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2022 年 第 9 周归档(02.28 - 03.07)

It's important to adjust your workouts when you hit 50. Here are some exercises to help keep you strong and safe into the decades to come. (on.wsj.com)
Pope Francis on Sunday deplored the “rivers of blood and tears” flowing in Ukraine, using his strongest language yet to criticize the war, though he stopped short of blaming Russia (on.wsj.com)
Russian forces shelled Ukrainian civilians trying to escape a Kyiv suburb, and a second evacuation attempt from southeast cities failed (on.wsj.com)
Kyiv is making a second attempt to evacuate civilians from its besieged cities saying a cease-fire is set after accusing Moscow of resuming attacks on residential areas (on.wsj.com)
Here's what to know about Russian oligarchs and why they're facing heightened scrutiny by Western governments amid the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
Here's what to know about Russian oligarchs and why they're facing heightened scrutiny by Western governments amid the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Putin’s isolation and miscalculation make him dangerous but they also make him vulnerable, writes @HolmanJenkins. His regime is destroying itself over a fictional threat of NATO aggression. (on.wsj.com)
War trade: Hedge funds are buying Ukraine and Russia bonds for cents on the dollar. (on.wsj.com)
Western sanctions on Russia could prove less effective if China offers Moscow access to what some see as the bazaar of choice for rogue nations (on.wsj.com)
Russian metals giant Norilsk Nickel, a key supplier of nickel and palladium, might be too big to sanction (on.wsj.com)
Italy seizes Russian oligarchs’ yachts and villas. The most valuable was the yacht Lady M, estimated to be worth some 65 million euros. (on.wsj.com)
News from the Ukraine battlefront some 5,000 miles away has dominated headlines and airwaves in Taiwan—and spurred new interest in battle readiness (on.wsj.com)
Nuclear weapons were once thought to deter conventional conflict. Now Russia is using them to shield its aggression—an example China is watching. (on.wsj.com)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky brought up instituting a no-fly zone over Ukraine, but said, through a translator, “if you can’t do that, at least get me planes,” according to a person on the call. (on.wsj.com)
On paper, China’s banks and its homegrown payments system could offer Russia respite from crippling Western sanctions. In practice, it isn’t that simple. (on.wsj.com)
In the cobblestoned city of Lviv, resisting Russia was part of the local folklore. Now they're making Molotov cocktails out of craft-beer bottles. (on.wsj.com)
Canada is opening its doors to an unlimited number of Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s invasion (on.wsj.com)
Visa and Mastercard are suspending their Russian operations. Among the debit and credit cards issued in Russia, Visa and Mastercard cards accounted for 74% of payment transactions in the country in 2020. (on.wsj.com)
Here's what to know about Russian oligarchs and why they're facing heightened scrutiny by Western governments amid the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. National Park Service has roots in the democratic idea that natural beauty should be preserved for public enjoyment. (on.wsj.com)
In 1862, Congress made paper money legal tender for all debts. What started as a way of paying for the Civil War ended up transforming the American economy. (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. is exploring a deal in which Poland would send Soviet-era aircraft to Ukraine in return for American F-16 jet fighters (on.wsj.com)
The parents of Katie Meyer, the Stanford University soccer team captain who was found dead in a dormitory this week, said that a potential disciplinary action from the university might have contributed to her death (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s war on Ukraine has unleashed auto makers’ third supply-chain crisis in as many years (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The Biden administration should see this conflict for what it is: a big Russian mistake, writes @ProfessorHannah. Putin’s overconfident assessment of his own power has been matched by his underestimation of Ukrainian resolve. (on.wsj.com)
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Wheat futures are at their highest levels since the global financial crisis, amid Russia’s war in Ukraine #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
Naftali Bennett’s meeting with Vladimir Putin took place with the blessing of the U.S. administration, the Israeli prime minister’s office said. (on.wsj.com)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked for assistance in obtaining more lethal military aid—especially Russian-made jet fighters that Ukrainian pilots can fly—and supported a proposal to ban U.S. imports of Russian oil. (on.wsj.com)
Aeroflot-Russian Airlines said it is suspending almost all international flights in response to government instructions, increasing Russia’s isolation from the global air transport system (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Ukraine’s fight for survival ought to give us some pause from the hysterical tenor of our domestic political debate, writes @gerardtbaker. It’s a reminder that freedom isn’t something we can take for granted. (on.wsj.com)
Italian police said they seized a number of yachts and villas scattered around the country from wealthy Russian individuals targeted by European Union sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
“An awkward nexus.” Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin presented a united front against the U.S. on Feb. 4. That’s now proving a problem for China. (on.wsj.com)
U.S. drug regulators approved a new customized, cell-based treatment for blood cancer from Johnson & Johnson that is the first such therapy in the U.S. to be developed initially in China (on.wsj.com)
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Broadcasters around the world are buying the rights to “Servant of the People,” an old TV show starring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as the Ukrainian president #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine is putting up as much of a fight against Russia in cyberspace as it is on the ground (on.wsj.com)
More than 1.45 million people have left Ukraine, representing the largest and fastest displacement of people in Europe since World War II, the U.N. says (on.wsj.com)
Get ready for a Sony car: The electronics maker is teaming up with Honda to start selling electric vehicles in 2025 (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The people of Ukraine are showing a too complacent West what it means to fight for freedom. The brave resistance to Putin is an inspiration and lesson to the world. (on.wsj.com)
The world relies on the financial system’s plumbing—and as Russia has shown in the past week, a few concerted moves can flatten a major economy. “As investors, we need to look at things differently now.” (on.wsj.com)
