Ukraine aid is stalled in the U.S. House of Representatives. Vice President Harris said there's no other option for helping Ukraine push back against Russia's invasion.
NATO is promising a delivery of a million drones to Ukraine, even as future U.S. support seems uncertain. Ukrainians in Sumy, a region in northeastern Ukraine, live under Russian shelling and deadly mortar attacks.
Vice President Harris is making a major address on Friday at the Munich Security Conference. But European leaders are alarmed at the U.S. failure to keep its promise to continue to back Ukraine.
Ukrainian soldiers on a break from the front lines meet up with their wives and girlfriends, who arrive on the so-called "train of love," where every day is Valentine's Day.
President Biden said it seems like the bill with funding for the border, Ukraine and other national security issues will fail. He vowed to make that failure an election issue.
Ukraine is looking to reform its conscription policies to help bolster troop numbers after nearly two years of war, fueling fears among some civilians who don't want to fight.
Russian missiles targeted Ukraine's two biggest cities on Tuesday morning, damaging apartment buildings and killing at least six people.
President Biden has asked Congress for billions more in help for Ukraine in its fight against Russia. But Republicans have made it contingent on major changes in U.S. border policy.
The NATO and EU member borders Belarus, the Russian territory of Kaliningrad and Ukraine — plus a strip of land connecting it to Lithuania. It is an unstable and volatile mix of frontiers.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is in New York for the U.N. General Assembly. He spoke with NPR's Steve Inskeep about why U.S. aid to Ukraine remains so important.