Putin Urges West To Act Quickly To Offer Security Guarantees
Putin welcomed talks with the U.S. that are set to start in Geneva, but sternly warned that Moscow expects the discussion to produce quick talks.
Zelenskyy accuses Russia of violating UN Charter at Security Council
Ukraine's president says Russia is undermining norms of war and the United Nations Charter at a Security Council meeting Wednesday.
Ukraine says 16 dead after Russian missile strikes market
One child was among the dead after a missile struck the market in what Ukraine officials are calling a "terrorist attack."
Largest attack on Russia in 18 months: Drones take aim at 6 targets
Drones hit an airport in the western Pskov region of Russia and started a massive fire there. State media said transport planes were damaged.
Colin Kaepernick makes plea to join NY Jets after Aaron Rodgers injury
In a letter shared to social media by rapper J. Cole, the free agent quarterback requests to join the Jets practice squad to give the team more depth.
Colombian family flees to US to escape corrupt government
A deadly route between Colombia and Panama, the Darien Gap is known as one of the most dangerous migration trails — for some, it is worth the risk.
Michigan State fires football coach amid sexual harassment claims
Mel Tucker was suspended without pay on Sept. 10 as the school investigated claims the coach sexually harassed a rape survivor.