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Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the first Black to serve on the United States Supreme Court in 1967.

Today in Black America - January 4

POSTED: January 04, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press


McCarthy’s bid for speaker to continue, says Trump backs him

EXPLAINER: What to expect on Day 2 of House speaker election


Democrat voted Pennsylvania speaker, foiling GOP hopes



USA Today


Don't let anti-vaxxers lie about Hamlin like they did with NCAA ref


Biden and McConnell appear together, striking contrast to Kevin McCarthy House chaos

McCarthy denied, Santos in House: 5 takeaways from the tumultuous first day of a new Congress



The New York Times

G.O.P. Fight Over Speaker Enters Its Second Day


Analysis: The fight for speaker revealed a divided and disoriented House majority.

L.A. County to Pay $20 Million for Land Once Seized From Black Family


The Washington Post


McCarthy faces open GOP revolt as House fails to elect speaker

A ‘hate castle’ or welcome neighbor? VDare divides a West Virginia town.

Opinion: Whoever the next GOP speaker is, the job will be a living hell



NJ.com


Trial begins for man accused in road rage slashing death of N.J. driver

N.J. credit union reopens student-run bank at H.S.

Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run crash in N.J. city


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby argues that donations to defense fund shouldn’t count as gifts

Baltimore judge sentences teen convicted of rape and murder of 83-year-old neighbor to life in prison


Op-Ed: Gen Z can restore faith in public institutions, but it needs our encouragement to do it | GUEST COMMENTARY


The Los Angeles Times


Editorial: A disastrous, embarrassing first day for the GOP-controlled House

Op-Ed: Kevin McCarthy’s speaker-election fiasco has been brewing in the GOP for years

Analysis: Whoever wins, House speaker job will be more like ‘mayor of hell’


The Chicago Sun-Times


Cook County poised for record number of opioid deaths; researchers warn hundreds more go uncounted

Chicago progressives in Washington to celebrate one of their own in Congress, Freshman Delia Ramirez


Mayoral challenger Ja’Mal Green unveils $5 billion public safety plan


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


OPINION: House Republicans need a Nancy Pelosi of their own

Atlanta City Council President revises committee list after racial criticism

The Jolt: Georgia Republicans at the center of House speaker chaos





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