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Civil unrest over the city's condition ignites Detroit in 1967, resulting in 43 deaths, 7,000 arrests and $50 million in damage.

Today in Black America - February 1

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USA Today

How February became Black History Month

House passes massive deal to expand child tax credit, renew business breaks

The good, the bad and the ugly of Fed rate cuts on your finances

The New York Times

See How Your School District Is Recovering From the Pandemic

Biden Is Beating Trump in Money Wars, Though Not Overwhelmingly

Will Lawmakers Really Act to Protect Children Online? Some Say Yes.

The Associated Press

Republican lawsuits challenge mail ballot deadlines. Could they upend voting across the country?

The House passes a bill to enhance child tax credit and revive key tax breaks for businesses

Video shows Indiana lawmaker showing holstered gun to students who were advocating for gun control

The Washington Post

Trump spent more than $55 million in donor money on legal fees last year, filings show

Voting rights group founded by Stacey Abrams makes significant staffing cuts

Fani Willis subpoenaed for hearing on misconduct allegations in Trump Georgia case

Names, social security numbers may have been exposed in hospital cyberattack, company says

Lead contamination found on N.J. school property. Students to be tested.

Arrests announced amid probe into Newark imam’s shooting death

The Los Angeles Times

The planet is dangerously close to this climate threshold. Here’s what 1.5°C really means

Stunning satellite photos show ‘Pineapple Express’ storms heading for Southern California

Is your student still struggling with pandemic setbacks? A state legal settlement offers help

The Chicago Sun-Times

Latest shooting kills one CPS student, wounds two others in Edgewater: ‘It has to end, the harm and the chaos’

Chicago City Council passes Gaza cease-fire resolution as Johnson casts tie-breaking vote

Chicago Tribune’s unionized newsroom staff to go on historic 24-hour strike Thursday: ‘Enough is enough’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Many Fulton systems still down; experts suggest money motive

Georgia prisoner died after being left for hours in smoke-filled cell

Fulton County opens school-based health center touted as a ‘game changer’

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