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

Today in Black America - January 13

POSTED: January 13, 2021, 10:30 am

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The New York Times

New York City Will End Contracts With Trump Over Capitol Riot

McConnell Privately Backs Impeachment as House Moves to Charge Trump

Decoding the Far-Right Symbols at the Capitol Riot


Philly.com

At least 5 Republicans will vote to impeach Trump; N.J. rep. says lawmakers held ‘reconnaissance’ tours before riot

Corporations recoil from eight Pa. GOP vote ‘objectors,’ suspending their money

Philadelphia police take Det. Jennifer Gugger’s gun amid investigation of her attendance at the D.C. Trump rally


NJ.com (The Star-Ledger)


’We are looking at everything.’ Officials continue investigation into Sicknick’s death at Capitol

Murphy touts record on COVID, weed, jobs in election year State of State speech delivered from empty theater


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Trump’s pick for U.S. attorney in Ga. dismisses election fraud claims

John Lewis statue could soon replace Confederate leader in US Capitol

Apple, Southern Company to fund new tech hub at Atlanta University Center


The Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Impeachment or not, the Justice Department must investigate Trump

YouTube suspends Trump’s channel for at least a week

Editorial: Planned protests by armed extremists should make states rethink their gun laws


The Washington Post

A ‘Stop the Steal’ organizer, now banned by Twitter, said three GOP lawmakers helped plan his D.C. rally

Republicans join drive for impeachment

The significance of Liz Cheney’s and Mitch McConnell’s moves


The Chicago Sun Times

‘We will surround the motherf---ing White House’: Feds arrest suburban Chicago man for threatening inauguration

Senate advances Black Caucus’ legislation, bill on social equity in cannabis licensing

GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger will vote to impeach President Donald Trump: Where Illinois members stand


USA Today

How police failures let a violent insurrection into the Capitol

How the antifa conspiracy theory traveled from the fringe to the floor of Congress

'No tolerance whatsoever': Justice Department warns against efforts to disrupt Biden inauguration


The Baltimore Sun


Maryland man who entered Capitol wearing work badge surrenders on federal charges


Baltimore Police investigating whether major involved in vaccine rollout improperly accessed doses

Estimating 2020′s full pandemic death toll and other numbers from Maryland’s first calendar year battling COVID-19






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