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Monday September 27th, 2021 12:10PM

AP Top News at 12:05 a.m. EST

By The Associated Press
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China, NKorea loom as Blinken, Austin head to Asia
Threats from China and North Korea will loom large over the Biden administration’s first Cabinet-level trip abroad
12:05AM ( 26 minutes ago )
Hondurans to vote in primaries amid corruption allegations
At a time when Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández’s name keeps popping up in the New York trial of an alleged drug trafficker, one of the candidates running to replace Hernández in Sunday’s primary elections was convicted in the same court of laundering money for the same cartel
12:03AM ( 29 minutes ago )
Devoe, Georgia Tech beat No. 15 FSU 80-75 for ACC title
Michael Devoe scored 20 points and Georgia Tech shot 52% after halftime to beat No. 15 Florida State 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship
11:13PM ( 1 hour ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Myanmar civilian leader vows 'revolution' against junta
The civilian leader of Myanmar’s government in hiding has vowed to continue supporting a revolution to oust the military that seized power in last month’s coup
10:49PM ( 1 hour ago )
FEMA to help manage unaccompanied minors at US-Mexico border
The Biden administration is turning to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for help managing and caring for record numbers of unaccompanied immigrant children who are streaming into the U.S. from Mexico
10:25PM ( 2 hours ago )
The Latest: All Duke University undergrads must quarantine
Duke University issued a quarantine order for all of its undergraduates effective Saturday night due to a coronavirus outbreak caused by students who attended recruitment parties, the school said
9:25PM ( 3 hours ago )
AP National News
Chicago River dyed green in surprise move by city's mayor
The Chicago River has been dyed a bright shade of green after Mayor Lori Lightfoot reversed an earlier decision not to tint the waterway for second year because of the coronavirus pandemic
4:58PM ( 7 hours ago )
Families begin burying murdered Guatemalan migrants
Families of some of the 16 Guatemalan migrants killed near the Mexico-U.S. border in late January have begun burying their remains in the town of Comitancillo, where 11 of the victims were from
3:40PM ( 8 hours ago )
UK: Hundreds defy virus restrictions to remember slain woman
Hundreds of people in London have defied coronavirus restrictions to pay their respects to a 33-year-old woman who disappeared while walking home from a friend's apartment and was found dead a week later
3:36PM ( 8 hours ago )
Top General short headlines
China, NKorea loom as Blinken, Austin head to Asia
Threats from China and North Korea will loom large over the Biden administration’s first Cabinet-level trip abroad
12:05AM ( 26 minutes ago )
Hondurans to vote in primaries amid corruption allegations
At a time when Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández’s name keeps popping up in the New York trial of an alleged drug trafficker, one of the candidates running to replace Hernández in Sunday’s primary elections was convicted in the same court of laundering money for the same cartel
12:03AM ( 29 minutes ago )
Devoe, Georgia Tech beat No. 15 FSU 80-75 for ACC title
Michael Devoe scored 20 points and Georgia Tech shot 52% after halftime to beat No. 15 Florida State 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship
11:13PM ( 1 hour ago )
Young, Capela propel Hawks past Kings 121-106
Trae Young scored 17 of 28 points in the third quarter and Clint Capela scored 18 of his 24 points in the first half as the Atlanta Hawks won their fourth straight game with a 121-106 victory over the Sacramento Kings
11:01PM ( 1 hour ago )
Myanmar civilian leader vows 'revolution' against junta
The civilian leader of Myanmar’s government in hiding has vowed to continue supporting a revolution to oust the military that seized power in last month’s coup
10:49PM ( 1 hour ago )