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  • Ukrainian prisoners of war detail life under Russian control

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  • Inslee: Abortion bans are a ‘Republican effort to impose minority decisions in a democracy’

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  • Bakery item prices expected to rise due to ongoing grain shortage

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  • Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as Supreme Court wraps up historic term

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Russian invasion likely to continue driving up gas prices and inflation

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Gas prices keep climbing as they are already up 30 cents from last week leading to alleged gas theft. NBC News’ Zinhle Essamuah explains how the Biden administration is saying Americans can expect the prices of not just gas but other goods to remain “uncomfortably high.”