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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 28

POSTED: October 28, 2022, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

Republican wave tested by competitive Senate race in Ohio

Hand vote count on hold after Nevada high court says illegal


North Dakota AG: Poll workers can’t demand citizenship proof


The New York Times

With a House majority in sight, Republicans have begun playing down talk of impeaching President Biden.

Their America Is Vanishing. Like Trump, They Insist They Were Cheated.


Man Who Dragged Officer Into Jan. 6 Mob Is Sentenced to 90 Months



USA Today

Gun used in St. Louis school shooting was previously taken away, police say

Flurry of climate change reports have ominous message: 'We are heading in the wrong direction'


Ballot-box faceoffs in Arizona, Proud Boys protest at Penn State and Musk's Twitter ... everywhere


The Washington Post


Inside the secretive effort by Trump allies to access voting machines

What happened with voting machines in Coffee County, Ga.?


Most Americans believe the American Dream’s out of reach for their kids


The Baltimore Sun

Sun/UB Poll: While Maryland Democrats are poised for Election Day gains, some say Biden shouldn’t run again

Columbia author to present the ‘lost history’ of Frederick Douglass’ visits to Howard County

Outside investors are buying up homes in Baltimore’s low-income and Black neighborhoods



The Los Angeles Times


Organizers launch bid to recall embattled L.A. City Councilmember Kevin de León

Arizona agrees not to enforce its near-total abortion ban until 2023 at least

Lawsuit says popular cannabis brand overstates THC content in its joints


NJ.com

N.J. teen has been missing for a week, cops say


Downtown Jersey City vision coming into focus with votes on embankment, 60-story building

N.J. concealed carry proposal moves one step closer to passage — and a likely court fight


The Chicago Sun-Times

In Chicago, handguns easily turned into high-capacity machine guns fuel growing violence

7-year-old Akeem Briscoe killed by stray bullet 4 days after his father’s funeral

Kanye West mural painted over in West Loop amid fallout from antisemitic remarks


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


New Black Wall Street Market in Stonecrest nears first anniversary


Obama campaigns for Abrams Friday with hopes of energizing Democrats

Why Georgia’s midterm could set the stakes for 2024



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