Biden says a Russian invasion of Ukraine “would change the world”

President Biden warned that s a Russian invasion of Ukraine could quickly escalate. His comments come as the U.S. continues to deliver military supplies and weapons to allies. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion and CBS News Radio White House correspondent Steve Portnoy join "Red and Blue" with more.

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Ukrainian leaders say Russian invasion not imminent

Kareen Wynter reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on Jan. 25, 2022.

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McConnell: Action needed before Ukraine invasion

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says the United States needs to take action regarding Ukraine before Russia invades. (Jan. 25)

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Ukraine-Russia crisis: ‘Invasion hype comes from the West’

Dmitry Polyanskiy, who is the Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN says "only western leaders are speaking about the inevitability of Russian incursion into Ukraine".

When asked about the likelihood of invasion he added: "We have repeatedly denied the chance of Russian invasion, the only source of this hype is at the hands of our Western colleagues."

Meanwhile, an estimated 100,000 Russian troops are now within reach of the Ukrainian border and the US President Joe Biden has said there is "total unanimity" among western leaders after a virtual meeting with allies.

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Moscow accuses West of hysteria ahead of possible Ukraine invasion

NBC’s Matt Bodner joins Shep Smith to report from Moscow on Russia’s denial that it plans to invade Ukraine. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: 

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Fears of Russian Invasion Are Growing in Ukraine

Tension is building in Ukraine as the country fears a possible Russian invasion. The U.S. state department has ordered that eligible family members from the U.S. embassy leave the country. NBC10’s Johnny Archer spoke to a Philadelphia woman whose son works at the embassy.

Biden Considering Deploying Troops Near Russia Amid Ukraine Invasion Threat

With fears rising that Russia could invade Ukraine, President Biden is considering a major show of force, putting 8,500 troops on heightened alert mostly as part of a NATO response force. The U.S. is now ordering embassy families and civilians to leave Ukraine on commercial flights while they can. 

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Biden Briefed On Military Options In ‘Advance’ Of Potential Russian Ukraine Invasion

NBC News Pentagon correspondent Courtney Kube reports the latest after President Biden was briefed over the weekend on potential military options if Russia invades Ukraine. 

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Biden Briefed On Military Options In ‘Advance’ Of Potential Russian Ukraine Invasion

Families Of U.S. Diplomats Ordered To Leave Ukraine As Fears Of Russian Invasion Mount

The U.S. State Department on Sunday ordered the families of American diplomats and embassy personnel in Ukraine to leave the country, amid mounting fears of a Russian invasion.


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