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    UNHCR Rep on Ukrainian refugees returning home: “The main obstacle to return is safety and security”

    04:23
  • Engel: Detention of Russian-American seems politically motivated,’ ‘a move by Russia to show power’

    07:24
  • Zygar: Navalny said it’s ‘crucial not to lose the next opportunity to make Russia a democracy’

    06:16
  • 'Absolutely absurd': White House connects Ukraine losses to House GOP stalling on aid

    06:23
  • House GOP and Speaker Mike Johnson continue to embolden Putin by holding up Ukraine funding

    11:46
  • Ukrainian documentarian: Ukraine is ‘a humanitarian catastrophe,’ but ‘a bargaining chip for some’

    03:30
  • Amb. Markarova: U.S. has to ‘be bold,’ ‘sanction all Russian banks,’ to stop Russian ‘war crimes’

    07:34
  • The challenges Ukrainian refugees face in Poland

    06:43
  • Joe: Trump, Johnson are what stands between Congress passing or not passing Ukraine aid

    10:29
  • Maddow: The world needs Russian dissidents against growing threat of Putin aggression

    10:00
  • VP Harris: ‘This is a moment where America has the ability to actually demonstrate through action’

    05:27
  • McFaul: It’s ‘hard’ for Navalnaya to fight Putin but Congress has ‘something right in front of them’

    10:49
  • Over 400 arrested as Russia mourns the death of Alexei Navalny

    02:23
  • Ukraine confirms retreat from stronghold town of Avdiivka

    01:33
  • 'Dangerous, dumb, and un-American': Biden team torches Trump's latest NATO remarks

    05:55
  • 'Russia's not going to stop': Maj. Gen. Patrick Ryder urges House to pass Ukraine aid

    05:38
  • Sen. Kaine: Turner's warning of a threat is ‘cryptic,’ ‘he hasn’t indicated what he’s referring to’

    08:17
  • Putin is cashing in on his ‘enormous’ investment in Trump, says Hayes

    03:51
  • Donald Trump ‘would throw our allies to Putin’: Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia 

    11:23
  • Lemire: ‘Real concerns’ about ‘what the US really stands for’ if congress fails to pass foreign aid

    07:04

Putin on trial? Biden condemns 'genocide' as Pentagon pushes weapons over The Hague

07:04

The U.S. is sending $800 million worth of military hardware to Ukraine to fight off Russia's attacks as Pres. Biden rebukes Putin for "genocide" and war crimes. Pentagon Press Secretary Adm. John Kirby outlines the military aid and the administration's view of how Putin has unified NATO and the West against him, in an interview with MSNBC’s Ari Melber. Kirby says that, despite Biden's recent comments, the Pentagon opposes the U.S. joining the International Criminal Court, which is the main avenue for any potential trial of a foreign head of state for war crimes.