Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy

NATO allies continue to send Ukraine aid 1 year later

The U.S. has sent Ukraine over $113B in military, economic and humanitarian aid, but not all Americans want the U.S. to play a major role in the war.

 | Stephanie Liebergen

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China calls for Russia-Ukraine cease-fire, peace talks

The plan released Friday by China's Foreign Ministry mainly reiterated long-held positions, and analysts said Beijing would be an unlikely broker.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

No Surrender: Ukraine One Year Later

No Surrender: Ukraine One Year Later

Scripps News is live in Kyiv, Ukraine, with this in-depth view of the past year.

 | Scripps News Staff

Delegations applaud at the United Nations headquarters.

1 year into war, United Nations is still searching for resolutions

Since Russia invaded Ukraine one year ago, the United Nations has continuously taken steps to stop the violence, but none have worked.

 | Alexandra Miller

Yara Chornohuz

Ukrainian combat medic's GoPro captures grim front-line reality

Ukrainian combat medic Yara Chornohuz shared with Scripps News dramatic GoPro helmet cam footage, capturing her reality on the front lines.

 | Jason Bellini

a field of missile remnants in Ukraine

Where and why Ukraine stores $100 million of Russian missile remnants

War crimes cases require specificity — all the way down to presenting, in a courtroom, which missile destroyed which hospital.

 | Jason Bellini

A Ukrainian serviceman of the 68 OleksaDovbush hunting brigade, launches a drone at the frontline near Vuhledar, Ukraine

How Ukrainian intel has grown in a year of war

Former CIA Director and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta tells Scripps News Ukrainians have sources within the Russian army and across Ukraine.

 | Sasha Ingber

People attend a vigil at the Trafalgar Square organised by the Ukrainian and U.S. Embassies

It's been one year since Russia invaded Ukraine

The Ukrainian resistance, backed by American-led western support, was fierce. Russia’s plans for invasion and the fall of Ukraine were shattered.

 | Jason Bellini and Matt Simon

U.S. Ambassador to Poland Mark Brzezinski speaks with Scripps News correspondent Haley Bull.

US ambassador to Poland: Collective defense is working against Russia

Ambassador Mark Brzezinski said the war in Ukraine has taken a tremendous toll on the region, but collective defense by NATO is achieving its goal.

 | Haley Bull and Kellan Howell

Kateryna Titowa with her family

Hostomel, Bucha, Irpin: the Ukrainian family that survived all three

A year ago Kateryna Titowa, like many of her neighbors in Hostomel, saw out her window a critical moment of the war.

 | Jason Bellini

Boats are docked along a dried canal during a low tide in Venice, Italy.

Venice canals nearly run dry as Italy set to face drought conditions

Scientists fear that Italy could soon face another drought after last summer's lack of rain brought harsh, dry conditions to the country.

 | Douglas Jones

President Joe Biden.

In Poland, Biden reassures allies that US will defend NATO territory

Biden is meeting with a group of eastern European leaders, reaffirming commitments to defend NATO's eastern flank against Russian aggression.

 | Haley Bull

Ukrainian army members training

The Ukrainian army is now training in the UK

A trench warfare section of the course was added in as the Russian advance stalled, and trenches became part of the conflict.

 | John Bevir

A tank gunner named Lion is pictured.

Inside the secret tank repair battalion near Ukraine's front lines

Old tanks play a critical role in Ukraine's battle against Russia, and a tank gunner is putting faith in repairs as they wait for better NATO tanks.

 | Jason Bellini

Ukrainian refugee Mariia Holovan with her sponsor family in the U.S.

Ukrainians adjust to US life, a year into war

Mariia Holovan now proudly calls Winterville, North Carolina home, but says she wants to return to Ukraine some day.

 | Joe St. George

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russia suspends only remaining major nuclear treaty with US

In suspending the New START Treaty, Putin said Russia should stand ready to resume nuclear weapons tests if the U.S. does so.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

President Joe Biden walks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

President Biden's visit to Ukraine required careful, quiet planning

President Joe Biden's secret trip to Kyiv marked his first since the war began, and it took months of effort.

 | Haley Bull

U.S. President Joe Biden and Polish President Andrzej Duda.

Biden in Poland to mark one year since Russian invasion of Ukraine

The White House says President Biden will thank Poland for its support and remind the world of the need to stand with Ukraine.

 | Haley Bull

U.S. President Joe Biden with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his spouse Olena Zelenska..

Biden visits Ukraine ahead of war anniversary: 'Kyiv stands'

During the surprise visit, Biden announced an additional $500 million in U.S. assistance — on top of the more than $50 billion already provided.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff and Briana Koeneman

Ukraine: Impacts of Invasion

Ukraine: Impacts of Invasion

Bellingcat and Scripps News explore the human costs of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the war that continues to rage in eastern Europe.

 | Scripps News Staff

Vice President Kamala Harris

US: Russia has committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine

Vice President Kamala Harris said the international community has both a moral and a strategic interest in pursuing those crimes.

 | Michael Probst / AP

Natalia Zubar taking photos of damage

Citizen war crimes investigator in Ukraine risks life for justice

Natalia Zubar is a self-appointed war crimes investigator. She races to the scene of Russian attacks to document details of devastation.

 | Jason Bellini

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon leaves post after 8 years

Sturgeon, the first female leader of Scotland, has led the nation since 2014, when Scots narrowly voted to remain part of the United Kingdom.

 | AP

U.K. Queen Consort Camilla

Camilla, queen consort, cancels visits over COVID-19

Camilla's staff canceled her commitments for the rest of the week as she rests while recovering from symptoms similar to a common cold.

 | Scripps News Staff

A doctor conducts the procedure of intracytoplasmic sperm injection.

Some Ukrainian soldiers freeze sperm amid war with Russia

Some Ukrainian soldiers are turning to the process of freezing sperm as they face the possibility that they might never go home.

 | AP

A trench at Ukraine's border with Belarus

Ukraine beefs up along Belarus border — in case Putin wants a do-over

Scripps News visited the border with Belarus, where Ukraine’s military and border guard service have built a vast network of trenches.

 | Jason Bellini

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Ukraine's Zelenskyy makes emotional appeal for EU membership

Ukraine wants to become part of the European Union in a matter of years, but in practice it can take decades to join the bloc.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Zelenskyy tells UK ‘freedom will win,’ pushes for warplanes

This was was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's second confirmed journey outside Ukraine since Russia invaded nearly a year ago.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Nurses stand on the picket line in London.

UK nurses, ambulance crews strike, straining health system

Unions are seeking a pay raise for the current year, but the government says it will only talk about the year ahead.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett

Former Israeli PM: Putin promised not to kill Zelenskyy

Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett became one of the few Western leaders to meet President Vladimir Putin during the war.

 | AP