Six months after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the war is largely one of attrition. Newsy's Jason Bellini examines the human impacts of war in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.
The Human Impacts Of 6 Months Of War In Ukraine
Scripps News' Jason Bellini examines the human impacts of war in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.
Ukrainian troops wait to join the counteroffensive in the 'grey zone'
The grey zone's parameters are defined by trenches and the soldiers defending them.
'Witch' — Ukraine's fearless mortar commander — orders walls of fire
Ukraine's 'Witch,' a lawyer turned mortar commander, shows Scripps News inside her command bunker, where she uses drone footage to direct her teams.
Ukraine's front line deminers: 'Always first, always forward'
De-mining equipment is sidelined due to massive Russian entrenchments. For now, human hands must perform the death-defying duty of clearing mines.
List of best 100 pizzerias in the world is out, and 15 are in the US
You don't have to go all the way to Italy to get a great slice: An American pizzeria took the No. 2 spot!
Off-duty Texas trooper shoots Black neighbor he thought was intruder
Police said the off-duty trooper shot his Houston neighbor through a closed door, striking him in the shoulder.
Why hundreds of Rite Aid stores could soon be closed
Rite Aid has over 2,100 locations around the U.S., and it is speculated that as many as 500 stores could be shut down.