WORLD VIEW: Rus Bogged Down in Ukraine, Indo-Pacific Simmit, Poll-Economy Over Russia, More

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May 24, 2022

Here is today’s selection of top stories from The Associated Press at this hour to begin your day. 

Today’s Headlines After 3 months, Russia still bogged down in Ukraine war

When Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it had hoped to overtake the country in a blitz lasting only days or a few weeks. Many Western analysts thought so, too. As the conflict marked its third month… Read More

Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia

ATLANTA (AP) — Donald Trump hopes to avoid a stinging defeat in the Georgia governor’s race on Tuesday as Republican primary voters decide the fate of the former president’s hand-picked candidate to… Read More

Biden: Leaders navigating ‘dark hour’ after Ukraine invasion

TOKYO (AP) — President Joe Biden told fellow Indo-Pacific leaders assembled for a four-country summit Tuesday that they were navigating «a dark hour in our shared history» due to Russia’s brutal war… Read More

Editor Selections AP-NORC poll: Economy grows as priority on Russia response

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are becoming less supportive of punishing Russia for launching its invasion of Ukraine if it comes at the expense of the U.S. economy, a sign of rising anxiety over… Read More

Davos climate focus: Can ‘going green’ mean oil and gas?

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — As government officials, corporate leaders and other elites at the World Economic Forum grapple with how to confront climate change and its devastating effects, a central… Read More

Review suggests Israeli fire killed reporter, no final word

JENIN, West Bank (AP) — Who killed Shireen Abu Akleh? Almost two weeks after the death of the veteran Palestinian-American reporter for Al Jazeera, a reconstruction by The Associated Press lends… Read More

Cross Section

South Asia’s intense heat wave a ‘sign of things to come’

NEW DELHI (AP) — The devastating heat wave which has baked India and Pakistan in recent months was made more likely due to climate change, according to an international group of scientists. This, they… Read More

Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band to tour in US, Europe

NEW YORK (AP) — The Boss is hitting the road again, and the E Street Band band is coming with him. The rockers announced Monday that they will begin an arena tour in February in the United States,… Read More

Pool noodle fight over the name Josh again attracts hundreds

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A couple hundred people grabbed their pool noodles and headed to a Nebraska park again this weekend to battle over the right to the name Josh. The event started as an online joke… Read More

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