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.
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.
Millions of people have come to the United States in pursuit of the “American Dream.”
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday that defense minister Oleksii Reznikov will be replaced this week with Rustem Umierov, a Crimean Tatar lawmaker.
Two months ago, Prigozhin mounted a daylong mutiny against Russia's military. President Vladimir Putin decried the act as “treason” and vowed punishment for those involved.
Dozens of Ukrainian Americans came together Sunday in Downtown St. Petersburg to celebrate Ukrainian Independence Day, which is Thursday, Aug. 24th.
Those killed included a 6-year-old girl, and 15 children were among the 129 wounded when a Russian missile hit the city of Chernihiv Saturday.
Word that 500,000 Ukrainian and Russian troops have been hurt or killed during Vladimir Putin's invasion has Roman Voloshyn trying to make sense of it all.
A convention banning the use of cluster bombs has been joined by more than 120 countries, but the U.S., Russia and Ukraine haven't signed on.
A man who was saved from a Russian captors days before his rescuers say he was set to be executed, celebrated his 29th birthday with a surprise party thrown by those who saved his life.
The PEN America rights group says award-winning Ukrainian writer Victoria Amelina has died from her injuries suffered after a Russian missile attack on a popular restaurant last week.
The former vice president’s visit was to discuss matters of mutual interest between the two countries and to reaffirm U.S. support for Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict with Russia.
Russia says the head of a private military company who staged a short-lived rebellion will move to Belarus and not face prosecution.
The non-profit, Ukraine Aid Operations, provides supplies to Ukrainian troops. Alan Rybak has sent over 13,000 items from Sarasota to Ukraine.
A major dam in southern Ukraine has collapsed, flooding villages, endangering crops in the country’s breadbasket and threatening drinking water supplies.
Russia claimed it foiled an attack by Ukrainian drones on the Kremlin early Wednesday, promising retaliation for what it termed a “terrorist” act.
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 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.
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.