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September 24, 2022

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

Today in Black America - September 16

POSTED: September 16, 2022, 7:30 am

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The New York Times


Democrats Buoyed by Abortion and Trump, Times/Siena Poll Finds

Flu Season Is Coming. Here’s How to Prepare
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Judge Keeps Block on Inquiry Into Mar-a-Lago Files and Names Special Master


The Washington Post


The Justice Dept.’s Jan. 6 investigation is looking at ... everything


Georgia 2020 election inquiry may lead to prison sentences, prosecutor says

Editorial: The powder vs. crack cocaine disparity still exists, and it’s still unfair


The Associated Press


Trump openly embraces, amplifies QAnon conspiracy theories

GOP nominee for Nevada gov. says he'll fight US abortion ban

As 'buy now, pay later' plans grow, so do delinquencies



USA Today


Historic numbers of Cubans, Haitians flee to US in dangerous trend

California Gov. Gavin Newsom rents billboards in 7 states attacking abortion restrictions

Winter bills will send shivers up your spine with energy prices set to rise, analysts say



NJ.com


Nurses at this N.J. hospital say they wouldn’t feel safe being treated at their own facility

Student loan forgiveness: When and how to apply

Essex-Hudson Greenway advocates laud NJ purchase of abandoned rail line to create 9-mile park


The Baltimore Sun

‘Do you want to be great?’: Morgan’s Magnificent Marching Machine gets first new band director in almost 50 years

Marilyn Mosby gets new 2023 trial date in federal perjury, mortgage fraud case

‘An absolutely fundamental moral obligation’: Where are all the Black classical conductors?



The Los Angeles Times

Former USC dean admits to arranging bribery payment for Mark Ridley-Thomas

Two high school boys arrested, one in connection with teen’s overdose death

Dozens of Sheriff Villanueva’s donors received permits to carry guns in public



The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Police Board votes to fire officer who fatally shot apparently unarmed man in 2018


Cook County sheriff’s deputy’s boyfriend and his sister hit with federal drug charges


2 Chicago cops to face charges in Pilsen shootout that wounded 2, Kim Foxx says


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Fulton grand jury seeks testimony of Trump-appointed prosecutor

License plate readers could be coming to schools in Fulton County


Herschel Walker says he’s been transparent about past violence - has he?






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