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"And people around us started ducking, running into their homes, and he just started up his motorbike and said, you know what? I should probably go. And then he looked at me and said, you see, this is how we live. And then you drove off. Wow, this is how we live. I'm glad you're safe, but for now, the Ukrainians are making headway in both the east and the south. What are we watching for next? Well, Putin has been trying to mobilize hundreds of thousands of Russian reinforcements who are supposed to be making their way to the front lines soon. Ukraine is trying to take back as much land as they can before that happens if that happens. We've been hearing about extremely low morale in those who have been mobilized for Russia and just poor preparation, lack of equipment. And Putin is still saber rattling about the use of nuclear weapons if Ukraine attacks what he sees as Russian soil, which is how we consider these four regions of Ukraine. Nobody really knows if he's bluffing. And meanwhile, the Ukrainians are just continuing to take more land. NPR's cat lonsdorf in nipro Ukraine. Thanks, Kat. Thank you. President Biden is promising swift federal help for people in the path of hurricane Ian. Today, we have one job and only one job. And that's to make sure the people in Florida get everything that they need to fully thoroughly recover. After two of ravaged neighborhoods, Biden acknowledged that a comeback will probably take not months, but years. That reality is coming into focus for residents of the Southwest Florida town of northport. Here's NPR's Debbie Elliott. Days after they were rescued by canoe, Alva solati, and George Perez tried to get back to their home. The water was still too high to get into