'Please don't get involved': Man recounts conversation with Russian relatives.

Since the first days of Russia's war on Ukraine, the Ukrainian government has run a hotline for families looking for loved ones serving in the Russian military. It also serves as a way for Ukraine to inform Russians about what is actually happening. Calls have come in from as far away as the United States. CNN's Alex Marquardt spoke to some of those Russian-Americans who made the call, desperate for information. #CNN #News

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Watch: Hungary's authoritarian leader lauds Tucker Carlson.

Watch: Hungary's authoritarian leader lauds Tucker Carlson.

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán mentioned Fox host Tucker Carlson in his remarks at CPAC in the country. Watch former Republican congressman Joe Walsh and CNN's Jim Acosta and Charlie Dent react. #CNN #News

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The Debate: Do more guns make us safer?

The Debate: Do more guns make us safer?

CNN’s Pamela Brown moderates The Debate between CNN’s Scott Jennings and Moms Demand Action’s Shannon Watts who discuss the impact gun rights have on safety in the United States. #CNN #News

Retired general explains the difference in the Russian way of waging war.

Retired general explains the difference in the Russian way of waging war.

Retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling reacts to Russia’s continued attacks on Ukraine including a missile strike on a cultural center in the Kharkiv region of the country. #CNN #News

Author on Putin’s invasion: ‘Worst misjudgment’ since Soviet Union collapse.

Author on Putin’s invasion: ‘Worst misjudgment’ since Soviet Union collapse.

Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer joins CNN to explain why he calls the Russia-Ukraine conflict a “Goldilocks crisis.” #CNN #News

Video shows firefight with Russian forces

Video shows firefight with Russian forces

Body camera footage shows a firefight between Ukrainian and Russian forces near Kharkiv, Ukraine. #CNN #News

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