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AP Top Stories February 27 P
February 27, 2021

AP Top Stories February 27 P

Here are the top stories for Saturday, February 27th: Biden hails House passage of $1.9T virus bill; VP Harris: "Baton is now in our hands"; New Yorkers rally in support of Asian-Americans. (Feb. 27)
Biden: A statement on Saudi Arabia coming Monday
February 27, 2021

Biden: A statement on Saudi Arabia coming Monday

US President Joe Biden on Saturday answered a single question about whether he will punish the Saudi crown prince following the Khashoggi report. (Feb. 27)
Pompeo defends record in CPAC speech
February 27, 2021

Pompeo defends record in CPAC speech

Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday as he addressed activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference. (Feb. 27)
Pentagon: Strikes in Syria make clear US will act
February 26, 2021

Pentagon: Strikes in Syria make clear US will act

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said Friday the U.S. military airstrikes in eastern Syria Thursday were conducted against facilities that were used by Iran-backed militia groups, in response to recent attacks against U.S. personnel in Iraq. (Feb. 26)
Big fire burns commercial yard, buses in LA County
February 26, 2021

Big fire burns commercial yard, buses in LA County

A huge fire is burning in a commercial area of south Los Angeles County. The fire erupted in Compton before dawn Friday, consuming what appears to be stacks of pallets and spreading to rows of charter-style buses parked in a lot next door. (Feb. 26)
US targets Iranian militants in Syria
February 25, 2021

US targets Iranian militants in Syria

The United States launched airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting facilities near the Iraqi border used by Iranian-backed militia groups. (Feb. 25)
Medical oxygen scarce in Africa, Latin America
February 25, 2021

Medical oxygen scarce in Africa, Latin America

A critical shortage of medical oxygen for coronavirus patients has struck nations in Africa and Latin America, where warnings went unheeded at the start of the pandemic (Feb. 25)
Former Gov. Granholm sworn in as energy secretary
February 25, 2021

Former Gov. Granholm sworn in as energy secretary

Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm was sworn in Thursday as the new energy secretary, with Vice President Kamala Harris administering the oath. Granholm won Senate confirmation earlier by a vote of 64-35, with 14 Republicans voting yes. (Feb. 25)
Lawmaker: Capitol Police didn't grasp riot threat
February 25, 2021

Lawmaker: Capitol Police didn't grasp riot threat

The House lawmaker who is chairing a hearing on the Jan. 6 riot says the U.S. Capitol Police’s acting chief failed to understand the threat facing lawmakers that day. (Feb. 25)
Caution, excitement as NYC middle schools reopen
February 25, 2021

Caution, excitement as NYC middle schools reopen

Tens of thousands of New York City middle school students are returning to their school buildings for the first time since city schools were closed in November amid a rise in coronavirus infections. (Feb. 25)
AP Top Stories February 25th
February 25, 2021

AP Top Stories February 25th

Here's the latest for Thursday February 25th: House could pass $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill Friday; Military personnel joining vaccination clinics; Texas to hold hearing on power outages; L.A. County Sheriff says Tiger Woods crash was an accident.
Gov. Abbott promises answers after weather disaster
February 24, 2021

Gov. Abbott promises answers after weather disaster

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday sought to reassure millions of Texans that the state was moving swiftly to get to the bottom of the power grid failure that left them without power in harsh wintry conditions last week. (Feb. 24)
US worker, employer debate Biden $15 wage proposal
February 24, 2021

US worker, employer debate Biden $15 wage proposal

A U.S. fast-food worker and a small business owner both struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic, share their views on whether it helps or hurts to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour amid an economic crisis. (February 24)
Biden signs order aimed at securing supply chains
February 24, 2021

Biden signs order aimed at securing supply chains

President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday intended to boost manufacturing jobs and reduce risks to national security by strengthening U.S. supply chains for advanced batteries, pharmaceuticals, critical minerals and semiconductors. (Feb. 24)
AP Top Stories February 24th
February 24, 2021

AP Top Stories February 24th

Here's the latest for Wednesday February 24th: Tiger Woods has multiple breaks in right leg after crash; Missed intelligence cited in Capitol attack hearings; Protests after Rochester, NY police officers not indicted; Biden and Trudeau meet virtually.
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