We begin with the news that 300 people were killed in a Mariupol theater where they were taking shelter. President Joe Biden heads to Poland today for a firsthand look at the refugee crisis.
Meanwhile, the US and EU have announced a major deal on liquified natural gas, meant to help wean Europe off of Russian energy.
Democrats are hoping for bipartisan support as the SCOTUS confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson have wrapped up.
Also, one of the world’s seven natural wonders may make it onto UNESCO’s danger list. Plus, find out why one man tried to sink the yacht he worked on.
300 Killed in Mariupol, US-EU Gas Deal, Sinking for Ukraine & More
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