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Former Ambassador William Taylor on "The Takeout"

Former Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor discusses the political history of Ukraine and what it was like seeing Volodymyr Zelenskyy's leadership emerge throughout his presidency. Taylor talks with CBS News' Major Garrett about Vladimir Putin's "blunders" during Russia's invasion and the hope he has for Ukraine to stand firm through this next phase of war. Taylor also talks about the international response and the prospect of prosecuting war crimes.

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Mariupol apparently on verge of falling

Ukraine says the besieged port city of Mariupol may be on the brink of falling to Russia. Moscow also released video of a test launch of a new ballistic missile potentially capable of evading defense systems. The Capitol was evacuated after a plane carrying an Army parachute team to Nationals Stadium for a pre-game ceremony didn’t get appropriate fly-by permission. And Mattel has released a new Barbie doll of -- Queen Elizabeth, in honor of her 96th birthday and just ahead of the Platinum Jubilee.

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White House clarifies Biden's Putin comment

President Biden's unscripted words at the conclusion of his speech in Warsaw, Poland, on Saturday have followed him back to Washington. Many are still wondering what he meant when he said Russia's president "cannot remain in power." Mr. Biden and other officials said he did not call for regime change in Moscow. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang has the latest from Washington, and CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette joined Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green from Warsaw to discuss reaction to Mr. Biden's comments and the growing refugee crisis.

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