Russia demanded that Western sanctions over Ukraine wouldn’t prevent it from trading with Iran under a revived nuclear deal, potentially derailing the talks (on.wsj.com)
How Volodymyr Zelensky rose from television comedian to become Ukraine's wartime leader (on.wsj.com)
How much oil does the U.S. import from Russia, and why? What might happen if the U.S. and other countries slow the flow of Russian crude? Here is a look at why the U.S. still imports Russian crude and where it goes. (on.wsj.com)
An agreement on evacuating civilians from two besieged Ukrainian cities collapsed, as Kyiv accused Moscow of violating the cease-fire (on.wsj.com)
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Take a look at the front page of today's Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
China set an economic growth target of around 5.5% for the year, the lowest level in more than a quarter century of economic planning, reflecting heightened domestic and global uncertainties (on.wsj.com)
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian technology workers have taken part in cyberattacks against Russia’s government, media and financial institutions in recent days, a top Ukrainian cybersecurity official said Friday (on.wsj.com)
Russia and Ukraine agreed to open humanitarian corridors for evacuating civilians from the besieged eastern Ukrainian cities of Mariupol and Volnovakha (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine is putting up as much of a fight against Russia in cyberspace as it is on the ground (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine has accused Russia of using thermobaric weapons. Here’s what makes them so devastating. (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s initial struggles in its invasion of Ukraine have offered a vivid illustration to China’s leaders of the military challenges if they tried to seize control of Taiwan through force (on.wsj.com)
China’s state-run broadcaster didn’t translate the International Paralympic Committee president’s remarks on war. English soccer broadcasts will also be blacked out this weekend. (on.wsj.com)
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Here is an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition (on.wsj.com)
People around the world have booked over 60,000 nights in Ukrainian Airbnbs as a way to get aid to residents during the Russian attack (on.wsj.com)
On paper, China’s banks and its homegrown payments system could offer Russia respite from crippling Western sanctions. In practice, it isn’t that simple. (on.wsj.com)
Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, a longtime associate of Pope Francis, was convicted by an Argentine court of sexually assaulting young men in a case that has raised questions about the pope’s handling of sexual abuse at the highest level (on.wsj.com)
News from the Ukraine battlefront some 5,000 miles away has dominated headlines and airwaves in Taiwan—and spurred new interest in battle readiness (on.wsj.com)
A global watchdog censured the United Arab Emirates for not doing enough in confronting money laundering and terrorism financing activities, adding it to a list of countries requiring increased monitoring (on.wsj.com)
Heard on the Street: Sanctions on Russia have shown that central-bank reserves can be taken away—and China is taking note (on.wsj.com)
Turkish drones, American and British antitank weapons, and antiaircraft missiles, small arms and ammunition from other NATO countries have contributed to Ukraine’s unexpected ability to withstand the Russian assault (on.wsj.com)
In just one week, Western financial firms severed practically every artery of money between Russia and the rest of the globe. In some cases they went further than what sanctions required. (on.wsj.com)
A $600 million Superyacht, Swiss mansions, and billions in assets at stake: Governments are hitting some of Russia’s richest citizens with sanctions over the Ukraine war (on.wsj.com)
Vice President Kamala Harris will travel next week to Poland and Romania, NATO members that border Ukraine, her spokeswoman said Friday (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Friday marks a month since Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin signed a declaration that there are “no limits” to their friendship. Pardon Xi if he’s already concluding that with friends like this he doesn’t need enemies. (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine has accused Russia of using thermobaric weapons. Here’s what makes them so devastating. (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court reinstated the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. An appeals court set aside the sentence after finding trial errors that might have prejudiced the jury (corrects now-deleted tweet that misspelled his first name) (on.wsj.com)
Ukrainian and international food manufacturers, distributors and aid workers are scrambling to keep grocery stores and pharmacies open, and shelves stocked (on.wsj.com)
Weapons from the West have made make a big difference, as have the Russians’ Soviet-style tactics, Ukrainian officers say. “We go out to hunt and destroy them,” says one Ukranian special-forces team leader on Kyiv’s front lines. (on.wsj.com)
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian technology workers have taken part in cyberattacks against Russia’s government, media and financial institutions in recent days, a top Ukrainian cybersecurity official said Friday (on.wsj.com)
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) doubled down Friday on his call for the Russian people to assassinate or overthrow Russian President Vladimir Putin, even after a backlash from peers in Congress, as well as from Russian officials (on.wsj.com)
Tesla has got approval in Germany to formally begin electric-vehicle productions at its new plant outside Berlin, a key pillar of CEO Elon Musk’s expansion drive (on.wsj.com)
RT America is pulling the plug: The company behind the Kremlin-backed network sent a memo to staff announcing that it is ceasing production and laying off most of its staff as a result of “unforeseen business interruption events” (on.wsj.com)
The moon is about to get another crater: A four-ton hunk of space junk will careen into the lunar surface early Friday. Astronomers say it will be the first unintentional impact of human-made debris on the lunar surface. (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. added 678,000 jobs in February and the jobless rate fell to 3.8%, signs of a robust labor market as the Fed prepares to raise rates (on.wsj.com)
A $600 million Superyacht, Swiss mansions, and billions in assets at stake: Governments are hitting some of Russia’s richest citizens with sanctions over the Ukraine war (on.wsj.com)
Companies including Microsoft, SpaceX and Airbnb are offering assistance beyond humanitarian aid to Ukraine, helping guard against cyberattacks, setting up internet services, and providing refugees with free housing (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
