While citizens in Ukraine’s capital are no longer hunkered in bomb shelters, the war is far from over.
McDonald’s announced Thursday it would re-open some restaurants in Kyiv and western Ukraine, ending a countrywide shutdown that began on Feb. 24, the day Russia’s full-scale invasion began.
Ukraine launched a “humiliating” attack against a Russian air base in Crimea, destroying many Russian warplanes and buildings.
Nuclear safety experts said shelling of a Ukrainian nuclear plant could be a disaster as Russia ups nuclear rhetoric.
The United States will send $1 billion in additional military aid to Ukraine, the largest arms package yet announced under President Joe Biden’s Presidential Drawdown Authority.
US officials moved to seize an Airbus A319-100 belonging to Russian oligarch Andrei Skoch.
Despite being outnumbered, Ukrainian air defenses have held Russian bombers and fighters at bay and even had success against Russian cruise missiles.
A pair of videos published on pro-Russian Telegram channels this week appear to show Russian soldiers castrating and executing a defenseless Ukrainian prisoner of war.
The Biden administration has offered to exchange convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout for Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan, but negotiations with Russia appear sluggish.
Stiff Ukrainian resistance, bolstered by Western weapons deliveries, has stalled the Russian invasion.
The Russian army hates the US-built M142 HIMARS so much, its official spokespeople and Russian-leaning social media accounts are making up stories about destroying the systems.
A scathing report from the BBC alleges one British SAS squadron may have illegally killed 54 people during a six-month-long deployment to Afghanistan.
How Russia is conducting its campaign against Ukraine may reflect faulty initial assumptions about the utility of missiles in war against a modern adversary.
Russian forces withdrew from Snake Island on Thursday, June 30, marking a largely symbolic victory for Ukraine.
Here’s what a reporter found during a weeklong trip to the front lines of the stalemated war in Ukraine in October 2021.
During the early morning hours of Feb. 24, in the opening hours of the full-scale war, the Ukrainian military’s Army FM radio station went underground.
On Sunday, June 26, Russian missile strikes hit Kyiv, the worst attack against Ukraine’s capital city in weeks.
The war in Ukraine may seem too distant to disrupt your life. But what you see on TV and social media may be the start of America’s next war.
The latest Ukraine weapons package, including more rocket systems, brings the total amount of US security assistance to more than $6 billion.
The new team will help Ukraine with evidence collection, forensics, and legal advice as the nation seeks to prosecute war crimes.
Since Russia’s full-scale invasion began, news of death, loss, and grief has overtaken Ukrainians’ social media feeds.
With Russia increasing its military capability in the Black Sea, annual naval drills send a message that NATO won’t cede the region to Moscow.
The detained man was an experienced bomb-maker who became one of the top ISIS leaders in Syria, according to a military statement.
The US will dip into its own stockpiles again as well as purchase some weapons systems from defense contractors for Ukraine.
Some nations with old grudges against Russian aggression may be sending bombs and missiles with historic messages scrawled on them.