We're using new geopolitical and military terms — and resurrecting and revising old ones — to discuss Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a conflict in which information is treated as another battlefield.
An NPR analysis of security footage and photos following the attack on Europe's largest nuclear power plant shows that many of the plant's critical safety systems were in the field of Russian fire.
The reported Russian effort to find Syrians with urban combat experience is the latest indication that Russia's invasion of Ukraine is not going as planned.
The invasion of Ukraine occurred despite weeks of diplomatic efforts, including calls between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin and European leaders' visits to Putin in Moscow.
A Russian-backed separatist leader in eastern Ukraine announced an evacuation to Russia, alleging the Ukrainian military was preparing to invade the area. The U.S. says it's "disinformation."
The U.S. government is telling Americans it's "past time" to leave Ukraine. But James Berk, an optician from New Jersey, has a Ukrainian wife and a newborn baby. For now, they're staying put.
In the borderlands near Crimea, there is a war for the hearts and minds of Ukrainian citizens.
As much as 40% of Europe's natural gas supply comes from Russia, a reliance that puts U.S. allies like Germany in a jam when it comes to finding a sanctions solution to the crisis.