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Today in Black America - May 22

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USA Today

Biden tries to wrestle control of debt ceiling talks dominated by Republicans

Man covered in bug bites died due to 'neglect' at Georgia jail: Autopsy

Tim Scott has a lot of campaign cash. Is it enough to beat Trump?



The New York Times


A Year After a School Shooting, Divisions Run Through Uvalde

A Breakthrough Deal to Keep the Colorado River From Going Dry, for Now


More Americans Are Struggling Financially, as Inflation Takes a Toll


The Associated Press


With all the politics and maneuvering, how is life in Florida changing for its residents?


Debt ceiling explained: Why it’s a struggle in Washington and how the impasse could end


Package of gun bills to come before Pennsylvania House


The Baltimore Sun

‘You can’t tell us when to cry’: How tragedy at Mervo changed Baltimore’s approach to student, staff trauma

Maryland state fire marshal raises alarm over rapid increase in fire deaths: ‘You’ve got to be ready for it’


Anne Arundel residents advocate for higher salaries for teachers, school nurses, library staff at budget hearings


NJ.com


Democratic icons are running against each other in high-stakes N.J. Senate primary

Man killed, another wounded in Newark shooting, authorities say


N.J. college holds last commencement before merger with Montclair State



The Washington Post


As S.C. abortion vote nears, GOP women rebuke the men: ‘It’s always about control’

Woman charged with murder in Rock Creek Parkway crash that killed three


Congress votes to block D.C.’s policing bill, despite Biden veto threat


The Los Angeles Times


Colorado River deal reached, bringing big water cuts for three years

Indigenous tribes warned of a buried kingdom in Owens Valley. Now, Caltrans crews are unearthing bones

‘Deep in the weeds’: California counties face unknowns in launching mental illness court


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Keisha Lance Bottoms banned from Russia, too


DOWNEY: Where the boys aren’t - college graduations

Analysis: How Raphael Warnock defeated Herschel Walker


The Chicago Sun-Times


University of Chicago’s new international police academy teaching policing successes of New York, Los Angeles, not Chicago

Michael Sneed: Michael Pfleger wants houses of worship to provide youth programs or lose tax exemption

Dozens of new immigrants joining Chicago Public Schools as school year nears end







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