"I think something happened. I don't know what it was—but something happened because people are angry," Walker said regarding the 2020 election.
An adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky wrote that Ukrainians are too busy "defending freedom and democracy" to listen to the former secretary of state's advice.
"Cooperation between China and Russia has strong endogenous power and independent value," China spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Tuesday.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's warning came as Russia sold missiles with nuclear capabilities to his country.
"This is Ukraine's fight. It's not the United States' fight," said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
Imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny wrote about Russia's president in the magazine's issue, calling him an "evil madman."
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko said exchanging troops with Ukraine "does not contradict common sense."
"It was just completely alarming to me to watch this transformation," John Bridgeland said of the New York congresswoman.
Donald Trump's support is no longer the "golden ticket" to victory in GOP primaries, Georgia's Republican lieutenant governor said on Sunday.
Alyssa Farah Griffin said Sunday that Donald Trump makes endorsements that are based on "personal kind of vendettas" instead of "who is electable."
Former president Donald Trump lashed out this weekend at Pennsylvania's ballot-counting process, comparing it to that of a "third world nation."
Niou, who currently serves in the New York State Assembly, could become the highest-ranking autistic lawmaker in U.S. history.
A Waffle House spokesperson said Saturday that the company is cooperating with law enforcement during its investigation.
Jacky Eubanks, a candidate for Michigan's state house, said contraception gives people "the false sense of security that they can have consequence-free sex."
"I said what I said. Get offended," Georgia's GOP gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor said Thursday after receiving criticism online for her comments.
Other media figures and politicians have also condemned the GOP's rhetoric in recent weeks including GOP Representative Adam Kinzinger.
The Taliban will "likely loosen its restrictions on Al-Qaeda" within the next year or two, a new report warned.
Thompson, who chairs the committee investigating the riot, said it's unclear if Trump would help investigators understand already-uncovered evidence.
"I did not expect that the Russian people would hate us, Ukrainian people, so much," said Odesa Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov.
More than 3,000 Ukrainian civilians from Mariupol are being held, said a Ukrainian human rights official.
The loss of ammunition comes as the Kremlin continues seeing setbacks in its invasion of Ukraine.
Seizing the wealth of Russian oligarchs would leave Putin in a "difficult position," experts said.
Trump-endorsed Senate candidates including Adam Laxalt and J.D. Vance also attacked their Democratic opponents who supported the bill.
U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Kristina Kvien said Sunday that since Putin "lost a significant part of his military," she's not too "sure what sort of threat" he poses.
Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers, who is endorsed by former President Trump for reelection, said Saturday that the shooting is the start of "fed boy summer."
The attack on Saturday is being investigated as a racially-motivated hate crime, said investigators.
"When you lose that trust, especially in the institution that I'm in, it changes the institution fundamentally," the Supreme Court justice said Friday.
The Georgia Republican tweeted Saturday that "our highest ranking leaders would not be able to" visit Ukraine if conditions warranted more military aid.
Several state Republican leaders had already coalesced around a different candidate, as happened with Senate candidate Mehmet Oz.