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November 27, 2021

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - November 1

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The Associated Press


COVID-19′s global death toll tops 5 million in under 2 years

Judge hopes to seat Kyle Rittenhouse jury within a day

Supreme Court takes up Texas law banning most abortions


USA Today

Philadelphia to become first major US city to ban minor traffic stops to promote equity, curb 'negative interactions' with police

As Biden addresses Glasgow climate summit, it's clear talk is no longer cheap

Kyle Rittenhouse trial starts Monday in Kenosha, Wisconsin: What to know about the case


The New York Times


At Climate Talks, Biden Will Try to Sell American Leadership to Skeptics

Desperate for Housing Options, Communities Turn to Ballot Initiatives


Thousands of New York City workers face suspension as a vaccine deadline arrives
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The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Race for City Hall: Election Day is tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know

A new era of voting in Georgia is about to begin. Are we ready?

White populations decline in diversifying Atlanta suburbs


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore parishioners push expedited sainthood for six African American Catholics

State officials advising school systems to relax rules on COVID quarantines

How are Maryland COVID cases, vaccinations and other metrics trending? Here are the latest numbers. [GRAPHICS]



The Los Angeles Times

Unvaccinated teens in L.A. are more likely to test positive for coronavirus than adults

What the Virginia governor’s race could tell us about the battle for control of Congress in 2022

Obamacare open enrollment begins. Find out if you qualify for higher subsidies


NJ.com


N.J. reports 1,008 COVID cases, 1 death. Number of counties with ‘high’ transmission continues to shrink.

Minority cannabis owners say federal banking bill should pass even without social justice provisions

N.J couple who supplied cocaine, heroin to Virginia gang members headed to prison


The Washington Post


How Trump’s 187 minutes of inaction led to Jan. 6 bloodshed

Treasury Secretary Yellen expresses openness to defusing debt ceiling without GOP votes

Pandemic slowly wanes in U.S., bringing hope, uncertainty



The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago cop facing felony charge after allegedly shooting at thieves who swiped her SUV in Evergreen Park

Through the pain of unresolved cases, parents of Chicago homicide victims rely on each other: ‘None of us have got justice’

At Chicago elementary school, staff, moms, kids step in when CPS can’t keep school clean






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