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Russian internet: Users are learning how to beat Putin's crackdown

A digital Iron Curtain may be descending on Russia, as President Vladimir Putin struggles to control the narrative about his war in Ukraine. The Kremlin has already moved to block Facebook and Twitter, and its latest step in that direction came Friday as the government announced plans to block Instagram in the country, as well.

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What's in the government spending bill

A massive spending bill that would fund the federal government through September -- as well as provide $13.6 billion in fresh aid to Ukraine as the country fights back against Russia's invasion -- is moving through Congress.

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Opinion: Why Vladimir Putin will regret launching this war

Has Vladimir Putin's assault on Ukraine outrun the resources he's committed to it? That's the view of retired US Army Major General Mike Repass, who has an informed vantage point on the conflict, having worked in the Ukrainian security sector since 2016. The former commander of the US Special Operations Command in Europe, Repass provides education and advisory support to the Ukrainian military on a US government contract.

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White House responds to Russia's decision to put deterrence forces on high alert

• Ukrainian Americans: 'My homeland is bleeding, and therefore I am' • Romney: Senator calls Russian government a 'pariah' and for US to continue cranking up the sanctions against 'evil regime' • UN ambassador: US will not use American troops to create no-fly zone in Ukraine • Opinion: The price Putin will pay

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CNN Poll: Most Biden detractors say he's done nothing they like since becoming president

Nearly 6 in 10 Americans disapprove of how Joe Biden is handling his presidency, with most of that group saying there's literally nothing Biden has done since taking office that they approve of. The finding, from a CNN Poll conducted by SSRS in January and February, highlights the entrenched politics driving the nation at the start of the midterm year, with little agreement across party lines on priorities for the government or how to handle the coronavirus pandemic.

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UK's drinking problem is bigger than Boris Johnson

According to reports, multiple parties where alcohol was served -- in breach of the government's own Covid restrictions -- took place in Whitehall during the pandemic. Most recently, Downing Street has admitted that up to 30 guests gathered to celebrate Boris Johnson's birthday on June 19, 2020, when almost all indoor gatherings of more than two people were banned.

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Analysis: The end of the world order as we know it

It's a confusing time for Americans when it comes to world affairs, with the government explaining on the one hand why it was time to pull out of Afghanistan, but on the other why it's also time to stand up for Ukraine.

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