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Today in Black America - July 14

POSTED: July 14, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Jan. 6 hearings: What we’ve learned, and what’s next

Capitol riot hearings raise questions of presidential power

Woman arrested, accused of participating in Jan. 6 attack


The New York Times

For Young Offenders, Restitution Debts Can Present Crippling Obstacles

Adam Wade, Network Game Show Pioneer, Is Dead at 87


Young Voters Are Fed Up With Their (Much) Older Leaders


The Washington Post


Democratic cities in Republican states seek ways around abortion bans

Gov. Newsom taps into liberal fury and sparks talk of presidential run

Donald Trump looks to fall launch for 2024, potentially upending midterms


The Chicago Sun-Times

7-year-old Jeremiah Moore shot to death in family’s van — weeks after he was at a downtown protest over gun violence against children


Chicago police officer accused of striking activist during Grant Park demonstration in 2020 has resigned


Rick Telander: Weapons, not people, are the problem behind gun violence


USA Today


Arizona attorney general wants enforcement of 1800s abortion law

American Israeli woman jailed in Russia over cannabis speaks out in support of Brittney Griner

Rally at US Capitol pushes for gun control: 'I am unwilling to ... be another thought and prayer'



The Baltimore Sun


Prolonged primary coming to a close in races for Maryland governor, attorney general, comptroller and more

After redistricting battle, more Black candidates than ever are running for Baltimore County Council


Baltimore Police: 15-year-old charged with murder in encounter between bat-wielding man and squeegee workers


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Clayton County schools to spend $1.1 million on clear backpacks after weapons surge

Opinion: Metro Atlantans offer their views on public transit

Hospitals: Overreliance on travel nurses continues to drive up costs


NJ.com

Fighting ‘extremely alarming’ voting laws a big priority as NAACP convention begins in N.J.

4 Jersey Shore beaches under swimming advisories after fecal bacteria tests


The BA.5 variant is spreading, and your COVID immunity might be gone because of it


The Los Angeles Times


Black educator Mary McLeod Bethune honored in U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall

‘Poetic justice’? GOP congressman with anti-LGBTQ past tries to win over gay Palm Springs voters


Newsom slams red state governors on D.C. trip, stoking speculation about his future







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