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Today in Black America - December 5

POSTED: December 05, 2022, 10:00 am

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USA Today

GOP leaders mostly silent on Trump call to suspend Constitution

Inside Biden's surprise rollout of a new Democratic primary lineup


Supreme Court to hear a crucial new same-sex marriage case


The New York Times

Opinion: Everything Democrats Could Do if Warnock Wins


Last Day of Campaigning Gets Underway in Georgia’s Senate Runoff

North Carolina Power Outages Caused by Gunfire at Substations, Officials Say


The Associated Press


Warnock, Walker: Starkly different choices for Black voters

Distaste for Walker provides tailwind for Warnock in Georgia

Supreme Court weighs ‘most important case’ on democracy



The Baltimore Sun


Samuel A. ‘Speedy’ LaBeach II, a Morgan State University Athletic Hall of Famer who qualified for the 1952 Olympics, dies

Woman dead, three people injured, including 15-year-old, in Baltimore weekend shootings, police say

After 8 years, Baltimore hoping to have a reliable ally in Annapolis with Democrat Wes Moore as governor


The Washington Post


Opinion: Trump’s call for suspending the Constitution is too dangerous to ignore

Students in despair: As experts sound the alarm on children’s mental health, the crisis deepens

Reddit users turn Kanye West’s page into a Holocaust-awareness forum



NJ.com

N.J. district with $7,500 signing bonuses has hired 115 teachers in 11 weeks

14-year-old shot, killed after attending birthday party in N.J., cops say

Residents fighting plan to build ‘mega warehouse’ next to train tracks in N.J. town


The Los Angeles Times

Senior citizens are hit hard as COVID-19 surges across California

California lawmakers to hold special session to discuss penalties on oil profits

Karen Bass to be sworn in as L.A. mayor by Kamala Harris


The Chicago Sun-Times

Candidates for Chicago’s new police district councils split between staunch defenders of police and those who favor defunding

Lightfoot’s plan to replace Chicago’s lead water pipes has switched out 280 of an estimated 390,000 service lines

Secretary of State Jesse White honored for decades of community service



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


More Black faith leaders call for action after fatal bridge shooting

The Jolt: U.S. Senate runoff down to the wire — a look at the numbers

Trial to start for Texas cop who shot Black woman in home





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