President Joe Biden announced the US will impose more than 500 new sanctions on Russia.
LA woman Ksenia Khavana is being held in a Russian prison on charges of treason. The Russian government accuses her of raising money, medicine and equipment for Ukrainian armed forces.
The woman, a ballerina who lives in Los Angeles, is facing 20 years in prison in Russia for donating about $50 to a charity that benefits Ukraine.
When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke with congressional leaders in Washington late last year he told them privately what is now public: With U.S. weapons, they could win the war against Russia, but without them Russian President Vladimir Putin would be victorious.
Russians mourning Alexei Navalny's death were detained as they tried to lay flowers at memorials.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said attacks against Ukraine will intensify in 2024.
Earlier this week, President Joe Biden touted a new military aid package worth $200 million for Ukraine. That may seem contradictory, but it’s due to the complex programs used to send aid to Ukraine.
Putin has held power for nearly 24 years. His year-end news conference lasted over four hours.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has told Americans his country is fighting for “our freedom and yours” as he made an impassioned for Congress to approve more assistance to fight Russia’s invasion.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is making his rounds across Washington.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is warning that “when the free world hesitates, that’s when dictatorships celebrate.”
The impasse is deepening in Congress despite dire warnings from the White House about the consequences of inaction in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin, 71, is already the longest-serving Kremlin leader since Josef Stalin.
Under constitutional reforms Vladimir Putin arranged, he is eligible to seek two more six-year terms after his current one expires next year, potentially allowing him to remain in power until 2036.
President Joe Biden will deliver only the second Oval Office address of his term on Thursday night to make the case for U.S. backing of Ukraine and Israel in a time of war.
The Oval Office address is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET on Thursday.
By omitting more Ukraine aid from the funding plan to keep the government running, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy closed the door on a Senate package that would have funneled $6 billion to Ukraine.
The bill passed Saturday to keep the federal government open did not include President Biden's request for more financial aid and security assistance to Ukraine.