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Today in Black America - November 14

POSTED: November 14, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

3 dead in University of Virginia shooting; suspect sought


Across the US, a return to democratic order. Will it last?

Congress faces leaders in flux, big to-do list post-election


The New York Times

An Emboldened Biden Weighs Whether to Run for President Again in 2024


The Democrats’ Senate victory handed President Biden a critical guardrail against the G.O.P.


New York City, Once a Minimum Wage Leader, Now Lags Behind


USA Today

Could Kevin McCarthy be House speaker? A slim GOP majority won't help.

Dave Chappelle tackles Ye, antisemitism on 'SNL': 'I don't think Kanye is crazy at all'

As courts block Biden's student loan plan, feds use different approach


The Washington Post

Republicans face a tense and consequential week


Arizona precincts with voting problems were not overwhelmingly Republican

With election unsettled, Congress braces for new spending showdowns


The Baltimore Sun

‘Failure of the system’: Case of deaf man killed in Baltimore’s jail was mired in delays

How will Wes Moore govern? Awaiting the specific policy priorities behind the bold campaign promises.

Far from ‘red wave,’ Maryland election reflected Republican identity issues



NJ.com


25 years after overcoming skeptics, NJPAC is still getting applause, reaching out, and inviting in

One killed in Bergen County double shooting, authorities say

Retired judge: New Jersey’s ‘veto power of one’ leads to justice delayed and justice denied | Opinion


The Los Angeles Times


Newsom feels pressure to show results for California in second term

Editorial: LAUSD’s efforts to address learning loss should inspire hope, not chaos and frustration

Control of the House hinges on 9 state races: ‘It will absolutely come down to California’


The Chicago Sun-Times


Top Illinois Medicaid contractor Centene Corp. failed foster kids with ‘unacceptable’ medical care


John W. Fountain: Kanye and Kyrie Irving? African Americans have much bigger things to worry about

Where is Ald. Walter Burnett Jr.’s missing $300,000 in campaign money?



Atlanta Journal Constitution


Think tank: Trump in legal peril in Fulton as he preps White House bid


Inside City Hall: Atlanta to receive $400 million from Fulton County tax deal

Opinion: Election shows most parents content with child’s public school











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