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U.S. collects evidence of possible Russian war crimes and human rights abuses in Ukraine

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The Biden administration says it is collecting evidence of possible war crimes and human rights abuses carried out by Russian forces as its invasion of Ukraine continues. NBC News’ Carol Lee explains what steps the White House could take next and whether it will change President Biden’s dealings with President Putin.