Ukrainian twin refugees living in Laurel earn full-ride scholarships to college
Twin boys from Ukraine who fled to Maryland are now graduating from a local high school and heading off to college with scholarships.
Russia issues arrest warrant for Sen. Lindsey Graham over Ukraine comments
Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, noted in an edited video that “the Russians are dying” and described the U.S. military assistance to Ukraine as “the best money we’ve ever spent.”
Half of Americans support Pentagon's supply of weapons to Ukraine, poll finds
The survey finds American support for Washington's backing of Ukraine has ebbed slightly since Russia’s war began 15 months ago but remains strong.
Pope Francis’ Ukraine peace envoy criticizes war as a ‘pandemic’ that impacts everyone
Cardinal Matteo Zuppi was named the pope’s envoy, and his mission is to help ease tensions in the Russia-Ukraine war.
Biden endorses F-16 training for Ukrainians as Zelenskyy set to attend G7 summit
Leaders of the world’s most powerful democracies warned China and North Korea against building up their nuclear arsenals, pivoting to major northeast Asian crises ahead of the arrival later Saturday of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
G-7 summit: Biden, Japan's Kishida vow to 'stand strong' against global threats
Leaders of the world’s most powerful democracies plan to devote much of the first day of the Group of Seven summit to finding new ways to punish Russia for its 15-month invasion of Ukraine.
Russia launches 'exceptional' air attack on Kyiv as Europe, China seek to use influence
The attack came as European leaders sought new ways to punish Russia for the war and a Chinese ambassador sought traction for Beijing’s peace proposal.
French reporter killed in Ukraine by rocket fire: 'We are devastated'
Arman Soldin, a video coordinator for the international French news agency Agence France-Presse, was 32 years old.
Russia's Wagner group threatens pullout in Ukraine over lack of ammunition
The owner of Russia's military contractor says a lack of supplies from military command is starving his forces of ammunition and causing heavy losses.
Russia accuses Ukraine of trying to assassinate Putin in drone attack; Zelenskyy denies
Russia claimed it foiled an attack by Ukrainian drones on the Kremlin early Wednesday, promising retaliation for what it termed a “terrorist” act.
Pope Francis discusses secret peace ‘mission,’ support for Ukraine kids
Deportations of Ukrainian children have been a concern since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began. Pope Francis said the Holy See had already helped mediate some prisoner exchanges.
US Army under pressure to make more ammo for Ukraine, potential conflict with China
The Pentagon is accelerating its production of ammunition and equipment not only to support Ukraine, but to be ready for a potential conflict with China.
Russia's air force accidentally bombs own city of Belgorod near Ukraine border
Russia’s military has acknowledged that a bomb accidentally dropped by one of its warplanes caused a powerful blast in a Russian city about 25 miles east of the Russia-Ukraine border.
US journalist Evan Gershkovich held by Russia on spying charges denied release
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich appeared in public on Tuesday for the first time in weeks. He's the first U.S. correspondent since the Cold War to be detained in Russia on spying charges.
What we know so far on the leaked Pentagon documents
Among the questions raised by the leak are whether it will erode allies’ trust in sharing information with the U.S. or impact Ukraine’s plans to intensify the fight against Russia this spring.
Ukraine investigating video purported to show soldier's beheading
Ukraine is investigating a gruesome video circulating on social media that purportedly shows the beheading of a Ukrainian soldier.
Leaked US intel shows Russia's ties to UAE
The Justice Department has opened an investigation into the possible release of Pentagon documents that were posted on several social media sites.
Ukraine brings back 31 abducted children from Russia amid war
Ukraine says 8,000 children have been taken since Russia's invasion.
Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich on spying charge
Evan Gershkovich is the first American reporter to be arrested on espionage charges in Russia since the Cold War.
Russian court convicts father of teen over social media posts criticizing war in Ukraine
Officials say a Russian court has convicted a single father over social media posts criticizing the war in Ukraine and sentenced him to two years in prison.