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One Thing: Two Years Later, Ukraine is Running Out of Ammo. Is Hope Next?

One Thing: Two Years Later, Ukraine is Running Out of Ammo. Is Hope Next?

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In the two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, thousands of soldiers on both sides have been killed and multiple cities have been destroyed. Recently, Ukraine has been forced to retreat from the city of Avdiivka amid dwindling ammunition supplies. Meanwhile, Western unity has started to show cracks and billions of dollars in US aid have been held up amid hesitation from congressional Republicans. In this episode, we hear from soldiers on the frontlines about what it’s like to fight with a lack of ammo and how two years of war have changed the country. Guest: Ivana Kottasová, CNN International Senior ProducerLearn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3 PM ET: SC primary showdown, Navalny’s body, NCAA policy blocked & more

3 PM ET: SC primary showdown, Navalny’s body, NCAA policy blocked & more

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We hear from South Carolina voters on a critical election day for the state’s former Governor Nikki Haley, facing off against former President Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary. Alexey Navalny’s spokesperson says the Russian opposition leader’s body has been given to his mother, as the war in Ukraine enters its third year. We’ll tell you about the latest deadly military aviation incident in recent months. We have new developments on an effort to remove a Georgia district attorney from the state’s 2020 election subversion case. Lastly, the NCAA is facing a setback over its recruiting ban.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

10 AM ET: Russia-Ukraine war anniversary, SC primary today, NRA corruption verdict & more

10 AM ET: Russia-Ukraine war anniversary, SC primary today, NRA corruption verdict & more

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Leaders across the world are urging countries to renew their support for Ukraine as the war there hits the two-year mark. It’s decision time in South Carolina where the Republican primary is in full swing. A man suspected of killing a Georgia nursing student is facing charges. Top NRA executives have been found liable in a corruption case. And, Beyonce is getting love from a country music legend for her chart-topping new song.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

6 PM ET: Zelensky meets Schumer, Trump’s IVF support, see-through MLB uniforms & more

6 PM ET: Zelensky meets Schumer, Trump’s IVF support, see-through MLB uniforms & more

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The University of Georgia says a suspect has been taken into custody in connection to the murder of one of its nursing students. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and a congressional delegation are in Ukraine to mark two years since Russia’s war in the country. Former President Donald Trump has responded to Alabama’s Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos are children under state law. The Federal Communications Commission proposed a new emergency alert for missing and endangered people. Social media company Reddit has filed to go public. Lastly, we’ll explain why some MLB fans and players are giving the league’s new uniforms a thumbs down.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3 PM ET: Biden pushes Ukraine funding, nursing student’s death, Vice layoffs & more

3 PM ET: Biden pushes Ukraine funding, nursing student’s death, Vice layoffs & more

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Today, President Joe Biden announced a new round of sanctions against Russia, a day before its war in Ukraine hits the two-year mark. We’ll hear from one US official on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s post-war Gaza plan. Police are questioning a person of interest in relation to the death of a University of Georgia nursing student. We have more details on the death of an 11-year-old girl found in a Texas river. And, Vice is laying off several hundred staffers.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices