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People look at destroyed Russian military vehicles on display in central Kyiv on a snowy afternoon in the capital city on January 9. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

Putin has only 1 option left but won't accept it, says Ukraine's foreign minister

Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba details the so-called ceasefire, the options he believes Vladimir Putin has left, and what counts as a victory for Ukraine from here on.

People look at destroyed Russian military vehicles on display in central Kyiv on a snowy afternoon in the capital city on January 9. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Putin has only 1 option left but won't accept it, says Ukraine's foreign minister

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Orrin Jackson, center, is one of the nonprofit Dream.org's network of formerly incarcerated people who lobbied Congress to pass the Eliminating a Quantifiably Unjust Application of the Law (EQUAL) Act. Shown here are lawmakers and bill advocates from Dream.org and Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM). Dream.org hide caption

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A bill that would have impacted racial disparity in cocaine crimes died in the Senate

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A view of the stage during the 79th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton on Jan. 09, 2022, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Hollywood Foreign Press Association hide caption

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Tarnished Golden Globes attempt a comeback, after years of controversy

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