According to Ukraine's military, Russia has lost more than 4,100 tanks since the beginning of the war.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny called Girkin's detention illegal in a Tuesday message.
Soldiers are heard being threatened by their commanding officers in newly published audio.
A new app that identifies a company's politics has been embraced by the right, but it's also designed for left-wing consumers.
The country music star's new video has been heralded by conservatives but slammed by critics who call it racist.
The planned drones course follows an earlier announcement that Russian schools will soon offer military training.
Frankel has called on fellow reality TV stars to stop filming until executives agree to pay them residuals for their work.
Due to troop losses and stalled recruitment efforts, reports suggest Russia may be trying to entice women to join the military, a move it previously resisted.
Frankel, a popular reality TV personality and entrepreneur, called on reality stars to stop working until they start receiving residuals.
Testimony from the IRS employees about the government's handling of Hunter Biden's tax case provided several newsworthy moments.
Former President Donald Trump's daughter was brought up by multiple members of Congress during Wednesday's hearing.
In an audio posted by Ukraine, a Russian serviceman compares serving in the war for his country to slavery.
Richard Donoghue, a former acting deputy attorney general in Trump's administration, said Smith "is not a bleeding heart liberal."
The Georgia lawmaker attacked the special counsel on social media after former President Donald Trump said he thinks he'll be arrested again.
The mercenary group has reportedly begun setting up in a Belarusian town not far from the Ukrainian border.
The strikes on the Kerch Strait Bridge could have broader consequences for Russia's hold on the Crimean Peninsula.
Ukraine's military intelligence posted an intercepted phone call between two Russian soldiers who were allegedly discussing the incident.
A former NATO supreme allied commander warned there's a risk of confrontation between NATO ships and Russia's navy if the latter "acts recklessly."
The president's most recent comments about Putin turning to nuclear weapons in Ukraine contrast sharply with prior remarks made last month.
After a forceful showing early in the war, Russia has lost a lot of the territory in Ukraine it once controlled.
General Ivan Popov accused Russian military leaders of "viciously beheading" their own troops by not providing sufficient support.
Among the charges against the man touted as a "whistleblower" by some GOP lawmakers is a count of making false statements to officials.
Russians withdrew $1.1 billion from banks during the Wagner mercenaries marched on Moscow.
A video shows Russian soldiers saying a commander ordered them to stay in the pit after they said they wouldn't return to the Ukrainian war's front lines.
NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Friday announced a program for Kyiv that will provide more political cooperation and defense guarantees.
A group of soldiers in Ukraine posted a video in which they announced their decision to no longer fight for Russia.
The former New York City mayor said he could find the person who left the drug behind with some lie detector analysts and forensic experts.
Bud Light continues to experience backlash, as evidenced by online comments about a thief stealing cases of the beer.
The Kremlin's spokesman said Russia doesn't care about the whereabouts of the man who led a mutiny against the government weeks ago.
A former White House press secretary during the Trump administration said there's "no way" cocaine found at the White House belonged to Hunter Biden.