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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 21

POSTED: October 21, 2022, 10:30 am

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USA Today

Supreme Court denies challenge to Biden's student loan forgiveness program

In tight Senate race, Georgia Dems hope their 2020 coalition shows up again

Wisconsin Christmas parade defendant gives tearful opening statement: '2 sides to every story'


The New York Times


Bouie: There Is a Way to Make America Safe for Democracy

Lindsey Graham Must Testify in Georgia Elections Inquiry, Court Rules

A Decade After Hurricane Sandy, New Yorkers Still Fear the Rain


The Associated Press


GOP’s Georgia challenge: Persuading Trump backers to vote

Appeals court: Graham must testify in Georgia election probe

Emmett Till honored with statue in Mississippi community


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Circuit Court clerk failed to collect millions in decades-old court fees, state audit finds

Baltimore to pay city police overtime to pick up flash drives containing vote counts on election night

Baltimore-based Constellation Energy pursues ‘hydrogen economy’ to meet global climate goals


The Washington Post

Daniel Smith, one of the last children of enslaved Americans, dies at 90

Bannon faces prison sentence for contempt of Congress in Jan. 6 probe

Yes, that letter from the IRS is real. You could be owed $1,400.



NJ.com

Missing Princeton University student found dead, authorities say

Federal oversight of N.J.’s child welfare system won’t end until lawmakers act, child advocate says

Some call for N.J. town manager to step down after employee files harassment lawsuit



The Los Angeles Times


Arellano: Karen Bass’ Latino-Black family is everything the ugly audiotape is not

Sheriff Villanueva is at war with nearly everyone. Will it cost him his job?

Hazing ‘traditions’ and sexual assault plagued UCLA summer camp job, students say


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Walker runs with celebrity appeal, but past allegations complicate his campaign

Government played a key role in Warnock’s early life

First election since redistricting leaves few competitive races


The Chicago Sun-Times


Hate crime reports surge

Garbage hauler the FBI once said was mob-controlled now doing work at O’Hare Airport

Mayoral challenger Sophia King unveils plan to reverse spike in violent crime

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