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Today in Black America - January 26

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USA Today

Kobe Bryant: How his legacy continues to grow four years after death

New Jersey's plastic consumption triples after plastic bag ban enacted, study shows

Could Georgia district attorney Fani Willis be removed from prosecuting Donald Trump?


The New York Times

MoveOn Will Spend $32 Million to Back Biden and Other Democrats


It’s Boom Times for Obamacare. Will They Last?


Pennsylvania Governor Proposes to Overhaul the State University System



The Washington Post

John Lewis finally gets a full biography

U.N. court delivers interim ruling in genocide case against Israel

Florida removes sociology as core course option for public colleges


The Baltimore Sun

Parts of Charles Street closed, 1,000 without power after maintenance hole cover pops off during underground fire

Average city residents won’t be heard if council shrinks | READER COMMENTARY

Report finds 93 US deaths after cosmetic surgery in Dominican Republic since 2009


The Associated Press

Schools are using surveillance tech to catch students vaping, snaring some with harsh punishments

Biden delays consideration of new natural gas export terminals. Democrat cites risk to the climate

West Virginia GOP majority pushes contentious bills arming teachers, restricting bathrooms, books


The Los Angeles Times


Citing risks, UC won’t hire its immigrant students without legal status, work permits

California board blasts EV charger company, then approves its $200-million plan anyway


New, expanded child tax credits are back — and they may actually pass Congress


NJ.com

Philly cheesesteak makers from N.J. who ‘cooked the books’ get jail time, authorities say

N.J. cop accused of ‘skip-scanning’ shoplifting while in uniform

N.J. serial killer’s 160-year sentence is justified by ‘horrific’ crimes, appeals court rules


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mayor Brandon Johnson’s job performance rated fair to poor by majority of Chicago voters, new poll finds

Chicago Public Schools teacher accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting 15-year-old girl

With end of cash bail, ‘dramatic increase’ in appeals from people ordered held in jail or told to submit to restrictions to be released


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Officials confirm arson at construction site tied to training center


Georgia Senate confirms election board member accused of election denial


Maynard Jackson left lasting imprint on Atlanta airport







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