US slaps new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine war, raises tariffs
The U.S. Treasury Department announced new sanctions against individuals and companies tied to Russia's defense sector to hobble Russia's war machine.
Ukraine's ammunition demands are 'many times higher' than supply, NATO chief says
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned that Ukraine is using ammunition at a faster pace than allies can supply it as the defense industry moves to increase production.
SpaceX limits Ukraine’s military use of Starlink satellite business
SpaceX is limiting Ukraine's use. President Gwynne Shotwell said Ukraine had used Starlink satellite-internet business in ways that weren’t part of any agreement.
Europe bans Russian diesel imports and other refined oil products
Europe's ban on Russian diesel imports and other refined petroleum products went into effect on Sunday, the latest attempt by the 27-nation bloc to defund Putin's war machine.
Russia’s gas production, exports shrink from sanctions pressure: report
Russia’s natural-gas production will fall by 12% this year and its exports will decline by about a quarter, a sign that intentional pressure on the country from sanctions on oil are taking a toll.
Omnibus contains $11.9B for Pentagon to replenish weapon systems sent to Ukraine
Congress is providing the Pentagon nearly $12 billion to replenish depleted inventories of weapon systems that have been supplied to Ukraine for its war against Russia.
Biden says inflation caused by war in Iraq, says he misspoke because that's where 'my son died'
Joe Biden told voters in Florida on Tuesday that inflation is a worldwide problem caused by the war in Iraq, adding that his son Beau died in Iraq.
Five Russians charged in global scheme to smuggle equipment from US for Russia's military
A wide-ranging indictment was unsealed on Wednesday accusing five Russian nationals of obtaining equipment from the U.S. for the Russian military.
Larry Kudlow: Biden turning off spigots has damaged our economy and national security
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow calls JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon an 'American patriot' and says he is using 'common sense' as he breaks down the failures of President Biden's energy and economic agenda on 'Kudlow.'
China, Russia formed the 'new axis' to steer US into a new Cold War, expert warns
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang warned China and Russia are working with Iran and North Korea to usher in a new Cold War against the US.
Russia blames Western sanctions for pipeline shutdown, while Ukraine accuses the Kremlin of energy 'blackmail'
Russia claimed Monday that Western sanctions have prevented Gazprom from doing necessary maintenance on Nord Stream 1, which carries natural gas to Germany.
Ikea set to liquidate Russian unit as occupation of Ukraine continues
Ikea has decided to liquidate its Russian unit, IKEA Dom, as a long list of other international companies cut ties with the country as it continues to occupy Ukraine.
Nord Stream 1 pipeline from Russia to Europe begins flowing again after being closed for maintenance
Natural gas is flowing again between Russia and Germany after the Nord Stream 1 Baltic Sea pipeline reopened Thursday morning following a 10-day shutdown for annual maintenance.
Russia could default on debt payments after US doesn't extend license to pay bondholders
Russia may default on international debt for the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution after the U.S. chose not to extend its license to Russia to pay bondholders.
Food charity supplies meals to Ukrainians displaced from homes amid war with Russia
A food charity in Dnipro, Ukraine has been providing meals to thousands of Ukrainian residents since Russia launched its invasion.
Lawmakers ask tech giants to archive potential evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine: report
Four high-ranking House lawmakers sent letters on Thursday to executives of Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook's parent company, Meta, asking the social media giants to archive potential evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
European Union likely to approve Russian oil embargo next week: report
European Union countries next week are likely to approve a phased embargo on Russian oil, dealing a significant economic blow to Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine, The New York Times is reporting.
SpaceX nabs 'eye-watering' wins against Russian hackers in Ukraine, Pentagon says
SpaceX has notched "eye-watering" wins against Russian hackers as it tries to keep Ukraine connected to the internet, Pentagon officials said this week.
Russian economy poised to crash as sanctions take their toll
The Russian economy is poised to collapse this year after the U.S. and its European allies hit the Kremlin with a slew of crippling financial penalties over its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
Uber restarts service in Ukrainian capital of Kyiv amid Russia's invasion
Uber said it is restarting its ridesharing service in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on Thursday with the goal of supporting “a return to normality as quickly as possible.”