NATO envoys failed to reach a consensus on Wednesday about whether to start membership talks with Finland and Sweden, diplomats said.
Russia said Wednesday that nearly 1,000 Ukrainian troops at a giant steelworks in Mariupol have surrendered, abandoning their dogged defense of a site that became a symbol of their country’s resistance.
A 13-year-old Utah boy has died a day after a sand dune he was digging in collapsed and buried him at a state park.
Pentagon officials testified Tuesday that the number of reports of unexplained aerial phenomena has increased, but there has been no evidence found to indicate the activity is from otherworldly aliens.
U.S. regulators on Tuesday authorized a COVID-19 booster shot for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds, hoping an extra vaccine dose will enhance their protection as infections once again creep upward.
The announcement comes as coronavirus cases are rising again in some areas of the country.
Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen will introduce a bipartisan bill to locate more federally funded medical residencies in areas with the greatest need.
Hundreds of Ukrainian fighters defending the last holdout in Mariupol were evacuated to areas controlled by Russian-backed separatists and officials worked Tuesday to get the rest out.
The Food and Drug Administration, which has been investigating safety concerns at its Sturgis, Michigan, plant since early this year.
David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas, is facing one count of murder after a shooting in Laguna Woods, California. His neighbors remembered Chou as a “grumpy” but friendly person.
Europe pushed Monday to sharpen and expand its response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Payton Gendron, 18, was arrested in connection with the shooting at a Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo that left 10 dead and three wounded. Eleven of the victims were Black.
“Ukraine can win this war,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, adding that the alliance must continue to offer military support to Kyiv.
“I can’t believe that at my age, I’m still having to protest over this,” said Samantha Rivers, a 64-year-old federal employee who is preparing for a state-by-state battle over abortion rights.
After failing to capture Kyiv following the Feb. 24 invasion, Russian President Vladimir Putin has shifted his focus eastward to the Donbas, an industrial region where Ukraine has battled Moscow-backed separatists since 2014.