Liars Lie: “It marks the first time the grand jurors’ recommendations for criminal charges tied to the case have been made public.” We didn’t learn all that much from the Georgia election grand jury, but we learned there was no election fraud (which we knew) and there was perjury (which we assumed). Trump election probe grand jury believes some witnesses lied.

+ Bank Statement: “President Biden plans to move quickly to replace David Malpass as president of the World Bank Group, seizing on his departure to transform the bank into an institution dedicated to fighting climate change.”

+ Liquid Assets: “Russia appears to be draining the Khakovka Reservoir in southern Ukraine, imperiling water for drinking and agriculture and potentially endangering the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant by limiting its cooling water.” Russia draining a Ukrainian reservoir is a reminder that water can be a weapon in a warming world.

+ Off the Rails: “Nearly two weeks after a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, community members packed a local high school auditorium on Wednesday night wanting answers to their health and safety concerns.” From NPR: What to know about the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.

+ Maui Wowee: You may have seen stories about a United flight from Maui that mysteriously nosedived to within 800 feet of the ocean. Now we have some reports from those on the plane. They left paradise on a United flight – then took a nosedive toward the sea. (For a second, they were probably worried the Pentagon thought the plane was a balloon.)

+ Eat the (Fiber) Rich: Can food be medicine? Will insurers cover it? And other big questions about a new health movement.

+ Sharing is Daring: “Her videos also reached the coaches of the college water ski program she hoped to join. They sent her an email saying her videos were ‘too negative,’ she said. And she was denied a spot on the team.” WaPo (Gift Article): TikTok loves true confessions. Colleges, not so much.