Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Sgt. Mykhailo Varvarych, a commander in Ukraine's 80th Airborne Assault Brigade, lost both legs while fighting in Luhansk. He and his fiancée Iryna Botvynska, maintain an unflinching romance.
NPR's Scott Simon recounts Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's words to a joint session of Congress this week, and how his country has managed to survive, so far, against Russian aggression.
Winter has come with hardships from war, but life in Kyiv goes on. Soldiers attend church. Opera performances continue. People go ice skating and shop at holiday markets, using headlamps in the dark.
The Kremlin said Thursday that the U.S. is fighting a proxy war with Russia "to the last Ukrainian." The U.S. is supplying Ukraine with another $1.85 billion in aid and an advanced air defense system.
This month marks 100 years since Ukraine joined the Soviet Union. It did so after Ukraine lost in a bid for independence. Ukraine once again finds itself in another life-and-death battle with Moscow.
A photographer and writer follow Ukrainian families whose lives have been upended by conflict since 2014. Their stories show an enduring will to live, even as war rages on around them.
Ukraine's culture minister said his country's allies could stop Russia from weaponizing its culture by temporarily boycotting Russian artists, including The Nutcracker composer Tchaikovsky.
Ukraine's electrical grid has been under assault from Russian airstrikes for two months. Repair workers are racing to fix damaged power stations, even as the country braces for more attacks.
Russia unleashed a new wave of airstrikes at Ukraine, aimed at destroying the power grid. The attacks caused damage and casualties, but Ukraine said it shot down most of the incoming missiles.