THE DISCORD LEAKS | The activity has disturbed some U.S. officials, who worry a longstanding U.S. ally is growing too close to Beijing.
The Wagner Group is a name that seems to be coming up often, whether it’s in connection with the war in Ukraine or the fighting in Sudan. Today on “Post Reports,” reporter Greg Miller unpacks the origins of this mercenary network and its growth fueling instability around the world.
President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi in February planned to produce 40,000 rockets for Russia and instructed officials to keep production and shipment secret “to avoid problems with the West.”
A former graduate student in Washington, who claimed to be Brazilian but was unmasked as a Russian spy, has been charged by the U.S. with acting as a foreign agent.
The U.S. military shot down a fourth aerial “object” over Lake Huron on Sunday, according to two members of Congress from Michigan who said they were briefed by Defense Department officials.
The high-level visit by William Burns comes at a critical juncture in the war and as the government in Kyiv airs concern about the durability of U.S. support.
Yanjun Xu's case marks a first in the U.S. Justice Department’s escalating efforts to thwart economic espionage by foreign spies.
CIA Director William J. Burns was in the U.S. Embassy and was not hurt in the assault, which occurred a day after he met with his Russian counterpart in Turkey.
The increased flow of weapons could help offset steep Russian weapons losses and provide precision-guided munitions like those used in strikes in Ukraine last week.
This year's Nobel Peace Prize was given to human rights activists from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, and was awarded on Putin's 70th birthday.
Russia’s Defense Ministry is preparing to buy “millions of rockets and artillery shells” from North Korea as it runs low on weapons in Ukraine, U.S. intelligence says.
Officials describe a crash effort to build an arsenal of chemical and biological weapons.
He said the CIA and White House had misled Congress and the public as part of an effort to overthrow the left-wing government of Nicaragua.
The unannounced trip to Kyiv by McConnell’s delegation was the latest in a parade of high-level western officials that has included first lady Jill Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Western officials, including first lady Jill Biden, are showing their support for the Ukrainian government in defiance of Russia's relentless attacks.
Fighting continued in Ukraine’s eastern regio, with the Ukrainians accusing Russian forces of blowing up three bridges northeast of Kharkiv.
Pelosi's visit came as the first large group of civilians was able to be evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant in the battered Ukrainian port city of Mariupol.
It’s unclear whether hundreds more civilians and soldiers will be able to get out as talks between Russia and Ukraine appeared fraught.
New data shows court orders from the foreign intelligence court targeting individuals dropped sharply. Officials say that is due partly to the pandemic and a decrease in terrorist activity to investigate.
The battle for control over eastern and southern cities like Mariupol is the latest stage in a war now in its eighth week. Russia is trying to solidify its grip on an area that provides important access points to the Black Sea and beyond.