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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 25

POSTED: October 25, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Conspiracy pushers target races for local election posts

Most in US want more action on climate change: AP-NORC poll

Obama endorses Beasley in crucial Senate race for Democrats


USA Today

Adidas drops Ye following 'hateful' antisemitic remarks

White House counters block on student loan debt forgiveness

Supreme Court temporarily holds action over Sen. Lindsey Graham subpoena battle in Georgia



The New York Times

Pelosi’s Last Dance? Speaker Sprints Across U.S. as Republicans Close In.

The New York governor’s race is suddenly too tight for Democrats’ comfort.

Prosecutors Pressure Trump Aides to Testify in Documents Case


The Los Angeles Times


Kanye West’s fame gives his unrepentant antisemitism a powerful, troubling megaphone

Got COVID? Your symptoms may depend on your vaccination status

Russian court hears Brittney Griner’s appeal of her 9-year prison sentence


NJ.com


Cops not liable in death of N.J. man mauled by K9, jury finds


N.J. county arrests dozens of fugitives on outstanding criminal warrants


Master planners named to guide Newark Airport’s redevelopment through 2065


The Baltimore Sun


In Maryland AG’s race, voters must choose between mainstream liberalism or the far right

The Baltimore Arena is getting a $200M face-lift. Now it’s got a new name.

A rebuilt Lexington Market reopens and begins serving customers



The Washington Post


WNBA star Brittney Griner’s appeal of nine-year prison sentence rejected by Russian court

Alaska GOP votes to censure McConnell over his support for Murkowski

The Latino vote shifted toward Republicans in 2020. Will it again?


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jan. 6 committee aids Fulton prosecutors in their investigation of Trump

The Jolt: If Abrams pulls upset, expect governor’s power to shrink

Sinners’ reformation: Ex-Trump staffer turns to Georgia elections job


The Chicago Sun-Times


Lauded all-boys charter school faces Chicago Public Schools takeover

8-year-old boy fatally shot inside home in Douglas neighborhood on South Side. ‘He was a fun little guy.’


With coaxing from former City Council colleague Mell, Tunney warms to joining crowded race for mayor








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