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Monday July 26th, 2021 1:25PM

AP Top U.S. News at 1:38 p.m. EST

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Under Trump, citizenship and visa agency focuses on fraud
The U.S. agency that reviews citizenship and visa applications has shifted to emphasize fraud detection, enforcement and vetting under President Donald Trump
1:47PM ( 33 minutes ago )
Races for governor take top billing in Missouri, Montana
The Republican governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic could be giving the Democratic challenger traction in this year's race for top executive in Missouri
10:43AM ( 3 hours ago )
Experts: Police brutality, racism pushing Black anxiety
Some experts say police brutality, the coronavirus pandemic, and other issues around race have increased anxiety levels among African Americans
10:34AM ( 3 hours ago )
U.S. News
Georgia star safety LeCounte injured in motorcycle wreck
Georgia star safety Richard LeCounte was injured in a motorcycle accident shortly after the Bulldogs returned to Athens from their victory at Kentucky
2:09PM ( 11 minutes ago )
French Muslims, stigmatized by attacks, feel under pressure
The pressure rises with each new attack
2:08PM ( 11 minutes ago )
AP Top 25: No. 2 Alabama closes gap with Clemson; Liberty in
Clemson remains No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, but not by much
2:05PM ( 15 minutes ago )
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In campaign's final days, Trump hopes rallies mean big votes
President Donald Trump has launched one final test of whether the large crowds at his rallies will translate into votes as he races through the final 48 hours of the 2020 campaign with an onslaught of events in the states that could decide the race
12:39PM ( 1 hour ago )
The Latest: With lockdown exception, French visit cemeteries
French families are taking advantage of an exception to national virus lockdown measures to gather at cemeteries to mark All Saints’ Day and honor lost loved ones
12:23PM ( 1 hour ago )
Anti-France protests continue, as Macron seeks understanding
Hundreds of protesters in Pakistan have burned effigies of France’s leader and chanted anti-French slogans, as President Macron tried to send a message of understanding to Muslims around the world
12:07PM ( 2 hours ago )
AP National News
Halloween in the pandemic: Costumes and candy, at a distance
Halloween parades, parties and haunted houses were canceled as the coronavirus pandemic left its mark on the holiday and its traditions this year
7:26PM ( 19 hours ago )
Teen told police where to find gun used in Kenosha shootings
Police records show a 17-year-old accused of fatally shooting two demonstrators in Wisconsin told officers at his local police station in Illinois where to find an assault rifle he said he had just used to shoot several people
4:27PM ( 22 hours ago )
Lawyer: Wisconsin cop can't be fired for future shooting
An attorney representing a suburban Milwaukee police officer who has fatally shot three people since 2015 says officials can't fire him just because they fear he'll do it again
12:57PM ( 1 day ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
Under Trump, citizenship and visa agency focuses on fraud
The U.S. agency that reviews citizenship and visa applications has shifted to emphasize fraud detection, enforcement and vetting under President Donald Trump
1:47PM ( 33 minutes ago )
Races for governor take top billing in Missouri, Montana
The Republican governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic could be giving the Democratic challenger traction in this year's race for top executive in Missouri
10:43AM ( 3 hours ago )
Experts: Police brutality, racism pushing Black anxiety
Some experts say police brutality, the coronavirus pandemic, and other issues around race have increased anxiety levels among African Americans
10:34AM ( 3 hours ago )
Supreme Court changes fuel moves to protect abortion access
A vast swath of West Texas has been without an abortion clinic for more than six years
10:22AM ( 3 hours ago )
Halloween in the pandemic: Costumes and candy, at a distance
Halloween parades, parties and haunted houses were canceled as the coronavirus pandemic left its mark on the holiday and its traditions this year
7:26PM ( 19 hours ago )