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Friday February 3rd, 2023 12:57AM

AP Top U.S. News at 12:15 a.m. EDT

By The Associated Press
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Strengthening Fiona barrels toward Turks and Caicos Islands
Hurricane Fiona is barreling toward the Turks and Caicos Islands as it threatens to strengthen into a Category 3 storm, prompting the government to impose a curfew
12:25AM ( 7 minutes ago )
Judge blocks upcoming lethal injection in Alabama
A U.S. judge on Monday blocked Alabama from executing an inmate who says the state lost his paperwork requesting an alternative to lethal injection
12:22AM ( 10 minutes ago )
Ad spending shows Dems hinging midterm hopes on abortion
Democrats are pumping an unprecedented amount of money into advertising related to abortion rights
12:09AM ( 23 minutes ago )
U.S. News
Diggs scores 3 TDs for Bills in 41-7 rout of Titans
Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes, including three to Stefon Diggs, and the Buffalo Bills rolled past Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans 41-7 in their home opener
12:14AM ( 19 minutes ago )
Asia shares rise on US rally ahead of expected Fed rate hike
Asian shares have advanced after Wall Street closed higher on a last-minute buying spree following recent losses
12:10AM ( 23 minutes ago )
UN chief warns global leaders: The world is in 'great peril'
U_N_ Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is warning that the world is in “great peril."
12:02AM ( 31 minutes ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Storm damages space center in Japan, 130K still lack power
A tropical storm that dumped heavy rain as it cut across Japan moved into the Pacific after killing two people and leaving thousands of homes without power
10:17PM ( 2 hours ago )
Fiona dumps more rain on Puerto Rico; troops rescue hundreds
Hurricane Fiona is dumping more rain on Puerto Rico
9:50PM ( 2 hours ago )
US court awards $73 million for Venezuelan opponent's death
A federal judge in Miami has awarded $73 million in damages to the family of a prominent opponent of Venezuela’s socialist government who died while in custody in what he described as a “murder for hire” carried out by a criminal enterprise led by President Nicolás Maduro
9:34PM ( 2 hours ago )
AP National News
Montana to allow transgender people to change birth record
After months of defiance, Montana’s health department said it will follow a judge’s ruling and temporarily allow transgender people to change the gender on their birth certificates
7:16PM ( 5 hours ago )
Judge says alleged clinic shooter can be forcibly medicated
A federal judge says a mentally ill man charged with killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic in 2015 because it offered abortion services can be forcibly medicated to try to make him competent to stand trial
7:05PM ( 5 hours ago )
Midwestern partnership backs hydrogen as clean energy source
Seven Midwestern states are teaming up to accelerate the development of hydrogen as a clean energy source
7:04PM ( 5 hours ago )
Top U.S. News short headlines
Strengthening Fiona barrels toward Turks and Caicos Islands
Hurricane Fiona is barreling toward the Turks and Caicos Islands as it threatens to strengthen into a Category 3 storm, prompting the government to impose a curfew
12:25AM ( 9 minutes ago )
Judge blocks upcoming lethal injection in Alabama
A U.S. judge on Monday blocked Alabama from executing an inmate who says the state lost his paperwork requesting an alternative to lethal injection
12:22AM ( 12 minutes ago )
Ad spending shows Dems hinging midterm hopes on abortion
Democrats are pumping an unprecedented amount of money into advertising related to abortion rights
12:09AM ( 25 minutes ago )
Harris returns to South Carolina to boost voting in midterms
Vice President Kamala Harris is visiting two historically Black colleges in South Carolina to push for voter registration
12:06AM ( 28 minutes ago )
Congress eyes strongest response yet to Jan. 6 attack
House Democrats are voting this week on changes to a 19th century law for certifying presidential elections
12:04AM ( 30 minutes ago )