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Today in Black America - February 15

POSTED: February 15, 2022, 10:30 am

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The Associated Press

Accounting firm: Trump financial statements aren’t reliable

Report: Conspiracy theorists fuel bump in extremist killings

Canada's Trudeau invokes emergency powers to quell protests

The New York Times

Opinion: Why We Are Not Facing the Prospect of a Second Civil War

Accounting Firm Cuts Ties With Trump and Retracts Financial Statements

How Josh Mandel, Son of Suburban Ohio, Became a Right-Wing Warrior

USA Today

Louisville mayoral candidate 'shaken but safe' after shooting at campaign office; suspect arrested

1,430 unvaccinated New York City workers fired, thousands more could follow: Live COVID updates

2 Minneapolis officers charged in George Floyd's death plan to testify in civil rights trial

Rutgers releases first-of-its-kind report on impact of weed legalization in N.J.

Jersey City was the last stop on the Underground Railroad

Democrats approve Murphy request to postpone N.J. budget address as Republicans object

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland lawmakers get first look at plan for full marijuana legalization

Amendments to Baltimore City Council’s proposed Dollar House revival fail to allay concerns about participants being financially underwater

Maryland to lift mask requirement for workers, visitors in state buildings next week

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia higher ed board set to vote on Sonny Perdue

The Jolt: Kemp stuns with Clarence Thomas protege for state Supreme Court

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Black women wear more than just a crown

The Chicago Sun-Times

Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson guilty on all counts

Lake View school — renamed to honor Harriet Tubman instead of racist biologist — unveils new sign

Slain 15-year-old boy had lost his mother in CTA train accident years earlier. ‘It was very hard for him. He had dreams.’

The Washington Post

Asked to help, Post readers sent searing evidence about dozens more enslavers in Congress

White House, Democrats eye federal gas tax holiday as prices remain high

Judge to dismiss Sarah Palin’s libel case against New York Times

The Los Angeles Times

Supt. Alberto Carvalho won high marks in Miami, but can he move L.A. Unified forward?

UC Berkeley may be forced by court to cut 3,000 undergraduate seats, freeze enrollment

Under scrutiny once more, ‘The Cosby Show’ raises issues ‘bigger than Cosby’

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