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Today in Black America - September 24

POSTED: September 24, 2021, 1:00 pm

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The Associated Press

Judge begins giving instructions to jury at R. Kelly trial

Draft of Arizona GOP’s vote review finds wider Biden win

Biden urges COVID-19 booster shots for those now eligible

USA Today

Detroit drug pipeline targets North Dakota Native Americans. How they’re fighting back

Live updates: 'Those people will pay' - Biden vows action for border patrol agents' treatment of Haitian migrants

'Our hearts are broken': Body found in Illinois River identified as missing graduate student Jelani Day

The New York Times

C.D.C. Chief Overrules Panel; Recommends Pfizer Booster for Workers at Risk

Republican Review of Arizona Vote Fails to Show Stolen Election

Ferries in Alaska. Rail in Oregon. States Dream Big on Infrastructure Funds.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lawyers: Trump faces ‘substantial’ legal risk in Georgia legal case

What the latest votes on Pfizer booster shots mean for Georgians

First phase of planned $44-million pathway would link Braves stadium, Cobb mall

The Los Angeles Times

Rep. Karen Bass is planning a run for L.A. mayor in 2022, sources say

Average age of Californians dying of COVID-19 getting younger

GOP fights to make inroads among millennial and Gen Z voters

Amid a teacher shortage and COVID, this is how N.J. is training future educators

High levels of lead found in water at 12 schools in N.J. district

Suspended N.J. State Police troopers indicted on child sex abuse charges

The Baltimore Sun

Just weeks into the academic year, school nurses are already stressed by COVID-19 pandemic, shortages

Five things to know about the billions coming to Maryland from the American Rescue Plan

Baltimore to buy 450+ liens, create work group to review possible reforms to city’s tax sale

The Chicago Sun-Times

Obamas to visit Chicago next week for official presidential center groundbreaking

Arrest made after CPS schools, including Simeon, were targeted with online threats of gun violence

Nothing short of new stadium along the lake will keep Bears in Chicago, consultant says

The Washington Post

Facing Black leaders’ anger, Biden condemns treatment of Haitians

Opinion: The Arizona ‘audit’ just destroyed a big GOP lie — in more ways than one

Draft report of GOP-backed ballot review in Arizona confirms Biden’s win

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