President Joe Biden meets with Ukrainian refugees and humanitarian aid workers during a visit to Warsaw. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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Full transcript of President Biden's speech in Warsaw on Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Read the full transcript of President Joe Biden's speech from Warsaw on the war in Ukraine.
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Biden says Putin "cannot remain in power" during speech in Poland
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Was it a gaffe or an escalation? Biden prompts concern after saying Putin 'cannot remain in power'
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White House launches damage control over Biden's Putin in power remarks
The White House was forced into damage control Saturday as it walked back President Joe Biden’s remarks after he said Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”
White House attempts to walk back Biden stating Putin can’t stay in power
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‘Stronger together’: Myanmar, Russia parade military relationship
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Putin heard 'loud and clear' call for regime change after Biden said he 'cannot remain in power': expert
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White House says Biden is not calling for regime change in Russia
U.S. President Joe Biden was not calling for regime change in Russia when he said on Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin "cannot remain in power," a White House official said.
Biden blasts Putin in powerful speech; U.S. to provide $100 million in assistance to Ukraine
U.S. President Joe Biden delivered a major address in Poland on Saturday, rallying support for Ukraine and calling for unity in the face of Russian aggression.
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Biden says Putin 'cannot remain in power'; explosions rock Lviv, Ukraine: LIVE UPDATES
Multiple explosions rocked the western Ukrainian city of Lviv Saturday, amid talk of Russia possibly changing its strategy to focus primarily on the contested Donbas region in the east.
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'Four moms with medical backgrounds' travel to Ukraine to help critical relief efforts
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'You, the Russian people, are not our enemy,' President Joe Biden says while also asking Russians to oppose Putin's invasion of Ukraine
"I refuse to believe that you welcome the killing of innocent children and grandparents," Biden said of the Russian people during a speech in Warsaw.
Russian rocket attacks wound five in western Ukraine city of Lviv
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Biden says Putin ‘cannot remain in power’ as he assures Ukraine: ‘We stand with you’
President Biden on Saturday said that Russian President Vladimir Putin "cannot remain in power," as he declared the Russian invasion of Ukraine a "strategic failure" while pledging continued support for the embattled Ukrainian people.
Experts seek cyberwarfare definition following recent cyber warnings
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The US government is wary about the possibility of a Russian cyberattack on US critical infrastructure paired with Kremlin attempts to spread disinformation about any incident's effects to sow panic among Americans, a top US cyber official told CNN.
‘Don’t Leave the Space Open’ — How the West Can Defeat Putin in Cyberspace and Beyond
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Biden meets with top Ukrainian officials in Poland
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President Joe Biden says Vladimir Putin 'cannot remain in power' but stops short of calling for regime change
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Children among severely wounded trapped in Ukraine’s Chernihiv
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Ukraine asks Qatar, others to boost energy exports amid war
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Ginni Thomas pressed for GOP lawmakers to protest 2020 election results
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White House walks back multiple Biden remarks during Europe trip on Putin, chemical weapons, troops
The White House has been forced to walk back or clarify multiple remarks made by President Biden during his trip to Europe, including on whether he was calling for regime change in Russia.
Live updates: Russian invasion of Ukraine
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WWII created generations of trauma in their families. They fear war will do the same in Ukraine.
Those who have witnessed generational trauma in their own families worry history could repeat itself.
Millions of borrowers left wondering about student loan payments restarting as May 1 nears
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Russia launches second attack damaging Ukrainian Holocaust memorial
Russian troops fired at a Holocaust memorial outside the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine, marking the second time the country has damaged monuments commemorating victims of Nazi persecution during World War II.
New York Asian hate crime spike puts pressure on new mayor
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US Rep. Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska announces resignation
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Rocket attacks hit Ukraine's Lviv as Biden visits Poland
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Taliban girls’ education ban won’t last, says Malala
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Ukraine war: Oligarch Eugene Shvidler's jets held indefinitely
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Explosions rock Lviv in western Ukraine, amid speculation Russia is changing strategy
Smoke billowed over the city of Lviv in western Ukraine Saturday after multiple explosions were heard near an oil depot.
Albright acted as model, mentor for generations of women
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Rockets hit western Ukraine as Biden visits Poland, decries Putin
Rockets struck the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on Saturday, signalling a potential new front in Moscow's invasion as U.S. President Joe Biden decried Russian President Vladimir Putin's grip on power and sought to steel Europe for a long fight ahead.
GOP push for state election reviews mixed, but sows distrust
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Ukraine defence: Red lights and painted arrows fuel fear of Russian agents
Fear of Russian saboteurs operating in Ukraine has soared, but is it based on intelligence and arrests?
