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Today in Black America - January 11

POSTED: January 11, 2021, 10:00 am

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The New York Times

Never Forget What Ted Cruz Did

Police Reassess Security for Inauguration and Demonstrations After Capitol Attack

An Appreciation for Vaccines, and How Far They Have Come

Philadelphia police detective subject of Internal Affairs investigation after allegedly attending D.C. rally

Nearly a million Pa. utility customers are past due on their bills because of COVID-19. Who will pick up the cost?

Cases on the rise again in Pa. as death toll remains high; how to sign up for Philly COVID-19 vaccine alerts

The Los Angeles Times

Felons, conspiracists, GOP officials: Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol

A day before Capitol attack, pro-Trump crowd threatened officials in rural California

Stunned teachers and scared, confused students: How the Capitol insurrection is overtaking lessons

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Black voters help propel Georgians to historic election wins

Back in pulpit after historic election, Warnock condemns Capitol violence

Special education amid pandemic poses challenges for schools

The Washington Post

Outgoing chief says security officials impeded efforts to call in National Guard

Video shows mob dragging a police officer down stairs. One rioter beat the officer with an American flag pole.

Insurer, hotel chain say they won’t donate to lawmakers who opposed electoral college results

The Detroit Free Press

Death threats sent to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, state workers in Bitcoin extortion attempt

People of the lie: The Michigan Republicans who tried to overturn the election

Detroiter helped aid in the effort to turn Georgia blue

5,032 new COVID cases, 32 deaths reported in N.J. as transmission rate climbs

N.J. COVID vaccine: N.Y. opens up vaccines to more groups today. What’s next for N.J.?

Ex-Newark cop is final person sentenced in watershed scheme, one of city’s ‘biggest and widest-ranging scandals’

The Chicago Sun-Times

The founding fathers never thought a president would pardon himself; they didn’t imagine Trump

Illinois’ pandemic death toll surpasses 17,500

Legislators hear arguments for, against criminal justice bill

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