Warren Buffett’s Biggest Bet

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  2. Alina Kabaeva, a woman who has previously been romantically linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin, is included in the sixth proposed package of European Union sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, according to two European diplomatic sources.

  3. CNN’s Erin Burnett meets a Ukrainian who is one of the fighters using drones and aerial technology to kill Russian soldiers.

  4. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has welcomed to Kyiv a congressional delegation led by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

  5. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that the US has reopened its embassy in Kyiv on Wednesday after it closed three months ago ahead of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

  6. Stocks ended the day lower in a volatile session Friday. A solid jobs report was not enough to fully convince investors to look for bargains following Thursday’s more-than-1,000-point plunge.

  7. Marnie Schulenburg, a soap opera actress who documented her journey from becoming a new mother to a cancer patient, has died after battling stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, according to her representative.

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  9. CNN’s Jeff Zeleny is in Evans, Georgia, ahead of the state’s gubernatorial primary. Zeleny speaks with Georgia Republican voters who support Trump, but also appear to be backing incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp over his Trump-backed challenger, former Senator David Perdue.

  10. The Biden administration announced Thursday that it had secured its first batch of infant formula from overseas and was preparing to fly it through the newly created Operation Fly Formula program, as White House officials face pressure to provide important details on how they will implement their recently announced efforts to alleviate the national shortage.

  11. Ryan Last received a message on a school night in February from someone he believed to be a girl.

  12. The Dow dropped more than 700 points on Friday morning after a key inflation report missed estimates and showed a higher-than-anticipated increase in the price of consumer goods.

  13. Australian reporter Tony Armstrong had an elated reaction on live TV when the Australian soccer team, the Socceroos, had a dramatic win against Peru to qualify to go to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

  14. A few days into Ukraine’s war, neighboring Romania quickly found itself as one of the main escape routes for those fleeing for their lives. I was on Romania’s northern border, witnessing for the first time in my life the fallout of war, as tens of thousands of refugees crossed into my home country.

  15. “I just did not want to be stuck in a cable news segment in the master bedroom hearing about Trump, Trump, Trump,” says Kellyanne Conway. “And I think George became an expert on many things people wanted him to be, and all I really wanted was my husband and the father of my children as I always had him.”

  16. During former President Trump’s rally in Mendon, Illinois, Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL) thanked Trump for the “victory for White life” after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Her campaign says the lawmaker “very clearly meant to say ‘victory for Right to Life,'” and called the incident a “mishap” as she read her speech.

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  18. A 31-year-old man who was working for the production crew of the NBC show “Law & Order: Organized Crime” was shot and killed as he saved parking spots early Tuesday morning, New York City police said.

  19. Dior is facing accusations of cultural appropriation after Chinese social media users — and protesters outside one of the label’s Paris stores — claimed that a $3,800 skirt was inspired by a centuries-old traditional garment.

  20. China is planning to conduct live-fire exercises on Saturday in waters near Pingtan Island of Fujian province, which is opposite the self-governing island of Taiwan.

  21. In 1990, internal medicine specialist Dr. Dean Ornish did what no other doctor had been able to do: He published results of a randomized clinical trial that used advanced imagery scans to show coronary artery disease could be reversed with nothing more than diet, exercise, stress reduction and social support.

  22. One ticket in Illinois claimed the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot of an estimated $1.28 billion during Friday night’s drawing, according to the Illinois Lottery.

  23. In travel news this week, Spain is offering free train journeys, Southwest Airlines is making its vouchers valid forever, and we take a look at the world’s greatest hiking trails and Iceland’s best bathing spots.

  24. The central question surrounding the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago last week is the one that remains most unanswered: What documents did former President Donald Trump have and why is the government so intent on getting them back?

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  28. Millions of baby swings and rockers that pose a risk of asphyxiation or other injuries to infants have been recalled, according to an announcement Monday from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

  29. The CDC added three new destinations on Monday to its “high” risk list for Covid-19, including an Asian island nation in the Pacific beloved by tourists for its stunning beaches.

  30. Kristin Chenoweth managed to leave host Steve Harvey speechless after she got “Wicked” on a recent episode of “Celebrity Family Feud.”

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  32. Two counties in the crucial swing state of Nevada have appointed officials who have cast doubts about the 2020 election to oversee their elections this fall — raising alarms among voting rights advocates less than three months before Election Day.

  33. • Archives says documents were not returned even though White House counsel said Trump should hand them over

  34. America got a preview this week of what the 2024 presidential campaign might look like if President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump stepped aside to clear the way for the next generation’s possible candidates in waiting: Govs. Ron DeSantis of Florida and Gavin Newsom of California.

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