The Morning Dispatch: Much Ado About Monoclonal Antibodies

Happy Wednesday! Some much-needed good news on this dreary winter day: MLB players and owners appear to be inching  closer to an agreement on a new labor agreement that would end the lockout.

If all goes well, pitchers and catchers could report to spring training in less than three weeks.

Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories

  • One day after Defense Department officials said they had placed about 8,500 U.S. military personnel on “a heightened preparedness to deploy” to Eastern Europe, President Joe Biden told reporters there will not be “any American forces moving into Ukraine.” Biden added that the United States could personally sanction Russian President Vladimir Putin if he follows through with an invasion of Ukraine.

  • A senior Biden administration official—briefing reporters on the condition of anonymity yesterday—said the White House has been working with global oil and gas suppliers to boost production in case Russia decides to further limit, or halt, natural gas shipments to Europe over Ukraine tensions. “To ensure Europe is able to make it through the winter and spring, we expect to be prepared to ensure alternative supplies covering a significant majority of the potential shortfall,” the official said.

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