The Ukrainian defense of Hostomel Airport was a crucial turning point in the early days of Russia’s invasion. Defenders blocked Russia from using the landing strip, forced it to move soldiers and supplies over land and prevented a move on Kyiv. (on.wsj.com)
Russian shelling in southern Ukraine caused a fire at the compound housing Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, highlighting the increasingly indiscriminate nature of the war pursued by Moscow (on.wsj.com)
Here's what to know about Russian oligarchs and why they're facing heightened scrutiny by Western governments amid the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
Russian forces have performed poorly thus far, but Ukraine’s military is expected to eventually crack. Five factors will shape the outcome. (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
Airbnb is suspending operations in Russia and Belarus, becoming the latest Western company to pause its business following the invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
Media coverage of Russian troops invading Ukraine is unfolding differently in Russia than in the U.S. Using maps and disinformation, many television programs are shaping public opinion by justifying Moscow’s decision to attack its neighbor. (on.wsj.com)
“Only immediate action can stop the Russian troops. Do not let Europe die in the nuclear catastrophe,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video stating that Russia’s actions show “Europe needs to wake up.” (on.wsj.com)
The Ukrainian defense of Hostomel Airport was a crucial turning point in the early days of Russia’s invasion. Defenders blocked Russia from using the landing strip, forced it to move soldiers and supplies over land and prevented a move on Kyiv. (on.wsj.com)
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Thursday night that Russian President Vladimir Putin should be assassinated by his own people, suggesting it would be the only way to end the crisis in Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Putin’s disdain for the will of the Ukrainian people and others in Eastern Europe has led Russia into a new cold war, which Russia will lose as it did the first one, writes @JackDevine_TAG (on.wsj.com)
A fire at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, didn't affect essential equipment at the facility, according to the United Nations' International Atomic Energy Agency (on.wsj.com)
Venezuela asks Wall Street debtholders to help get U.S. sanctions lifted so its oil can flow again (on.wsj.com)
Ukrainian officials said Russian forces shelled Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, prompting Ukraine’s foreign minister to call for a ceasefire so authorities can secure the area (on.wsj.com)
President Biden spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about the situation at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant Thursday night Washington time, according to an administration official (on.wsj.com)
“An awkward nexus.” Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin presented a united front against the U.S. on Feb. 4. That’s now proving a problem for China. (on.wsj.com)
Essay: Nuclear weapons were once thought to deter conventional conflict. Now Russia is using them to shield its aggression—an example China is watching. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: In the U.S. we’re shocked at the images from Ukraine, writes @DanHenninger. Whether we’re willing to change our own complacent status quo in the face of manifestly real external and internal threats to our security is less clear. (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine's foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, said on Twitter that Russian troops were shelling Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in the southern city of Enerhodar (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration is granting Temporary Protected Status to Ukrainians present in the U.S. after their country came under attack, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced on Thursday (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Ukraine voluntarily surrendered its post-Soviet arsenal. Now that seems like a mistake, write John Ullyot and Thomas D. Grant (on.wsj.com)
The Ukrainian defense of Hostomel Airport was a crucial turning point in the early days of Russia’s invasion. Defenders blocked Russia from using the landing strip, forced it to move soldiers and supplies over land and prevented a move on Kyiv. (on.wsj.com)
A bipartisan group of lawmakers unveiled a bill that would ban domestic imports of Russian crude oil, petroleum, liquefied natural gas and coal, in a step aimed at choking a critical source of revenue for Russian President Vladimir Putin (on.wsj.com)
The moon is about to get another crater: A four-ton hunk of space junk will careen into the lunar surface early Friday. Astronomers say it will be the first unintentional impact of human-made debris on the lunar surface. (on.wsj.com)
Airlines around the world are rerouting flight paths after the recent surge of airspace-travel restrictions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, while experts warn that flight times will increase, costs will rise and revenues will drop in response (on.wsj.com)
Talks ended between Russia and Ukraine without a deal on a cease-fire, but the two sides agreed to organize corridors for civilian evacuations and to deliver food and medicine to besieged cities (on.wsj.com)
Companies including Microsoft, SpaceX and Airbnb are offering assistance beyond humanitarian aid to Ukraine, helping guard against cyberattacks, setting up internet services, and providing refugees with free housing (on.wsj.com)
President Biden held a video call Thursday with the leaders of Australia, India and Japan—known as the Quad—"to discuss the war against Ukraine and its implications for the Indo-Pacific," the White House said (on.wsj.com)
In an exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, former Attorney General William Barr recalls confronting President Trump and rejecting his claims of election fraud: “They are bullshit” (on.wsj.com)
"In crypto we trust, for Ukraine we pray." Ukraine’s largest crypto exchange, Kuna, set up a fund to accept crypto donations, which have helped finance military equipment and medical supplies. (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration has increased to $10 billion the amount of money it is seeking immediately from Congress in aid for Ukraine and Eastern European partners (on.wsj.com)
On Feb. 4, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin declared their countries’ friendship had “no limits.” Then Russia invaded Ukraine. (on.wsj.com)
Melinda French Gates says she told Mr. Gates she didn’t like Mr. Epstein and regretted meeting the convicted sex offender herself; "I had nightmares about it afterwards." (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The U.S. doesn’t want to fight the Russian army and air force, but the moral and political price will be high if it watches from the sidelines as Ukrainians die by the thousands (on.wsj.com)
