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Today in Black America - September 14

POSTED: September 14, 2021, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Ex-cops accused of violating Floyd’s rights face arraignment

Biden makes push for California’s Newsom as recall nears end

Providers urge Supreme Court to reject 15-week abortion ban


The New York Times

California’s Recall: What to Watch

Democrats to propose a compromise voting rights bill.

House Democrats’ Plan to Tax the Rich Leaves Vast Fortunes Unscathed


USA Today

Former Obama, Bush officials launch organization to help Americans assist Afghan refugees

Read the latest in USA TODAY’s investigation behind the scenes at the EEOC

Nicholas slams Texas coast, could bring 'life-threatening flash floods across the Deep South'


The Baltimore Sun


Her water bill jumped by $61,000 in one month due to Baltimore’s faulty meters. It rose to $85,000 while public works investigated.

New dean of Morgan State’s School of Global Journalism and Communication emphasizes community-based reporting


Baltimore-area school districts are publicizing COVID cases and quarantines differently. Here’s why it may look uneven.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

EXCLUSIVE: New study of ‘Buckhead City’ adds fuel to debate

EXCLUSIVE AJC POLL: Mayor’s race a toss-up as election nears

‘Happy warriors’ Georgia Republicans ready to fight Biden’s vaccine mandate


The Los Angeles Times

Endorsement: The many reasons to vote no on recalling Gov. Newsom

Watch: L.A. Times political reporters explain long, crazy road to California’s recall

Analysis: As recall campaign closes, Californians might be ready to change the system


The Chicago Sun-Times

Latest mass shooting in Chicago occurred as birthday party ended: ‘Hard to see a hole in your child’s arm ... and your brother on the ground’

QAnon backer at center of ivermectin treatment flap dies at Northwest Side hospital

Former WGN anchor Allison Payne dead at 57: ‘She was proud of excellence’


NJ.com


Vaccinated people far less likely to get COVID, become hospitalized or die, N.J. update on breakthrough cases shows

N.J. is ‘not going back,’ Murphy says in first TV ad of the general election

Live N.J. power outage tracker: Thousands still in dark after strong thunderstorms lash state overnight


The Washington Post

New Pegasus spyware discovered that targets Apple devices

Robinson: Barrett wants us to believe the Supreme Court isn’t partisan. Good luck with that.

As largest-ever U.S. climate bill inches forward, lobbying frenzy ensues






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