Angeleno has family in both Ukraine and Russia. She worries they’ll be trapped

The Russia-Ukraine conflict is personal for Anastasia Shostak, program coordinator for the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, which is raising funds to assist Jews in Ukraine. Photo courtesy of Anastasia Shostak.

In Ukraine, roads are bombed out and people can’t get basic needs, while Russia is also facing a humanitarian crisis. Anastasia Shostak, who has Jewish family members on both sides of the conflict, is struggling to get them out. 

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a defining moment for the GOP, says Ron Nehring, former head of the California Republican Party. 

California will drop its school mask mandate on March 12, though LAUSD has not announced whether it will do so. Is it really safe for kids and adults to go maskless? 

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