The deal sought by Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman never came to pass. But their efforts are now part of a federal criminal investigation.
A diplomat told investigators in the impeachment inquiry he overheard the president's call with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
The "Top Gun: Maverick" star was on a mission quite possible in Kiev.
The strong showing reflects the public longing for a fresh leader who has no links to the corruption-ridden Ukrainian political elite.
The announcement follows President Donald Trump's decision to scrap a meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit.
One of Russia’s best-known war correspondents, Arkady Babchenko left his homeland fearing for his life after criticizing Russian policy in Ukraine and Syria.
The annual No Pants Subway Ride began in New York as a prank from the comedy troupe Improv Everywhere. Now, it’s a worldwide phenomenon.
The clients of the country's only queer-focused shelter are speaking out.
The blast reportedly damaged cars, but no one was injured.
A new report by a cybersecurity firm finds that Pawn Storm launched a phishing attack against Academi in 2014.
Former MP Denis Voronenkov was helping the Ukrainian authorities build a treason case against Yanukovich, Ukraine’s pro-Russia former president.
There has been a "big and qualitative shift compared to the Obama’s administration."
Kiev accused pro-Russian rebels of resuming artillery bombardments on the town of Avdiyivka.
Roskilde [Upcoming blog next Sunday: Asian sunsets] France Lübeck Norway Today it's northern Europe's turn for the blog series
The World Post
Of the many foreign policy pots and pans left neglected on the next President's stove, the one marked "Ukraine" may be ready to boil over.