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ICC Chief Prosecutor told CNN's Clarissa Ward that Putin could stand trial for the alleged war crimes.
A Russian warplane on Tuesday struck a U.S. surveillance drone over the Black Sea, hitting the drone's propeller and forcing it down in international waters, according to U.S. European Command, which called the Russian forces' conduct "unsafe and unprofessional."
Matthew Mpoke Bigg, New York Times
A Russian fighter jet forced down a US Air Force drone over the Black Sea on Tuesday after damaging the propeller of the American MQ-9 Reaper drone, according to a US official familiar with the incident.
By Oren Liebermann, CNN
This morning, President Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion.
After the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner, U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany, a Wisconsin Republican, was among those who criticized President Joe Biden for failures in getting the release of other prisoners being held in foreign countries. PolitiFact checks his tweet.
Laura Schulte, PolitiFact reporter
Russian President Vladimir Putin joined history's most brutal authoritarians, deploying a well-worn and highly sophisticated propaganda machine to wage an unprovoked war against Ukraine.
Rebecca Catalanello and Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporters
President Zelenskyy of Ukraine speaks to the United States Congress during his visit to Washington D.C.
WNBA star Brittney Griner is expected to land at Kelly Field air base in San Antonio after being released in a Russian prisoner swap. The Biden administration secured her release in exchange for an arms dealer, following months of negotiations.
With Brittney Griner's wife by his side, President Biden confirmed the release and said that Griner would be back in the United States within 24 hours.
Maj. Jamie Lee Henry and Anna Gabrielian are charged with conspiracy and wrongful disclosure of individually identifiable health information, according to the court documents.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
When a journalist asked him how Russia has fared since its invasion of the neighboring country, Russian President Vladimir Putin denied it had suffered any loss at all. PolitiFact checks his claim.
Jeff Cercone, PolitiFact reporter
A Russian court on Thursday found American basketball star Brittney Griner guilty of an attempt to smuggle illegal narcotics into Russia and sentenced her to nine years in a penal colony, according to her attorneys. The verdict ended a closely watched trial that her supporters say made her a pawn in a tense geopolitical showdown over the war in Ukraine.
Ivan Nechepurenko, New York Times
Russian prosecutors are seeking to hold basketball star Brittney Griner for nine and a half years after accusing her of possessing vape cartridges containing hashish oil, which is illegal in Russia.
Examination of the substance in vape cartridges WNBA star Brittney Griner's carried in February at a Moscow airport did not comply with Russian law, a defense expert testified Tuesday as her drug-smuggling trial in Russia continues amid US efforts to negotiate a prisoner swap for her release.
WNBA star Brittney Griner pleaded guilty to drug charges in a court near Moscow on Thursday, her lawyer said.
The detained American basketball star Brittney Griner pleaded guilty to drug charges in a court near Moscow on Thursday, her lawyer said.
Anton Troianovski and Ivan Nechepurenko, New York Times
Russia is making just as much money from energy exports as it was before it invaded in late February. Meanwhile, inflation is surging globally.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia is rerouting trade to "reliable international partners" like Brazil, China, and India as the West attempts to sever economic ties.
Cisco Systems will execute an “orderly wind-down” in Russia and Belarus, the company, which maintains a significant RTP presence, announced today.
Nike posted a note on its official Russian website telling visitors its website and mobile app will "no longer be available in this region" and that its stores "will not reopen." It had about 100 stores in the country.
A new report from Microsoft found that state-sponsored Russian hackers continue to conduct "strategic espionage" with targets in 42 countries.
America's dependance on foreign oil means that gas prices could not drop until next year, said Fayetteville State University economist Abdoul Wane.
Gilbert Baez, WRAL Fayetteville reporter & Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer
Unsuccessful ground assaults in eastern Ukraine have Russia modifying its plan in the region amid a growing lack of manpower.
Russia on Thursday warned that Finland's potential membership in NATO was a threat and said that it was prepared to "balance the situation," characterizing any steps it takes in response as a necessary reaction forced on it by the alliance's continued expansion.
Ivan Nechepurenko, New York Times