The Republican senator said he had taken an oath to the U.S. Constitution, and not to "any foreign nation."
Russia said it had repelled Ukrainian efforts to retake the island - and yet, hours later, Ukraine claimed a small victory over the Russian Black Sea fleet.
A Ukrainian missile that reportedly sank a Russian warship has been years in the making by Ukraine and was made for just this moment.
The White House joined Finland in suggesting that Putin's decision to launch a full-scale war as a threat to NATO has massively backfired on Russia.
Lawmakers expressed concern that content posted on social media platforms could be lost due to the automated systems used to remove graphic posts.
A military expert told Newsweek he feels Putin's forces are wearing thin and can't continue the war for much longer in Ukraine.
One Russian soldier reportedly asked his mother to send money so he can purchase better protective armor.
Russian forces failed to improve the tactical position of its troops as they "stormed" the areas of Kharkiv, Bakhmut, and Avdiivka, according to Ukraine's General Staff.
"Zelensky doesn't really need a no-fly zone," an expert told Newsweek when discussing Russia's failure to establish air superiority in Ukraine.
An ambassador to the United Nations did not provide any additional details about the "new evidence" he said he plans to present.
A Ukrainian fighter has described the nightmarish conditions of wounded soldiers inside the besieged Azovstal steel plant in besieged Mariupol.
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"There are good reasons for low morale on the Russian side," an expert told Newsweek. "The war isn't going well."
A military engineer in the Ukrainian army explained how he spotted where the Russian troops would have tried to cross the Siverskyi Donets river.
The Institute for the Study of War said in its May 11 assessment that Ukrainian forces took further ground northeast of Kharkiv.
As Finland announced its support for joining NATO, Russia promised to take "retaliatory steps." Live updates have ended.
NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has promised the accession process would be "smooth and swift."
"Until February 24, we did not see any Nazis," A Kherson resident told Newsweek. "Then the real Nazis came."
"Russia will be forced to take retaliatory steps, both of a military-technical and other nature," Moscow's foreign ministry said.
"As a member of NATO, Finland would strengthen the entire defense alliance," Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and Prime Minister Sanna Marin said in a joint statement.
The programme's guest claimed that Ukraine President Zelensky posted a photo on Russia's Victory Day of a Ukrainian soldier wearing a Nazi symbol.
Unverified reports say Ukrainian troops have pushed back the enemy to the Russian border.
Authorities are working to extinguish a blaze that broke out following the blast, a source told Russia's state-run news agency TASS.
In recent days Russia has accused Ukrainian forces of ramping up attacks in Belgorod and other regions bordering Ukraine.
GOP Representatives Dan Crenshaw and Marjorie Taylor Greene are feuding again, this time over Ukrainian aid.
Ukrainian officials say that they have found Russian military documents suggesting a previous plan to seize and occupy all of Ukraine.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said that a conflict with NATO is a fight that Vladimir Putin "really doesn't want to have and that would very quickly escalate."
None were known to be outwardly critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, and none were included on sweeping lists of sanctions.
Russian envoy Anatoly Antonov told Newsweek that "even during the Cold War, our nations continued cultural, educational and scientific contacts," as these ties are now cut.