Iran significantly increased its stockpile of highly enriched uranium, moving closer than ever to having enough near-weapons grade material for a nuclear weapon, the U.N. atomic agency reported (on.wsj.com)
Businesses that divest from Russia will have to book big losses on their income statements (on.wsj.com)
Attorney General Merrick Garland said Wednesday that the Justice Department is launching an interagency task force focused on enforcing U.S. sanctions, export restrictions and economic countermeasures imposed on Russia (on.wsj.com)
The protests that rocked Canada are over, but they have undermined Canadians’ faith in their government and hurt the image of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, new polling shows (on.wsj.com)
French authorities said they seized a yacht belonging to a company majority owned by Igor Sechin, the chief executive of Russian oil producer Rosneft who was among a group of individuals sanctioned by the European Union over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
Volkswagen on Thursday joined other western car makers in suspending production of all vehicles at its factories in Russia, citing its “great dismay and shock” over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
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Broadcasters around the world are buying the rights to “Servant of the People,” an old TV show starring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as the Ukrainian president #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
French authorities said they seized a yacht belonging to Russian oligarch Igor Sechin, who is among a group of individuals sanctioned by the EU (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s war on Ukraine has unleashed auto makers’ third supply-chain crisis in as many years (on.wsj.com)
Airlines world-wide are altering routes and canceling flights to avoid Russian airspace, changes that will lengthen journey times and raise costs for carriers that were starting to bounce back from their pandemic slump (on.wsj.com)
Here's what to know about Russian oligarchs and why they're facing heightened scrutiny by Western governments amid the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
A state court judge dismissed the New York Attorney General’s attempt to dissolve the National Rifle Association (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
The House Jan. 6 panel said in a court filing that it has evidence to suggest former President Trump violated several laws in an attempt to keep Congress from certifying President Biden’s victory (on.wsj.com)
The U.N. refugee agency says 1 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia’s invasion: "For many millions more, inside Ukraine, it’s time for guns to fall silent, so that life-saving humanitarian assistance can be provided." (on.wsj.com)
The Florida teen who garnered attention for tracking Elon Musk’s private jet is now publicizing the movements of planes owned by Russian oligarchs and aircraft associated with Vladimir Putin (on.wsj.com)
Apple sent an invitation for a product-launch event scheduled for March 8, which is expected to reveal a new, cheaper iPhone (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk offered advice to Ukraine Wednesday on how to keep Starlink, the satellite-based internet service provided by SpaceX, operating as the country battles invading Russian forces (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s Defense Ministry acknowledged extensive losses for the first time, saying 498 Russian troops have been killed. Ukraine hasn’t released casualties, but says its military has killed 5,840 Russian troops, and put civilian death toll at about 2,000. (on.wsj.com)
A Texas judge granted a request by the parents of a transgender teen girl to temporarily forbid the state from investigating whether helping their daughter obtain certain medical treatments constituted child abuse (on.wsj.com)
Major League Baseball canceled its opening games after owners and locked-out players failed to agree on a new labor contract (on.wsj.com)
U.S. officials are increasingly concerned that Sudan’s military junta will allow Russia to build a naval base on the country’s strategic Red Sea coast (on.wsj.com)
Russian missile debris fell near Kyiv’s central train station on Wednesday night, where thousands of civilians are sheltering as they await evacuation. Ukrainian officials said the missile was shot down by Kyiv’s air defenses. (on.wsj.com)
Ukraine’s government is seeking a fast track to join the European Union as the country fights a Russian invasion. Here's why Ukraine’s request for EU membership is a long shot. (on.wsj.com)
Roughly $1.2 billion of Visa's annual net revenue comes from Russia and Ukraine, where sanctions and war have made it difficult to do business (on.wsj.com)
Former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of racketeering conspiracy, bribery, wire fraud and extortion (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Putin’s isolation and miscalculation make him dangerous but they also make him vulnerable, writes @HolmanJenkins. His regime is destroying itself over a fictional threat of NATO aggression. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Olaf Scholz has risen to the occasion. Now it is President Biden’s turn, writes @BillGalston. As Germany begins its rearmament, the U.S. must continue to help Ukraine’s resistance. (on.wsj.com)
The International Court of Justice has scheduled public hearings beginning Monday on Ukraine’s claims against Russia under the Genocide Convention, expediting proceedings in light of Moscow’s February invasion of its neighbor (on.wsj.com)
Amid an increasingly violent Russian invasion, Ukraine’s long-vibrant software sector is managing to churn out code for clients overseas and help the country’s war effort (on.wsj.com)
To Ukrainian Jews, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s false claims that Kyiv is controlled by American-sponsored neo-Nazis is an insult to the memory of the Holocaust, especially now that Moscow is indiscriminately shelling Ukrainian cities (on.wsj.com)
While Vladimir Putin faces united Western opposition to his Ukraine onslaught, a key question for him and his economy is where China and India will land, writes @GeraldFSeib (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration has canceled a routine test launch of an Air Force Minuteman III missile to avoid escalating nuclear tensions with Russia, U.S. officials said Wednesday (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: European governments are scrambling to shore up their natural gas supply if Russia cuts off exports. But one question worth raising: How in the world did Europe leave itself so vulnerable to Vladimir Putin’s energy extortion? (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. and its NATO allies are coming under increasing pressure to do more to help Ukraine, even as they face diminishing options for doing so (on.wsj.com)
Putin sees NATO as a threat and has sought to use Ukraine's potential membership as a reason for his invasion. Here's what to know about the alliance. (on.wsj.com)
