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Today in Black America - January 25

POSTED: January 25, 2021, 10:00 am

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The Washington Post

House to send article of impeachment to Senate today

Fight over the rules grinds the Senate to a halt, imperiling Biden’s agenda

A Texas man who stormed the Capitol threatened to ‘assassinate’ Ocasio-Cortez, feds say


The Chicago Sun Times


Chicago Teachers Union votes to refuse in-person work, defy Chicago Public Schools’ reopening plan

CST Editorial Board: The killing of two Black Panthers, the secrets of the FBI — and our nation’s long fight for police reform

House warming: Welch’s challenge is to be a kinder, gentler but still powerful speaker — ‘a breath of fresh air’


The Los Angeles Times


Newsom expected to cancel California’s coronavirus stay-at-home orders


Critics of San Diego superintendent call on Biden to rescind her nomination to Education post

Skelton: It shouldn’t be this hard getting COVID-19 vaccine into people’s arms


Philly.com

President Biden’s economic relief package could cut childhood poverty in half — but it’s only temporary

Thousands of Pa. and N.J. nursing home residents and staff still haven’t had COVID-19 shots

Coronavirus points to trouble for Philly tax revenue if suburbanites keep working from home


NJ.com (Star-Ledger)


Historic audit of N.J. mail-in election is complete. The results are promising, officials say.

N.J. quietly tweaks COVID guidance on when schools should close. Here’s what’s changed.

12 Walmart stores in N.J. ready to give COVID vaccinations, company says


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Dominion Voting files billion-dollar lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani

Atlanta home rental ban could hurt those depending on income

COMPLETE COVERAGE: Atlanta sports hero Hank Aaron dies at 86


The Detroit Free Press


Division, challenges await new speaker Jason Wentworth. But he's not stressed about it

Hunter wants lock-up law in Michigan for guns in homes with young children

Why are racial disparities in Michigan’s COVID-19 cases and deaths shrinking?


The New York Times

How West Virginia Became a U.S. Leader in Vaccine Rollout

Biden Is Vowing to Reopen Schools Quickly. It Won’t Be Easy.

Jeffrey Clark Was Considered Unassuming. Then He Plotted With Trump.



The Baltimore Sun


Red flag raised about race disparity in Maryland’s early coronavirus vaccine rollout data

Dante Barksdale remembered during ritual at Douglass Homes as a trusted voice and mentor

How to sign up for the coronavirus vaccine through Maryland counties, hospitals

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