A developer showed off the logical next step in robotic warfare.
Victor Zhora, head of Ukraine’s defensive cybersecurity agency, visited one of the biggest hacking conferences in the world this week.
At the start of the war, many foreign volunteers thought they were "cannon fodder." But nearly six months later, foreign fighters, including many Americans, are seen as key part of the Ukrainian war effort.
The lethal combination of heat and drought may produce “grey swan” events that are more dangerous than the sum of their parts.
An atmosphere of suspicion is leading a growing number of Russians to denounce their friends, neighbours and even relatives to the police for opposing Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.
Griner, a center for the Phoenix Mercury, was arrested at Sheremetyevo airport in February after Russian customs discovered less than a gram of cannabis oil in her luggage.
Photographer Natalya Saprunova has captured a rich and vibrant way of life that is increasingly under threat.
“She knew you don’t go in there loaded up with drugs,” former President Donald Trump said of 31-year-old WNBA star Brittney Griner.
Pseudonymous researcher Pancak3 is on a crusade to publish the real names and photos of some of the underground's most infamous hacking crews.
The video appears to show a Russian soldier using a knife to cut the genitals off of a bound Ukrainian soldier.
WNBA player Brittney Griner testified that Russian officials didn’t properly translate her charges and that she was coerced into signing documents.
In the wake of international tensions over Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the nation has decided to leave its founding role on the station.