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Frederick Douglass and Martin R. Delaney start the North Star anti-slavery newspaper in 1847.

Today in Black America - October 7

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The Washington Post


The labor market is slowing. It could just be the beginning.

Milbank: Think you already know crazy? Meet the House GOP Class of ’22
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RNC seizes on political affiliations of poll workers in swing states



The New York Times


U.S. Job Growth Cools but Remains Solid, Underscoring Fed’s Challenges

With Control of the Senate in Play, These Are the Races to Watch


State Police Superintendent Resigns Amid Investigation


The Baltimore Sun


When will mail-in ballot counting begin in Maryland? The state’s highest court must now decide.

Tourism on the upswing in Baltimore, though challenges remain, officials say

How are Maryland COVID cases, vaccinations and other metrics trending? Here are the latest numbers. [GRAPHICS]


USA Today


Charting the economy: More women working now than before pandemic

Control of the Senate is now a coin flip: It could come down to these races

Report: Mother Herschel Walker’s child says he paid for her 2009 abortion


The Los Angeles Times


23 million Californians will get gas tax refunds beginning today

Op-Ed: Black people are wrongly convicted more than any other group. We can prevent this

Jackie Calmes: No matter what happens in the midterms, Republicans won’t correct their troubling trajectory


The Associated Press

Uvalde schools suspend entire police force after outrage


Delaware justices nix vote-by-mail, same-day registration

Abrams raises $85M in Georgia governor race, outpacing Kemp


NJ.com


Major water main break could affect service for thousands in 3 N.J. counties

2 years after NJ Transit’s customer advocate quit, Gov. Murphy, riders still wait for a replacement

President Biden visits N.J. for fundraiser at Gov. Murphy’s home. Bon Jovi showed up, too
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The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Geoff Duncan emerges as key GOP critic of Herschel Walker in Georgia

Capitol Recap: Herschel Walker’s campaign hopes take a jarring hit from his son

Stacey Abrams raises more than $36M in three-month period


The Chicago Sun-Times

Early voting for the Nov. 8 General Election gets underway downtown

‘Liar,’ ‘liar,’ debate sparks fire: Pritzker, Bailey accuse one another of lies, hypocrisy and being dangerous in contentious forum

First day of City Council budget hearings: CPD hiring, mayor’s staff under scrutiny




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