Local residents and doctors in a Belarusian border city said a steady flow of wounded Russian soldiers have arrived for treatment in recent days. “There has been a constant flow.” (on.wsj.com)
U.N. members voted 141 to 5 to condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “special military operation” in Ukraine and affirm that no territorial gains stemming from the use of force—or threatened use of force—will be recognized as legal there (on.wsj.com)
Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich is trying to sell his English soccer club Chelsea FC, a person familiar with the matter said, amid calls by some U.K. lawmakers for him to face sanctions over his past ties to the Kremlin (on.wsj.com)
After playing down U.S. warnings of a Russian invasion, China is struggling to evacuate its citizens—while fighting a perception in Ukraine that it has sided with Moscow (on.wsj.com)
During President Biden’s State of the Nation address, he garnered bipartisan applause as he warned Russia that more coordinated measures were coming in response to its invasion of Ukraine. He also laid out ways to help tame inflation. (on.wsj.com)
Jihadist cells in Africa are infiltrating as far as Ghana and Ivory Coast, the world’s top cocoa producers, as western counterterrorism strategy stutters (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration is preparing to confront China on its industrial subsidies and seek ways to protect America’s edge in new technologies (on.wsj.com)
In his prepared #SOTU remarks, President Biden mentioned Afghanistan only in reference to supporting American veterans and mentioned China just twice, leaving thorny foreign policy challenges unmentioned (on.wsj.com)
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President Biden announced new sanctions against Russia in his first State of the Union address and sought to reassure Americans that the U.S. economy would face limited knock-on effects #SOTU #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
President Biden will say in his State of the Union address that Putin miscalculated by invading Ukraine and underestimated the response from Western allies (on.wsj.com)
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell rebuked a policy agenda crafted by fellow Republican Sen. Rick Scott, saying it would raise taxes on lower-income Americans (on.wsj.com)
Russian forces resumed airstrikes on Ukraine’s second-largest city and continued pounding other cities as they sought to break the will of Ukraine’s resistance (on.wsj.com)
The 60,000-ton merchant ship that caught fire last month carrying around 4,000 Lamborghini, Porsche, Bentley, Audi, and Volkswagen vehicles sank in the Atlantic Ocean (on.wsj.com)
President Biden united the room in solidarity with Ukraine during his State of the Union address, but it didn’t last. Here are six takeaways from his first #SOTU. (on.wsj.com)
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has driven demand for cryptocurrencies in both countries, helping boost the price of bitcoin (on.wsj.com)
With a website and social-media channel, Ukrainians are posting about Russian military deaths that Moscow hasn’t disclosed. “Those are the horrors of war launched by your president.” (on.wsj.com)
Global companies with IT staff in Ukraine are working to stay in contact with software teams on the ground in some of the hardest hit areas of the country as invading Russian forces increasingly set their sights on civilian targets (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
The Florida teen who garnered attention for tracking Elon Musk’s private jet is now publicizing the movements of planes owned by Russian oligarchs and aircraft associated with Vladimir Putin (on.wsj.com)
Saying the U.S. has “reached a new moment in the fight against Covid-19,” President Biden announced a “Test to Treat” initiative so people can get tested at a pharmacy, and if they’re positive, receive antiviral pills on the spot #SOTU (corrects link) (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The Biden administration should see this conflict for what it is: a big Russian mistake, writes @ProfessorHannah. Putin’s overconfident assessment of his own power has been matched by his underestimation of Ukrainian resolve. (on.wsj.com)
How Volodymyr Zelensky rose from television comedian to become Ukraine's wartime leader (on.wsj.com)
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds delivers the Republican response to the State of the Union address (twitter.com)
Hollywood studios, Netflix, big-ticket rock bands and sporting events are pausing or pulling their business out of Russia in response to President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of neighboring Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
"We should all agree, the answer is not to defund the police," President Biden said during the #SOTU. "The answer is to fund the police with the resources and training they need to protect our communities." (on.wsj.com)
Nodding to Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, President Biden pushed Congress to adopt new online privacy protections for children as part of his effort to address what the White House terms a national mental health crisis #SOTU (on.wsj.com)
President Biden made a renewed push at the #SOTU for his tax-policy agenda, which would cut taxes on lower-income households and raise taxes on high-income people and companies (on.wsj.com)
President Biden defended the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan in his State of the Union address. Some economists argue that the Democrats’ Covid-relief law, which passed nearly a year ago, was too big and helped fuel high inflation. #SOTU (on.wsj.com)
“Let each of us here tonight stand and send an unmistakable signal to the world and Ukraine,” President Biden said during his State of the Union address. “Yes, we the United States of America stand with the Ukrainian people.” #SOTU (on.wsj.com)
President Biden delivers the State of the Union address (twitter.com)
Oksana Markarova, Ukraine’s ambassador to the U.S., will be among the guests joining first lady Jill Biden in her viewing box at Tuesday’s State of the Union address, the White House said (on.wsj.com)
Among first lady Jill Biden's guests at the State of the Union will be Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee who gained attention last year for disclosing documents showing how the company struggled to deal with harms from its products #SOTU (on.wsj.com)
Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine was highly effective at reducing the risk of severe disease in children 17 years and younger during the Omicron surge but didn’t work as well at preventing infection, according to a new government study (on.wsj.com)
Exxon said it is halting operations at a multibillion-dollar oil and gas project in Russia and will make no further investments in the country (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: The U.S. is expected to ban Russian planes from its airspace, people familiar with the matter say, following prohibitions by Europe and Canada (on.wsj.com)
