EXPLAINER: Why Washington is boosting heavy arms for Ukraine
The Biden administration’s decision to dramatically ramp up delivery of artillery guns to Ukraine eight weeks into the war signals a deepening American military commitment...
The president said he has approved $800 million more in military aid to help Ukraine, but warned Congress will need to pass additional assistance.
More than 900 bodies of civilians were discovered in the Kyiv region following the withdrawal of Russian forces.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday approved $800 million in new military assistance to Ukraine, including artillery and helicopters.
Western weaponry pouring into Ukraine helped blunt Russia’s initial offensive and seems certain to play a central role in the approaching battle for Donbas.
The top U.S. military officer says the United States should look at the development of more bases in Eastern Europe to protect against Russian aggression.