Cultural backlash intensifies against Russia over invasion

Cultural backlash intensifies against Russia over invasion

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Half of the 3 million people who have fled the war in Ukraine are children. That means 55 children become refugees every minute, according to James Elder, a spokesman for UNICEF.

Gerald Brevard III was arrested in connection with shootings that killed two people and wounded three in D.C. and New York.

Prosecutors argued Tarrio poses a risk of flight and danger to the community, citing his purported efforts to evade law enforcement and discourage witnesses from cooperating.

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The good news is that the Joro spider from Asia is timid and flees from confrontation. They also eat pests such as stink bugs, lantern flies and lady beetles. The bad news? Imagine walking face-first into that web.

Whether you have filled out hundreds of brackets or are just starting out, we are here to help you maximize your chances. Here are 12 simple tips to help you construct a strong NCAA men’s tournament bracket.

Stanford Coach Tara VanDerveer cut down the net after her team won the Pac-12 tournament.  (Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images)

The schedule this year will be back to normal with the First Four games played Tuesday and Wednesday.

For the first time, the women’s NCAA basketball tournament will have 68 teams.

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Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, said she left the rally before President Donald Trump took the stage.

Horn served one term in the House, between 2019 and 2021.

U.S. judges increasingly warn that as Donald Trump’s “false narrative” of a stolen election persists, so does the damage to democracy.

Attorney General Merrick Garland in Chicago in 2021. (AP)

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is trying to mediate between the warring countries, but critics say now is no time for neutrality.

Toptal, a freelance platform that serves both Ukrainians and Russians, is the latest site where the information war is playing out.

The Intel Museum in Santa Clara, Calif., in 2016. (AFP via Getty Images)

The move comes weeks after the company unveiled a new manufacturing site in Ohio.

A dump truck blocked their route from Interstate 295 toward Interstate 695.

A protester in Annapolis last year holds a sign calling for “Fair Maps” during a rally against gerrymandering. (Brian Witte/AP)

The primary, which had been scheduled for June 28, will now be held July 19.

Skip the madness of the Tidal Basin and head to one of these quieter, but also beautiful, locales.

CNN correspondent Matthew Chance reporting from Ukraine. (Christian Streib/CNN)

As news teams brace for a long conflict, some reporters will rotate out. “You start making mistakes when you get tired … You can’t just constantly keep doing that forever.”

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Industry insiders say that pulling eight categories from the live telecast “diminishes the integrity of the academy.”

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