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John Brown organized raid on the military arsenal at Harper's Ferry in 1858.

Today in Black America - December 30

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The Associated Press

As ‘The King,’ Pelé enchanted fans and dazzled opponents

Jan. 6 takeaways: Final revelations from investigation

Trump’s tax returns to be released Friday after long fight


The New York Times

Democrats Outpace Trump in Seating Federal Judges, With 97 Confirmed

Santos, a Suburban House and $11,000 in Campaign Payments for ‘Rent’

They Were Promised an End to Homelessness. Now They Face Eviction
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USA Today


President Donald Trump's tax returns set for release Friday: What we know

Attacks on the power grid are growing. Why is it so hard to protect?

Despite political pressure, US teachers lead complex history lessons on race and slavery


The Washington Post

A tiny paper rang alarm bells about George Santos in September. Very few noticed.

Red states with abortion bans are pushed to expand Medicaid for mothers

GOP language seeks to obscure role of far right in domestic terrorism


The Baltimore Sun


Some Marylanders will see bigger tax bills in 2023 after a sharp rise in assessed property values

Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum — and the woman who runs it — enter a rebuilding phase


As Baltimore records 332 homicides, violence takes toll on those working for change in city’s deadliest neighborhood


NJ.com

These 2 N.J. school districts will require masks after holiday break amid rise in COVID, flu, RSV cases

How many COVID cases are in N.J. schools? It’s hard to tell as districts split on how to track illnesses
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N.J. reports 300K sign up for insurance through its healthcare marketplace as key deadline nears


The Los Angeles Times

Berkeley city manager failed to reveal past investigation of police chief pick, officials say

After 32 years in prison, woman is granted parole under new state law


State’s top insurance regulator faces new accusation of favoring insurers over ratepayers


The Chicago Sun-Times


Cook County still poised to end cash bail Sunday despite uncertainty after Kankakee County judge’s ruling

How a West Side law center is showing the benefits of releasing people before their trials

In Chicago, a year of fewer shootings and murders but little sense of being safer


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Advocates push for transit connections to Georgia’s two-year colleges

John Lewis statue to be placed where Confederate monument once stood

BREAKING: Fulton sheriff IDs deputy found shot to death in crashed car





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