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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2022, 12:00 pm

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USA Today

San Francisco will allow police to deploy robots that kill

Closely watched Alzheimer's drug found to slow cognitive decline

House taking up legislation to avert what Pelosi describes as "catastrophic" rail strike

The New York Times

Oath Keepers Leader Convicted of Sedition in Landmark Jan. 6 Case

On City Streets, Fear and Hope as Mayor Pushes to Remove Mentally Ill

Black Turnout in Midterms Was One of the Low Points for Democrats

The Associated Press

Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

Hakeem Jeffries elected to lead House Dems’ next generation

No longer the fringe: Small-town voters fear for America

The Baltimore Sun

Will Maryland replicate California’s ban on new gas cars by 2035? Advocates say it must.

Jessica Haire spent more than $2.2 million in failed bid to win Anne Arundel County executive seat

One killed, two injured in Tuesday shootings, Baltimore Police say

N.J. to mandate abortion be covered by state-regulated health insurance plans

‘We are living in hell.’ N.J. city’s toxic cop culture ignites residents’ fury

15-year-old charged after calling in bomb threat at N.J. high school, police say

The Washington Post

House Democrats elect Jeffries — first Black party leader in Congress

Biden to commit to honoring tribes with huge Nevada national monument

Right-wing White men are not usually convicted of seditious conspiracy

The Los Angeles Times

Nearly 20% of California water agencies could see shortages if drought persists, state report shows

LAPD serves search warrants in investigation of who recorded racist City Hall leak

Black and Latino residents burned out of Palm Springs seek city reparations

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Arraignment set for former DA accused of meddling in Ahmaud Arbery case

Herschel Walker’s stumbles complicate final stretch of his runoff bid

When malpractice occurs at community health centers, taxpayers pay

The Chicago Sun-Times

As new federal judge takes over court-ordered reforms, CPD faces blistering criticism over its efforts so far

GOP leaders McCarthy, McConnell condemn Nick Fuentes, whose path to hate started in Chicago suburbs

122 candidates will compete for 66 seats on Chicago’s new police district councils

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