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October 05, 2022

Oscar De Priest, the first Black to serve in Congress in the 20th century, was born in Florence, Alabama in 1871.

Today in Black America - August 16

POSTED: August 16, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Biden to sign massive climate and health care legislation

Companies facing 1st tax on stock buybacks in Biden bill

Feds oppose unsealing affidavit for Mar-a-Lago warrant


USA Today


Nurses of color look for 'action' after official apology from American Nurses Association

Trump Organization CFO may plead guilty on Thursday in NY tax case

Updates: DOJ says releasing Trump search affidavit would harm probe



The New York Times

Rudy Giuliani’s lawyers have been told that he is a target of a criminal investigation in Georgia into 2020 election interference.

Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, weighing a 2024 bid, could be forced to take a side over the Mar-a-Lago search.

Pennsylvania Man Charged With Threatening F.B.I. After Mar-a-Lago Search


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore prosecutors drop cases of 25 Maryland corrections officers charged under gang statute with using excessive force

Maryland election officials seek to count mail-in ballots earlier, reduce delays after primary results that took weeks


Baltimore begins processing payments for guaranteed income pilot program



NJ.com

Woman, 81, gets scammed out of $420K. Now she may lose her home
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N.J. to get $9.5M after accusing Exxon of dumping cancer-causing chemicals


Hudson County executive lashes out at Jersey Journal’s coverage of daughter’s hit-and-run


The Washington Post

Justice Department opposes release of Mar-a-Lago affidavit

Six drastic plans Trump is already promising for a second term

Analysis: GOP operatives' troubling trend of copying election systems



The Los Angeles Times

Effort to force L.A. Dist. Atty. George Gascón into recall election fails


Driver’s mental health was deteriorating before L.A. crash that killed 5, prosecutors say

L.A.'s back-to-school challenges: low test scores, scramble for teachers, missing students


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Morris Brown College’s hard reset has started

In contentious meeting, Atlanta City Council OKs leasing jail beds to Fulton


Poll worker shortage looms ahead of Georgia election



The Chicago Sun-Times

R. Kelly judge dismisses nearly half of potential jurors on trial’s 1st day, including those who say they can’t be fair


Highland Park City Council calls for federal, state assault weapons ban as Democrats in Springfield ponder next move

Hundreds of boxes filled with mental health support, resources assembled for CPS students





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