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Today in Black America - August 4

POSTED: August 04, 2021, 11:00 am

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Associated Press

For Missouri congresswoman, eviction fight is personal

Trump-backed Carey, centrist Brown win Ohio US House races

McLaughlin edges Muhammad in battle of world-record hurdlers

The New York Times

Under Fire and Alone, Cuomo Fights for His Political Life

5 Things to Know About the Cuomo Sexual Harassment Findings

Editorial: You Should Resign, Governor Cuomo

USA Today

The delta variant is 'ripping through the unvaccinated' and crowding hospitals in Florida, Texas

Biden issues targeted eviction moratoriums, but money to pay the rent is just sitting there

Senate unanimously votes to award Capitol, Metro police congressional gold medals

The Baltimore Sun

‘Dante Barksdale’s Last Act’ documentary details the legacy of forgiveness of a beloved Baltimorean

Bishop Douglas Miles, well-known clergyman and Koinonia Baptist Church pastor who co-headed BUILD, dies

Maryland’s highest court opens door for juveniles who can be rehabilitated to avoid adult prison system

The Chicago Sun-Times

Hyde Park Summer Fest canceled for 2021

Video shows tense moments of police shooting, with cops yelling to stay clear as they fire dozens of rounds at suspect

As budget season nears, activists call on Lightfoot to cut CPD funding

'Syd and the Kid' give N.J. an unforgettable Olympic day

Murphy and 3 other ‘appalled’ Democratic governors urge Cuomo to step down

N.J. gym owner charged with storming Capitol, punching cop set to plead guilty

The Los Angeles Times

California sees significant rise in vaccinations as employers issue mandates

Coronavirus infections steadily increased in LAUSD summer school, but numbers were small

Need mental health help? There are apps for that, but picking the right one is tough

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgians’ need for food stamps remains high despite economic recovery

New Georgia absentee ballot request forms require more ID

Why top contenders for Atlanta mayor want to repair city-state rift

The Washington Post

Missouri governor pardons Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who pointed guns at protesters

Prospect of big spending plans unleashes a lobbying blitz

WHO calls for moratorium on vaccine booster shots, citing global disparity

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