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KNX In Depth: Unprecedented water restrictions for southern California--Russia shuts off gas to Poland and Bulgaria--Ukraine parliament member says Russia can be defeated--COVID pandemic has more parents giving more money to adult kids KNX In Depth

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You might need to get used to brown patches on your lawn, lots of them. Unprecedented water restrictions are coming for about six million people across southern California because of drought conditions. They'll be limited to outdoor watering once a week as the Metropolitan Water District has a goal for all of us to cut water usage by 30 percent. We go In Depth into whether this is necessary and if people will listen. 

Russia has been saying it could stop the gas flow to Europe. Now, it's making good on that threat, shutting it off to Bulgaria and Poland. But are more European countries next? 

And the U.S. and Russia exchange prisoners but that doesn't mean we're closer to a peace deal in Ukraine. 

Ukraine is two months into its war with Russia. We talk again to a member of Ukraine's parliament who says Russia can be defeated but more help is needed. 

Doctor Anthony Fauci is sounding somewhat optimistic, basically saying the worst of the pandemic might be behind us. We look into whether we should all still be concerned about COVID.  

The pandemic has made things even tougher for young adults. More of their parents are now giving them even more money. Will it help them in the long run?
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You might need to get used to brown patches on your lawn, lots of them. Unprecedented water restrictions are coming for about six million people across southern California because of drought conditions. They'll be limited to outdoor watering once a week as the Metropolitan Water District has a goal for all of us to cut water usage by 30 percent. We go In Depth into whether this is necessary and if people will listen. 

Russia has been saying it could stop the gas flow to Europe. Now, it's making good on that threat, shutting it off to Bulgaria and Poland. But are more European countries next? 

And the U.S. and Russia exchange prisoners but that doesn't mean we're closer to a peace deal in Ukraine. 

Ukraine is two months into its war with Russia. We talk again to a member of Ukraine's parliament who says Russia can be defeated but more help is needed. 

Doctor Anthony Fauci is sounding somewhat optimistic, basically saying the worst of the pandemic might be behind us. We look into whether we should all still be concerned about COVID.  

The pandemic has made things even tougher for young adults. More of their parents are now giving them even more money. Will it help them in the long run?
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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