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Today in Black America - June 6

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The New York Times

Big City Mayors, Furious Over Shootings, Fear Gun Limits Are Out of Reach

Mass Shooting in Philadelphia Kills at Least 3 on Weekend of Gun Violence

A Broken Redistricting Process Winds Down, With No Repairs in Sight



The Associated Press


An infamous day. A search for answers. Will America tune in?

Red-hot summer job market awaits US teens as employers sweat

Can journalists and grieving communities coexist in tragedy?



USA Today

Post-Jan. 6, lawmakers seek strictly ceremonial role for VPs in counting votes

Diabetes drug could be a game changer for obesity, study shows

'Beyond devastating': 6 dead, 25 wounded in Philadelphia, Chattanooga club shootings


The Washington Post

A liberal D.A. finds voters’ moods have changed, even in San Francisco

6 dead, many injured after shootings in Philadelphia and Chattanooga


Opinion: The Jan. 6 committee has a narrow but priceless opening


NJ.com


Everything you need to know about N.J. primary elections Tuesday, including all House races

N.J. reports 4 COVID deaths, 2,736 cases Sunday

3 dead, 11 wounded in downtown Philadelphia shooting


The Los Angeles Times

L.A. mayor candidates visit neighborhoods across the city in final push for votes

More than 50 feared dead in Nigeria church attack, officials say

Housing, homelessness and police dominate a race for City Council in Hollywood


The Baltimore Sun

As higher education enrollment numbers lower nationwide, trends at Maryland universities and colleges vary

Maryland comptroller’s race: Sun/UB poll shows Lierman leads Adams in Democratic primary for state comptroller

Maryland commission holds hearing on 1885 Towson lynching of boy



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


A pro-Herschel Walker gas giveaway fuels Democratic outrage

DeKalb certifies results in contentious commission race


2022 midterms: What to watch in primaries in 7 states


The Chicago Sun-Times


A few CPS schools are raising big money through fundraising. None are in the neediest neighborhoods.

Chicago cop seriously wounded in shootout during traffic stop in Englewood, alleged suspect shot by police

Big field seeking to fill big shoes in historic 1st Congressional District


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