The Florida teen who garnered attention for tracking Elon Musk’s private jet is now publicizing the movements of planes owned by Russian oligarchs and aircraft associated with Vladimir Putin (on.wsj.com)
Russian forces struck Kyiv's iconic TV tower, temporarily disabling the broadcasting ability of Ukraine’s central television channels. Follow our live coverage. (on.wsj.com)
YouTube parent Google said Tuesday that the online-video platform would block access to Russian state-controlled media channels RT and Sputnik for users in Europe effective immediately (on.wsj.com)
How Volodymyr Zelensky rose from television comedian to become Ukraine's wartime leader (on.wsj.com)
Apple has stopped selling all of its products in Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
The operator of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline connecting Russia with Germany has laid off more than 100 workers and wound down its operations, according to a Swiss official (on.wsj.com)
The son of Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella has died, a spokesperson for the company said. Zain Nadella, who was in his mid-20s, was born with cerebral palsy, which his father has credited for softening his outlook on work and life. (on.wsj.com)
With time potentially running out for Kyiv amid escalating Russian attacks, the U.S. and its allies face limited supply routes and challenges in providing Ukraine with the right weapons (on.wsj.com)
For 20 years, Russia had a partner in global sports institutions. It installed Putin associates in governance roles and cleared the way for Russian athletes to compete despite an elaborate, state-sponsored doping scheme. That order came crashing down. (on.wsj.com)
The International Criminal Court opened an investigation into possible war crimes in Ukraine, an early step in a process that potentially could lead to Russian President Vladimir Putin and other Kremlin leaders being charged at The Hague (on.wsj.com)
Several Russian oligarchs are rushing to distance themselves from Russian President Vladimir Putin, as Western countries threaten to squeeze their assets with an unprecedented sanctions drive (on.wsj.com)
With a website and social-media channel, Ukrainians are posting about Russian military deaths that Moscow hasn’t disclosed. “Those are the horrors of war launched by your president.” (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Ukraine’s fight for survival ought to give us some pause from the hysterical tenor of our domestic political debate, writes @gerardtbaker. It’s a reminder that freedom isn’t something we can take for granted. (on.wsj.com)
Russian booze is getting the boot from more American shelves, as state leaders denounce the country’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
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The U.S. and other producers are set to release oil from their emergency stockpiles as crude prices surge, amid supply concerns after Russia invaded Ukraine, explains @ahirtens #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
“I live in fear, but not for myself.” A children’s hospital in Kyiv is under strain—and doctors are bracing for an influx of casualties. (on.wsj.com)
The Russian advance on Kyiv has "stalled amid food and fuel shortages, Ukrainian resistance, and slower than expected troop movement toward the capital," a senior U.S. defense official said (on.wsj.com)
U.S. and other major oil-consuming nations will release 60 million barrels of oil from emergency stockpiles amid a price surge caused by the Ukraine crisis (on.wsj.com)
The number of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the country is rising rapidly and reached 660,000 early Tuesday, according to the United Nations refugee agency. If the situation escalates, 4 million people could flee, the agency said. (on.wsj.com)
The International Skating Union announced a ban on Russian figure skaters ahead of the world championships in late March (on.wsj.com)
Heard on the Street: Russia’s economic isolation is a boon for China in some ways but sends a strong signal on the West’s willingness and ability to employ brutal financial sanctions when roused (on.wsj.com)
As Russian attacks mount, Ukraine’s President Zelensky delivered an emotional video address to the European Parliament: “We are giving our lives for the right to be equal” (on.wsj.com)
Far from the war zone, the Russian invasion of Ukraine is causing major disruptions for the global shipping industry. Hundreds of vessels are trapped and freight rates have surged. (on.wsj.com)
President Biden is expected to address Ukraine, Covid-19 and his Build Back Better agenda when he speaks before Congress Tuesday evening. Here's what to know about the State of the Union. (on.wsj.com)
On Yellowstone's 150th anniversary, here's a look at how America's first national park paved the way for others across the U.S., and what’s in store to preserve its future (on.wsj.com)
Watch: Russian rockets hit Ukraine’s civilian areas as a miles-long convoy of Russian armored vehicles inched closer to Kyiv (on.wsj.com)
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Netflix said it has no plans to add any Russian channels to its service there despite a regulation that would require the streaming giant to carry several Russian state-run broadcasters (on.wsj.com)
Toyota said a computer virus at Kojima, a supplier of plastic parts for car interiors, led to the shutdown Tuesday at all of the car maker’s factories in Japan (on.wsj.com)
Russian forces struck the central square of the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv as Moscow, frustrated in its plans for a quick victory, switched to a new strategy of pummeling civilian areas in an attempt to demoralize Ukrainian resistance (on.wsj.com)
Target says it will pay employees as much as $24 an hour in some markets as part of efforts to boost pay and benefits for its staff (on.wsj.com)
New Zealand, a close U.S. ally, has been limited in how far it can go punishing Russia over its invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
“From Fortress Russia to Rubble Russia in a week.” How the West turned back the clock on 30 years of post-Cold War engagement with Russia. (on.wsj.com)
The world’s biggest commercially operated aircraft, an object of fascination among aviation enthusiasts, was heavily damaged in fighting in Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
Biden administration officials told lawmakers that Ukrainians have weeks—not months—to mount a successful pushback against Russian advances, and it may need to involve guerrilla warfare, according to a person familiar with the matter (on.wsj.com)
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Sen. Joe Manchin joined all GOP senators Monday in voting against a measure seeking to solidify access to abortion (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk acknowledged that SpaceX delivered to Ukraine terminals that connect to the company's Starlink satellite-based internet service (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The freedom-loving spirit of the Orange Revolution lives on, writes Stephen Ford. Ukraine will never surrender. (on.wsj.com)
Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai is a night owl who's most productive after 10 p.m., and powers through a lot of work at that hour. “I really value quiet time in the morning.” (on.wsj.com)
Disney will delay the release of its films in Russian movie theaters in response to Moscow’s “unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and the tragic humanitarian crisis” accompanying it (on.wsj.com)
Talks between Russia and Ukraine on a potential cease-fire ended with no deal Monday as Moscow intensified its assault, killing at least 10 civilians in a shelling attack in the eastern city of Kharkiv (on.wsj.com)
U.S. is sanctioning Russia’s central bank to prevent the government from using its emergency reserve currencies to protect the economy from Western pressure campaign (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. is expelling a dozen Russian diplomats assigned to the United Nations in New York on allegations that they're intelligence agents (on.wsj.com)
Loosely organized groups of hackers appeared to bring down several key Russian websites Monday, suggesting the digital front of the deadly conflict is entering an unpredictable new phase (on.wsj.com)
Over 520,000 refugees from Ukraine have fled to neighboring countries and up to four million refugees could follow in coming weeks, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said Monday (on.wsj.com)
TikTok has joined Meta in restricting access to some Russian state-controlled media accounts in the European Union, including RT and Sputnik (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk acknowledged that SpaceX delivered to Ukraine terminals that connect to the company's Starlink satellite-based internet service (on.wsj.com)
California, Oregon and Washington will end their statewide mask mandates for schools and other indoor settings by March 12, in a coordinated move announced Monday (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. is in the process of expelling 12 Russian diplomats assigned to the United Nations in New York, alleging they are intelligence agents (on.wsj.com)
Richard Blum, chairman emeritus of the University of California Board of Regents and husband of U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, has died from cancer. He was 86 years old. (on.wsj.com)
The Taliban said that Afghans will no longer be allowed to leave the country without reason, and women will be barred from traveling without a chaperone, rejecting a key U.S. demand before the lifting of sanctions and the recognition of its government (on.wsj.com)
The world’s biggest commercially operated aircraft, an object of fascination among aviation enthusiasts, was heavily damaged in fighting in Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai is a night owl who's most productive after 10 p.m., and powers through a lot of work at that hour. “I really value quiet time in the morning.” (on.wsj.com)
Netflix said it has no plans to add any Russian channels to its service there despite a regulation that would require the streaming giant to carry several Russian state-run broadcasters (on.wsj.com)
Companies are re-evaluating their businesses in Russia, with some curtailing their operations there or deciding to leave entirely, following the attack on Ukraine and escalating sanctions by the West (on.wsj.com)
The artistic team behind Russia’s submission to the Venice Biennale resigned Sunday in protest of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
With Ukraine still fighting to halt a Russian invasion, President Volodymyr Zelensky is asking European Union leaders to allow the country to immediately join the club, signing an application letter Monday afternoon (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced the West to return to a policy of containing Moscow: Cold War 2.0 (on.wsj.com)
White House officials had hoped to focus the State of the Union on Covid-19 recovery and President Biden’s accomplishments. Now a foreign-policy crisis will be front and center. (on.wsj.com)
Climate-change consequences will be widespread and costly, and governments aren’t doing enough to prepare, U.N. panel warns (on.wsj.com)
The International Olympic Committee recommended banning all Russian and Belarusian athletes from international competition following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It’s not clear how the move will affect the upcoming Paralympic Games. (on.wsj.com)
Oil, natural-gas and grain prices jumped as a broadside of Western sanctions on Russia over the weekend threatened to ensnare its commodities exports (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The people of Ukraine are showing a too complacent West what it means to fight for freedom. The brave resistance to Putin is an inspiration and lesson to the world. (on.wsj.com)
Frenzied late-night phone calls. A personal plea that shook European leaders. How the biggest coordinated package of sanctions ever levied against a major economy came together. (on.wsj.com)
Russian troops shelled a residential neighborhood in the eastern city of Kharkiv, in an indication that Moscow may be shifting to a more destructive approach of targeting civilian areas (on.wsj.com)
Average Ukrainians from across Europe, many with no combat experience, are returning to their country to fight the Russians (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. is sanctioning Russia’s central bank to prevent the government from using its emergency reserve currencies to protect the economy from the Western pressure campaign (on.wsj.com)
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Powerful Western sanctions rocked Russia’s financial system, triggering a spiral in the ruble and prompting the central bank to double interest rates #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine is testing the adoration of some of Europe’s loudest populist leaders (on.wsj.com)
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A delegation led by Ukraine’s defense minister arrived for talks with Russian officials at the Ukrainian border with Belarus, as Ukrainian forces repelled a series of attacks on Kyiv and said they had cleared the city of Russian infiltrators (on.wsj.com)
The conference was hosted by a group founded by Nick Fuentes, a far-right personality who the FBI has called a white supremacist in a court document (on.wsj.com)
How the war in Ukraine is drawing the world onto a digital battlefield (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s financial system is being rocked by Western sanctions, with a dive in the ruble prompting the central bank to double interest rates (on.wsj.com)
So far, Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to have miscalculated the economic and political costs as well as the on-the-ground challenges of an attack on Ukraine. (on.wsj.com)
Russia and Ukraine combined account for 80% of the world’s sunflower oil. That’s just one of the fresh supply shocks threatened by the arrival of war. (on.wsj.com)
