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.
While speaking on the House floor, the representative from Florida warned of a "dangerous bipartisan consensus that is walking us into war with Russia."
Biden continues to say that Russia's president is a key factor in the nation's soaring inflation rate.
The footage was allegedly filmed at the Azovstal iron and steel plant in the under-siege Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
Russian released video Wednesday of its Ka-52 'Alligator' helicopters taking to the sky and reportedly destroying Ukrainian ammo depots and armored vehicles.
Lieutenant General Scott Berrier said that he would characterize the situation in Ukraine "as the Russians aren't winning and the Ukrainians aren't winning."
The edited remarks of Gao Yusheng, China's former envoy to Kyiv, were deleted within hours of going live on a Chinese news site.
Ukraine's prosecutor general has alleged that the Russian soldier fatally shot an unarmed 62-year-old civilian in Ukraine's Sumy region on February 28.
Video footage of the strike shows a furious fusillade hammered down on the line of vehicles and men within seconds.
The Pentagon has published a list of all the military equipment Washington has provided Kyiv with since the beginning of the Russian invasion.
Russian troops have reportedly been forced to retreat due to counterattacks by Ukrainian forces this week.
"Lukashenko talks like the village idiot, but after everything that's happened, it's always possible that he's really voicing Putin's private thoughts."
The three rounds of stimulus checks amounted to total payments of $800 billion to Americans over the past two years.
A Ukrainian colonel said that his country will keep the bodies of fallen Russian soldiers for "as long as need be" because "Russia refuses to take them."
The former Democratic Representative also said that the real intention of the U.S. Government was to complete the "destruction of the Russian state."
The billionaire's comments come amid confirmation from multiple governments that Russia was behind a huge cyberattack at the start of its invasion of Ukraine.
A fire was reported by Belgorod regional authorities early on Wednesday, the latest in a series of mysterious blazes in the region.
The package includes $9 billion to restock U.S. equipment sent to Ukraine and $900 million in refugee assistance.
Leaders have pointed to the generals' deaths as evidence of the Russian military's incompetence.
But the two officials told the Senate Committee on Armed Services that they believe China is still planning an eventual takeover of Taiwan.
Other rumors that Russia's president is suffering from some kind of ailment have raised questions about who might succeed him.
An official with the Department of Defense said economic sanctions were "having a bite" on Russia's ability to replace stocks in its defense industrial base.
Russia has recently ramped up its attacks on Odesa, a key port city along the Black Sea.
"It looks like to me that we're taking way too many chances of sending people over there for a photo op," Senator Tommy Tuberville said regarding Ukraine.
A Russian city marked Victory Day with a "Shoot the last fascist" event, which saw a child in a military uniform shoot a Nazi soldier effigy with an air rifle.
Ukraine's Defense Ministry shared a video showing an aerial view of a tank in the distance just before it was struck and engulfed in flames.
It's impossible to predict whether Putin will decide to reach toward Russia's nuclear arsenal before ending the war, the former secretary of state said.
Moscow's miscalculations led to "demonstrable operational failings," according to British intelligence.
The Ukrainian artillery is likely to use precision-guided Excalibur shells that use GPS to home in on targets.
"If before the war Odesa was around 40% pro-Russian, now it's 90% pro-Ukrainian," Odesa resident tells Newsweek.