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Dr. Franz O. Fanon, Algerian author and political leader, dies in 1961.

Today in Black America - July 25

POSTED: July 25, 2017, 11:00 am

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Today in Black History: Two young Black couples are viciously lynched by a mob in 1946 in an incident known as the "Monroe Massacre" in rural Georgia.


The New York Times

National


Trump Steps Up Attacks on His Own Attorney General


What to Watch For as Senate Meets to Vote on Health Care

Democrats Unveil a Message Drafted for the Age of Trump

EDITORIAL: The Art of the Possible

Trump White House Tests a Nation’s Capacity for Outrage

‘I Did Not Collude,’ Kushner Says After Meeting Senate Investigators

Jared Kushner’s Four Meetings With Russians


Future Unclear for Veterans Choice Program After House Bill Falters


Local


De Blasio Escalates Showdown With Cuomo Over Subway

De Blasio Ally Didn’t Register as Lobbyist Despite Big Push for a Donor

Applying for Food Stamps in New York? There’s an App for That.



Philly.com


Ex-Philly official pleads guilty to child porn charges

Judge wants to know what developer intends to do with Arch Street bones


Uncertainty looms for Pat Toomey, GOP ahead of key health care vote

Cherie Amoore: Up to 7 years in state prison for baby-snatching


The Detroit Free Press


Judge halts deportation of Iraqis detained by ICE


How a freed slave made it into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame

Judge deals blow to lawsuit on funding for Pistons move, Little Caesars Arena


Historic marker unveiled at 1967 Detroit riot flash point


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Anthony Lemons was wrongfully imprisoned for nearly two decades in Cleveland killing, court finds

Gov. Kasich must halt July 26 execution of Ronald Phillips: editorial

Voter fraud is rare, Ohio secretary of state tells Trump's election integrity commission

Cleveland mayoral candidate Eric Brewer unsuccessful in challenge of opponent Councilman Jeff Johnson's residency

Cleveland man shot over $10 lawn mowing debt

All 50 mayors in Cleveland history -- and their claim to fame



The Star-Ledger


'You were taken from us,' Family mourns slain 11-year-old girl at funeral


Is Newark getting its 'just share' of revenue from the Port Authority?


Try again on N.J. paid leave expansion | Editorial

Woman who pilfered $3M from the job gets years in prison


Newark cop admits scamming Section 8 housing program


The Chicago Tribune


2 killed, 6 wounded in city shootings


Nearing 400, homicides in Chicago continue to outpace last year

Third man charged in shooting of Chicago police officer

Are City Council hearings into Berrios' tax assessments coming?


EDITORIALS: How to save school funding reform


The Los Angeles Times


White House spokesman questions the 'future of the relationship' with Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions

Jared Kushner denies 'collusion' with Russia but confirms damaging details

Police Commission to rule on fatal LAPD shooting of 14-year-old in Boyle Heights

An overdose, a young companion, drug-fueled parties: The secret life of a USC med school dean

USC received more than a year of questions about former medical school dean's conduct before scandal broke


Editorial: USC’s silence on its medical school dean’s double life is deafening



The Washington Post


Trump renews attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Trump team weighs options for replacing Sessions

The Daily 202: Trump’s pick to run Justice Department’s criminal division worked for Russian bank

Congress seeks more power over sanctions with Russia bill


From ‘fake media’ to Clinton, Trump brings political attacks to the Scout Jamboree

GOP leaders press ahead with health-care vote, in hopes of sustaining repeal effort

Boehner predicts Republicans will ‘never’ repeal and replace Obamacare


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