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President Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957 to desegregate Central High School.

Today in Black America - September 8

POSTED: September 08, 2022, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press


Gloves off, Biden embraces tough tone on ‘MAGA Republicans’

Police arrest Vegas-area elected official in reporter death


School gun case sparks debate over safety and second chances



The New York Times


Why a Narrow, Hard-Right G.O.P. House Majority Could Spell Chaos

Justice Dept. Faces Tough Calls in Weighing Response to Trump Ruling

Trump Pushed Officials to Prosecute His Critics, Ex-U.S. Attorney Says


USA Today


Steve Bannon surrenders on charges in NY related to border wall fund

4 dead, 3 wounded in Memphis shooting rampage; suspect in custody

Heat waves are the deadliest natural disasters we face. Here's what makes them so dangerous


The Washington Post


When a man with a pistol shows up outside a congresswoman’s house


U.S. cited ‘domestic terrorism’ in search tied to Oath Keepers’ lawyer


The Civilian Climate Corps was dropped from the climate bill. Now what?



Baltimore Sun


Baltimore partially lifts boil water advisory; water bills to be reduced citywide


A $25M apartment complex for police, other first responders is coming to downtown Baltimore

‘GOAT’ and ‘Baby GOAT’: World-traveling Coleman sisters pushing each other to lead Coppin State volleyball



NJ.com

Deadline looming for seniors to apply for N.J. property tax reduction


How can I apply for ANCHOR, the new property tax relief program?


N.J. school district celebrates ‘star’ teacher’s 49th year in the classroom



The Los Angeles Times


Endorsement: Yes on Proposition 28. All kids deserve quality arts and music education

Editorial: Newsom should sign the bill creating a unified affordable housing agency for L.A. County

Karen Bass got a USC degree for free. It’s now pulling her into a federal corruption case


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Former ATL official Mitzi Bickers to be sentenced on bribery charges

Rep. Katie Porter's university housing deal draws scrutiny


Rep. Katie Porter's university housing deal draws scrutiny


The Chicago Sun-Times

Barack, Michelle Obama White House portraits unveiled

Calling it quits after 20 years on City Council, Brookins says he could write a book — about betrayal

Her son was murdered two months ago. She wants to know what is taking police so long to arrest his killer.




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