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Today in Black America - November 28

POSTED: November 28, 2023, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

The U.S. has warned Israel to fight more surgically in Gaza, senior Biden administration officials said.

Egypt Wiped Out Hepatitis C. Now It Is Trying to Help the Rest of Africa.

On a Single Day, Two Men Are Cleared in Decades-Old Manhattan Murders


The Washington Post

If U.S. wants more 15-minute cities, it should start in the suburbs

Antagonisms flare as red states try to dictate how blue cities are run

Greenbelt City Council member Brandon ‘Ric’ Gordon dies at 41


USA Today


Tribes do their part to keep air clean, but how can they weigh in on those around them?

Mitt Romney says he would vote for a Democrat instead of Donald Trump in 2024

How long does your mail take? What to know before sending a 2024 ballot


The Associated Press

‘Mr. Big Stuff’ singer Jean Knight dies at 80

California city calls for permanent cease-fire in Israel-Hamas war, urgent humanitarian aid to Gaza

Jimmy Carter set to lead presidents, first ladies in mourning and celebrating Rosalynn Carter


NJ.com


Man charged with killing 3 family members in N.J. condo

Longtime N.Y. news reporter Pablo Guzmán dies, TV network announces

Disbarred N.J. lawyer accused of stealing $1M from clients has charges reinstated


The Los Angeles Times


Speech is freer in California than in Florida, watchdog warns ahead of Newsom-DeSantis debate

‘I’ve been waiting for you’: Vermont shooting is being investigated as a hate crime

Column: Take this Congress and shove it! Two fed-up lawmakers say why they’ve had enough


The Chicago Sun-Times


Her family called police for help, then her lease was terminated

Congressional Dems see potential challengers as 2024 election gets under way

CHA mounts $50 million program to fix up scattered sites



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Presidents and first ladies, past to present, to honor Rosalynn Carter

Atlanta police investigated 7 shooting scenes since Sunday morning

New Georgia Senate map targets Democrats and protects Republicans





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