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Today in Black America - July 28

POSTED: July 28, 2021, 10:00 am

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NJ.com


Black Lives Matter mural with raised fist on N.J. underpass repainted after town official objects

Delta variant symptoms: Are they different? Are they worse? Here’s what to know


N.J. reports 792 COVID cases, 7 deaths. Transmission rate spikes to highest since early days of the pandemic.


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore-area governments aren’t planning to adjust mask rules just yet in the wake of new CDC guidance

Johns Hopkins University to move forward with private police force, hires Massachusetts police commissioner to lead security efforts

Man charged in Maryland federal court with threatening to kill Dr. Anthony Fauci and his family


The Chicago Sun-Times

Rep. Kinzinger at Jan. 6 hearing swings at GOP leaders who treat riot as ‘another partisan fight’

Black female aldermen finally get hearing on search warrant reform, but no vote held — or promised

Masks? Again? New CDC guidelines urge covered faces in some suburbs, but Chicago still considered ‘lower risk’


The Los Angeles Times


Homeless encampment law could hand more power to L.A.'s City Council

Smith: I wish I could be angry with the unvaccinated. Being Black makes that complicated

$1,042 a month for 150 young adults: L.A. County pilot program approved


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Civic leader calls spa shooter’s plea deal ‘a slap in the face’

Fulton responds to possible elections takeover by Georgia Republicans

Clayton County preparing to open school named for Michelle Obama


The Washington Post

Tears and anger for America at Jan. 6 hearing


Republicans offer varying reasons for opposing Jan. 6 investigation

GOP Rep. Mo Brooks may be sued over speech he gave before riot at Capitol, Justice Dept. says


The New York Times

Will the Delta Variant Wreck the Recovery?

Workers’ Anxiety Grows as Covid Variant Casts a Shadow

The Pandemic Hurt These Students the Most


USA Today


DOJ: Rep. Mo Brooks should not be dismissed from Capitol riot lawsuit; actions not 'within scope' of duties

A falling stock? Donald Trump-backed candidate loses U.S. House race to GOP's Jake Ellzey.

The CDC is recommending masks for vaccinated people in high transmission areas. What does that mean?





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