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Today in Black America - November 25

POSTED: November 25, 2022, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press

Police: Walmart shooter bought gun just hours before killing

After a year, omicron still driving COVID surges and worries

Midterms free of feared chaos as voting experts look to 2024


The New York Times

The Expanded Child Tax Credit Is Gone. The Battle Over It Remains.

John Roberts’s Early Supreme Court Agenda: A Study in Disappointment

How Ralph Ellison’s World Became Visible


USA Today

In Colorado Springs shooting, experts saw a decades-old pattern

The week in Trump's legal challenges: Special counsel, tax returns


Donald Trump faces new lawsuit from E. Jean Carroll, who's already suing him for defamation


The Baltimore Sun


‘We’ve lost the common sense’: Maryland Republicans vent about election routs, heated leadership dispute

Annapolis elections board seeks volunteers for task force to study voting process

Cecilia ‘Cissy’ Marshall, former NAACP legal secretary and widow of first Black Supreme Court justice, dies


The Washington Post


Editorial: The impeachment of Philadelphia’s DA is misguided and a bad precedent

Terrified, elated, anxious: College students told us about campus life without Roe


Former surgeon general faces his wife’s cancer — and the ‘Trump Effect’


NJ.com

Chris Christie is making his move for the White House. Job one is attacking Donald Trump.

Paper bags could be back in grocery stores. Why did N.J. ban them in the first place?

N.J. developer, attorney admit orchestrating big money mortgage fraud scheme



The Los Angeles Times


Editorial: Water and power are essential. Disconnecting services when people can’t afford to pay is cruel

Poor housing conditions continue at L.A. apartment complex, despite 2,000 citations

Karen Bass drew more votes than any mayoral candidate in L.A. history



The Chicago Sun-Times


A House renovated: Automated flagpole to sit atop Springfield site where Lincoln delivered historic anti-slavery speech

Ben Jealous: Citizenship requires a constant recommitment to democracy

CST Editorial Board: Americans die as too many officials shrug off gun violence


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Nonviolent offenses, probation violations leading jail admissions in rural Georgia jails...

Opinion: ‘Get tough’ approaches won’t improve school safety in Gwinnett

Family honored by renaming of Fort Benning





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