Russia expels a top US diplomat, Biden admin heads to court over immigration, MLB lockout continues

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(NewsNation Now) — U.S. President Joe Biden warned Thursday that Russia could still invade Ukraine within days and Russia expelled the No. 2 diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, as tensions flared anew in the worst East-West standoff in decades.

Former U.S. diplomat Brett Bruen joins “On Balance” to discuss the issue.

The Biden administration is headed to court over immigration, and it’s due in part to reporting we shared with you a couple of weeks ago about tax dollars paying to fly illegal, undocumented immigrants to the city of their choice. 

Independent journalist Ali Bradley weighs in.

Jay Stanley, senior policy analyst for the ACLU, and aviation attorney Mark Dombroff join the program to talk about unruly passengers in the age of mask mandates.

Gas prices have been on the rise since President Biden took office in January of last year, even after he ordered the release of 50 million barrels of oil from the emergency reserves in November.

Power the Future communications director Larry Behrens discusses rising gas prices.

The MLB lockout is now in its 78th day. Thursday, the players association submitted their proposal to the league but the negotiation meeting ended after just 15 minutes — which signals just how far apart the sides are — and the clock is ticking. Pitchers and catchers were supposed to report for spring training Wednesday.

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