Coronavirus news, more storms brewing: What’s trending today –

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends news conference on Monday, Feb. 14, 2022 in Ottawa. Trudeau says he has invoked the Emergencies Act to bring to an end antigovernment blockades he describes as illegal and not about peaceful protest. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press via AP)AP
A look at some of the top headlines trending online today around the world including the latest on another round of winter storms, tensions with Russia, coronavirus developments and much more.
Russia says some troops returning to bases from near Ukraine amid invasion fears (NBC)
Russia-Ukraine standoff: What you need to know now (CBS)
New storm to bring possible severe weather toward South, Midwest (ABC)
Trump Organization’s accounting firm says 10 years of financial statements are unreliable (CNN)
Wholesale prices likely surged again in January as inflation accelerates (Fox)
BA.2 ‘Stealth’ Variant Found in Nearly All U.S. States as Reinfection Capability Unclear (Newsweek)
Vaccine scientists have been chasing variants. Now, they’re seeking a universal coronavirus vaccine (Washington Post)
Amazon and Walmart lift mask rules for vaccinated workers (CBS)
Unvaccinated medical workers turn to religious exemptions (AP)
Canada’s Trudeau invokes emergency powers in bid to end protests (Reuters)
Six months of Taliban: Afghans safer, poorer, less hopeful (AP)
‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Trailer Released by Netflix (Hollywood Reporter)
Elon Musk Gave $5.7 Billion of Tesla Shares to Charity Last Year (WSJ)
Actor who faked movie deals sentenced to 20 years in prison for massive Ponzi scheme (LA Times)
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