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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 17

POSTED: November 17, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

GOP wins slim House majority, complicating ambitious agenda

The AP Interview: Pence says voters want new leadership

Arizona voters reject effort to enact stricter voter ID law


The Washington Post

With GOP House win, Biden’s foreign policy faces new challenges

GOP wins narrow control of a chamber they hoped to dominate

Trump’s early 2024 launch fails to rally GOP around him


USA Today

Louisville reaches $2 million settlement with Kenneth Walker, Breonna Taylor's boyfriend

Student loan forgiveness isn't dead. Here's the (narrow) path forward

Karen Bass becomes first Black woman elected Los Angeles mayor


The New York Times


Some of former President Trump’s staunchest allies have shunned his attempt to recapture the White House
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Blow: Trump’s Moment Has Passed

Pennsylvania House Votes to Impeach Philadelphia’s Progressive D.A.


The Chicago Sun-Times

Trial begins for man who allegedly was with Adam Toledo the night 13-year-old was killed by CPD officer

Lightfoot launches lobbying campaign to win City Council approval for Red Line South TIF


New state Senate GOP leader welcomes billionaires’ bucks but warns party must ‘diversify our fundraising’



The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore prosecutor handling fatal squeegee shooting removed from case, accused of leaking document to victim’s family’s lawyer

Chief Melissa Hyatt to leave Baltimore County Police; Olszewski announces other director changes

Baltimore County will let police first review requested disciplinary records and challenge their release, worrying Anton’s Law advocates


The Los Angeles Times


Bass first woman to be elected L.A. mayor

Editorial: What L.A. needs from Mayor Karen Bass

Editorial: Palm Springs bulldozed a Black neighborhood. Compensate survivors


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


New report on school performance in Georgia released


Auburn Avenue landmark, Douglasville Black school among ‘Places in Peril’

AJC INTERVIEW: Gwinnett superintendent defends discipline approach






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