Ukraine will invade Russia and capture territory from Putin—Igor Girkin
The former commander turned war blogger predicts that Ukraine will soon snatch Russia's territory out of Putin's hands.
Eurovision banning Zelensky from speaking sparks outrage: "Wrong decision"
The European Broadcasting Union has denied the Ukrainian president's request to make an appearance at the event, stating that it would go "against the rules."
Steven Seagal headlines pro-war festival in Russia
The U.S.-born actor, martial artist and musician signed an "old, old Soviet guitar" for President Vladimir Putin before performing a medley of blues tracks.
How royals protected King Charles' coronation jewels during World War II
In 2018, it was revealed that the crown jewels were hidden in a top secret location during World War II.
Putin's true motive for Ukraine invasion revealed in report
The Russian president had already decided to attack Kyiv in February-March 2021, an investigation has stated.
America's feral hog problem is about to get even worse
Wild boars have mated with domestic pigs to create a rapidly reproducing pig hybrid that may cause the population of feral pigs to soar.
Candace Owens takes aim at Volodymyr Zelensky: "Wants us to hate him"
Conservative commentator Owens has directed criticism at Zelensky in reaction to a report that he was pitched to appear at this weekend's Academy Awards.
Ukraine pours cold water on reports of Bakhmut's imminent fall to Russia
"There is also no mass withdrawal of Ukrainian troops," Ukraine's Armed Forces spokesperson said.
Invasive rusty crayfish appear to be dying off and it's not clear why
Populations of rusty crayfish seem to be naturally declining, allowing native water plants and snails to recover in Wisconsin lakes.
Putin ally calls for striking parliament in London: "No more red lines"
Russian state TV host Vladimir Solovyov contended that Moscow shouldn't limit attacks to military targets.
Slimy invasive fish explosion clogs water supplies after huge floods
Weather loach population numbers have boomed during a massive flood season in the Australian river system.
State TV evokes Holocaust, claims Baltic states "governed by Nazis"
Propagandists took to the airwaves to shore-up the Nazi narrative this week, just days after Putin falsely claimed to be trying to "de-Nazify" Ukraine.
U.S. provides Russia sanctuary by not giving Kyiv long range weapons: Gen.
Moscow fired missiles at Ukraine on Saturday, killing at least 29 people and injuring more than 70 others.
Putin's military strategy ignores key principles of war: Ukraine adviser
"Ukraine understood how Russia would approach a conflict and prepared accordingly," one expert told Newsweek regarding the countries' military strategies.
Speculation swirls as Putin accused of using same woman in multiple photos
Many believe the same blonde woman appeared in multiple photos behind the Russian leader, showing up as a soldier, a sailor and a religious worshipper.
Putin's "dark Christmas Eve" gift to Kherson blasted by Ukrainian leaders
"The world must see what absolute evil we are fighting against," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said after at least 10 were killed in Russian shelling.
Russia rejects talks after suggesting NATO nations are 'legitimate' targets
Russia has no plans to engage in dialogue with NATO regarding security during their special military operation against Ukraine, state media claims.
Russian state TV hosts joke about invasion of London: "They will be ours"
Vladimir Solovyov joked that fans of Chelsea football club, formerly owned by a Russian oligarch, would be "our very conspiratorial fifth column."
Frozen ground and nowhere to hide. Why Russia faces brutal winter war
Ukrainian forces will be looking to continue their counteroffensives against Russian troops struggling with harsh weather and logistical strains.
Russia expands defenses along Ukraine border amid apparent invasion fears
Elaborate trenches systems are being dug by Russian troops in Belgorod, near the border with Ukraine, Britain's Defense Ministry said.
Elite Russian units take up to 40 percent casualties in Ukraine: Official
A European defense official told Newsweek that top Russian airborne, military intelligence, and army units have taken "severe" casualties since February.
Leaked invasion plan reveals 4 assumptions Putin's regime got wrong
"The plan itself—while theoretically plausible—compounded optimism bias in each of its stages," analysts with the Royal United Services Institute wrote.
Russian state TV host: Ukraine invasion to become "gigantic European war"
Europeans are already discontent with the impacts of Moscow's war in Ukraine, including the energy crisis that emerged as a consequence of the invasion.
Putin ally gifted Ukrainian POWs by teenage son in disturbing video
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov previously bragged about his teenage sons fighting on the frontlines of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
G7 lays out demands for Lukashenko as Russia fires missiles from Belarus
The condemnation of Belarus comes against a broader denunciation of Russia and the threat of additional sanctions over its recent missile strikes on Ukraine.
Russia leaves trail of destruction in "scorched earth" retreat: Ukraine
Russia, meanwhile, has reportedly fallen behind in its conscription goals.
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters Invited to Visit Ukraine With Polish Official
"Wish you were there, in Ukraine, so you can tell Heaven from Hell," wrote Polish Councilman Łukasz Wantuch in a Facebook post to Roger Waters.
Plague of Lanternflies Descending Across 14 U.S. States
These invasive bugs suck the fluids out of tree tissue, which can eventually kill the plant.
U.S. Highlights 'Striking' Admission From Putin About Ukraine War
The Russian leader suggested that there were differences with his ally about his full-scale invasion.
Ukraine Leaders Eye Maximalist War Goals as Russian Lines Collapse
Ukrainian leaders reiterated their demands at a summit in Kyiv this weekend.