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December 07, 2019

Author Richard Wright ("Native Son") is awarded the NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date in 1941.

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Today in Black History: Author Richard Wright ("Native Son") is awarded the NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date in 1941
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The New York Times

National

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Hillary Clinton Urges Silicon Valley to ‘Disrupt’ ISIS


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President of Liberty University Urges Students to Get Gun Permits


Local

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The Star Ledger

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The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's Islamic State address marks shift in war on terror

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Philly.com

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The Washington Post

Sanders’s focus on inequality overshadowed as guns, terror grab headlines

The White House insists it has a plan to fight Islamic State and that it’s working

Obama’s Oval Office address reflects struggle to be heard

Annual HIV diagnoses down 19 percent over the past decade

In Milwaukee, evidence is weak for the ‘Ferguson effect’

FBI investigating San Bernardino shooting as an act of terrorism

Maryland panel on policing practices cancels meeting

Hogan promises education money to rural counties

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Md. casinos see slight drop in overall revenue since last year


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

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RTA fare increases would be hardship for many: LaQueta Whorley, Mary Jones


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Expert for Tamir Rice's family releases new report that says shooting was unreasonable


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The Detroit Free Press

Labor deal reached with Detroit's 3 casinos


Albom: Gun laws need to change


Sorority makes sure prisoners' kids have a Christmas


Bond reduced for MSU student suspected in terror threat


The Chicago Sun-Times

Attorney General will launch probe of Chicago Police


Despite Laquan video, reports from cops back shooting

State union workers issue rally cry to Gov. Rauner: stop holding state hostage


The Los Angeles Times


Authorities arrest mother of baby found buried alive in Compton

L.A. school board holds unusual Sunday meeting to interview superintendent candidates

San Bernardino shooting victims: Who they were

Inquiry into San Bernardino attack looks for radicalism roots



USA Today

Republicans denounce Obama's terrorism speech


Analysis: San Bernardino redefines Obama's remaining time in office












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