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Today in Black America - May 10

POSTED: May 10, 2021, 8:00 am

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Associated Press

New White House panel aims to separate science, politics

Some states plan big spending with Biden’s aid, others wait

Capitol rioters make questionable claims about police


The Chicago Sun-Times


All about equity: Sterling Bay builds connections to minority firms

Midterm correction, COVID-19 fatigue or mass exodus? Lightfoot’s revolving door keeps spinning


As Lightfoot ponders a fix, city’s handling of fatal shootings by cops continues to violate state law



The Los Angeles Times


‘They’re taking over’: Right-wing extremism flourishes in North Texas suburbs

Beginning Monday, L.A. will offer appointment-free COVID-19 vaccinations

Massive turnout, voters of color — new data fill in the details on Biden’s election win


The Baltimore Sun


COVID outbreak hits Baltimore jail even as state ramps up inmate vaccinations; advocates turn to court seeking information

As states add voting restrictions, Democrats say reform bill by Maryland’s John Sarbanes is ‘vital to protect our democracy’

Gov. Hogan grants posthumous pardons to 34 Maryland lynching victims, including 15-year-old Howard Cooper


NJ.com


Shootings injure 3 in Trenton, including an Amazon driver, cops say

No N.J. community college has dorms on campus. That could change under new bill.

SBA has $5B grant program for small businesses: Here’s who qualifies for money


USA Today


GOP takes sides on Cheney's ouster, with one congressman calling party 'basically the Titanic'

Flu cases were at an all-time low during the 2020-2021 season. What experts say to expect in next season's vaccine.


Ending cancer as we know it? National Cancer Institute Director Ned Sharpless lays out his vision.


The Washington Post

McCarthy backs ousting Cheney from GOP leadership post

Hundreds of bodies of covid-19 victims are still in N.Y.’s refrigerated trucks

An off-duty officer ‘terrorized’ a family displaying a BLM flag. Police drove him home without arrest.


The New York Times


The Obamas Are Freed in Their Blackness

‘We May Not Have a Full Two Years’: Democrats’ Plans Hinge on Good Health

After Times Square Shooting, Adams and Yang Stress Support for N.Y.P.D.



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