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  • Trump plans last minutes tele-rally for Virginia's Youngkin

    NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump is stepping from afar into the hotly contested Virginia governor's race with a tele-rally planned Monday for Republican Glenn Youngkin, according to a person familiar with his plans.
  • Polish parliament debates anti-LGBT legislative proposal

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish lawmakers held an emotional debate Thursday on proposed legislation dubbed “Stop LGBT," which would ban pride parades and other public gatherings deemed to “promote” same-sex relationships.
  • AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

    Biden announces 'historic' deal — but still must win votes
  • Feds move to block Florida's school virus mask penalties

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Education asked an administrative judge on Thursday to block the state of Florida from slashing federal aid money to two school districts over their coronavirus mask mandates.
  • French, Australian leaders have 1st talk since sub fallout

    PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron told Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during their first conversation since Australia pulled out of a multibillion-dollar submarine deal that it is up to Morrison’s government to repair the damaged relationship between their countries, France's presidency said Thursday.
  • Feds: Man used virus relief loan to buy $57,000 Pokemon card

    DUBLIN, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia man pleaded guilty Thursday to illegally obtaining a coronavirus relief loan and using more than $57,000 of the money to buy a collectable Pokemon card.
  • US proposes changes to Mexican gray wolf management

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Federal wildlife officials are proposing to change the way Mexican gray wolves are managed in the American Southwest, saying removing population limits and setting goals for genetic diversity will help the endangered species recover.
  • Biden urges restraint in Sudan as death toll rises to 9

    CAIRO (AP) — U.S. President Joe Biden called Thursday for Sudan's people to be allowed to protest peacefully as the number of those killed in recent demonstrations against the military coup rose to nine.
  • County botches Spanish-language ballot instructions

    Some Spanish-speaking voters in a Pennsylvania city where Hispanics account for nearly 70% of the population are at risk of being disenfranchised in next week’s general election because of an error in Spanish-language instructions that accompanied 17,000 mail-in ballots, activists and elected officials said Thursday.
  • Oklahoma resumes executions, kills inmate for 1998 slaying

    McALESTER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma executed a man Thursday for the 1998 stabbing death of a prison cafeteria worker, the state’s first lethal injection following a six-year moratorium.

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