Viktor Petrenko, who won a gold medal at the 1992 Winter Games, has been shunned by Ukrainian figure skating officials — and by President Volodymyr Zelensky — after performing in Sochi, Russia.
As combat sports grow in popularity, ringside physicians grapple with the precarious ethics of their role.
To better understand the obstacles faced by wheelchair users, The Times sent a reporter and a photographer to document one man’s plane trip. Here’s what they saw.
The Pentagon announcement comes as Ukrainian forces undertake a counteroffensive aimed at reclaiming the southern city of Kherson.
The top U.N. Mideast envoy is warning that the ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants is “fragile” and the “cycles of violence” will only stop when an independent Palestinian state lives side-by-side with Israel
Ukraine says that announcing a planned offensive on the southern front has paid off in the eastern Donbas region, as both sides deploy forces based on guessing each other’s next moves.
Ukrainian officials have announced the results of a meticulous months-long investigation that was at times painful and gruesome.
The Biden administration’s efforts come at a challenging moment, as Russia’s protracted war in Ukraine tests the resolve of even Kyiv’s biggest backers.
One particular image sparked online worry and intrigue: a man in a suit sitting atop a submerged car’s hood in Seoul’s upscale Gangnam district.
An incident involving a white Mississippi Highway Patrol officer and three Black men is under investigation after a viral video showed the officer putting a handcuffed man into a chokehold and wrestling him into a ditch
A report from England’s children’s commissioner on Monday found that 650 children, including a disproportionate number of young Black boys, were subjected to the practice.
Also, a moving dispatch from Ukraine and the dire outlook for Afghanistan.
The Biden administration says the push will bolster African and American interests, including the ability of the United States to compete against China and Russia.
The Israeli military says that close to one-third of the Palestinians who died in the latest outbreak of violence between Israel and Gaza militants may have been killed by errant rockets fired by the Palestinian side
Russia seized the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station — Europe’s largest — early in the war.