Faces Of The War
The three-month anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, with in-the-field reporting from Newsy correspondent Jason Bellini.
The world saw it coming, but still somehow it was beyond belief.
The numbers are staggering: tens of thousands of dead soldiers, many Ukrainians, and many more Russians, slaughtered civilians, and a flood of refugees not seen since the darkest days of World War II.
But behind every cold, hard statistic is a human story of love lost, dreams broken and acts of defiance that rallied the nation and the world.
These are the stories from three months that changed the world.
"Newsy Tonight" presents: Faces of the War with Jason Bellini in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Ukrainian theater lives on in a bunker
The Mykolaiv Art Drama Theatre was nearly destroyed by a Russian strike. Now, audiences fill seats in the bunker below.By Scripps News
Ukraine’s art of war: 'There’s always fresh blood'
Igor Gusev, a noted Ukrainian artist from Odesa, changed course after Russia’s invasion.By Scripps News
Ukraine's Drone Pilot Schools Scramble To Train Combat Flyers
Ukraine can't train drone pilots fast enough to keep up with the front-line demand for their skills.By Scripps News
Where Gen Z gets its news: social media
A 2022 poll shows the favorite news source for Gen Z is social media.By Martin Meissner / AP
Federal funding helps Jackson, Mississippi address water crisis
A Jackson restaurant owner shares what the millions headed to the city could do to help businesses like his deal with aging infrastructure.By AP
Inside the chaotic system of New York's immigration services
Lack of information, guidance and a language barrier are just a few issues migrants face while waiting sometimes overnight in lines.By Scripps News