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Tuesday July 14th, 2020 2:52AM

AP Top News at 12:10 a.m. EDT

By The Associated Press
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Virus, racial unrest force Trump campaign to recalibrate
President Donald Trump and his aides have grown increasingly concerned about his reelection chances
12:37AM ( 22 minutes ago )
Democrats look to counter GOP vote-by-mail fraud claims
Democrats are mounting a new effort to push back against a well-funded Republican campaign that seeks to undermine public confidence in mail-in-voting
12:30AM ( 29 minutes ago )
With recovery of last case, New Zealand has eradicated virus
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's confident New Zealand has halted the spread of the coronavirus after the last known infected person in the country recovered
12:16AM ( 43 minutes ago )
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Houston to hold 6-hour public viewing of Floyd's casket
Mourners in George Floyd’s hometown of Houston will be able to view his casket Monday, as the series of memorials in his honor reach their final stop
11:48PM ( 1 hour ago )
Police show less force as peaceful protests push reform
Police around the U.S. took a less aggressive stance and even sometimes joined protesters demanding a reckoning with institutional racism as leaders in the city at the center of the latest call for law enforcement reforms pushed to dismantle its police department
11:36PM ( 1 hour ago )
FBI looks for link between 2 ambush killings of officers
The FBI and local investigators are trying to determine a possible link between the ambush-style killing of a Northern California sheriff’s deputy Saturday and that of a federal officer who was fatally shot outside the U.S. courthouse in Oakland more than a week ago
11:31PM ( 1 hour ago )
AP National News
A U-turn, an angry president and a fateful walk to a church
Defense Secretary Mark Esper was three blocks from the FBI’s Washington field office Monday evening when he got a call to divert immediately to the White House
9:01PM ( 3 hours ago )
Curfews lift, police show less force amid peaceful protests
Officials in New York City and Chicago have lifted curfews amid protests of police brutality and racial injustice following the death of George Floyd
8:29PM ( 4 hours ago )
When protesters cry 'defund the police,' what does it mean?
Protesters are making the demand, “defund the police," as they show their anger at the police custody death of George Floyd and other black Americans killed by police officers
8:19PM ( 4 hours ago )
Top General short headlines
Virus, racial unrest force Trump campaign to recalibrate
President Donald Trump and his aides have grown increasingly concerned about his reelection chances
12:37AM ( 22 minutes ago )
Democrats look to counter GOP vote-by-mail fraud claims
Democrats are mounting a new effort to push back against a well-funded Republican campaign that seeks to undermine public confidence in mail-in-voting
12:30AM ( 29 minutes ago )
With recovery of last case, New Zealand has eradicated virus
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's confident New Zealand has halted the spread of the coronavirus after the last known infected person in the country recovered
12:16AM ( 43 minutes ago )
Tropical storm crashes onto US Gulf Coast amid flood threat
Tropical Storm Cristobal has crashed ashore in Louisiana, and the lopsided storm is also bringing high wind and drenching rains to nearby areas of Mississippi and Alabama
12:09AM ( 50 minutes ago )
Democrats proposing new police procedures, accountability
Congressional Democrats are coming out with legislation to overhaul police accountability
12:06AM ( 53 minutes ago )