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House Passes Expanded Security for Supreme Court Justices’ Families, 27 Democrats Vote ‘No’

The House passed a bill on Tuesday that would provide security protections to family members of Supreme Court justices, sending the measure to President Biden’s desk for final approval.

Rand Paul Blocks $40 Billion Ukraine Package (Watch)

“We cannot save Ukraine by dooming the U.S. economy.”

Criminal Case Against Clinton Campaign Lawyer Takes Big Step Forward as Judge Issues Key Ruling

The criminal prosecution of a Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer charged with lying to the FBI during the Trump-Russia investigation can move forward, a judge ruled Wednesday after denying a defense bid to dismiss the case.

Russia Warns Ukraine It Might Strike Kiev

The Russian military said it could target decision-makers in Kiev if Ukraine continues attempting attacks on Russian soil.

Ukrainian Opposition Leader Arrested

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his delight on Tuesday after Kiev's successor to the Soviet-era KGB arrested the country's most prominent opposition leader.

Russia Says West Not Welcome at Peace Talks

Moscow’s Western partners “can’t be trusted anymore,” Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says

Russia Claims US Tested Experimental Drugs on Ukrainian Soldiers

The Russian military has raised new allegations of US-sponsored secretive research in Ukraine

Ukraine Rejects Ultimatum as U.S.-Russia Ties ‘On the Brink of Collapse’

Ukraine won't accept ultimatums from Russia as Biden broadcasts "unacceptable" remarks about Putin.

Nobel Prize Chiefs Won’t Make Exception for Zelensky

Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute says extending the deadline for nominations is not possible.

Kremlin Responds to Biden Calling Putin ‘War Criminal’

The US president initially refused to use the term, but then reconsidered

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