Russian forces overtake town near Chernobyl and kidnap mayor
Russian forces invaded the city of Slavutych, Ukraine, early Saturday, seizing the town’s hospital and briefly detaining its mayor, according to Ukrainian officials.
Iraq fails again to elect new president, remaining mired in political paralysis
Iraqi lawmakers failed again on Saturday to elect a new president for the country due to a lack of quorum in parliament, keeping the country mired in political paralysis.
Manchin will support Jackson’s Supreme Court nomination, likely ensuring her confirmation
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Live updates: Man detained at site of Lviv rocket attacks
LVIV, Ukraine — The governor of the Lviv region says a man was detained on suspicion of espionage at the site of one of the two rocket attacks that rattled the city on Saturday. Maksym Kozytskyy said police found the man had recorded a rocket flying toward the target and striking it.
Ex-UAW official pleads guilty to embezzling $2.2M from union
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The former president remains furious with Brian Kemp for not trying to reverse the 2020 election and determined to have an ally in place if he runs for president in 2024.
Photos: Russia keep up attacks in many parts of Ukraine, as millions are displaced
The displacement of millions across Ukraine a little over a month into the invasion is evident in photos of sliced-open apartment buildings, dogs in arms and children's belongings left behind.
January 6 committee discussing possible subpoena for Justice Clarence Thomas' wife over texts with Mark Meadows, sources say
Several sources told CBS News that some members want Ginni Thomas to meet with the committee and will issue a subpoena if necessary.
UK says Russian sanctions could be lifted with Ukraine withdrawal
British foreign minister Liz Truss says sanctions imposed on Russian individuals and companies could be lifted if Russia withdraws from Ukraine and commits to end aggression, the Telegraph newspaper reported on Saturday.
Biden rallies support for Ukraine in speech from Warsaw: 'We stand with you'
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More tornado-producing storms could be coming to Louisiana — maybe as soon as next week
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China plane crash: All 132 passengers and crew dead, officials confirm
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Officials: Taliban blocked unaccompanied women from flights
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In photos: Biden meets with Ukrainian refugees on final day in Europe
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Rocket attacks hit western Ukraine city as Biden visits Poland
Five people wounded after two rockets hit a fuel depot and two others later hit a military factory in the western city.
Russia says first phase of war is over
A top Russian general gave some of the most detailed public remarks to date on Russia's military strategy in Ukraine, claiming on Friday that the "first stage" of Russia's military plan is now complete, with their primary focus now centered on eastern Ukraine.
Russian general Yakov Rezantsev killed in Ukraine
Western officials believe low morale among Russian troops is forcing generals to the battlefield.
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Frederick Woods recommended for parole over 1976 Chowchilla bus hijacking and kidnapping of 26 kids
The recommendation came during Woods' 18th attempt to earn parole for what has been called the largest kidnapping in U.S. history.
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dead at 50
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Taylor Hawkins, for 25 years the drummer for Foo Fighters and best friend of frontman Dave Grohl, has died during a South American tour with the rock band. He was 50. There were few immediate details on how Hawkins died, although the band said in a statement Friday that his...
EU's Borrell says nuclear agreement with Iran 'very close'
Top EU diplomat Josep Borrell said on Saturday Iran and world powers were "very close" to agreement on reviving their 2015 nuclear deal, which would curb Tehran's nuclear programme in exchange for lifting tough sanctions.
Orlando amusement park ride horror: Father of deceased teen speaks out
The father of a 14-year-old who tragically fell to his death from an Orlando amusement park ride on Thursday is speaking out.
Ukrainian fashion brand in bombarded city picks up and flees
LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Just days ago, Artem Gorelov was trying to survive in one of the most brutal parts of Ukraine, the Russian-occupied Kyiv suburb of Bucha. Now he stands in a quiet room in the late afternoon sunlight, hand-making hats for a local fashion brand worn by Madonna and Ukraine’s...
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During the Cold War, both the US and USSR researched liquid hydrogen as a way to fuel aircraft. Could this cleaner fuel finally be around the corner?
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One of the only — if not the only — Ukrainian publications on the West Coast, Hromada has become a critical source of news and information for the Ukrainian community in the Bay Area and beyond.
Ex-Maine gov candidate out of jail after child porn arrest
A former gubernatorial candidate in Maine has bailed out of jail after his arrest on charges of possession of child pornography
Crypto for Ukraine provides a flow of war-related assistance
NEW YORK (AP) — Ukraine, which has waged a staunch defense against Russian invasion, says it has pioneered a new source of financial support: People around the world who have donated millions of dollars directly to its war effort via cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.
