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August 05, 2020

The Atlanta Daily World was established as a daily newspaper in 1932 by publisher William Alexander Scott, II, who was murdered in 1934.

Today in Black America - June 7

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The Washington Post

Manchin says he will not support voting rights bill, in blow to Biden agenda and a warning to his colleagues

CDC director urges parents to vaccinate teens, pointing to increase in severe cases

Republican leaders say they want to focus on the future, but Trump is far from done with the past


Associated Press

Time ticking away, Democrats face wrenching test on agenda


No mass protests after Honolulu police shoot, kill Black man

Jails emptied in the pandemic. Should they stay that way?


The Los Angeles Times

D.A. George Gascón’s promise to review controversial police killings hits roadblocks

Democrats brace for 2022 elections with ‘little margin for error’

Skelton: An AR-15 is like a pocket knife? Maybe federal judges shouldn’t get lifetime appointments


The Chicago Sun-Times


Pfleger returns to St. Sabina, reflects on ‘painful nightmare’ that followed sex abuse allegations

14-year-old girl dies days after Back of the Yards shooting

Chicago parking meter investors rake in $13M in profit despite pandemic


USA Today

Clarence Williams III, Linc Hayes on 'The Mod Squad,' Prince's father in 'Purple Rain,' dies at 81

Hoover Dam, a symbol of the modern West, faces an epic water shortage

'We'll consider other options': White House signals motion on infrastructure without GOP


The Baltimore Sun


Nearly half of all Marylanders are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, state says

Two neighborhoods, one Black and one white, team up to bring a skatepark to West Baltimore

Anne Arundel Executive Pittman put $18.2M federal aid into his budget, plans to further involve the council on stimulus use



The New York Times


Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Limiting Military Draft to Men


In Arizona 2020 Election Review, Risks for Republicans, and Democracy

Don’t Kill Remote Learning. Black and Brown Families Need It.



NJ.com


In stunning move, Murphy to close scandal-ridden Edna Mahan state prison for women

N.J. will identify cops punished for major misconduct after Supreme Court ruling

Here’s how you can vote in N.J. primary if you’re not registered with either party





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