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June 28, 2022

By an Act of Congress in 1866, the Army created two cavalry and four infantry regiments for "colored" men, including the Buffalo Soldiers.

Today in Black America - May 24

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The New York Times

As Rents Rise, Mayor Adams Faces Pressure on New York’s Housing Crisis

Why Has the Inflation Calculation Changed Over Time?


Where Death Rates Rose the Most During the Pandemic


USA Today


Trump-Pence battle plays out in Georgia gov race between Kemp and Perdue

'Curly hair' is code for gay in this HS grad speech after senior says he was censored

Californians could see mandatory water cuts amid yearslong drought, Gov. Newsom says



The Washington Post

Justice updates FBI’s use-of-force policy after protests over police killings

Police reform efforts stall as second anniversary of George Floyd’s murder approaches

Key takeaways from the bombshell sex abuse report by Southern Baptists



The Los Angeles Times

Anaheim mayor resigns amid corruption probe into his role in Angel Stadium land sale

Newsom urges aggressive water conservation and warns of statewide restrictions

Primary problem: Michigan GOP governor candidates short signatures


NJ.com


Forget ‘stealth omicron.’ A new COVID variant could soon be dominant in N.J.

Nurses striking at N.J. hospital demand better pay, health benefits

Cops looking for missing, endangered Linden High School student


The Baltimore Sun

This Baltimore County native couldn’t find beauty products for her skin tone. So, she launched her own marketplace.

Baltimore County FOP issues vote of no confidence in police Chief Melissa Hyatt; Olszewski says he fully supports her

New pretrial deadlines set in Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s criminal case


The Associated Press


Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia

Georgia voters navigate rules passed after 2020 election

AP-NORC poll: Economy grows as priority on Russia response


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: David Perdue’s last stand includes racist insult of Stacey Abrams


Have a problem voting in Georgia?

Charges dropped against Atlanta officers who Tased college students


The Chicago Sun-Times


A ‘people person’ who’s ‘nobody’s pushover?’ Richard Irvin says he’s not hiding behind his TV ads — or Ken Griffin’s millions

Laura Washington: The double standard of words, images for people of color

30 City Council members call special meeting for Wednesday on violent crime surge


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