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Past articles by Dom:

Zelenskyy blasts Russian ‘terror’ as Mariupol art school sheltering 400 is struck

Russia’s "terror" unleashed on the city of Mariupol, Ukraine, this month will be "remembered for centuries to come," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy predicted Sunday. → Read More

Belarus leader Lukashenko lavishes Putin with praise: ‘Better shape than ever’

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has been derided by world leaders as "dangerous" and a "small, feral-eyed man" as he directs the invasion of Ukraine. But don’t tell that to Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko. → Read More

Russian cosmonauts wear Ukrainian colors in arrival at International Space Station

Three Russian cosmonauts arrived at the International Space Station early Saturday wearing bright yellow suits trimmed in blue -- the colors of the Ukrainian flag. → Read More

About 400 Ukraine-bound bulletproof vests stolen in NYC: reports

About 400 used bulletproof vests that were collected for donation to people in Ukraine have been stolen in New York City, according to reports. → Read More

Trevor Noah rips Biden over Saudi, UAE phone-snub report: ‘Would have never happened to Donald Trump’

Has President Biden lost liberal comedian Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s "The Daily Show"? → Read More

Zelenskyy downplays Putin’s most extreme threats as ‘bluff’: ‘Nothing else is working for him'

In an interview this week with a German newspaper, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy downplayed the most extreme threats from Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, calling them "a bluff." → Read More

Blinken in Moldova on Sunday, day after meeting with Ukraine foreign minister

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was in Moldova on Sunday, where he was scheduled to meet with Moldovan leaders dealing with the arrival of more than 120,000 refugees from neighboring Ukraine. → Read More

Kherson protest against Russian occupiers brings hundreds to the streets: reports

Undaunted by the presence of Russian troops in their city, as many as 2,000 residents of Kherson, Ukraine, took to the streets Saturday in a show of defiance and national unity, according to reports. → Read More

Iowa tornado, other severe weather kills at least 7, reports say

A tornado and other severe weather roared through Iowa on Saturday, resulting in at least seven deaths, according to reports. → Read More

Russian troops near another Ukraine nuclear plant, in Yuzhnoukrainsk, UN envoy says

Russian forces in southern Ukraine were advancing toward the country’s second-largest nuclear plant Friday, one day after attacking the largest such facility, according to reports. → Read More

DHS chief Mayorkas: Ukrainian citizens in US granted temporary protected status

Ukrainian citizens currently inside the U.S. will be granted temporary protected status by the Department of Homeland Security, its leader said Thursday. → Read More

Mike Pompeo: US should immediately recognize Taiwan as ‘free and sovereign country’

The U.S. should immediately "do the right and obvious thing" and recognize Taiwan as a "free and sovereign country," former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrote Thursday night in a series of Twitter messages. → Read More

Zelenskyy calls for Russia to lose UN Security Council power, says Ukraine attack 'bears signs of genocide'

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Sunday called for Russia to lose its voting power as a member of the U.N. Security Council, alleging its attack on his country, which started last week, amounted to "criminal actions" that bore "signs of genocide," according to a report. → Read More

Russians enter Kharkiv, Ukraine’s No. 2 city, as fighting broadens: reports

Fighting got underway Sunday in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, after Russian forces stormed in from the outskirts, according to reports. → Read More

Russia continues Ukraine invasion: LIVE UPDATES

Vladimir Putin was said to be 'fuming' as Russia's invasion of Ukraine was unexpectedly stalled by resistance fighters → Read More

Putin ‘furious’ Ukraine invasion hasn’t been ‘easy,’ EU official says, citing intel report

Russian President Vladimir Putin, monitoring developments in Ukraine from his "lair in the Urals," is "furious" and "fuming" that his military’s invasion of the smaller country to the south hasn’t gone more smoothly, claims a European Union official who says he has reviewed a Ukrainian intelligence report. → Read More

California earthquake: Ventura County temblor measured at magnitude 4.0, report says

An earthquake Saturday evening in Ventura County, California, just north of Los Angeles had a preliminary measure of magnitude 4.1 on the Richter scale, according to a report. → Read More

Russia-Ukraine crisis prompts extension of Fort Riley tank brigade’s European tour: report

A U.S. Army tank brigade that was scheduled to wrap up its recent European deployment has had its tour extended because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to a report. → Read More

Ukraine army sees thousands rush to enlist during Russian invasion: ‘Ukraine will not kneel’

Ukraine recently prohibited males age 18 to 60 from leaving the country as it deals with Russia’s invasion but has not yet enacted a military draft. Yet thousands of men have been rushing to enlist to help defend their homeland, according to a report. → Read More

Ukraine forces blow up Kyiv-area bridge to thwart Russian tank advance: report

Ukraine forces blew up a bridge about 30 miles north of Kyiv on Thursday in order to thwart the advance of Russian tanks toward the capital city, according to reports. → Read More