Roughly six Belarusian soldiers who volunteered to fight in Ukraine against Russia's invasion were confirmed on Wednesday to have been captured or killed.
The Southern Poverty Law Center did not respond to requests for comment on whether it will add pro-abortion groups such as Jane's Revenge and Ruth Sent Us as "hate groups."
Matthew Gelling raised money locally and used it to help 'Ukraine Friends' gather and organize medical supplies the Ukrainian military desperately needs.
Pope Francis will be appointing two women to the Dicastery for Bishops, an insider circle of advisors who help the pope evaluate priests and appoint bishops.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the Kremlin's war in Ukraine will not end until President Vladimir Putin's goals are relatized.
Ukrainians in the north and west brace for a land invasion by Belarus come mid-July as Russia's war continues to rage in the east and south.
The Tour de France will honor the victims of the Denmark mall shooting as the suspect sits in psychiatric custody for 24 days while Copenhagen police continue their investigation.
Military experts advised that Putin's comments may not mean much strategically, his position as a world leader with a nuclear arsenal adds weight to anything he says.
All 30 NATO allies signed accession protocols for Sweden and Finland to join the alliance on Tuesday after Turkey dropped its opposition to the expansion.
Summer brings a rise in violent crime, but this year could be worse as major cities continue to see crime surge from their previous record-highs in recent years.
Putin believes he's forced a tipping point on the ground in Ukraine, that economic sanctions have backfired, and that war fatigue and "energy attacks" will weaken the West's resolve.
Ukrainian officials announce a $750 billion recovery plan and urge the international community to join for the "maintenance of global peace."
The Ukrainian Recovery Conference says Ukraine's continued progress on human rights and LGBT inclusion "will be essential" to Ukraine's recovery after Russia's invasion.
Pope Francis shot down rumors that he will soon resign and said he is planning to visit Canada this month. He hopes to then travel to Moscow and Kyiv.
Four Christian ministers spoke to Fox News Digital about a new Gallup poll that shows 81% of Americans believe in God, which is the lowest rate ever recorded.
Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo broke his Instagram silence after sharing photos and videos from Ukraine several months after being fired from the network.
A Ukrainian missile strike hit the Russian border city of Belgorod on Sunday, killing three and damaging dozens of buildings, Russian authorities are claiming.
July 4th should be a time for Americans to reflect on the cost of war, what we demand from the men and women in our military and the toll that takes on them.
An advisor to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has predicted Lysychansk, the last remaining stronghold in Luhansk, could soon fall to Russian forces. Russia's military previously captured its sister city Sievierodonetsk.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has waged 'economic terrorism' in Ukraine by deploying landmines throughout farmlands outside of Kyiv.
White House economics adviser Brian Deese told CNN the 'future of the liberal world order' justified high gas prices, referring to the war in Ukraine.
Pope Francis, in a Spanish-language interview with Argentina's national news agency, dismissed the United Nations as "powerless" to affect meaningful change or preserve peace.
North Korea claims those with COVID-19 contracted the disease after they came in contact with balloons flown from South Korea, with South Korea denying the claim.
Following the Supreme Court's ruling on abortion, senior U.S. officials have crossed the line into bashing the U.S. on the international stage, says one prominent foreign policy relations expert.
One troubled area that deserves a renewed focus is northeastern Syria. The looming problem there involves national security concerns of our Turkish ally.
Pope Francis called Russia's invasion of Ukraine a "cruel and senseless war of aggression" that is pitting Christians against each other on Thursday.
Russian forces committed a "clear war crime" when they bombed a theater in Mariupol where hundreds of civilians were sheltering, Amnesty International says.
Jesse Watters blasted President Biden on "The Five" Thursday for refusing to take responsibility for rising inflation at home, blaming it on Russia and the war in Ukraine.