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Today in Black America - September 13

POSTED: September 13, 2022, 9:00 am

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USA Today

Justice Department subpoenas dozens of Trump aides in apparent escalation of investigation, according to reports

President Biden announces effort to cure cancer

'Triple dip' La Niña is on the way. Here's what it means for weather in the US

The New York Times

At 75, the Father of Environmental Justice Meets the Moment

Despite their influence and extensive access to information, members of Congress can buy and sell stocks with few restrictions

Schumer to Push $15 Million Into Democratic Fight to Hold Senate

The Associated Press

Trump’s PAC faces scrutiny amid intensifying legal probes

Michael Flynn: From government insider to holy warrior

Democrats try to seize political offensive ahead of midterms

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore has paid $16M — and counting — to keep city-owned hotel afloat during pandemic

Howard County schools and families grapple with end to universal free meals program

A University of Maryland professor wants to expose the hidden bias in AI, and then use it for good

These N.J. companies failed to support American democracy, group says

N.J. sergeant gets 33 months in prison for helping corrupt cops steal from residents

N.J. university averts strike after professors reach deal on new contract

The Washington Post

Milbank: Take it from the ad buys: The GOP ‘nihilistic negation’ agenda is nigh

​​States with the worst brain drain — and more

Middle schools shun challenges, such as teaching your kid algebra

The Los Angeles Times

San Francisco faces civil rights lawsuit over woman’s arrest based on DNA from her rape kit

Could extreme heat be just what California needs to finally solve homelessness?

A wealthy O.C. insider fenced off public land in Newport’s Back Bay. When will it open?

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mortgage rate rise rattles Atlanta home sales in August

Atlanta mayor seeks community input in search for permanent police chief

The Jolt: Speaker Ralston avoids cultural issues in talk on 2023 agenda

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago marks its 500th homicide for the year — a father of two gunned down as he left his mother’s home in West Pullman

Chief Justice Anne Burke stepping down from Illinois Supreme Court

Ben Jealous: A milestone in holding people accountable for Jan. 6

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