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Today in Black America - September 30

POSTED: September 30, 2022, 3:00 pm

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USA Today

Justice Jackson welcomed to Supreme Court as new term kicks off

Judge gives Trump more time to challenge Mar-a-Lago documents

Abbott, O'Rourke debate Friday in spirited Texas gubernatorial contest


The New York Times

Here’s how Hurricane Ian became one of the most powerful storms to hit the U.S. in the past decade.

Gov. Ron DeSantis, who as a congressman opposed storm aid, is seeking relief from the Biden administration
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What Is a ‘Healthy’ Food? The F.D.A. Wants to Change the Definition
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The Associated Press


Hurricane Ian heads for Carolinas after pounding Florida

Stacey Abrams looks to win Black men in bid for Ga. governor


Water crisis tests Mississippi mayor who started as activist


The Washington Post

Climate change rapidly fuels super hurricanes


Storm survivors recount narrow escapes, harrowing rescues, floodwater fish

Ginni Thomas falsely asserts to Jan. 6 panel that election was stolen, chairman says



The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore details series of aging infrastructure failures that caused E. coli contamination in drinking water over Labor Day weekend

A third of potential jurors in Marilyn Mosby’s federal trial have made up mind on case, defense lawyers say

The changing landscape of mental health services in Baltimore: diverting more police calls to suicide hotline


NJ.com

$50 to drive to Manhattan. $100 to come into N.J. How a fight over traffic cameras could prove costly.

Off-duty police officer charged with DUI, fleeing after crash in N.J. town, authorities say

Work on a $97M solution to one of N.J.’s worst bottlenecks will begin in 2023


The Los Angeles Times

Young adults in California experience alarming rates of anxiety and depression, poll finds

Supporters abandon L.A. City Council candidate Danielle Sandoval after wage theft report

California raises wage replacement for new parents, sick workers


The Chicago Sun-Times


Unfounded election fraud accusations pour in to Illinois officials

Ben Jealous: The cruelty of exploiting vulnerable people for politics

Sorry, Chuy: Chicago Teachers Union, United Working Families endorse Brandon Johnson for mayor


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta Medical Center closure brings higher costs, risks for Grady

Unpaid internships face new scrutiny as barriers to careers


OPINION: Buckhead cityhood isn’t on the ballot, but Bill White isn’t done yet

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