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January 28, 2023

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

Today in Black America - January 2

POSTED: January 02, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

2024 contest comes into view with hurdles for both parties

Santos should consider resigning, veteran GOP lawmaker says


Judge: Gun-waving lawyer shouldn’t get guns or money back


The New York Times

Strife in the Schools: Education Dept. Logs Record Number of Discrimination Complaints

A Toxic Stew on Cape Cod: Human Waste and Warming Water


Retiring Congress Members See Rough Roads Ahead. They Won’t Miss the Gridlock
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USA Today

How a new Congress will change the direction of the country: What we know


Culture wars: House Republicans attack Pentagon for 'woke' policies

As COVID turns 3, experts worry about the next pandemic



The Baltimore Sun


Maryland Attorney General-elect Anthony Brown’s goals and priorities in his own words


Witness intimidation, other Baltimore crime issues among Maryland priorities in new Congress

As Baltimore ends another violent year, it takes toll on those working for change in city’s deadliest neighborhood



NJ.com

Another unhappy New Year for family of man fatally shot by Newark officer

Want $25 billion for border security? Republicans just said, ‘No thanks.’ | Moran


Our children are choking on diesel fumes. This will help | Editorial



The Los Angeles Times

A community garden in Watts provides solace, fresh produce for immigrants

Lockdowns, gunfire, prostitution. How a school fought a ‘crime magnet’ motel and won

Californians have a green light to sue the gun industry. How will that work?


The Chicago Sun-Times

9-year-old boy shot to death inside his home in Washington Heights


Lightfoot asks Illinois for millions more to help migrants; state says funding will stop by end of January

Vice President Kamala Harris comes to Chicago on Wednesday to tout Biden administration accomplishments



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

New year means new laws on Georgia’s books

Runoffs targeted in latest effort to tweak Georgia elections

Newly elected Georgia House member facing drug charges withdraws from office




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