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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 - November 16

POSTED: November 16, 2022, 9:00 am

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The New York Times

America Deserves Better than Donald Trump

In Arizona, Kari Lake’s next move is splitting factions of the G.O.P.

Hundreds of Women Set to Sue New York Over Allegations of Prison Sex Abuse


The Associated Press

As climate change progresses, trees in cities struggle

Masters concedes Senate race, Hobbs celebrates governor win

Report: 90% of US counties hit with disaster in last decade


The Washington Post

How a U-Va. class trip ended in gunfire and death: ‘Get off the bus!’

GOP leaders face open revolt from members as midterms disappointment festers

New-officer training presents ‘immediate crisis for policing,’ report says



The Baltimore Sun

‘A true medical home’: Howard County expands school-based wellness centers to reach underserved and uninsured students

As Baltimore County considers litigation against oil companies over climate change, some council members express doubts

Two dead in Tuesday shootings in East Baltimore, police say


USA Today

UVA shooting rampage: Suspect was on field trip with victims; wounded player has 2nd surgery

Despite men's rights claims, colleges expel few sex misconduct offenders


Raphael Warnock files suit over state law blocking Saturday voting ahead of Senate runoff


The Los Angeles Times


Bass now leads Caruso by 36,000 votes in L.A. mayor’s race as margin widens

Find out how your neighborhood voted for Los Angeles mayor

Op-Ed: A big reason the South goes red? Gerrymandering and voter suppression



The Chicago Sun-Times


Jewish graves desecrated with swastikas spark anger, tears — and pity for one with ‘this much hate in their heart’

Workers’ rights amendment wins place in Illinois Constitution


After big losses last week, Illinois GOP vows big changes with new legislative leaders: ‘We certainly have a lot to rebuild’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Warnock says Walker ‘crossed a line’ with attacks on his family

Trump’s 2024 run could complicate Walker’s Senate runoff bid


Trump grand jury: Kemp testifies, Flynn directed to appear



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