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December 09, 2022

P.B.S. Pinchback becomes the nation's first Black governor on this date in 1872 in the state of Louisiana.

Today in Black America - October 12

POSTED: October 12, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

To hold House, Democrats eye GOP-held districts won by Biden

LA Council faces uncertainty amid furor over racist remarks


EXPLAINER: What’s next in the Florida school shooter trial?


The New York Times

Los Angeles Confronts Racial Divide Anew After Leak of Racist Comments

It’s Never Too Late to Pivot From N.F.L. Safety to Neurosurgeon

Ex-Officer Is Charged After Shooting Teen Eating in a McDonald’s Parking Lot



USA Today

Which party will control the Senate? Here's every seat up for grabs in the 2022 midterms

DOJ to Supreme Court: Reject Trump's request over Mar-a-Lago documents

Republicans silent as Tuberville's racist remarks on reparations spark outrage


The Washington Post

Racist comments from Latino leaders shake long-standing coalition with Black people in L.A.

Biden says Supreme Court ‘more of an advocacy group’ than ‘evenhanded’

Woman says she had to press Herschel Walker repeatedly to pay for abortion he wanted


NJ.com

Loved ones ‘shocked’ after high school, college track star killed in N.J. shooting


Clark whistleblower threatens to sue township as racism probe stretches into third year

Murphy won’t have to pardon N.J. weed crimes despite Biden order. Here’s why.



The Baltimore Sun


Federal judge deals blow to nonprofit’s case against Baltimore over wastewater treatment problems

5 things to watch for when Maryland governor candidates Wes Moore and Dan Cox debate Wednesday

After a lifetime of circling politics, Wes Moore picks his moment. Will Maryland voters hire him for his most ambitious job yet?


The Los Angeles Times

Abcarian: Not even Armenians were spared in that racist conversation among L.A.'s Latino officials

Protests, anger, tears roil L.A. City Council meeting over leaked racist recordings

Rising mortgage rates are sending home prices lower



The Chicago Sun-Times

COVID booster rates remain low in Chicago as concerns rise over another U.S. surge

GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger endorses Democrats running against election deniers

COVID booster rates remain low in Chicago as concerns rise over another U.S. surge


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


UGA POLL: Warnock-Walker close; Kemp builds lead over Abrams

OPINION: Walker made a bad situation worse on the campaign trail

AJC publishes 2022 voter guide in partnership with Atlanta Civic Circle







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