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Bill Would Authorize Biden To Wage War in Ukraine
US Is Training Ukrainian Forces in Germany
  Pentagon Official Sees No Threat of Russia Using Nuclear Weapons
  US Will 'Strongly Support' NATO Membership for Finland, Sweden
  Russian Cyber Attacks Fail to Materialize After Biden Warning
  Former US Marine Working for Military Contractor Killed in Ukraine
Ukraine Arrests Hundreds for Supporting Russia
  More Blasts Reported in Moldova Breakaway State Bordering Ukraine
  Poland Sends Over 200 Soviet Tanks to Ukraine as NATO Escalates
Biden's Whopping $33b Ukraine Bill In Context
  Biden's Ukraine Aid Request Hits Early Snag Over Covid Funding
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Millions of FBI Searches of Americans' Data Last Year
item We Can't Wait a Decade to Close Down Leaking Navy Fuel Tanks  by Col. Ann Wright (ret.)
item Bennett Must Tread Carefully: The 'Sword of Jerusalem' Could Be Unleashed Again  by Ramzy Baroud
item Biden's 'Disinformation' Czar Is Latest Assault on Free Speech  by James Bovard
item The American Media Is Failing Us on Ukraine  by Dan Froomkin

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