The United States warns that using nuclear weapons would have "consequential" consequences for Russia.

The United States warns that using nuclear weapons would have "consequential" consequences for Russia.

President Joe Biden has warned Russian President Vladimir Putin against using nuclear weapons in the war in Ukraine. In a statement released by the White House, President Biden said that any use of nuclear weapons by

In an interview with "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday, Vice President Joe Biden issued a warning to Russia against using nuclear weapons against Ukrainian forces. While he declined to specify what actions the U.S. would take in such

When asked about the possible consequences of Russian hacking, Vice President Joe Biden had this to say: "You think I would tell you if I knew exactly what it would be? Of course, I'm not gonna tell you. It'll be consequential," Biden told CBS reporter Scott Pelley. "They'll become more of a

Biden was later asked what he would tell Putin if he considered nuclear escalation, to which he responded: "Don't. Don't. Don't. You will change the face of war unlike anything since World

Biden's warning comes after Ukraine's troops last week drove Russian forces back from key areas in the northeastern Kharkiv region following a major counteroffensive operation launched on Sept. 1. As of Sept. 15, Kyiv's army has successfully liberated 388 settlements and about 8,500 square

The Russian Black Sea fleet has begun retreating from Crimea over fears of being attacked by Ukrainian anti-ship missiles. The fleet is composed of over 50 ships and

In Kherson, the Russian military is preparing for a possible retreat by sinking nine railway cars in the city of Kakhova. This will create a crossing that can be used

" The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced on September 17 that the Ukrainian Armed Forces have successfully disabled all crossing points on the Dnipro River on the Kherson front, forcing the occupying forces to prepare for their retreat. This is a

The Russian military has been seeing significant combat losses, with an estimated 54,480 soldiers killed as of Sunday. In response, the military has shortened training courses to deploy more soldiers to the battlefield. This is according to an intelligence report from the British defense ministry.

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