Ukrainians on unconventional warfare tactics. But the idea was stopped cold over the administration's worries about escalation.
The U.S. and China are sending top aides to Rome on Monday as tensions between the two countries mount over the Russia-Ukraine war and worries spread that the conflict will take even darker turns
Journalists are no longer allowed into the city of Irpin, Ukraine, after Russian forces killed a U.S. reporter Sunday.
China is unapologetic about warning Western powers not to interfere with any course it might take to bring Taiwan under its control.
NATO countries are weighing military assistance to Ukraine carefully.
The two sides expressed cautious optimism ahead of talks on Monday. Russia expanded its range of attacks, killing 35 at a base near Poland’s border. Moscow asked China for aid for the war, U.S. officials said.
The pressure underscores the growing hawkishness among members of Congress, who have been calling on the administration to do more to help Ukraine defend itself against Russian attacks.
The journalism and media communities mourned the death of American documentarian Brent Renaud on Sunday after he was killed in the fighting in Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Russia is on the verge of attacking NATO territory after a deadly Russian missile strike on a Ukrainian training center roughly 10 miles from the border with Poland, a NATO member.
This story was constructed with the SHARI Process:
- The StoryGraph Toolkit extracted URIs from the biggest story of the day from the StoryGraph service
- Hypercane performed the following steps:
- It accepted the list of original resource URIs from the output of the StoryGraph Toolkit, and queried the Memento Aggregator to find as many mementos as possible
- For resources that were not already mementos, it submitted them to web archives with ArchiveNow
- It analyzed all mementos to automatically discover the most frequent sumgrams and named entities present in the overall story
- It analyzed all images in these mementos to automatically select the best image for the overall story
- It then formatted the data for the story based on all of this input
- Raintale took the input from Hypercane and rendered the final product with information supplied by MementoEmbed