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AP Top U.S. News at 11:39 a.m. EDT

By The Associated Press
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NASA climate research scientist wins World Food Prize
A NASA climate research scientist who has spent much of her career explaining how global food production systems must adapt to a changing climate was awarded the World Food Prize at a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State in Washington
12:00PM ( 19 minutes ago )
Tornadoes strike Texas, Oklahoma; more storms in forecast
A springtime storm system spawned several tornadoes that whipped through areas of Texas and Oklahoma, causing damage to a school, a marijuana farm and other structures
11:26AM ( 53 minutes ago )
New Mexico seeks opportunity in Texas border disruptions
New Mexico is highlighting its support for proposals to route an international rail line through its Santa Teresa border crossing, capitalizing on Mexico’s unease with disruptions along the Texas portion of the U.S. border
10:42AM ( 1 hour ago )
U.S. News
Heard: Depp team of enablers shielded his drug, alcohol use
Amber Heard is telling a Virginia jury that Johnny Depp surrounded himself with an entourage of enablers to shield him from the consequences of his drug and alcohol use
12:16PM ( 4 minutes ago )
It’s Chief Justice Roberts' Court, but does he still lead?
John Roberts is heading a Supreme Court in crisis
12:04PM ( 15 minutes ago )
US Cyber Command team helps Lithuania protect its networks
The Pentagon’s cyber arm says a team spent months working with officials in Lithuania to help protect government networks there from cyberattacks
12:04PM ( 16 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Once conflicted, Biden embraces role as abortion defender
President Joe Biden once said Roe v
11:20AM ( 59 minutes ago )
WHO: Nearly 15 million deaths associated with COVID-19
The World Health Organization is estimating that nearly 15 million people were killed either by the coronavirus or by its impact on overwhelmed health systems in the past two years
10:50AM ( 1 hour ago )
Death toll rises to 26 in central China building collapse
The death toll has risen to 26 in the collapse of a building in central China
10:15AM ( 2 hours ago )
AP National News
Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe
Little doubt remains about what the Supreme Court plans to do with Roe v
12:10AM ( 12 hours ago )
LA hospital sued for racism in death of Black mother
A man whose Black wife died shortly after giving birth to their second son has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Cedars-Sinai hospital alleging her death was the result of a culture of racism
10:15PM ( 14 hours ago )
Advocate: Massachusetts system ‘failed’ missing girl Harmony
An independent review has found the Massachusetts child protection system failed to prioritize the needs of a 5-year-old New Hampshire girl who vanished in 2019 after her father was awarded custody
9:48PM ( 14 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
NASA climate research scientist wins World Food Prize
A NASA climate research scientist who has spent much of her career explaining how global food production systems must adapt to a changing climate was awarded the World Food Prize at a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State in Washington
12:00PM ( 19 minutes ago )
Tornadoes strike Texas, Oklahoma; more storms in forecast
A springtime storm system spawned several tornadoes that whipped through areas of Texas and Oklahoma, causing damage to a school, a marijuana farm and other structures
11:26AM ( 53 minutes ago )
New Mexico seeks opportunity in Texas border disruptions
New Mexico is highlighting its support for proposals to route an international rail line through its Santa Teresa border crossing, capitalizing on Mexico’s unease with disruptions along the Texas portion of the U.S. border
10:42AM ( 1 hour ago )
President declares disaster in New Mexico wildfire zone
Firefighters have slowed the advance of the largest wildfire in the U.S. in New Mexico as heavy winds relented
10:34AM ( 1 hour ago )
Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills
More than half of abortions in America are now done with pills, rather than surgery
10:28AM ( 1 hour ago )