Russia's central bank raised its key interest rate to 20% from 9.5% as Western sanctions sent the ruble into a dive and threatened to batter the nation's economy. Follow our live coverage here: (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: Stock futures fell and oil prices jumped as investors grappled with new developments in the Ukraine crisis. Futures for the S&P 500 dropped more than 2%. (on.wsj.com)
“We won’t retreat or surrender.” In the battle for Kviv, Russian troops are facing not only Ukrainian armed forces but also thousands of civilians, including a pizzeria owner and a political consultant. (on.wsj.com)
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Russian President Vladimir Putin says Volodymyr Zelensky and others in Ukraine’s government are nationalists and neo-Nazis—the latest emotive epithets the Kremlin has deployed to justify invading the country (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. wants to pry China from its tight partnership with Russia. One step, U.S. officials said, is making Beijing feel pain over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. (on.wsj.com)
The flurry of activity comes after an extraordinary few days in which Washington, Brussels and London dramatically shifted gears on how hard to hit Mr. Putin economically. (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. Embassy in Russia told U.S. citizens to consider leaving Russia immediately to avoid being stranded as more flights are canceled (on.wsj.com)
The European Union will for the first time finance the purchase and delivery of weapons, in a show of support for Ukraine against Russia’s invasion (on.wsj.com)
FedEx and UPS have suspended shipments into Russia amid the country's invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
Russia has used a variety of hacks and misinformation tactics to destabilize and disrupt Ukraine. Here’s a look at the different types of cyberattacks. (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has returned war to Europe. Western officials are smarting over how they misread Putin’s intentions. “It was strategic narcissism.” (on.wsj.com)
Voting in a referendum Sunday in Belarus could lead to Moscow deploying nuclear weapons there, just as Russian President Vladimir Putin has raised the alert level for his country’s nuclear forces (on.wsj.com)
Putin ordered Russia's nuclear-deterrence forces to be put on alert Sunday in a sign of growing tensions with the West over Ukraine. Here's what to know: (on.wsj.com)
In Manhattan’s “Little Ukraine,” one of the largest Ukrainian neighborhoods in the U.S., people are denouncing the Russian invasion: “My heart is crying for my family and country.” (on.wsj.com)
Vladimir Putin has long tested Western resolve with foreign policy escapades aimed at boosting Russia’s clout. But the invasion of Ukraine comes with Russia’s leader isolated and peddling an alternative version of history to suit his needs. (on.wsj.com)
The Russian military has faltered early in its invasion of Ukraine, as stiff resistance threatens to turn Moscow’s hopes for a swift victory into a protracted and costly war, U.S. officials and allied military experts say (on.wsj.com)
Germany’s shift in defense and energy-security strategies following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reverses a foreign-policy tradition that substituted trade and dialogue for hard power (on.wsj.com)
The war in Ukraine is drawing the world onto a digital battlefield (on.wsj.com)
Car parts. Wheat. Sunflower oil. Ukraine and Russia supply a lot of things the world needs, and their availability is suddenly in doubt.​ “Ukraine is not central to our supply chain, but suddenly we discovered that when this part is missing, it is.” (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: American energy can end Berlin’s dependence on Russia, write Kenneth C. Griffin and @nfergus. If planeloads of food can get the better of Stalin, boatloads of gas can get the better of Putin. (on.wsj.com)
FIFA levied penalties against Russia’s national soccer team but stopped short of suspending it, even as scheduled opponents insist they will refuse to play the Russian team (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. wants to pry China from its tight partnership with Russia. One step, U.S. officials said, is making Beijing feel pain over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. (on.wsj.com)
“Photographic and video evidence is mounting, and you will be held to account for your actions: We will not let atrocities slide," the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. warned Russian soldiers after a rare emergency session was approved Sunday. (on.wsj.com)
European Union member countries will supply Ukraine with jet fighters, EU foreign-policy chief Josep Borrell said Sunday (on.wsj.com)
European Union sanctions on Russia will freeze roughly half the country’s foreign-currency reserves, the EU’s foreign-policy chief said Sunday (on.wsj.com)
While the U.S. said it had no reason to question “the validity” of Putin's claim, a defense official said, it hadn’t finished an independent assessment on whether Russia moved missiles or other equipment to put its nuclear deterrence force on higher alert (on.wsj.com)
BP said it will exit its nearly 20% stake in Russian government-controlled oil producer Rosneft, facing a potential loss of as much as $25 billion (on.wsj.com)
In recent weeks Russia has steamed in three massive sea vessels carrying natural gas close to Kaliningrad, an apparent move to maintain fuel supplies to the tiny militarized region in case conflict severs pipeline flows (on.wsj.com)
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson would, if confirmed, be the first justice in decades to have worked as a lawyer representing poor criminal defendants (on.wsj.com)
FedEx and UPS have suspended shipments into Russia amid the country's invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
BP said it would exit its nearly 20% stake in Russian oil producer Rosneft, following pressure from the U.K. government over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
The first of pro-Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, and who is fighting his charges, will go on trial Monday (on.wsj.com)
The European Union will for the first time finance the purchase and delivery of weapons, in a show of support for Ukraine against Russia’s invasion (on.wsj.com)
The West is rolling out tough sanctions on Russia but going out of its way to preserve the country’s biggest source of revenue: energy exports (on.wsj.com)
Putin's order to put Russia's nuclear-deterrence forces on alert would place the country's network of nuclear missiles, usually disconnected, into a state where it can be used if necessary—one step away from an actual missile launch, according to an expert (on.wsj.com)
More than 100,000 people gathered in Berlin to call on Russian President Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine (on.wsj.com)
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More companies across the U.S. are adopting a four-day workweek after the pandemic prompted employees to rethink their work and personal lives #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)