Max Titov is pictured with his modified truck.

Ukraine's 'Mad Max' Sends 4-Wheeled Foreign Fighters Into Battle

A Ukrainian software engineer is procuring used civilian cars and trucks and souping them up to survive battle.

 | Jason Bellini

EU Warns Musk To Beef Up Twitter Controls Ahead Of New Rules

The EU's commissioner for digital policy told Elon Musk Twitter will have to increase efforts to comply with new rules under the Digital Services Act.

 | AP

Charity leader Ngozi Fulani, centre left, attends a reception held by Britain's Camilla, the Queen Consort

Buckingham Palace Household Member Resigns Amid Race Comment

The staff member repeatedly asked Ngozi Fulani, a Black British national, what country she "came from."

 | AP

NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs meet.

NATO Commits To Future Ukraine Membership, Drums Up Aid

It's a commitment that NATO leaders made to Ukraine 14 years ago, but it won't happen anytime soon and some say it influenced Russia's invasion.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Europol headquarters

Police Smash European Cocaine 'Super Cartel,' Arrest 49

Over 33 tons of drugs were seized during investigations in Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UAE with the support of Europol.

 | AP

An aerial view of damaged houses after heavy rainfall triggered landslides.

Newborn Among 7 Dead In Landslide On Italy's Ischia Island

The risks of landslides remained in the highest part of the town, near where heavy rainfall loosened a chunk of mountainside.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A person walks by house damaged during Russian shelling.

Bombed, Not Beaten: Ukraine's Capital Flips To Survival Mode

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said about 70% of the Ukrainian capital was still without power on Thursday morning.

 | AP and Sergio Olmos

Britain's King Charles III of the United Kingdom shakes hands with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

How Rishi Sunak's Plan For U.K. Could Affect US Economy, Politics

Any potential hits to the U.K. economy can complicate matters for the U.S., making its new prime minister's plan globally important.

 | Scripps News Staff

Ukrainians queue to fill containers with drinking water.

Ukraine Tells Citizens to Evacuate Liberated Areas Before Winter

Authorities urged residents of the two southern regions, which Russian forces have been shelling for months, to move to safer areas.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Apartment buildings destroyed by Russian shelling.

Ukraine Says It Will Look Into Alleged Prisoner Shooting Video

Russia says video snippets posted on social media show Ukrainian forces executing Russian troops.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A plume of smoke rises during a fire caused by a Russian attack in Kherson, southern Ukraine.

Renewed Shelling Threatens Key Ukrainian Nuclear Plant

Multiple explosions abruptly ended a period of relative calm around the nuclear facility that has been the site of fighting since Russia invaded.

 | AP

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shakes hands with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during their meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine.

U.K. PM Sunak On Surprise Trip To Ukraine, Meets Zelenskyy

The U.K. has been one of the staunchest Western supporters of Ukraine's resistance to Russia's invasion, giving Kyiv $2.7 billion in military aid.

 | AP

People charging their phones in Ukraine.

Russian Strikes Force Hours-Long Power Outages In Ukraine

Grid operators say freezing temperatures and increased Russian shelling are putting additional pressure on the country's energy networks.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

British Chancellor Jeremy Hunt.

U.K. Announces Tax Hikes And Spending Cuts To Restore Finances

Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt imposed $65 billion in tax increases and spending cuts as the U.K. looks to put its finances on a sustainable path.

 | AP

Police work outside a Polish grain depot.

Poland, NATO Say Fatal Missile Landing Wasn't Russian Attack

NATO members Germany and the U.K. were among those stressing the need for a full investigation into the strike that killed two people in Poland.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff and Trent Murray

Pedestrians pass a souvenir shop on Oxford Street in London.

U.K. Inflation Accelerates To 41-Year High Of 11.1%

Higher prices for food and energy drove Britain's inflation rate to the highest since October 1981.

 | AP

Refugees fleeing Ukraine arrive at a Poland border crossing.

Poland: Russian-Made Missile Fell On Our Country, Killing 2

Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller did not immediately confirm the information, but said top leaders were holding an emergency meeting.

 | AP

Ukrainians gather in downtown to celebrate the recapturing of Kherson city, Ukraine.

Ukrainian Police, Broadcasts Return To Long-Occupied City

A Ukrainian police chief said some 200 officers were at work in Kherson, setting up checkpoints and documenting evidence of possible war crimes.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Edvard Munch's "The Scream" painting.

Famed Painting 'The Scream' Targeted By Climate Activists

Police said two climate activists attempted to glue themselves to the 1893 Edvard Much painting at the National Museum of Norway.

 | AP

Russian troops guard the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station.

Ukrainian Troops Prepare To Enter Kherson After Russian Withdrawal

The withdrawal marks a major victory for Ukraine, though Moscow maintains control of about 70% of the region and still considers it Russian territory.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley.

100,000 Russian Troops Killed Or Injured In Ukraine, U.S. Says

U.S. Gen. Mark Milley said as many as 40,000 Ukrainian civilians and "well over" 100,000 Russian troops have been killed or wounded in the war.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff and Giles Gibson

Britain's King Charles III

Police Detain Man After Eggs Thrown At King Charles III

The protester reportedly booed and shouted "This country was built on the blood of slaves" as he was being detained.

 | AP

People walking across street in the dark.

Power Partially Restored In Russian-Occupied Kherson

The Ukrainian city in the region that Moscow annexed in September was cut off from power and water supplies on Sunday following damage to power lines.

 | AP

A man in the remains of his house destroyed by fighting outside of Kyiv, Ukraine.

Kyiv Prepares For A Winter With No Heat, Water Or Power

Russia has focused on striking Ukraine's energy infrastructure over the last month, causing power shortages and rolling outages across the country.

 | AP

Investigators inspect a site of an apartment building after shelling

Russian Soldiers Reportedly Spread Into Kherson's Homes

A resident said Russian soldiers are forcing Ukrainian civilians from their apartments in the Kherson region and moving in themselves.

 | AP

The Bank of England.

Bank Of England Makes Biggest Interest Rate Hike In 30 Years

The Bank of England boosted its key rate by three-quarters of a percentage point, to 3%, after consumer price inflation soared to a 40-year high.

 | AP

Cargo ships anchored in the Marmara Sea await to cross the Bosphorus Straits in Istanbul, Turkey

Russia Rejoins Wartime Deal On Ukrainian Grain Exports

The deal was originally set up in July to ensure parts of the world would receive grain from the Black Sea region during Russia's war in Ukraine.

 | AP

Damaged Russian tanks.

Most Of Kyiv Without Water After Russian Strikes Hit Ukraine

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said that 80% of consumers in the city of 3 million people were left without water because of damage to a power facility.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Russian Black Sea fleet ships are anchored in one of the bays of Sevastopol, Crimea.

Global Food Concerns Rise As Russia Halts Ukraine Grain Deal

The grain initiative has allowed more than 9 million tons of grain in 397 ships to safely leave Ukrainian ports since it was signed in July.

 | AP

Liz Truss

U.K. Politicians Demand Probe Into Liz Truss Phone Hack Claim

Claims say Russian spies were suspected of the hack.

 | AP