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Here are the top stories from the Associated Press for Wednesday, February 8.

1. BIDEN’S SOTU MESSAGE: WORK TOGETHER TO FIX THE ECONOMY

Republicans objected to some of the president’s statements on cuts to social security and Medicare.

2. HOPE FADES IN TURKEY AS DEATH TOLL TOPS 11,000

The earthquake is now the world’s deadliest in more than 10 years.

3. CONCERN GROWS OVER TOXIC GASSES FROM DERAILED TRAIN

Crews burned the chemicals, but people in Ohio still cannot return to their homes.

4. TICKET PRICE BACKLASH CAUSES SPRINGSTEEN MAGAZINE TO CLOSE

‘Backstreet’ reported on Springsteen news for hardcore fans for 43 years.

5. LEBRON JAMES BECOMES NBA’S ALL-TIME SCORING LEADER

James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who held the scoring record for nearly 40 years.

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