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AP Top U.S. News at 9:41 a.m. EDT

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California milestone: 4 million acres burned in wildfires
California is poised to hit a fearsome milestone: 4 million acres burned this year by wildfires that have killed 30 people and incinerated hundreds of homes in what is already the worst fire season on record
11:04AM ( 17 minutes ago )
US panel tackles race, poverty in virus vaccine priorities
A U.S. advisory panel is making recommendations for who should be first in line to get COVID-19 vaccine
10:55AM ( 27 minutes ago )
Trump's age, health woes raise his risk for COVID-19 illness
President Donald Trump has several strikes against him that could put him at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from the coronavirus
10:21AM ( 1 hour ago )
U.S. News
The Latest: Biden awaiting results of coronavirus test
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has been tested for the coronavirus in the wake of President Donald Trump’s infection and is awaiting results
11:14AM ( 8 minutes ago )
Trump COVID infection thrusts world in uncharted territory
News that U.S. President Donald Trump was infected with the world's most notorious disease is drawing shock, sympathy and some barbs for the American leader
11:05AM ( 17 minutes ago )
Oprah holds conversation with 'Caste' author on Apple TV+
Oprah Winfrey will have an in-depth conversation with famed author Isabel Wilkerson as part of her next “Oprah’s Book Club” episode
11:00AM ( 22 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Trump adds to election anxiety by pushing legal boundaries
In ways large and small, President Donald Trump has demonstrated a willingness to push the boundaries of the law — if not outright flout them
10:17AM ( 1 hour ago )
Stocks slump after Trump tests positive, job growth slows
Stocks are falling early Friday, as Wall Street’s first reaction to President Donald Trump’s testing positive for the coronavirus was to retrench
9:52AM ( 1 hour ago )
US stocks fall after Trump tests positive for coronavirus
Stocks are falling on Wall Street in early trading Friday after President Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus, throwing the country into even more uncertainty just as a divisive election season is heating up
9:38AM ( 1 hour ago )
AP National News
Breonna Taylor grand jury recording slated to be released
An audio recording of grand jury proceedings that ended with no criminal charges against police officers for Breonna Taylor's death is expected to be released
12:01AM ( 11 hours ago )
New California reopening rules require 'equity' measure
California’s plan to safely reopen its economy will begin to require counties to bring down coronavirus infection rates in disadvantaged communities that have been harder hit by the pandemic
10:02PM ( 13 hours ago )
Trump campaign sues Philadelphia over mail-in voting offices
President Donald Trump’s campaign is suing Philadelphia over city officials preventing campaign representatives from watching people registering to vote or filling out mail-in ballots in election offices there
10:00PM ( 13 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
California milestone: 4 million acres burned in wildfires
California is poised to hit a fearsome milestone: 4 million acres burned this year by wildfires that have killed 30 people and incinerated hundreds of homes in what is already the worst fire season on record
11:04AM ( 17 minutes ago )
US panel tackles race, poverty in virus vaccine priorities
A U.S. advisory panel is making recommendations for who should be first in line to get COVID-19 vaccine
10:55AM ( 27 minutes ago )
Trump's age, health woes raise his risk for COVID-19 illness
President Donald Trump has several strikes against him that could put him at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from the coronavirus
10:21AM ( 1 hour ago )
Judge: Census violated order; demands mass text to workers
 A federal judge is instructing the Census Bureau to text every 2020 census worker by Friday, letting them know the count of every U.S. resident is continuing through the end of the month and not ending next week, as the agency previously had announced in violation of her injunction
9:41AM ( 1 hour ago )
California voters weigh in again on care at dialysis clinics
California voters will again weigh in on the quality of care dialysis clinics provide to about 80,000 people in the state with kidney failure
9:10AM ( 2 hours ago )