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Tom Bradley defeats incumbent Mayor Sam Yorty and becomes the first Black mayor of Los Angeles on this date in 1973.

Today in Black America - August 1

POSTED: August 01, 2023, 10:30 am

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USA Today

Trump threatens House Republicans to impeach Biden or risk losing their jobs

New research: Many graduate students left with unsurmountable debt

3 recent deaths at Georgia's Lake Lanier join more than 200 fatalities on reservoir since 1994

The New York Times

Biden Shores Up Democratic Support, but Faces Tight Race Against Trump

More Republicans Say Trump Committed Crimes. But They Still Support Him.

After Paying Lawyers, Trump’s PAC Is Nearly Broke

The Washington Post

Trump committee is nearly broke, plus other key takeaways from campaign filings

It’s not just hot. Climate anomalies are emerging around the globe.

Nearly 4 million in U.S. cut from Medicaid, most for paperwork reasons

The Associated Press

Trump’s campaign finances are strained as legal peril mounts

Oklahoma parents, faith leaders and education group sue to stop US’s first public religious school

In Wisconsin, a court that almost overturned Biden’s win flips to liberal control

The Baltimore Sun

American Education and the great white lies | GUEST COMMENTARY

Family of Henrietta Lacks settles HeLa cell lawsuit with biotech giant, lawyer says

‘A higher level of service’: Annapolis Immigration Justice Network names new executive director

The 10 best hospitals in N.J., ranked by U.S. News & World Report

Man fatally struck by car while riding electric scooter, cops say

N.J. police captain who warned of public safety issues denied promotion to chief, lawsuit says

The Los Angeles Times

The median home listed in Los Angeles will soon cost more than $1 million — up 30% in 5 years

‘No one is coming to our rescue’: Inside rural California’s alarming teacher shortage

Column: Why ‘school choice’ was doomed when it became a cover for segregation

The Chicago Sun-Times

Mom loses second child to gun violence in four years. ‘That was my number one fear and it still happened.’

Chicago Public Schools’ aggressive tactics for removing principals under the microscope

Prosecutors seek contempt charge, jail time for ex-judge accused of stealing from Tuskegee Airman

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Journalist who observed GOP electors subpoenaed in Fulton Trump case

BACK TO SCHOOL: These 6 districts across metro Atlanta head back to class today

Metro Atlanta’s glut of available office space hits a record high

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