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Here's what happened Thursday in the Russia-Ukraine war

A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Jerome Adams, who served as Trump's U.S. surgeon general, says he hopes that coming out of the pandemic, people can have a healthier respect for the scientific process. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Former U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams calls for masking 'compassion'

The U.S. needs to ensure everyone has an equitable chance to protect themselves, and if people don't have that opportunity, they need to be able to rely on others to be compassionate, he says.

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How social-emotional learning became a target for the Florida governor and conservatives

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Florida officials recently rejected a slew of math textbooks, claiming they included "prohibited topics." Journalist Dana Goldstein theorizes the objections related to social-emotional learning.

How social-emotional learning became a target for Ron DeSantis and conservatives

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Pipes are seen at the gas transmission point in Rembelszczyzna near Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday. Janek Skarzynski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What Russia cutting off energy to Poland and Bulgaria means for the world

It was seen as a way for Russia to prop up its currency and retaliate for Western sanctions, but it could cause global energy prices to spike. One analyst sees it as a warning to the rest of Europe.

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In Dua Lipa's ever-expanding world, 'there's no time limit and there's no what-ifs'

The pop star is returning to stages two years after releasing an acclaimed second album, Future Nostalgia, and being forced like everyone else to hunker down for the long chill.

In Dua Lipa's ever-expanding world, 'there's no time limit and there's no what-ifs'

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An artist's rendering of "The Embrace," a memorial to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that will be unveiled in Boston in 2023. (c) Hank Willis Thomas, in collaboration with MASS Design Group, King Boston and the City of Boston hide caption

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Boston breaks ground on a Martin Luther King memorial of its own

More than seven decades after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. lived, studied and preached in Boston, the city will soon have a memorial honoring him and Coretta Scott King, who met each other there.

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Hollywood and tyrants: How filmmakers take on the powerful

A look at how Hollywood has depicted authoritarians, from Duck Soup to The Last King of Scotland.

Hollywood and tyrants: How filmmakers take on the powerful

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The U.S. economy likely slowed sharply in this year's first quarter, but conditions may be sturdier than they look as consumer spending remains healthy. Here, people relax in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., on March 8. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why this economy may be sturdier than it looks

U.S. GDP shrank in the first few months of the year, but the economy may be sturdier than it looks.

Why this economy may be sturdier than it looks

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A TSA officer walks past an airline passenger not wearing a face mask in the Denver International Airport on April 19, following the end of the public transportation face mask mandate. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The masks, the CDC and the judge — a battle brewing since 1944

Masks are now optional in many airports, subways and buses. But to understand why, you have to go back to 1944 when the Public Health Service Act was passed.

Moderna says its vaccine appears to be about 51 percent effective for children ages 6 months to less than 2 years, and 37 percent effective for those ages 2 to less than 6 years. Ole Spata/dpa picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Moderna asks the FDA to authorize the first COVID-19 vaccine for very young children

A low-dose version of its vaccine triggers an immune response in children ages 6 months to less than 6 years that is equivalent to what has protected older children and adults, the company says.

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