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Thursday January 27th, 2022 12:57PM

AP Top U.S. News at 9:03 a.m. EST

By The Associated Press
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'Substitute camera' captures Ghislaine Maxwell trial drama
Elizabeth Williams was the eyes of the public throughout Ghislaine Maxwell's monthlong sex-trafficking trial
9:21AM ( 26 minutes ago )
Colorado fire evacuees aided by good road access, daylight
The late-season wildfire that tore through two densely populated Denver suburbs seemed destined to leave a trail of deaths
9:03AM ( 44 minutes ago )
Virginia officials defend response to snowy gridlock on I-95
Virginia officials are defending their response to the snowy gridlock that resulted on Interstate 95 after a winter storm dumped nearly 11 inches of snow
9:01AM ( 46 minutes ago )
U.S. News
With COVID on the job: France allows infected medics to work
France is allowing medics and health workers who are infected with the coronavirus but have few or no symptoms to keep treating patients rather than self-isolate
9:32AM ( 16 minutes ago )
UK authorities ease COVID testing requirements in England
U.K. health authorities have eased COVID-19 testing requirements in England
9:27AM ( 20 minutes ago )
Brazil's Bolsonaro is released from hospital after two days
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has been discharged from a hospital in Sao Paulo, where he spent two days after an intestinal obstruction
9:15AM ( 33 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
North Korea fires ballistic missile, in 1st test in 2 months
The U.S. military says North Korea has fired a ballistic missile into the sea, its first weapons launch in about two months and a signal it isn’t interested in rejoining denuclearization talks anytime soon and would rather focus on boosting its weapons arsenal
7:36AM ( 2 hours ago )
Hong Kong bans flights, imposes other COVID-19 restrictions
Hong Kong authorities have announced a two-week ban on flights from the United States and seven other countries and are holding 2,500 passengers on a cruise ship for coronavirus testing as the city attempts to stem an emerging omicron outbreak
6:39AM ( 3 hours ago )
In Israel, omicron drives records, zigzag policy, 4th shots
Israel says coronavirus infections in the country have spiked to a new record high since the start of the pandemic
6:35AM ( 3 hours ago )
AP National News
Colorado fire evacuation aided by daylight, access to roads
The late-season wildfire that tore through two densely populated Denver suburbs seemed destined to leave a trail of deaths
12:02AM ( 9 hours ago )
Navy captain becomes 1st woman to command US nuclear carrier
The USS Abraham Lincoln deployed this week from San Diego under the command of Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt, the first woman to lead a nuclear carrier in U.S. Navy history
9:25PM ( 12 hours ago )
Drivers fret about food and fuel while stranded on highway
The waiting is over for the last of the drivers who got stranded overnight on an interstate highway in Virginia
9:15PM ( 12 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
'Substitute camera' captures Ghislaine Maxwell trial drama
Elizabeth Williams was the eyes of the public throughout Ghislaine Maxwell's monthlong sex-trafficking trial
9:21AM ( 26 minutes ago )
Colorado fire evacuees aided by good road access, daylight
The late-season wildfire that tore through two densely populated Denver suburbs seemed destined to leave a trail of deaths
9:03AM ( 44 minutes ago )
Virginia officials defend response to snowy gridlock on I-95
Virginia officials are defending their response to the snowy gridlock that resulted on Interstate 95 after a winter storm dumped nearly 11 inches of snow
9:01AM ( 46 minutes ago )
'We were trapped': Trauma of Jan. 6 lingers for lawmakers
A year after the Jan. 6 insurrection, some of the lawmakers who were trapped in the upper House balcony that day are still recovering from lingering trauma
8:43AM ( 1 hour ago )
Governor to pardon Plessy, of ‘separate but equal’ ruling
Louisiana's governor is preparing a posthumous pardon for Homer Plessy, who was arrested in 1892 for challenging a ban on Black people sitting in “whites-only” train cars
7:16AM ( 2 hours ago )