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After weeks of sleeping on crates of grenades, a guilt-ridden Russian officer decided to quit

Russians attack strategically important city overnight but are pushed back

Russia: Moscow bans more than 900 Americans from entering country, including President Biden

Trevor Reed details surviving horrendous conditions
Trevor Reed, an American citizen and former Marine recently freed after two years in a Russian prison, detailed his harrowing experience surviving a psychiatric treatment facility in the country in an exclusive ...

Watch: Satellite image leads to horrifying conclusion
The US company Planet is taking revealing satellite images of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports.

Where things stand: It's nearly three months since Russia invaded Ukraine
It is nearly three months since Russia invaded Ukraine -- a 12-week period in which Russian forces have wrought devastation on the country and its people, resulting in death on a vast ...

Destruction: Ukraine's natural environment is another casualty of war. The damage could be felt for decades
The pine forests around Irpin are Oleh Bondarenko's happy place. He discovered them as a child, when his mom sent him to the area for summer camp, and he has been coming ...

Opinion: Why Putin puts his neighbor Georgia on edge
Upon arriving in Tbilisi, Georgia's capital, for the first time since the pandemic began, I dropped my bag off at my Airbnb, strolled out and noticed the words "F**k Putin" graffitied ...

Tiger Woods withdraws from PGA Championship
• White Sox manager says Yankees' player called Chicago player a racist comment • One dead after finishing Brooklyn Half Marathon and 15 others injured

An author who studies diverse democracies shares what he sees as the future of the US
• This working mom is Republicans' best shot at unseating Marjorie Taylor Greene -- if they want to • Opinion: Pennsylvania has a primary problem • Video: 'You are a shame': Conservative ...

'I never imagined this would be my life,' Pete Davidson said in emotional goodbye on 'SNL'
"Saturday Night Live" closed out its 47th season by saying goodbye to two of its most beloved cast members.

Woman whose voice was heard in rubble of Surfside condo collapse has been identified
The faint and calm voice of a woman trapped in the hulking pile of concrete and twisted steel could be heard for several hours after the collapse of the Surfside, Florida, condominium ...

How this volunteer driver is helping the Ukrainian resistance
Uliana Hileta is a graphic designer turned volunteer driver who drives refitted donated cars to the Ukrainian resistance forces fighting on the front lines. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

Why tribal lands are unlikely to become abortion sanctuaries
As Roe v. Wade looks likely to be overturned, tribal lands have come up in conversations on social media and elsewhere as potential safe havens for those seeking abortions.

Biden offers message to North Korea's nuclear-armed dictator
President Joe Biden will conclude a visit to South Korea on Sunday visiting with some of the nearly 30,000 American service members stationed here.

'This is 'The Twilight Zone'': Acosta reacts to Orban plugging Tucker Carlson in speech
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán mentioned Fox host Tucker Carlson in his remarks at CPAC in the country. Watch former Republican congressman Joe Walsh and CNN's Jim Acosta and Charlie Dent ...

Opinion: US leadership thriving abroad
The United States has performed impressively in its efforts to counter Russia's brutal aggression against Ukraine. The combination of Russian leader Vladimir Putin's miscalculation, Ukraine's bravery and Washington's effective global leadership is ...

'Complete and total catastrophe': Ex-GOP congressman rips Republican candidate
Former Republican congressman Charlie Dent reacts to state Sen. Doug Mastriano, a leading voice advancing former President Donald Trump's lies about election fraud, winning the GOP primary for Pennsylvania governor.

Buffalo massacre strikes chord with families who lost loved ones to racist mass shootings
For Tito Anchondo, the racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, reopens wounds that never completely healed. Anchondo lost his brother and sister-in-law to the 2019 mass shooting at a Walmart in El ...

Opinion: Dark clouds are on the horizon for Democrats
Democrats are still gearing up for a brutal midterm election. The clouds hanging over the party have only darkened in the past few weeks, increasing the chances of another "shellacking" like the ...

Coke's new bottle cap doesn't come off
Coke knows that its soda caps often end up as litter. So it's trying to solve the problem by tethering them to the bottle, at least in the United Kingdom.

Early Voting wins the 147th Preakness Stakes
Early Voting won the 147th Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

'Every baby needs to be fed': Mom struggling to find formula
CNN's Polo Sandoval talks with the Eith family who have a four-month-old baby with dietary needs, which makes the search for formula even more difficult during the US baby formula shortage.

2-year old orders 31 cheeseburgers after mom leaves phone unlocked
A Texas mother learned an important lesson about leaving her phone unlocked after her 2-year-old son accidentally ordered 31 McDonald's cheeseburgers from DoorDash.

Paralyzed man uses microchip implanted in brain to drive race car
A microchip implanted in German Aldana Zuniga's brain allowed the paraplegic man to drive a race car more than 9 years after he lost the use of his legs in an auto accident. ...