A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
The ExoMars mission to search for life on the Red Planet was halted in March due to Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Mikhail Kasyanov, who served as Russian PM from 2000 to 2004, said he knew "a different Putin."
Ukrainian fighters purportedly took out Russian soldiers in World War I-style trenches thanks to a drone.
She condemned the pro-Russia Z symbol, saying it "symbolizes tragedy and grief for both Russia and Ukraine,"
Former assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Monica Crowley, said Joe Biden and the Democrats were intentionally to destroy the U.S.
The Swedish institute expects the global nuclear arsenal to start growing for the first time since the end of the Cold War.
Russian oligarchs and business leaders will keep a low profile at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum this year, hoping to avoid Western sanctions.
Pleas for more weapons from the West have intensified in recent days as Russian forces advance in eastern Ukraine.
Head of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin said if West sends nuclear warheads to Kyiv, there will be a "conflict in the center of Europe."
Hundreds of civilians, including 40 children, are sheltering in the city's Azot chemical plant, according to the Luhansk governor.
"Russia's army is more powerful, they have a lot of artillery and ammo," warned regional governor Vitaliy Kim on Saturday.
Amid the Ukraine War, the Russian Committee for the Prevention of Torture struggled as police arrested thousands of anti-war protesters.
McDonald's pulled out of Russia in March following the country's widely-condemned invasion of Ukraine.
The Russia-Ukraine war has wrecked global supply chains for technology talent, leaving corporations scrambling to fill the void.
Russia's Black Sea blockade of Ukraine grain is meant to "generate refugees" from North Africa, Yale historian Timothy Snyder argued Saturday.
Scholar Olga Lautman warned Saturday that former Soviet Union territories could be at high risk of invasion in the wake of Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Away from the battle for the Donbas region is the body of water where Russia's domination has consequences for the Ukraine war and the world's food supply.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin also warned Saturday that the ongoing war could be a "preview" to a "world of chaos."
Kyiv rejected the U.S. president 's suggestion that his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymr Zelensky did not take warnings about a Russian invasion seriously enough.
Russian authorities in Kherson and Melitopol have started handing out passports to Ukrainian citizens, which Ukrainian officials have called "illegal."
A representative from the Moscow-backed Luhansk authority said talks were underway for civilians to leave the Azot chemical plant.
Ingrida Šimonytė told Newsweek she is more worried by Vladimir Putin's imperial ambitions than fringe elements of Russia's parliament.
Russia's top cyber diplomat warned "aggressive actions" won't go "unanswered" as a U.S. official threatened "consequences on states that use cyber capabilities irresponsibly."
The video shows Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov saying that "Western European states have made all possible attempts to destroy our state."
Video released by the Ukrainian military purports to show a Ukrainian anti-tank missile blowing up a stronghold of Russian troops and ammo.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine said bomb experts carried out the "dangerous work" in the contested eastern region of Donetsk Oblast.
Donetsk People's Republic accused "Ukrainian nationalists" of firing a missile at a city, resulting in the death of a civilian woman and injuring a man.
The current front lines in Ukraine have been described as evolving into World War I-style trench warfare.
Video shows the moment Russian troops sent a drone into the sky to carry out reconnaissance of hidden Ukrainian targets before launching a deadly strike.