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  1. Russian isolation intensifies as Ukraine fighting rages

    Russian isolation intensifies as Ukraine fighting rages

    Moscow faced increasing isolation on Tuesday as President Vladimir Putin showed no sign of stopping an invasion of Ukraine, where fierce fighting and Russian bombardment have killed dozens and sparked a refugee crisis.

  2. 'Putin was wrong. We were ready,' Biden will say in State of the Union address

    'Putin was wrong. We were ready,' Biden will say in State of the Union address

    U.S. President Joe Biden will say on Tuesday that the West was ready for Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and his administration is prepared with a plan to fight inflation, according to excerpts of his State of the Union address.

  3. EXCLUSIVE Ukraine's Zelenskiy tells Russia "just stop the bombing" before more ceasefire talks

    EXCLUSIVE Ukraine's Zelenskiy tells Russia "just stop the bombing" before more ceasefire talks

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Tuesday Russia must stop bombing Ukrainian cities before meaningful talks on a ceasefire could start, as a first round of negotiations this week had yielded scant progress.

  4. Maps: Russia invades Ukraine

    Maps: Russia invades Ukraine

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began with attacks by land, sea and air

  5. MLB and players fail to reach labor agreement, league cancels games

    MLB and players fail to reach labor agreement, league cancels games

    Major League Baseball (MLB) and its players union failed to reach a labor agreement by the league's Tuesday deadline and as a result, MLB has cancelled the first two series of the regular season, Commissioner Rob Manfred said.

  6. Republican Greg Abbott faces conservative challengers in Texas primary election

    Republican Greg Abbott faces conservative challengers in Texas primary election

    Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott will try to hold off challengers on his right flank on Tuesday to set up a likely November election against Democratic former Congressman Beto O'Rourke as the state holds the first nominating contest of the U.S. midterms.

  7. U.S. House panel hits Pro-Trump lawyers with subpoenas over U.S. Capitol riot

    U.S. House panel hits Pro-Trump lawyers with subpoenas over U.S. Capitol riot

    The congressional committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol said on Tuesday it had issued subpoenas to six people who promoted false claims that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent and participated in, or encouraged, actions based on those false claims.

  8. U.S. Supreme Court mulls 'pill mill' doctors' opioid convictions

    U.S. Supreme Court mulls 'pill mill' doctors' opioid convictions

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with the circumstances under which doctors can be convicted of operating as drug dealers under the cover of their medical practices to illegally distribute opioid painkillers and other dangerous narcotics.

  9. Top U.S. Senate Republican signals support for Biden on Ukraine

    Top U.S. Senate Republican signals support for Biden on Ukraine

    U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday that Republicans largely support President Joe Biden's actions toward Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, but that lawmakers have hit a snag in efforts to agree on aid to Kyiv.

  10. Apple stops product sales in Russia, adding to pressure from shippers, car makers

    Apple stops product sales in Russia, adding to pressure from shippers, car makers

    American big brands including Apple, Google, Ford and Harley-Davidson on Tuesday stopped sales and distanced themselves from Russia because of the invasion of Ukraine, joining a growing list of companies from shippers to car makers to energy companies shunning the country.