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Today in Black America - August 19

POSTED: August 19, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Judge appears willing to unveil some of Mar-a-Lago affidavit

GOP candidate says call for Garland's death was ‘facetious’

Georgia election probe runs into resistance from witnesses


The New York Times

More Money for I.R.S. Spurs Conspiracy Theories of ‘Shadow Army’

Mainstream Pennsylvania Republicans have united around the far-right gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano.

Facebook and Instagram Remove Robert Kennedy Jr.’s Nonprofit for Misinformation


USA Today

Trump Organization CFO pleads guilty in tax scheme. Deal requires he testify.

The 2021-22 school year saw 193 incidents of gunfire – the most in nearly a decade

Will polio spread like COVID-19? Experts say it's unlikely but the unvaccinated are still at risk


The Baltimore Sun

Reservoir Hill tenants protest what they call poor housing conditions, unresponsive landlord: ‘This is unacceptable’

John Makell Jr., Anne Arundel’s first Black director of rec and parks, dies


Recent violence serves as a ‘stress test’ for Baltimore Police consent decree reforms, federal judge says


NJ.com

Amy DeGise must step down now, let Jersey City move on | Jersey Journal editorial

Students help rename elementary school after 1st Black woman to graduate from N.J. district

N.J. rapper turned city councilman inspires young performers at NJPAC


The Washington Post


Pa. Senate race is no longer a tossup as Fetterman memes zero in on Oz’s wealth

Gov. Hogan calls Maryland GOP gubernatorial nominee mentally unstable

DeSantis’s new elections police force makes its first arrests in Florida



The Los Angeles Times


California voters don’t want Biden or Trump to run in 2024, poll shows


Scientists’ big monkeypox fear: It will spread to wild animals and be here to stay

The Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine high school gets down to business, just not the music business


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


OPINION: Eye-popping settlements in flood project the ‘Atlanta way’


The Jolt: Stacey Abrams defends Fani Willis’ investigation of Donald Trump


New law means big relief for small budgets of Medicare patients


The Chicago Sun-Times


Woman testifies R. Kelly sexually abused her ‘hundreds’ of times when she was underage


13-year-old girl saved by CPR after being struck by lightning in Garfield Park


COVID-19 safety pact between Chicago Public Schools and teachers union near as CTU plans vote on latest offer

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