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Wednesday July 6th, 2022 5:50PM

AP Top U.S. News at 8:28 p.m. EST

By The Associated Press
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Ukrainians in US consider taking advantage of new status
Ukrainians in the U.S. are reacting to a move by President Biden to grant them humanitarian relief known as Temporary Protected Status after Russia invaded their country
8:56PM ( 3 minutes ago )
Courts give conflicting orders on asylum limits at border
A federal appeals court has upheld sweeping asylum restrictions to prevent spread of COVID-19 but restored protections to keep migrant families from being expelled to their home countries without a chance to plead their cases
8:28PM ( 31 minutes ago )
Live updates: US Embassy calls power plant attack war crime
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine is calling Russia’s attack on a nuclear plant a war crime
8:27PM ( 32 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Live updates: Ukraine security council urges escapeways
The head of Ukraine’s security council is calling on Russia to create humanitarian corridors to allow children, women and the elderly to escape the fighting
7:22PM ( 1 hour ago )
Russia cracks down on dissenting media, blocks Facebook
Russian President Vladimir Putin has intensified a crackdown on media outlets and individuals who fail to hew to the Kremlin line on the war in Ukraine
7:06PM ( 1 hour ago )
Live updates: US senators to speak with Ukraine president
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will talk to U.S. senators on a video conference call Saturday morning
6:42PM ( 2 hours ago )
AP National News
Amtrak engineer acquitted in 2015 derailment that killed 8
An Amtrak engineer has been acquitted of charges related to a high-speed derailment that left eight people dead and hundreds injured in Philadelphia in 2015
4:34PM ( 4 hours ago )
Big cities drop more COVID-19 measures in push for normalcy
New York City and Los Angeles are lifting some of their strictest COVID-19 prevention measures as officials in big cities around the U.S. push for a return to normalcy after two grueling years of the pandemic
3:47PM ( 5 hours ago )
Voter turnout sagging in troubled voting rights hub of Selma
The world knows the city of Selma, Alabama, as a historic beacon in the struggle for voting rights
3:30PM ( 5 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
Ukrainians in US consider taking advantage of new status
Ukrainians in the U.S. are reacting to a move by President Biden to grant them humanitarian relief known as Temporary Protected Status after Russia invaded their country
8:56PM ( 3 minutes ago )
Courts give conflicting orders on asylum limits at border
A federal appeals court has upheld sweeping asylum restrictions to prevent spread of COVID-19 but restored protections to keep migrant families from being expelled to their home countries without a chance to plead their cases
8:28PM ( 31 minutes ago )
Live updates: US Embassy calls power plant attack war crime
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine is calling Russia’s attack on a nuclear plant a war crime
8:27PM ( 32 minutes ago )
Harden helps Miami women stun No. 4 Louisville in ACCs
Destiny Harden hit a turnaround jumper as time expired to cap a one-woman comeback as Miami scored the game’s final 17 points to stun No. 4 Louisville 61-59 in Friday night’s quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament
8:12PM ( 47 minutes ago )
1 killed, 6 wounded in Las Vegas apartment complex shooting
Authorities in Las Vegas say one person was killed and six others were wounded in an exchange of gunfire at an apartment complex
8:11PM ( 49 minutes ago )