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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A drone attack claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels targeting a key oil facility in Abu Dhabi killed three people on Monday and sparked a fire at Abu Dhabi's international airport.

KYIV, Ukraine — Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Monday returned to Ukraine to face court on treason charges he believes are politically motivated.

At the Kyiv airport, where he arrived on a flight from Warsaw on Monday morning, Poroshenko was greeted by several thousand cheering supporters. Some carried banners reading "We need democracy," and "Stop repressions."

From the airport, Poroshenko headed straight to court, which will rule on whether to remand him in custody pending investigation and trial.

Whether you're worried about keeping the lights on or you're feeling the pressure of student debt, financial woes are a heavy mental burden, and it's only natural to try to turn away from them. But avoiding money issues is often at the expense of our longer-term financial — and mental — wellbeing.

To upend problematic money behavior, try doing an audit of your last few money interactions.

Ask yourself questions like, "What felt good or bad? When did you feel like running away? Did avoiding the money problem lead you to a solution?"

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Although he died in 1965, American artist Milton Avery is a man for our frazzled times. His paintings can calm a jangled day. NPR special correspondent Susan Stamberg says Avery drew and painted things he knew and helped viewers see them his way.

Some insurance brokers are enrolling people into Affordable Care Act health plans without their consent, perhaps for the commissions, a move that could put consumers in danger of owing back the subsidies connected with the coverage. The damage could be hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

A consumer's first hint that something is wrong is a big one: a letter from the IRS or a delay in their tax refund.

TEL AVIV, Israel — Mansour Abbas broke a longstanding taboo when he led his Arab party into Israel's governing coalition last year. The bold move appears to be paying dividends.

Abbas, a once obscure politician, is the linchpin of the shaky union, securing hefty budgets and favorable policies for his constituents and even winning an audience with the king of Jordan.

Charles McGee, a Tuskegee Airman who flew 409 fighter combat missions over three wars, has died. He was 102.

Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III on Sunday announced his death on Twitter, both of them calling McGee an American hero.

"While I am saddened by his loss, I'm also incredibly grateful for his sacrifice, his legacy, and his character. Rest in peace, General," wrote Austin, who did not specify where McGee died.

The Tuskegee Airmen is the nickname of the first African American unit to fly combat airplanes in World War II.

Updated January 16, 2022 at 8:59 PM ET

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating a plea deal in his corruption trial that could lead to him stepping away from politics for seven years.

The former prime minister is facing three separate corruption cases that involve media moguls and wealthy supporters. The charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust stem from allegations including trading favors to media groups in exchange for positive press coverage.

An Illinois judge has been removed from presiding over criminal cases following his decision to reverse a man's sexual assault conviction.

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