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Zelensky: Ukrainian President will deliver virtual address to Congress

With his nation under attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will deliver a significant address on Wednesday to members of the House and Senate, a virtual speech that comes as the United States is under pressure from Ukraine to supply more military assistance to the embattled country.

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Opinion: An aging man decided to destroy the world

In London, a sister remembers her brother killed on Ukraine's frontline. In Glasgow, a truck driver gets a call from his wife in Lviv: war has arrived in their homeland. In New York, a poet who fled Odessa contemplates his mother tongue. And in Kyiv, a journalist bunkers down for the long haul.

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Biden's new target: Families of Putin's inner circle

The new US sanctions triggered by Russian's latest actions in Ukraine included targets that in the past have gone untouched: the family members of those in Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle.

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Peter Thiel to step down from Facebook's board

Peter Thiel, one of Facebook's longest-serving and most controversial board members, plans to step down from the company's board later this year, the company said Monday.

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Consumers are flush, and that's good news for AmEx

American Express customers clearly didn't leave home without their credit cards when they went shopping this holiday season. The company said Tuesday that revenue in the fourth quarter soared 30% from a year ago, thanks in large part to record spending by its members.

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Jake Tapper reveals the reason Trump went to Arizona

Jake Tapper looks at former President Donald Trump's continued efforts to restrict voting rights in states across the nation on the weekend the country remembers civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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GOP plots onslaught of Biden probes in the run-up to 2024

Members of the far right are already agitating to launch impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden if the GOP is in power in Congress next year. Some leading Republicans want to spotlight former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud. And key House and Senate Republicans are vowing to probe the security failures surrounding last year's January 6 attack on the US Capitol -- and turn the attention to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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