Russian authorities in Kherson and Melitopol have started handing out passports to Ukrainian citizens, which Ukrainian officials have called "illegal."
"We need to keep our pets inside and safe," warned the man who shared the nighttime footage.
The 23-year-old victim was shot "multiple times" and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to local law enforcement on Friday.
After being told she wouldn't be rehired, the employee "pulled a gun and shot the store manager in the left leg," according to local law enforcement.
A passenger sued the company's parent organization in 2021, claiming a 2019 crash occurred because a helicopter ran out of gas.
Western allies will soon escort blockaded grain shipments in and out of Ukraine, former NATO commander James Stavridis said Sunday.
Police said Saturday night that five other children and two adults were at the residence when someone opened fire into the back of the home.
The former congressman said Sunday he no longer considers himself to be a Republican, adding that "the party left me some time ago."
Australia's defense minister complained of "dangerous" maneuvers by Chinese pilots, who also reportedly flipped off Canadian pilots days earlier.
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said Saturday that the country has "alternative sales markets" for oil exports "where we are already increasing sales."
Before the gunfire erupted, neighbors reported seeing cars swerving near the party, party-goers standing on top of cars, and fighting.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his military is losing 60-100 soldiers per day as Russia focuses its offensive in the eastern part of the country.
"To go after Special Olympians, who all they wanted to do was compete, was not consistent with Florida law," DeSantis said of a Special Olympics vaccine rule.
The loophole is frequently used by law enforcement officials in Texas to shield records related to a case in which a suspect dies in police custody.
Police say the woman allegedly attacked a customer and told a manager to "'go back to your country,'" and that she would have him "'deported.'"
"President Putin wanted less NATO and therefore he invaded Ukraine. But he is getting more NATO," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday.
"When I found out about it, I just fell to my knees and screamed out because you know that's my best friend," a friend of one of the victims said.
"When faced with a problem, people turn to the experts," Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry said Wednesday announcing a partnership with a security company.
"I have great pride in my profession...But that pride was diminished somewhat this week," ex-commissioner Bill Bratton said Sunday.
Local police said Saturday that a man being escorted from a mall pulled out a gun, sparking an officer-involved shooting.
The GOP lawmaker said Sunday that it is "absolutely false" that there wasn't any voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
"We had people potentially die while law enforcement was on scene," John Cohen said Sunday about the mass shooting that killed 21 people this week.
"She was just trying to protect herself and her kids like anybody would," a police spokesperson said.
Russian ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov said Saturday that Russia hopes "common sense will prevail and Washington will not take such a provocative step."
Fellow Republican Adam Kinzinger ridiculed the senator's comments Friday, sarcastically suggesting Disney is also to blame.
Police say the woman left a Goldendoodle, two 12-week-old Goldendoodle puppies, and a two year old Boxer in the car.
Suspected shooter Salvador Ramos allegedly discussed buying a gun on Instagram and asked his sister to help him acquire a firearm, a Texas official said.
"Hopefully America can wake up because no other country has the problems that we do with gun culture and ideation and gun violence," the man says in a video.
Greenwood is one of several musicians to pull out of the convention in the wake of the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas this week.
The tweet contains an image that appears to show 12 tweets from the Texas senator using the same language to react to mass shootings that happen across the U.S.