Ukraine war: Five wounded after explosions hit western city of Lviv
Lviv has become a hub for thousands of refugees fleeing other parts of Ukraine since Russia's invasion.
U.S. to provide $100 million in civilian security assistance to Ukraine
The United States intends to provide Ukraine with an additional $100 million in civilian security assistance, the State Department said on Saturday.
March 26, 2022 Russia-Ukraine news
An industrial facility in Lviv used for fuel storage has been burned as a result of a Russian strike, according to the western Ukrainian city's mayor.
Woman of 90 and daughter flee Ukrainian city of Chernihiv just in time
Ninety-year-old Olha Moliboha and her daughter managed to get out of the northern Ukrainian city of Chernihiv just in time.
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After Kumanjayi Walker's death in November 2019, Indigenous people and their allies marched through the streets of several Australian cities, carrying signs reading "Justice for Walker." More than two years later, Rolfe's acquittal on March 11 on three charges including murder and two lessor...
Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins had 10 different substances in his system at the time of his death, Colombian official says
Hawkins, 50, died in his hotel room in Bogotá, Colombia, on Friday, shortly before the Foo Fighters were set to perform.
Antytila: Ukrainian band backed by Ed Sheeran refused fundraiser slot
Organisers say the band cannot play as their charities must avoid association with the military.
Colorado wildfire forces evacuation orders for 19,000 people
The fast-moving fire started on Saturday afternoon, not far from the site of last year's destructive blaze that leveled more than 1,000 homes.
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Russian forces damage Drobitsky Yar Holocaust memorial site, Ukraine says
The damage to Drobitsky Yar marked the second such incident in a war that has heavily featured inflammatory rhetoric about Nazis.
Afghanistan: Protesters urge Taliban to reopen girls' schools
One demonstrator said: "I want our generation to be free and to flourish, not just to shed tears at home."
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Ukraine says 5,208 people were evacuated from cities on Saturday
A total of 5,208 people were evacuated from Ukrainian cities through humanitarian corridors on Saturday, a senior official said, fewer than the 7,331 who managed to escape the previous day.
Kidd Creole's murder trial opens with self-defense claim
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Ukraine war: Chernobyl’s vodka producer remains defiant
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Colombia's Attorney General's Office released a preliminary "forensic medical study" Saturday following the death of Foo Fighters' drummer Taylor Hawkins.
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"Hopefully, what police departments will take from this is a jury of regular citizens takes these rights very seriously," one lawyer said after the verdict.
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Passenger photos recovered from an infamous wreck have finally been published.
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New details have been released about the sudden death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.
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View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are under control and where cases are still spreading.
People with 'medium COVID' are caught in a gray area of recovery with little support
Even if you don't have long COVID, it can still take weeks to recover — much longer than the isolation period implies. Millions of Americans are finding that this still majorly disrupts their lives.
As Covid precautions fall away across US, some experts advise against ‘wishful thinking’
Public health authorities suggest Americans need to prepare to pivot back even as they tire of the forever pandemic Many jurisdictions that imposed mask mandates have recently lifted them. Photograph: John Angelillo/UPI/Rex/Shutterstock The Biden administration is facing a delicate balancing act...
How to get a Cuban COVID jab in 1,000 easy steps
The story of how I finally got my made-in-Cuba booster in Havana.
Miranda to miss Oscars after wife tests positive for COVID
Lin-Manuel Miranda, one of this year’s most prominent Oscar nominees, is sitting out the ceremony after his wife tested positive for COVID-19
FDA expected to OK additional Covid-19 booster shots for adults 50 and over this week | CNN
The Biden administration is expected to give older adults the option of getting a second Covid-19 vaccine booster as early as this week.
COVID: Father-of-two in coma with virus describes 'journey from hell' after waking up to find his wife had died
While Mick Senior was hospitalised with COVID, his wife was also infected, struggling to breathe, but she didn't survive. This tragedy was unknown to Mick, until he finally woke up from his coma.
N.J. reports 8 COVID deaths, 917 cases as hospitalizations tick up
New Jersey's seven-day average for confirmed cases was 813 on Saturday, up 25% from a week ago, but still down 22% from a month ago.
COVID updates: Every state and territory's coronavirus numbers
Here's a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction's latest COVID-19 statistics.
What do we mean by ‘COVID-19 changes your brain’?
A study linked SARS-CoV-2 infections with smaller brain regions, but the implications are unclear.
COVID-19 rates plunge as decision nears on US asylum limits
Even while large-scale expulsions were carried out under Title 42, the U.S. processed more than 2.8 million cases under normal immigration laws, which allow people to seek asylum.