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November 27, 2022

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

Today in Black America - January 4

POSTED: January 04, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Less than half of GOP say 1/6 was very violent: AP-NORC poll

Teachers at culture war front lines with Jan. 6 education

Trump, Ivanka, Don Jr. subpoenaed in New York AG’s probe


The New York Times

Parents Grapple With Omicron’s Disruptive Force in Schools


The Jan. 6 panel is quietly rushing to dissect what led to the worst attack on the Capitol in decades
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Here’s how the Jan. 6 committee’s search for criminality could play out.


USA Today

Fact check roundup: Debunking false narratives about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

A year after Jan. 6, Americans say democracy is in peril but disagree on why: USA TODAY/Suffolk poll

Biden to address nation on omicron as US reports 1M cases in a day: Live COVID-19 updates


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta’s new City Council sworn in, meets for the first time


Georgia’s ‘AOC’ aims for state Senate seat in Gwinnett

The Jolt: David Perdue staffs up with seasoned GOP operatives...and Kemp allies


The Baltimore Sun


Former Maryland Lt. Gov. and Republican MSNBC commentator Michael Steele won’t run for governor

Three Baltimore area schools are trying to diversify higher education. Meet the woman overseeing the process.

Inmates set fires in Baltimore detention center Sunday night, state fire marshal says; one correctional officer remains hospitalized


NJ.com


Congress returns. Unfortunately, so has Manchin | Editorial


With no heat for 2 months, Jersey City apartment building tenants are fighting back

Murphy may have to re-nominate N.J. Supreme Court pick or make another choice


The Los Angeles Times

Trauma in House gallery bonds members of Congress even a year later

As Capitol riot anniversary nears, Western allies fear for health of U.S. democracy

Hospitals see big jumps in patients, but this surge is different from last winter


The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS paid bus operators $30M to keep drivers on hand. The companies laid them off anyway.

Record number of COVID-19 patients fill Illinois hospital beds: ‘This is largely a problem of the unvaccinated’


12-year-old boy fatally shot on bed in Englewood home. ‘He was a good little helpful boy,’ family says.


The Washington Post

After Election Day, Facebook groups filled with attacks on Biden’s victory

Attorney General Garland plans Wednesday speech on Jan. 6 investigation

Opinion: All who stoked the Jan. 6 attack, not just the mob, must be held accountable



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