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Today in Black America - November 23

POSTED: November 23, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Police: 6 people and assailant dead in Walmart shooting

Republicans try to stop Saturday voting in Georgia runoff

Biden to extend student loan pause as court battle drags on


The New York Times

Supreme Court Permits House to Obtain Trump’s Tax Returns


A federal court signaled that it would most likely end a special master’s review of documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.

Senator Lindsey Graham appeared before a Georgia grand jury investigating election interference by Donald Trump.


USA Today


Ilhan Omar blasts GOP leader McCarthy on vow to remove her from committee


Young voter advocates urge parties to take them seriously after midterms

These 6 universities kept Title IX sexual misconduct data secret



The Baltimore Sun

Their son died in a nursing home months after being shot in South Baltimore. Could better care have saved his life?

Maryland Gov. elect Wes Moore spent 5 times as much as Dan Cox down the stretch and still had $2.7M left after his commanding win

Annapolis artist Tawny Chatmon is a voice of ‘Black resistance and joy’ at Banneker-Douglass exhibit


NJ.com


Officer admits smuggling drugs into N.J. jail in potato chip bags

Nursing home SWAT team descends on N.J. veterans home plagued by safety violations

Bank accused of discriminating against women, Black and Latino workers in Jersey City office OKs $1.9 million payout


The Washington Post

Supreme Court clears way for Trump tax returns to go to Congress

Appeals panel grills Trump lawyer over FBI search of Mar-a-Lago

An American artist creates works that reflect on Monet and move Black women into foreground


The Los Angeles Times

Calmes: Clarence Thomas’ Jan. 6 conflicts of interest are showing again

Police commission rules officer broke policy in fatal department store shooting

Supreme Court rejects Trump plea to shield taxes from House committee


The Chicago Sun-Times


Judge acquits Chicago cop in shooting of unarmed man at CTA Red Line station, saying victim not credible on stand

U.S. Capitol rioter made suicidal comments before crash that killed Skokie woman

Kelvin Moore named new general manager of McCormick Place



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Herschel Walker’s campaign bashes former football coach

Republicans try to stop Saturday voting in Georgia runoff


Obama to hold Dec. 1 runoff rally for Warnock in Atlanta







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