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  1. In this episode of "Person to Person" with Norah O’Donnell, she speaks with Sean Penn about his new documentary about the invasion of Ukraine, "Superpower," and his work as an activist.
  2. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Washington, D.C., on Thursday. He attempted to win support for more military aid in Ukraine's war against Russia. Ed O'Keefe has the details.
  3. Tens of thousands of migrants, most from Venezuela, are risking their lives to cross the Rio Grande into the U.S. Two people, including a 3-year-old boy, were found dead in the river over the past two days. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
  4. Three of the defendants suspected of spying for Russia were charged earlier this year with possessing false identity documents.
  5. Volunteers helped digitize millions of pieces of previously classified data.
  6. Ukraine's second-largest nuclear power plant, in the city of Rivne, has switched from Russian-made fuel to fuel from Westinghouse, a company based in Pittsburgh. It is part of a wider strategy by Kyiv to sever any reliance on Russia, and comes amid warnings about Russia's threat to nuclear plants. Imtiaz Tyab reports from Rivne.
  7. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is visiting Capitol Hill Thursday to meet with U.S. lawmakers about continued funding of aid to Ukraine amid the Russian invasion. President Biden is seeking an additional $24 billion in military and humanitarian assistance for Ukraine, but that may be a tough sell for some Republicans who want the funding in a separate bill from the government spending legislation. CBS News' Weijia Jiang reports.
  8. Lina Lutfiawati apologized and said she "did not expect" prison for a TikTok video showing her reciting part of a Muslim prayer before eating pork.
  9. In another "curious" observation, researchers discovered that the crocodiles love basking in marigold flowers.
  10. Ukraine relied for decades on Russia to fuel its vital nuclear power plants, but now there's fear Moscow could use the facilities as a weapon of war.
  11. The accident happened as a helicopter was attempting a vertical transfer of supplies to the SAS Manthatisi submarine near the town of Kommetjie.
  12. Japan's environment ministry says workers stole and sold potentially radioactive scrap metal from near the tsunami-crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
  13. The seafood retailer said the blue lobster was a one in 2 million discovery.
  14. Armenia and Azerbaijan have clashed for years over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Here's what the dispute is all about.
  15. Artist Jens Haaning was given money to use in a work of art, but instead, he pocketed it, turning in blank canvases titled "Take the Money and Run." He had until January 2022 to return the cash to the Kusten Museum, and a legal battle ensued.
  16. Five U.S. citizens detained by Iran were freed Monday in exchange for the transfer of $6 billion in unfrozen Iranian oil assets and the release of five Iranians facing charges in the U.S.
  17. A California winemaker is the first in the U.S. to embrace a British company's effort to decarbonize the drink industry, bottling wine in paper instead of glass.
  18. Syria's Bashar Assad was just welcomed back by the Arab League, but protests echoing the uprising that led to the country's brutal civil war are gaining steam.
  19. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a link between agents of the Indian government and the killing of Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
  20. Prince William is in New York and is revealing the finalists for the Earthshot Prize, his climate-focused charity.