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Tuesday July 5th, 2022 9:50PM

AP Top U.S. News at 10:38 a.m. EST

By The Associated Press
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Police search for Harmony Montgomery at last residence
Authorities in New Hampshire say they are headed to the last place where a missing girl named Harmony Montgomery was known to live
10:23AM ( 46 minutes ago )
Hate crimes trial in Arbery killing will put racism up front
The three white men sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery will soon face standing trial a second time
8:31AM ( 2 hours ago )
Supreme Court skeptical of Biden's workplace vaccine rule
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears skeptical of the Biden administration’s authority to impose a vaccine-or-testing requirement on the nation’s large employers
9:17PM ( 13 hours ago )
U.S. News
Court documents show Djokovic had COVID-19 last month
Lawyers for Novak Djokovic have filed court documents in his challenge against deportation from Australia that showed the tennis star contracted COVID-19 in the middle of last month
10:48AM ( 22 minutes ago )
South Africa's ruling party must regain support, says leader
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said the ruling party, the African National Congress, must work to regain popular support after being embroiled in corruption scandals and divided by bitter factional rivalries
9:56AM ( 1 hour ago )
Venezuela's revolution divided in the cradle of Chavismo
The internal struggles of the movement started by late Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez were encapsulated by the apparent defeat _ and its aftermath _ of one of his brothers during the gubernatorial election in November
9:55AM ( 1 hour ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Harry Reid memorial in Vegas drawing nation's top Democrats
The life of former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will be celebrated by two American presidents and other Democratic leaders on Saturday, a testament to his impact on some of the most consequential legislation of the 21st century
7:38AM ( 3 hours ago )
U.K. gov't advisers recommend against 4th vaccine dose
U.K. government advisers have recommended against giving a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to nursing home residents and people over 80 because data shows that a third shot offers lasting protection against admission to the hospital
7:35AM ( 3 hours ago )
Cold kills 22 stuck in cars in heavy snow at Pakistan resort
Officials say temperatures dropped to minus 8 degrees Celsius (17.6 Fahrenheit) amid heavy snowfall at Pakistan’s mountain resort town of Murree overnight
6:53AM ( 4 hours ago )
AP National News
Coast Guard announces safety rules after deadly boat fire
The Coast Guard has announced new safety rules following a deadly blaze that killed 34 people on a scuba diving boat off the California coast more than two years ago
8:54PM ( 14 hours ago )
Chicago mayor: Hopeful for deal in COVID teachers dispute
Classes in Chicago were canceled for a third consecutive day amid an ongoing fight with the teachers union over remote learning and other COVID-19 safety protocols
8:02PM ( 15 hours ago )
Missouri man who killed, buried wife sentenced to 28 years
A judge has sentenced a Missouri man to 28 years in prison for the 2019 killing of his wife, whose body he buried in a state park and whose death he misled the authorities about for more than a year
7:50PM ( 15 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
Police search for Harmony Montgomery at last residence
Authorities in New Hampshire say they are headed to the last place where a missing girl named Harmony Montgomery was known to live
10:23AM ( 46 minutes ago )
Hate crimes trial in Arbery killing will put racism up front
The three white men sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery will soon face standing trial a second time
8:31AM ( 2 hours ago )
Supreme Court skeptical of Biden's workplace vaccine rule
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears skeptical of the Biden administration’s authority to impose a vaccine-or-testing requirement on the nation’s large employers
9:17PM ( 13 hours ago )
Coast Guard announces safety rules after deadly boat fire
The Coast Guard has announced new safety rules following a deadly blaze that killed 34 people on a scuba diving boat off the California coast more than two years ago
8:54PM ( 14 hours ago )
Chicago mayor: Hopeful for deal in COVID teachers dispute
Classes in Chicago were canceled for a third consecutive day amid an ongoing fight with the teachers union over remote learning and other COVID-19 safety protocols
8:02PM ( 15 hours ago )