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Today in Black America - January 22

POSTED: January 22, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Washington Post

Biden to increase federal food benefits among executive actions aimed at stabilizing economy

Biden’s choices for FTC and FCC chairs signal major shift ahead


Biden’s bold immigration plan would really put America first


Biden signs order requiring masks on planes, buses, trains and at airports


The Los Angeles Times

After Capitol assault, corporate America rethinks its role in politics

Rep. McCarthy backs away from blaming Trump for Capitol insurrection

Lloyd: The arts have a new supporter in the White House


USA Today

Biden administration renewed support for World Health Organization is 'good news for America and the world,' scientists say

'Pics or it didn't happen.' FBI flags selfies, posts of many accused in US Capitol riots.

Meet Kamala Harris' family, from Doug Emhoff to Meena Harris


Philly.com


Get Philly’s kids back in classrooms as soon as possible, Kenney and City Council tell School District

Fact-checking Toomey’s claim that families with ‘six-figure incomes’ would get thousands from Biden relief plan | PolitiFact

Millions in Pa., N.J., are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, but confusion is growing over how to get the ‘very few doses’


The Chicago Sun Times

Here’s where CPS, CTU stand on how, when to reopen schools

Police Board rules against discipline for cops who cuffed, searched 10-year-old boy

Oak Park resident tapped for Education Department spot in Biden administration



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia prisons ‘beyond the crisis point’


Georgia health care workers bear witness to COVID surge

Cobb teachers demand classrooms stay closed after 2 educators die of COVID-19


NJ.com (The Star-Ledger)


N.J.’s 6 COVID vaccine megasites will all be open Friday. Here’s how to get an appointment.

Video shows Newark cop in plainclothes fatally shooting man. No gun was found on him, AG says.


The New York Times

Congress Grants Waiver to Austin to Serve as Defense Secretary

A Cabinet That ‘Looks Like America.’ But Who Does the Talking?

McConnell Seeks Delay of Trump Impeachment Trial


The Detroit Free Press

Feds: Whitmer kidnap suspect who cased her house set to plead guilty


Historic $641M Flint water crisis class-action settlement just got closer to approval

For Detroiters, commutation is about more than Kwame Kilpatrick | Opinion




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