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December 02, 2021

The late Congressman Charles C. Diggs from Michigan is born in Detroit in 1922.

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USA Today

Biden looks to scale back social spending bill to $2.2 trillion or less as he pushes Democrats to cut deal


As housing concerns mount, cities, states steer billions in COVID funds to address crisis

'Angry and disgusted': Train riders held up phones, didn't call 911 as woman was raped on Philadelphia train, police say


The Associated Press

Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children

Jan. 6 panel votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt

Washington sheriff charged over confrontation with Black man


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

In a 2022 ‘gun fight,’ Republicans look beyond Georgia for campaign cash

Long a behind-the-scenes player, Sharon Gay aims for mayor’s office

Atlanta housing market running out of steam after pandemic price surge


The New York Times


Democrats, Scaling Back Budget Bill, Press for Compromise by Week’s End

Adams vs. Sliwa: How to Watch the First N.Y.C. Mayoral Debate

Trump Organization, Already Under Indictment, Faces New Criminal Inquiry


The Baltimore Sun


Hopkins researchers find no uptick in crime, complaints after Marilyn Mosby stops prosecuting drug possession

Maryland eyes COVID vaccines at school clinics as children eligibility approaches


Here is what we know about President Biden’s CNN town hall in Baltimore on Thursday night


The Los Angeles Times

Councilmen fight over USC as L.A. draws new political boundaries

L.A. City Council president seeks to suspend Ridley-Thomas following indictment

Granderson: Arbery case shows the worst chapter of Georgia’s history is current events as well


The Washington Post


Opinion: The Supreme Court is getting a second chance to block the Texas abortion law. It should take it.

White House unveils coronavirus vaccination plan for kids ages 5-11


After 535 days away from school, can a West Baltimore teen make it to graduation?


The Chicago Sun-Times


Black Caucus urges Lightfoot to cancel guaranteed minimum income plan, put $31.5 million toward violence prevention


21 Chicago cops in no-pay status after refusing to tell city if they are vaccinated

CST Editorial Board: With time for advocacy over, FOP should tell its members to report vaccine status


NJ.com

Is college in N.J. more affordable under Gov. Murphy? Here’s what the numbers say
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N.J. suspends license of doctor accused of improper breast, penis enhancements

Former N.J. judge reprimanded for sexual comment made from the bench







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