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KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces continued their assault on Ukraine’s capital Tuesday as the leaders of three European nations — all members of NATO — prepared to visit the … more
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A biotech firm is seeking permission to release genetically modified mosquitoes into the open air of California for the first time later this year, aiming to reduce the … more
An extended conflict between Russia and Ukraine would hit the U.S. economy broadly, with all 50 states affected by the fallout, according to an analysis by Moody’s Analytics. While the … more
In a written exchange from an undisclosed location, Olena Zelenska, Ukraine's first lady, told ABC News that she fears for the safety of her husband, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and blames the West for … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Bombardments struck across Ukraine on Monday — including a direct hit on a Kyiv apartment building — as the embattled nation’s leaders opened another round of … more
WASHINGTON — Mitch McConnell openly acknowledges Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is qualified to sit on the Supreme Court. But that doesn't mean the Senate minority leader is backing down from … more
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been invited to address the U.S. Congress via video on Wednesday as the charismatic leader cements his role as the inspirational face of resistance to the … more
COVID-19 shots could soon become an annual item on your to-do list. Due to waning effectiveness, particularly on variants like omicron, a fourth COVID vaccine shot will be needed to keep … more
CHICAGO — A trip to the supermarket in Dolton turned fatal this weekend when a 3-year-old boy found a gun in the back seat of a vehicle, picked it up and accidentally shot his mother in the … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Bringing the war closer to NATO territory, Russian fighter jets fired dozens of missiles Sunday at a Ukrainian military training base near the border with Poland, killing at … more
The global food system is under threat as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine puts one of the world’s major breadbaskets in jeopardy. Here are the latest developments and their far-reaching … more
Finland and Sweden countered Russian warnings of retaliation should the Nordic nations join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.  Military and political consequences may follow if the two … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces kept up their bombardment of cities across Ukraine on Saturday, capturing the eastern outskirts of a key southern port and waging an increasingly violent campaign … more
Italian authorities have seized a superyacht owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko as pressure on Russia’s elite continues following the invasion of Ukraine. The vessel seized by … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is under pressure to invoke Cold War-era powers to force more domestic oil production as the war in Ukraine strains supplies, raising gasoline prices and … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden announced Friday that the U.S. will suspend normal trade relations with Russia on Friday as part of the ongoing effort to punish President Vladimir Putin for … more
MOSCOW — On a wintry January day in 1990, the grand opening of the first McDonald’s restaurant in what was then the Soviet Union was hailed as an emblem of the thawing Cold War. A … more
DALLAS — A Friday opinion by the Texas Supreme Court effectively ends abortion providers’ current federal challenge to the state’s new restrictions, after justices ruled Friday that … more
A judge rejected Donald Trump’s request to bring counterclaims against New York advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, who sued the former president for defamation after he denied raping her two … more
Florida officers said a “hugging bandit” was hugging older men and helping herself to their wallets. Clearwater Police arrested Kathy Stevens, 65, on Thursday, according to a post … more
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