AP Top Stories January 26 P AP Top Stories January 26 P

Here's the latest from The Associated Press for Jan. 26th: Janet Yellen sworn in as Treasury Secretary; New COVID variant detected in Georgia; Thousands protest in India; Snow blankets midwest.       

yesterday, 22:06
Biden announces 'wartime' boost in vaccine supply Biden announces 'wartime' boost in vaccine supply

The Biden administration is boosting purchases of coronavirus vaccines to deliver enough to protect 300 million Americans by the end of the summer. It's also surging deliveries to states for the next few weeks and pledging greater transparency. (Jan. 26)       

today, 0:26
NYC to get more vaccines amid severe shortage NYC to get more vaccines amid severe shortage

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city has just 7,700 COVID vaccine doses on hand and he is hoping to be able to start using jabs designated second doses for first shots. (Jan. 26)       

yesterday, 23:57
Today in History for January 27th Today in History for January 27th

Highlights of Today in History: , Soviet troops liberate concentration camps; Paris peace accords are signed; Astonauts die on Apollo one;Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born;Composer Jerome Kern born       

today, 4:49
Campaign launches for tough immigration bill fight Campaign launches for tough immigration bill fight

Immigrant rights activists energized by a new Democratic administration and majorities on Capitol Hill are gearing up for a fresh political battle to help push through President Joe Biden's proposed immigration bill. (Jan. 26)       

today, 1:38
US government to surge vaccine supplies to states US government to surge vaccine supplies to states

President Joe Biden said Tuesday the U.S. is surging COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to hard-pressed states over the next three weeks and expects to provide enough doses to vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of the summer or early fall. (Jan. 26)       

today, 1:32
Video: Kyle Rittenhouse with arresting officers Video: Kyle Rittenhouse with arresting officers

Newly released police video shows an Illinois teen accused of killing two people during unrest in Wisconsin last summer. Kyle Rittenhouse never asks about the two men who were shot but asks an officer if he can get therapy. (Jan. 26)       

today, 0:31
12 incredible outerwear sales to shop and save on the winter coat of your dreams 12 incredible outerwear sales to shop and save on the winter coat of your dreams

Shop outerwear sales on jackets, parkas and coats from Nordstrom, Macy's, REI and more to save big this winter—see the details.       

today, 0:52
NFL cheerleaders have their say on equal pay NFL cheerleaders have their say on equal pay

American football is like religion for many in the U.S. but there is one story the NFL isn't cheering about. A new documentary, "A Woman's Work: The NFL's Cheerleader Problem," now available On Demand, follows the story of two former NFL team cheerleaders who sued the league over labor issues. (Jan. 26)       

today, 11:17
AP Top Stories January 27 A AP Top Stories January 27 A

Here's the latest for Wednesday January 27th: Senate votes to hold Trump trial, over Republican objections; Biden says administration is buying more COVID vaccine; Chicago plans to reopen schools delayed; Alabama cleans up tornado damage.       

today, 11:07