Global National: May 10

The fatal ramifications of Russia's war in Ukraine is even worse than what's being reported, according to the United Nations. Why it says the civilian death toll is actually much higher than the official count. While the struggles grow for those stranded in the conflict, some displaced Ukrainian nationals are now relieved to be in Canada. The warm welcome they received in Newfoundland and Labrador, and what their emergency travel visa offers. Also, misinformation station: how a Russian government broadcaster is able to thrive on American airwaves. As Canada's oil companies rake in record-high profits, they're facing growing pressure to invest in clean energy and the economy. Plus, why the Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled the federal government's environmental impact law, formerly known as Bill C-69, is unconstitutional. And when a picture is worth way more than 1,000 words: how Andy Warhol's famous portrait of Marilyn Monroe just got auctioned off for a record-shattering sum.