Putin is so angry about Ukraine’s resistance to his invasion that he might launch a more aggressive attack, Western officials warn

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Democrats turn against mask mandates as Covid landscape and voter attitudes shift

This post was originally published on this siteWhen President Joe Biden gives his State of the Union speech on Tuesday, the mask mandate will be gone in the Capitol, reflecting a stark nationwide shift for D

Belarusian Troops Storm Ukraine as Massive Russian Bomb Blast Rocks City Center

This post was originally published on this siteReuters Belarusian troops are said to have crossed the border to Ukraine to join a Russian invasion that reached brutal new levels of intensity overnight. Ukraine’s parliament claimed early Tuesday that troops from Belarus had been spotted in the Chernihiv region, which stretches from the Belarusian border down […]

Companies Seize March as a Moment to Reopen the Office

This post was originally published on this siteWith Omicron cases falling, Citi, American Express, Cisco Systems and others say they spot a window to bring workers back together.

Despite Ukraine invasion, NASA continues its space station partnership with Russia

This post was originally published on this siteAs Russia continues its bloody invasion of Ukraine, the U.S.-Russia partnership that runs the International Space Station has come under more strain than it has endured in years, and it is unclear how the countries will continue to work together in space as tensions mount on the ground.

Russian convoy closes in on Kyiv as Ukraine cities face intense shelling

This post was originally published on this siteA 40-mile long Russian military convoy moved toward Kyiv Tuesday, as increasingly heavy shelling hit Kharkiv and President Vladimir Putin grew frustrated with the campaign, according to U.S. officials.

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