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Hackers try to break through Putin's digital iron curtain

CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on hackers and activists trying to break through Putin's digital iron curtain after Russia shut down Twitter and Facebook in the country.

North Carolina Is Investigating Mark Meadows For Criminal Voter Fraud

Source: politicususa.com

... Meadows and his wife were caught listing an address in North Carolina as their voting address in 2020, even though Trumpís White House Chief of Staff had never visited that property.

Republicans have spent two years consistently accusing minorities and Democrats of voter fraud, but time and again case after case of voter fraud and election fraud continues to involve Republicans. ...

If Meadows committed criminal voter fraud, he would be the most prominent Republican convicted of such a crime and the poster child for the GOP plot to steal elections.

Read more: https://www.politicususa.com/2022/03/17/north-carolina-is-investigating-mark-meadows-for-criminal-voter-fraud.html



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Former KGB agent Jack Barsky breaks down Vladimir Putin's motives for the Ukraine invasion

Russian President Vladimir Putin is ramping up his aggression against the West and so-called "national traitors." Former KGB agent and author of "Deep Undercover: My Secret Life and Tangled Allegiances as a KGB Spy in America" Jack Barksy joins CBS News to discuss Putin's motives and greatest threats as the invasion of Ukraine moves forward.

WATCH: View of Kyiv skyline as Russian attacks on civilian targets continue

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Imagine all the people in Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas displaced.

That's how many refugees have left Ukraine. Counting internally displaced persons, add everyone in Nebraska, another two million.

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Russia continues relentless assault on Ukraine's cities

The civilian death toll in Ukraine is climbing as Russian forces launch an increasing number of airstrikes on cities and towns. Meanwhile, new British intelligence suggests the Russian invasion has largely stalled on all fronts. CBS News' Skyler Henry has more, and CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab shared his insights from on the ground in Lviv, Ukraine.

LIVE: White House press secretary Jen Psaki holds news briefing

Watch Morning Joe Highlights: March 17

'My life has changed irrevocably': Russian journalist who crashed live TV broadcast

Marina Ovsyannikova, the Russian state TV employee who protested the war in Ukraine during a live news broadcast, speaks to CNN's Christiane Amanpour in her first major television interview since her protest.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds weekly news briefing

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