Vice President Harris is going to Poland after the U.S. rejected fighter jet offer
Poland offered to stage fighter jets for Ukraine on a U.S. base in Germany. The Pentagon said that wasn't tenable. It all happened the day before Vice President Harris left for Warsaw.
Suffering goes on in encircled Mariupol as evacuation fails
Corpses lie in the streets of Mariupol. Hungry people break into stores in search of food and melt snow for water. Thousands huddle in basements, trembling at the sound of Russian shells pounding this strategic port city.
Russia's invasion puts a new light on Trump's Ukraine pressure campaign
With Russia's brutal invasion and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy being hailed as a hero, Trump's infamous 2019 call to Zelenskyy is put into a very different light.
Why Brittney Griner was in Russia and what it has to do with U.S. women's basketball
Many WNBA players head overseas to play during the off-season, where they can be paid much more than they earn in the U.S. Griner, who was arrested for allegedly transporting drugs, is one of them.
On the ground in Ukraine: A conversation with former Pioneer Press reporter Brian Bonner
Former Pioneer Press reporter Brian Bonner has lived in Ukraine for 14 years where he led the Kyiv Post, Ukraine’s English-language newspaper, until 2021. One of his main responsibilities? Reporting on Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin.
Crisis deepens, Ukraine accuses Moscow of 'medieval' tactics
The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is deepening as Russian forces intensify their shelling and food, water, heat and medicine grow increasingly scarce. Ukraine says it is facing a medieval-style siege by Moscow to batter it into submission.
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