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Today in Black America - February 12

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The Associated Press

Wealth disparities by race grew during the pandemic, despite income gains, report shows

Recession risks are fading, business economists say, but political tensions pose threat to economy

Republicans work to recruit female, minority candidates even as they criticize diversity programs

The New York Times

Austin Taken to Hospital for Bladder Issue

Group Focused on Child Care Sets $40 Million Effort to Help Democrats

Two Cases. Two Judges. One High-Stakes Week for Trump.

The Washington Post

Trump’s NATO-bashing comments rile allies, rekindle European fears

Colleges, students and states reeling from FAFSA setbacks

A bookstore in North Carolina rescued thousands of books banned in Florida

USA Today

Woman opens fire in Joel Osteen's Houston megachurch; child critical

Older workers find a less tolerant workplace: Why many say age discrimination abounds

Nebraska will vote in November to keep or toss controversial Opportunity Scholarship Act

N.J. weather: Winter storm warning calls for snow, coastal flooding on Tuesday

One of N.J.’s biggest malls is losing its roof. See the new look.

These 36 N.J. spots could become virtual ‘ghost towns’ by 2100. See full list.

The Los Angeles Times

California extends relief for homeowners who missed mortgage or tax payments

California’s war on plastic bag use seems to have backfired. Lawmakers are trying again

From working with Black Panthers to calling for cease-fire, Barbara Lee stands by her beliefs

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago’s top cop admits he mistakenly touted wrong murder clearance rate for this year

Alden Loury: Black Chicago is still waiting for investment: ‘There’s so much potential’

After mayoral letter, state Senate president files ‘Mayor Johnson’s plan’ to elect 10 school board members this year

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Olympic legend Edwin Moses on what makes Morehouse great

Lawyer wants Lt. Gov. Jones charged for serving as Trump elector

Blockbuster hearing could be key moment in Fulton Trump case

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