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    Russia pursues war crime tactic targeting energy infrastructure in Ukraine ahead of winter

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  • Paul Whelan ‘healthy,’ had been moved to a hospital ‘for reasons he didn’t know,’ says brother

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  • Secy. of State Blinken: No contact with Whelan since November 16. ‘I can’t speak to his condition.’

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  • Adm. Stavridis: U.S. giving $53 million to help repair Ukraine’s electricity grid is ‘absolutely critical’ 

    05:19
  • Dave Zirin: If we fold our arms while Brittney Griner suffers it diminishes America

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  • Russia, North Korea, Iran: The Global Powers that Threaten World Stability  

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  • Ukraine restores some power amid continued Russian strikes on infrastructure

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  • Rick Stengel: ‘Russia has already used up more than half of their missiles’

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  • More U.S. Officials Now Push Diplomacy in Russia-Ukraine War Weeks After Backlash To Progressive Calls

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  • Amb. Karen Pierce: Iran may be 'guilty of crimes against humanity' for supplying weapons to Russia

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  • Sen. Coons: Russian aggression ‘directly or indirectly the cause’ of deadly blast in Poland

    07:08
  • Panetta: ‘Not surprised’ by Poland blast amid Russia’s ‘random missile attacks’ on Ukraine

    06:17
  • Deadly explosion in Poland is ‘ultimately Russia’s fault,’ says Yale professor

    06:40
  • Biden addresses Poland missile strike after ‘emergency meeting’ with world leaders 

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  • U.S. officials cannot confirm reports of Poland missile incident

    03:06
  • Samantha Power: Biden's climate investment will increase ‘access to renewables at a cheaper price’

    08:08
  • Biden hopes to negotiate Griner release, prisoner exchange with Putin following election 

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  • The Last Thing: Brittney Griner’s perseverance

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  • U.N. Amb. Linda Thomas-Greenfield: North Korea is ‘breaking multiple Security Council resolutions’

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Mueller says Russians used his discovery materials to run disinformation campaign

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team alleges that discovery they shared with defense attorneys associated with "Putin's chef" appeared online in October 2018 in an apparent disinformation campaign to discredit the ongoing investigations. NBC News’ Tom Winter reports.