House Recommends Contempt Charges for 2 Trump Aides
The House of Representatives voted to recommend that the Justice Department charge Peter Navarro and Dan Scavino Jr. with criminal contempt of Congress for defying subpoenas issued by the committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack.
Yellen: U.S. Working 'Very Closely' With Allies on Sanctions for Russia
Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen said the United States would continue taking steps to cut Russia off from the global financial system, even as many European countries remain dependent on Russian energy.
Zelensky Urges U.N. Security Council to Reform Its System
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine told the United Nations Security Council 'to act immediately' against Russia's invasion during a live video speech.
Watch Live: Zelensky Addresses U.N. Security Council
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine will speak during a United Nations Security Council meeting as the United States and European allies demand accountability for alleged atrocities by Russian forces. Warning: This video may contain graphic images.
U.N. Chief Assails World Leaders Over 'Broken Climate Promises'
A new United Nations report warned that if countries do not move away much faster from fossil fuels, the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius would likely be out of reach by the end of the decade.
Zelensky Slams Merkel and Sarkozy for Denying Ukraine a Path to NATO
Angela Merkel, the former German chancellor, said through a spokeswoman that she stands by her 2008 decision to not give Ukraine a membership action plan to join NATO.
Russian Missiles Strike Ukrainian Port City of Odesa
Russian forces launched a series of strikes on infrastructure along Ukraine's coast, including in the port city of Odesa, on the Black Sea.
Amazon Workers in N.Y.C. Vote to Unionize
Workers at Amazon's warehouse on Staten Island in New York City celebrated their successful vote to form a union, delivering the first win for organized labor in the United States at the company.
U.S. Economy Sees Strong Job Growth, Inflation Remains a Threat
President Biden delivered remarks on the jobs report for March as the labor market strengthened and inflation continued to rise.
'Putin Is Not the Force He Used to Be,' U.K. Defense Minister Says
Britain's defense minister said that Russia's army was exhausted and that its reputation 'has been trashed' as a result of President Vladimir V. Putin's actions.