Russia Moves to Annex Occupied Lands as Ukraine Presses Offensive

The Wall Street Journal

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Today's News

Welcome to today's edition of the news. In today's headlines, we have stories about the ragtag army that won the battle of Kyiv, an outbreak of Ebola in Uganda, and Russia's move to annex occupied lands. We also have stories about credit cards for big spenders at Amazon, Salesforce's entry into the carbon-credit business, and advice for tech startups from venture capitalists. Finally, we have stories about Spotify's new audiobook service, Hertz's plans to buy EVs from GM, and a food supply crisis.


  • The Ragtag Army That Won Battle of Kyiv and Saved Country: This is the story of the ragtag army that won the Battle of Kyiv and saved their country.
  • Outbreak of Rare Ebola Strain Declared in Uganda: A rare outbreak of Ebola has been declared in Uganda.
  • Underwire and Push-Up Bra Sales Signal 'Return to Sexy': Underwire and push-up bra sales are signalling a return to sexy.
  • Russia Moves to Annex Occupied Lands as Ukraine Presses Offensive: Russia moves to annex occupied lands as Ukraine presses offensive.
  • Buy Side | If Your Business Spends Big at Amazon, You'll Want This Credit Card: The Buy Side credit card is for businesses that spend big at Amazon.
  • Salesforce Enters the Carbon-Credit Business: Salesforce enters the carbon-credit business.
  • Venture Capitalists to Tech Startups: Embrace the Downturn: Venture capitalists to tech startups: embrace the downturn.
  • Automation and AI May Be Safe From Tech Budget Cuts, Says Databricks CEO: Automation and AI may be safe from tech budget cuts, says Databricks CEO.
  • Spotify Offers Audiobook Service With 300,000 Titles: Spotify offers audiobook service with 300,000 titles.
  • Hertz to Buy Up to 175,000 EVs From GM: Hertz to buy up to 175,000 EVs from GM.
  • Beyond Meat Executive Arrested After Allegedly Biting Person’s Nose in Fight: Beyond Meat Executive Arrested After Allegedly Biting Person’s Nose in Fight.
  • Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges: Food supply stays tight as disappointing U.S. harvest adds to global challenges.
  • Gap Is Cutting 500 Corporate Jobs: Gap is cutting 500 corporate jobs.
  • Most Adults Should Be Screened for Anxiety, U.S. Panel Recommends: Most adults should be screened for anxiety, U.S. panel recommends.