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Today in Black America - January 18

POSTED: January 18, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

White House defends its delayed, limited document disclosure

Trump to be joined by Graham, McMaster at January SC event

Court to hear appeal of ex-officer in murder of George Floyd

The New York Times

Statehouse Democrats Embrace an Unfamiliar Reality: Full Power

How ‘Extraordinary Measures’ Can Postpone a Debt Limit Disaster

‘I Don’t Want to Die’: Fighting Maternal Mortality Among Black Women

USA Today

What happens if US hits debt ceiling? Lawmakers squabble as nation nears limit

3 get life in slaying of Michigan security guard over face mask order

Marjorie Taylor Greene on the Homeland Security Committee? Good grief.

The Washington Post

New details emerge about plot to shoot at New Mexico Democrats’ homes

Analysis: Further evidence of how much the GOP has changed since the Bush years

As meetings grow wild, officials try to tame public comment

The Baltimore Sun

It’s inauguration day in Maryland. Here’s what you need to know about Gov.-elect Wes Moore.

Gov.-elect Wes Moore embraces Maryland’s Black history as he readies for historic oath of office

Judge to consider criminal contempt for Marilyn Mosby’s defense attorney, won’t move trial from Baltimore

Vandals ripped apart retaining wall with heavy machinery at N.J. construction site

‘Hangry’ customer pulled knife at Jersey City eatery when order took too long: police

Holland Tunnel to close for six nights a week until 2025 for major repair that starts in February

The Los Angeles Times

California faces catastrophic flood dangers — and a need to invest billions in protection

Six people, including mother and baby, killed in Tulare County; drug cartel suspected

Man’s death after tasing reignites debate over LAPD’s role in traffic enforcement

The Chicago Sun-Times

Striking UIC faculty pickets, rallies with local, national leaders: ‘Without you, this place would not run’

Under fire: State’s assault weapons ban challenged by two lawsuits — with others on the way

Chicago’s biggest police union is spending money to win power on new oversight councils

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fulton Trump probe: Jury’s report could be released soon — or in months

Vernon Jones ordered to pay $45K for blocking man on Facebook page

OPINION: Is Kelly Loeffler the new Georgia Republican Party?

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