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Wednesday August 10th, 2022 9:39AM

AP Top U.S. News at 9:42 a.m. EDT

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FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up
U.S. regulators are allowing people 50 and older to get another booster dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
10:41AM ( 7 minutes ago )
Biden budget has Manchin priorities: Tax rich, cut deficit
President Joe Biden’s $5.8 trillion budget for next year would trim federal deficits and boost taxes on the wealthiest Americans
7:20AM ( 3 hours ago )
Black reparations panel could decide who gets compensation
California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations is at a crossroads with members divided on which Black Americans should be eligible for compensation
7:04AM ( 3 hours ago )
U.S. News
UK Queen shrugs of health issues in attending Philip service
Queen Elizabeth II has walked into Westminster Abbey through a side door to make good on her wish to attend a memorial service for her beloved husband Prince Philip
10:39AM ( 9 minutes ago )
Russia says it will scale back near Kyiv as talks progress
Russia’s military says it will “fundamentally” cut back operations near Ukraine’s capital and a northern city, as talks brought a possible deal to end a grinding war into view
10:23AM ( 24 minutes ago )
Live updates: Belgium orders 21 Russian diplomats to leave
Belgium has decided to expel 21 Russian diplomats
10:22AM ( 26 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Media measuring company Nielsen to be acquired in $16B deal
Nielsen is being acquired for $16 billion, including debt, about a week after the media measurement company rejected a $9 billion offer
9:39AM ( 1 hour ago )
Live updates: Turkey sees 'meaningful progress' in talks
Turkey’s foreign minister says Russian and Ukrainian negotiators have reached “a consensus and common understanding” on some issues
9:20AM ( 1 hour ago )
Energy agency: 'Radical action' needed to hit climate goals
The head of the International Renewable Energy Agency says “radical action” is needed to shift away from fossil fuels and ensure global warming doesn’t pass dangerous thresholds
9:11AM ( 1 hour ago )
AP National News
Democrats push toward vote on Jackson for Supreme Court
The Senate Judiciary Committee is pushing Ketanji Brown Jackson closer to confirmation, setting up a vote next week to recommend her nomination to the full Senate and seat her as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court
10:35PM ( 12 hours ago )
Oregon ends residency rule for medically assisted suicide
Oregon will no longer require people to be residents of the state to use its law allowing terminally ill people to end their own lives, after a lawsuit challenged the requirement as unconstitutional
9:34PM ( 13 hours ago )
Prosecutor: Driver who killed 4 homeless people was drunk
Prosecutors say the man who drove into a homeless encampment in Salem, Oregon, killing four people, had roughly double the legal limit of alcohol in his blood
8:18PM ( 14 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
Biden budget has Manchin priorities: Tax rich, cut deficit
President Joe Biden’s $5.8 trillion budget for next year would trim federal deficits and boost taxes on the wealthiest Americans
7:20AM ( 3 hours ago )
Black reparations panel could decide who gets compensation
California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations is at a crossroads with members divided on which Black Americans should be eligible for compensation
7:04AM ( 3 hours ago )
EXPLAINER: What is law critics have dubbed 'Don't Say Gay'?
Florida has come under intense national scrutiny over legislation that critics have labeled the “Don’t Say Gay” law
1:05AM ( 9 hours ago )
Washington honors Alaska's fiery, tireless defender in House
Tugboat captain, teacher, gold prospector and longest-serving Republican in the history of the House
12:13AM ( 10 hours ago )
Travis Scott accused of violating Astroworld suits gag order
Attorneys for some of those killed and injured during last year’s deadly Astroworld festival are alleging rapper Travis Scott has violated a gag order issued in lawsuits they have filed in an effort to influence possible jurors ahead of a potential trial
12:04AM ( 10 hours ago )