In Russia’s war on Ukraine, a key battle continues to be over truth. One Russian TV producer decided to get some of that truth across in a unique way. Vice: The Badass Russian TV Producer Who Crashed a Newscast Is Free—For Now. “Marina Ovsyannikova still faces potentially grave punishment under Russia’s new military censorship law.” (You can tell how important the truth battle is by how much people are willing to risk.)

+ Speaking of taking risks to get the truth out. “Russian prosecutors asked a court on Tuesday to sentence jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to an additional 13 years on fraud and contempt of court charges and to move him to a maximum security prison.” (Navalny is basically in jail for failing to die when Putin tried to murder him.) Navalny: “I don’t care, even if you give me 113 years. You won’t scare me. Russia is big, there are many people in it and not all of them are ready to give up their future, the future of their children.”

+ Russia’s War on Truth: Top Wikipedia Editor Arrested Amidst Ukraine Censorship.

+ Fox News journalists killed, injured in Ukraine a day after filmmaker’s death. Yesterday, journalist and documentarian Brent Renaud was killed. Celebrating the life and work of Brent Renaud, the filmmaker and Nieman Fellow killed in Ukraine.

+ Kyiv auto repair shop adapts captured Russian weapons for local forces.

+ The prime ministers of Poland, Slovenia and the Czech Republic are traveling to Kyiv to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Biden is heading to Europe to meet with other leaders. And Putin keeps destroying Ukraine and murdering civilians. Here’s the latest from CNN.