Jason Bellini

Jason Bellini

International Correspondent

Jason Bellini is Scripps News’s international correspondent. Currently, his primary assignment is covering the war in Ukraine. He joined Scripps News in 2021. An alum of CNN, Bloomberg News, and the Wall Street Journal, Bellini has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Kosovo and Iraq. He focuses on telling the stories of remarkable individuals who are being put to the test by the most extraordinary of circumstances.

Recent Work
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Michael Probst /APPolitics

Ukraine's Zelenskyy Calls On Putin To Meet As Tensions Soar

Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin
Czarek Sokolowski / APU.S.

Secretary Of Defense Meets With Officials, U.S. Troops In Poland

A Ukrainian soldier
Ukrainian Presidential Press Office / APWorld

Ukraine Kindergarten Hit With Shells, U.S. Blames Russia For Attack

A soldiers walks across a tarmac.
Nathan Posner / APWorld

U.S. Military Presence Is Growing In Poland

A U.S. helicopter at an airport in Poland

Poland Has A Growing Role Amid Russia-Ukraine Tensions

Ukrainian servicemen walk on an armored fighting vehicle
Vadim Ghirda / APPolitics

Russia Holding Military Drills With Belarus

The TikTok logo
Kiichiro Sato / APPolitics

Experts Are Using TikTok To Track Russian Troop Movement

A U.S. Air Force plane landing
Czarek Sokolowski / APU.S.

More U.S. Troops Deployed To Europe In Response To Russia

A Ukrainian serviceman walks in the ruins of an industrial compound
Vadim Ghirda / APWorld

Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, U.S. Carry Out Military Exercises In Europe

Russian President Vladimir Putin touches his earpiece during a conference.
Yuri Kochetkov / APWorld

Military Analysts: 'Hybrid Warfare' Has Begun Between Russia, Ukraine

A Ukrainian soldier trains using the U.S. M141 Bunker Defeat Munition
Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service / APWorld

U.S. National Guard Trains Military Forces In Ukraine

A Russian naval vessel
Russian Defense Ministry Press Service / APWorld

Russia Displays A Modernized Military

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin speaks during a media briefing at the Pentagon.
Alex Brandon / APWorld

Austin Says Pres. Putin Now Has Full Range Of Options In Ukraine

The Russian army's Iskander missile launchers take positions during drills in Russia
Russian Defense Ministry Press Service / APPolitics

Russian Iskander Weaponry Poses Dangerous Threat In Ukraine Conflict

Activists hold a huge Ukrainian national flag outside of St. Michael cathedral in Kyiv, Ukraine
Efrem Lukatsky / APPolitics

Experts: Cyber Warfare May Be Used To Start Invasion Into Ukraine

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby speaks during a briefing at the Pentagon.

U.S. Puts 8,500 Troops On Heightened Alert Amid Russia Tension

Soldiers sit on the grass.
Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press OfficePolitics

Ukraine Receives Supplies From Allies As Russia Amasses Weaponry

Members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board reveal the 2022 time on the Doomsday Clock.
Bulletin of the Atomic ScientistsU.S.

Doomsday Clock Remains At 100 Seconds To Midnight In 2022

People clear debris off the street in Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Marian Kupu / Broadcom Broadcasting / APWorld

Tongan People Struggle To Connect To Rest Of The World After Eruption

A man is handed a swab for a Covid-19 rapid test.
Richard Vogel / APScience and Health

The Latest Recommendations On Masks To Prevent The Spread Of COVID

The Venmo app
Patrick Semansky / APU.S.

Payment Platforms Like Venmo Required To Report Transactions To IRS

G2 Guiding Robot
Joe Buglewicz / APTech

Consumer Electronics Show Highlights New Generation Of Robots

A man drives a concept flying car at CES.

Flying Cars Are A Real Concept At The Consumer Electronics Show

A color, custom tattoo printer at 2022's Consumer Electronics Show

Here's What You'll See At The 2022 Consumer Electronics Show

Elizabeth Holmes leaves federal court after the verdict
Nic Coury / APU.S.

Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Convicted Of Fraud And Conspiracy

California Department of Water Resources check the depth of a snow pack.

California Needs More Snow To Offset Drought, Diminished Runoff Levels

A hiring sign hangs in the window of a Taco Bell in Sacramento, Calif., on July 15, 2021.
Rich Pedroncelli, File / APBusiness

California Raises Minimum Wage to $15 An Hour

Woman wears virtual reality headset
Mark Schiefelbein / APTech

Top Tech Trends of 2021

Crowds of people at Kabul's international airport

In Review: A Satellite View Of The Year's Biggest Moments

A snowboarder

'So Difficult': Winter Snow, Cold Slam Northwest And Sierra