‘If we don’t get the aid, we will lose the war’: Zelenskyy asks Congress to help Ukraine
WASHINGTON — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers to reiterate the need for continued aid to support his country’s fight against the Russian invasion, even as the U.S. faces a partial government shutdown as soon as the end of the month. “If we don’t get the aid, […]
Ron DeSantis talks tough to Disney, but is a Putin appeaser | Dick Polman
Putin needs a Neville Chamberlain in the White House. DeSantis fits the bill to a T.
Dickinson alum underwrites scholarship for 5 Ukrainian students | Five for the Weekend
The $2M gift will provide full tuition scholarships to the liberal arts college.
Tanks and what they mean for the Ukraine War’s endgame | John A. Nagl
The impact of the Abrams and Leopards tanks from the U.S. and Germany should hasten the end of the fighting, at least in the east.
Ukrainians by the thousands arrive in states — but with a time limit
Nearly 200,000 Americans have applied to sponsor those fleeing the war, with the majority of applicants from New York, Illinois, California and Washington.
The Russia-Ukraine War ends when Russia quits | Opinion
Ukraine’s military has been lethal against Russian forces, but that won’t end the war.
Yes, it’s the economy, but other critical issues loom large on Election Day | Opinion
The state of democracy, abortion and Ukraine also are on voters' minds this midterm season.
With counter-offensive, a change of momentum in Ukraine | Opinion
The Russian troops exposed in Kherson are Ukraine’s best chance to knock the support out from under Putin and perhaps bring the war to an end.
Brittney Griner will be released in about 30 days, not 9 years | Michael Coard
International law regarding prisoner swaps doesn’t apply until a person is formally sentenced, which occurred on Aug. 4.
What will the next generation of military leaders learn from our years of upheaval? | Opinion
From the pandemic to Jan. 6 and the Ukraine War, there has been no shortage of lessons.
How should Dostoevsky and Tolstoy be read during Russia’s war against Ukraine? | Opinion
Enduring works of literature are enduring, in part, because they are capacious enough to be read critically against the vicissitudes of the present.
Russia says ‘Nyet’ to any more visits from hundreds of members of Congress, including Pa.
WASHINGTON — Hundreds of members of Congress are permanently banned from visiting Russia, in retaliation for passing economic sanctions on the country after it invaded Ukraine in late February. The list includes nearly 1,000 Americans, including President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, along with celebrities such as actor Morgan Freeman, executives such as Microsoft […]