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Eight Republicans, including Arizona's Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar, voted against the measure.

The U.S. House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to use the framework of a World War II-era program to allow the federal government to lend and lease military equipment to Ukraine as it resists Russia’s invasion. Read more»

Ukrainian flags join the American and D.C. flags along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., March 2, 2022.

President Joe Biden is preparing to ask Congress for billions more in aid to Ukraine as the war shifts to the Eastern regions of the country, following Russia's failure to take the capital city of Kyiv. Read more» 1

Airmen and civilians at Dover Air Force Base ready a shipment of ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine in late January.

President Joe Biden announced a new round of military aid to Ukraine Thursday as Russian forces set their sights on Ukraine’s Donbas region, and unveiled a new program that will lay the foundation for Ukrainian citizens to flee to the United States. Read more»

A disabled anti-Mubarak woman (L) shouts while sitting in front of riot police at the police academy where former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is on trial in Cairo January 2, 2012.

We've taken a step back and tried to answer some basic questions about the aid, including how much the U.S. is giving Egypt, what's changed in the years since the Arab Spring and what all the money buys. Read more»