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      Ukraine declassifies secret Soviet documents on Chernobyl explosion
      Jun29

      Ukraine declassifies secret Soviet documents on Chernobyl explosion

      Ukraine’s government has declassified a new set of Soviet-era documents and other information regarding the 1986 Chernobyl incident, known as the worst nuclear disaster in history.The Brussels Times reported that the documents, published as… …read more Source:: The...

      Bolton book to argue ‘Trump misconduct with other countries’ beyond Ukraine: report
      Jun12

      Bolton book to argue ‘Trump misconduct with other countries’ beyond Ukraine: report

      Former White House national security adviser John Bolton will claim in his forthcoming book that President Trump engaged in “misconduct with other countries,” beyond his contacts with Ukraine, the subject of the president… …read more Source:: The...

      Harris urges GOP chairman to focus on coronavirus ahead of Biden-Burisma subpoena vote
      May18

      Harris urges GOP chairman to focus on coronavirus ahead of Biden-Burisma subpoena vote

      Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) is publicly urging a key GOP chairman to focus on the coronavirus ahead of a scheduled vote on a subpoena related to a controversial investigation into Hunter Biden and Ukraine gas company Bu… …read more Source:: The...

      GOP Senate chairman to hold subpoena vote next week in Biden-Burisma probe
      May13

      GOP Senate chairman to hold subpoena vote next week in Biden-Burisma probe

      Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) will hold a committee vote next week on a subpoena related to his probe into Ukraine gas company Burisma Holdings and Hunter Biden, the son of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.John… …read more Source:: The...

      New York law firm paid $11M to avoid lawsuit from ex-Ukrainian prime minister: NYT
      May11

      New York law firm paid $11M to avoid lawsuit from ex-Ukrainian prime minister: NYT

      A New York law firm paid at least $11 million to avoid a lawsuit from Ukraine’s former prime minister, The New York Times reported Sunday. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom reportedly paid millions to former Prime Minister Yulia V…. …read more Source:: The...

      Obama’s office ripped Republicans’ investigation into Bidens in private letter
      May06

      Obama’s office ripped Republicans’ investigation into Bidens in private letter

      The office of former President Obama privately condemned a congressional investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son’s ties to Ukraine, describing it as an attempt “to shift the blame for Rus… …read more Source:: The...

      Trump taps new ambassador to Ukraine
      May02

      Trump taps new ambassador to Ukraine

      President Trump announced his nominee to serve as ambassador to Ukraine after the Senate’s impeachment trial thrust the relationship between Washington and Kyiv into the spotlight. …read more Source:: The...

      Senate Republican: Coronavirus response has ‘hampered’ Hunter Biden investigation
      Apr14

      Senate Republican: Coronavirus response has ‘hampered’ Hunter Biden investigation

      Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said in a new interview that he is planning to release a status report on an investigation into Hunter Biden and Ukraine gas company Burisma Holdings this summer, adding that the coronavirus pand… …read more Source:: The...

      Ukraine wildfires creep closer to Chernobyl
      Apr14

      Ukraine wildfires creep closer to Chernobyl

      Wildfires in Ukraine reached an area less than a mile and a half from where some of the most dangerous waste from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster is stored, according to an environmental group and Monday media reports.Greenpeace Russia officials told… …read more Source:: The...

      Trump fires intelligence community inspector general who alerted Congress to Ukraine whistleblower complaint
      Apr04

      Trump fires intelligence community inspector general who alerted Congress to Ukraine whistleblower complaint

      President Trump has fired the inspector general for the intelligence community, saying he “no longer” has confidence in the key government watchdog. …read more Source:: The...