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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 18

POSTED: November 18, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Pelosi, dominant figure for the ages, leaves lasting imprint

California Democratic Rep. Porter reelected after tough race


Schools struggle to staff up for youth mental health crisis


The New York Times

Extreme Heat Will Change Us

These Democrats could replace Nancy Pelosi and other House leaders.

Trump Organization Finance Chief Details Birth of Tax-Fraud Scheme


USA Today


How a Supreme Court decision could limit Biden's post-midterm agenda

Student debt relief isn't likely to come by year-end. How to prepare.

Reports: Employees resign from Twitter after Elon Musk gives deadline


The Baltimore Sun


Wes Moore’s 30-point landslide improved over previous Democratic candidates’ margins in every corner of Maryland

Family of Anton Black claims autopsy review shows racial discrimination in the Maryland Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

Baltimore County Public Library launches teen advisory board


NJ.com


Stimulus update: More than 9M Americans could get some extra money from the IRS

See how your local hospital scored in latest safety rankings. N.J. is 6th safest in the U.S.


Starbucks workers stage ‘Red Cup Rebellion’ at 3 N.J. stores


The Los Angeles Times


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

Lopez: Amid the cheers, Bass knows she has her work cut out for her

Smith: Representation matters. But a Mayor Karen Bass means more for Black women in L.A.



The Washington Post


Meet the newcomers in Congress, including 12 elected officials who have no government experience

Rep. Lauren Boebert race too close to call, with margin inside recount threshold


GOP operative found guilty of funneling Russian money to Donald Trump


The Chicago Sun-Times


David and Goliath battle brewing over clouted company’s bid to set up a weed shop inside old Rainforest Cafe

Jimmy Akintonde and Justin Redding: INVEST South/West is a catalyst for change and hope

Michelle Obama, in new book, dishes about daughters Sasha and Malia and their life as roommates in L.A.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


March of Dimes grades Georgia ‘F’ for poor maternal and infant health

Why Kemp-Warnock voters will be decisive in Georgia runoff

Fulton administrator suspended over allegation of relationship with student







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