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These business owners survived Covid. Now gas prices are surging

Earth & Sky Floral Designs, located on the Laguna Pueblo reservation in New Mexico, is the only florist for miles. Owner Shayai Lucero says she often racks up the mileage on her Jeep and minivan making deliveries, the bulk of which are near her home but sometimes include a 150-mile round trip.

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Analysis: Russian-US diplomacy stalls, with a shelled Ukrainian kindergarten a stark reminder of the lives at stake

On any other week, the high-level diplomatic drama that unfolded in Moscow on Thursday should have been the main headline. But the images of a shelled kindergarten in eastern Ukraine shifted international focus to the Donbas region, where the world braced itself for signs that the simmering conflict there might escalate very seriously and catastrophically.

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Mike Tyson has some words of wisdom for Putin

The signs that a new war could soon start on European soil are growing increasingly difficult to view without deep concern. It's not just the warnings from US officials that Russia could invade Ukraine at any moment, or the fact that multiple countries are removing diplomats and advising their citizens to leave Ukraine, or that international airlines are canceling flights to Kyiv.

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Here's how you can get free home Covid-19 tests

• How long you can wear your N95, according to experts • With Omicron, are cloth masks good enough? • Omicron wave shows early signs of peaking or plateauing -- but experts warn relief is still far off

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Opinion: I was relieved when my sons got mild Covid-19. Then I thought about this

Covid-19 continues its rampage across the US with the Omicron coronavirus variant spreading here, then there, then everywhere. Two months ago, the US had less than 100,000 new cases diagnosed each day; now the number is over 600,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, with no signs of slowing down.

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Kazakhstan's government resigns as fuel protests rage

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev accepted the government's resignation on Wednesday after a fuel price increase in the oil-producing Central Asian country triggered protests in which nearly 100 police were injured.

[ cnn.com ]
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