White House urges Americans to leave Ukraine, judge orders protesters to end Canada blockade, Phoenix officers shot

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(NewsNation Now) — A Russian invasion of Ukraine could come within the week, the White House said Friday, urging Americans to leave the country now. The president also ordered an additional 3,000 U.S. troops to Poland.

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the U.S. still did not know if Russian President Vladimir Putin had made a decision to invade, but that all the elements are now in place for a rapid invasion. Sullivan said Russia could invade in the next two days, even before the end of the Winter Olympics on Feb.20.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin joins “On Balance” to discuss.

A judge on Friday ordered protesters at the Ambassador Bridge over the U.S.-Canadian border to end the five-day-old blockade that has disrupted the flow of goods between the two countries and forced the auto industry on both sides to roll back production.

According to a CNN pollster, 56% of Americans said they couldn’t name one thing President Joe Biden has done since he’s been in office of which they approve.

Niall Stanage of The Hill weighs in on Biden’s approval numbers.

At least nine Phoenix police officers were wounded at a home Friday, including four shot while trying to take a baby to safety, Police Chief Jeri Williams said.

Former DEA Senior Special Agent David Katz discusses the wave of officer-involved shootings across the country.

Norman Baylor, who spent 20 years with the FDA, weighs in on COVID-19 vaccines and children.

Sports broadcaster Kenny Mayne highlights some interesting bets ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.

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