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October 05, 2022

Oscar De Priest, the first Black to serve in Congress in the 20th century, was born in Florence, Alabama in 1871.

Today in Black America - May 4

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USA Today


After Roe? Pregnancy-related deaths could rise 20% or more in states that outlaw abortion, experts say.

'It's a really scary time': Abortion rights protesters rally across US after Supreme Court draft leak

Harris: Women's rights in America 'under attack'



The New York Times


Supreme Court Draft on Roe v. Wade Stuns, Then Energizes Americans

For Conservative Legal Movement, a Long-Sought Triumph Appears at Hand

Analysis: The leak suggests internal disarray at the Supreme Court, a blow to its legitimacy



The Los Angeles Times


CDC restates recommendation for masks on planes, trains despite court ruling


New coronavirus variants emerge: BA.4, BA.5 likely reinfecting Omicron survivors


Gaping digital divide among L.A. students is a civil rights issue, Supt. Carvalho says



NJ.com


N.J.’s largest school district is keeping masks


Parents demand remote school option as fears over brain tumor cluster mount

N.J. ends paper ‘written’ test for driver’s ed students. Will it open more MVC appointments?



The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore man, woman plead guilty to murder of MTA bus driver, devoted family man Marcus Parks

Morgan State Board of Regents approves Lake Clifton acquisition; Maryland Board of Public Works votes next week

Vivian C. ‘Millie’ Bailey, World War II veteran who later became a Howard County community activist, dies at 104


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mourners honor broadcast pioneer Merri Dee’s legacy at memorial


Thousands of Chicago residents apply for chance to receive $500 for 12 months: ‘There’s a lot of need’

CST Editorial Board: Overturning Roe would be tragic for women — and the nation


The Washington Post


The Supreme Court’s draft opinion on overturning Roe v. Wade, annotated

Collins and Murkowski on the defensive after leaked Roe draft opinion

Colonial Jamestown, assailed by climate change, is facing disaster



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Metro Atlanta districts enhance summer school, hope for more students

OPINION: Fulton DA looks to go Whole Ham on Trump


First day of early voting sets a turnout record for Georgia primary


The Associated Press


Politico's Supreme Court scoop boosts security concerns

Live updates l Midterm results show strong Trump influence

Vegas water intake now visible at drought-stricken Lake Mead





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