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Today in Black America - September 5

POSTED: September 05, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

The next presidential campaign is coming into focus. It might look a lot like the last one

Congress returns to try to prevent a government shutdown while the GOP weighs an impeachment inquiry

The US government is eager to restore powers to keep dangerous chemicals out of extremists’ hands



The New York Times

Americans Are Losing Faith in the Value of College. Whose Fault Is That?

Peter Navarro to Face Contempt Trial Over Defiance of Jan. 6 Committee

A Huge Threat to the U.S. Budget Has Receded. And No One Is Sure Why.


USA Today


What happened to the US labor movement? Here's what the data shows

New poll finds voters aren't impressed with Biden's record on economy

Police narrow search for 'desperate' prison escapee convicted of murder


The Washington Post


Poor families could see cuts to food aid as Congress battles over budget

Three service secretaries to Tuberville: Stop this dangerous hold on senior officers

With trials and primaries, Trump faces his own March Madness. Here’s what’s happening in all the cases.


NJ.com


N.J.’s heat wave to shorten the first day of school in some districts

These are the 20 N.J. industries with the most employees

Jersey Shore town battling state over blocking access to beach on Sundays


The Baltimore Sun

Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says door hasn’t closed on presidential run

Editorial: Baltimore and the birth of organized labor: a Labor Day story tradition


Maryland weather: Record-breaking heat to continue past Labor Day weekend; some city schools will switch to virtual


The Los Angeles Times

California pharmacies are making millions of mistakes. They’re fighting to keep that secret

Californians can now carry driver’s licenses on their phone as part of pilot program

L.A. was ready for Tropical Storm Hilary. That preparedness proved to be life-saving


The Chicago Sun-Times

Lori Lightfoot teaching Harvard students about how to deal with a pandemic — and with reporters

Chicago Trump Tower’s pollution fines don’t have to be covered by insurers, court rules

As extreme heat triggers health issues, Tampa, other cities address ‘shade deserts’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


DeKalb looks to improve student math and reading performance. You can help

Atlanta parents urge school board to replicate DeKalb charter school


Georgia’s Calvin Smyre selected by Biden to serve as UN delegate




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