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Today in Black America - June 9

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The Associated Press

Jan. 6 Capitol attack committee goes prime time with probe


What we know about Trump’s actions as insurrection unfolded

EXPLAINER: Hundreds charged with crimes in Capitol attack



The New York Times

The committee investigating the attack will scrutinize how Jared Kushner washed his hands of Donald Trump before Jan. 6.

Jan. 6 Hearings Will Put Trump at Center of Plot That Resulted in Capitol Riot

Jan. 6: The Story So Far


The Washington Post

First hearing for committee will focus on far-right groups

Editorial: Congress must find the courage to act on gun violence

Facebook’s ban on gun sales gives sellers 10 strikes before booting them



USA Today

Do school police officers mainly protect kids or criminalize behavior?

House votes to raise age to buy semi-automatic rifles after Uvalde, Buffalo families testify: Recap

Children in ‘COVID generation’ are seeing developmental delays


The Baltimore Sun


Sun/UB poll: What Marylanders think about overturning Roe, mandatory COVID school vaccines, mass shootings and a midsummer election

Council members demand results from Baltimore Police during contentious budget hearing, citing rampant violence

Maryland State Police: Offensive challenge coin was created by employee who left agency in 2012



NJ.com

Parent threatens to shoot up child’s elementary school in threat to principal

Final exams canceled in N.J. school district after ransomware attack cripples computers

Teenage inmate whose wrist was broken by correctional officer at youth facility sues state


The Los Angeles Times


Crime and homelessness tilted California primaries. What’s next?

Will the L.A. school board runoff revert to the familiar mudslinging, big-spending format?

Editorial: In L.A. mayoral runoff, Bass and Caruso must move beyond sound bites


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


January 6 committee to hear from Raffensperger, Sterling

Shunned by top officials, Georgia GOP pivots to Marjorie Taylor Greene

Opinion: Educators should discuss gender and sexuality in classrooms



The Chicago Sun-Times

Feds ask New York judge to sentence R. Kelly to more than 25 years in prison

Deputy mayor for public safety leaving Lightfoot administration after one year

CPD overhauls controversial system for recording ‘positive’ interactions with public






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