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October 26, 2021

Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - October 11

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The Associated Press

Advocates, lawmakers push hospitals to help more with bills

Fall will test leaders’ ability to keep Congress on rails

Allen West, Texas GOP candidate, hospitalized with COVID-19


USA Today

One-fourth of US infrastructure is at risk of flooding amid 'changing environment,' report says

Biden becomes first president to mark Indigenous Peoples' Day with presidential proclamation

Texas abortion ban is back, for now. It's 'chaos' for patients, advocates say.


The New York Times

A Street Basketball Mecca Gets a Face-Lift

12th Death in Custody This Year Signals Growing Crisis in N.Y.C. Jails

Opinion: We Are Republicans With a Plea: Elect Democrats in 2022


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta’s lesser-known candidates want to shake up race for mayor

Atlanta debate: Mayoral hopefuls clash over crime, cops and corruption


A small Ga. county saw its Hispanic population rise by over 500%. Here’s why it matters


The Baltimore Sun


More Marylanders now identify as Indigenous amid call for more accurate record keeping


More Baltimore businesses are becoming worker-owned, but they still face economic and pandemic hurdles

State moving forward on $450M+ Baltimore Treatment and Therapeutic Center as officials seek consultant to oversee project



NJ.com

Teachers can get free breakfast and coffee at McDonald’s this week

N.J. teen arrested with gun at high school football game, police say

The Republican hit job on America’s top soldier was revealing | Editorial


The Washington Post

Now mainstream of party, liberal Democrats less willing to compromise with moderates

Defeats, inaction and compromise drag Biden’s poll numbers down

More than 100 Haitians found in trailer in Guatemala amid desperate efforts to reach U.S.


The Los Angeles Times


Unvaccinated Black, Latino residents have highest COVID rates, L.A. County says

Op-Ed: The West owes a centuries-old debt to Haiti


The pandemic plunged millions of Latin Americans into poverty. Young people are inheriting the consequences


The Chicago Sun-Times


As Jelani Day remembered at service, mourners pray for healing, answers


Park District Supt. Kelly resigns after Lightfoot says he should be fired for cause

Ex-Cook County correctional officer subject of federal prostitution investigation



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