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Today in Black America - December 1

POSTED: December 01, 2021, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Councilman Andre Dickens wins Atlanta mayor race over Moore

Student shoots, kills 3, injures 8 at Michigan high school

Jan. 6 panel to vote on contempt against former DOJ official

The New York Times

While Politics Consume School Board Meetings, a Very Different Crisis Festers

Democrats’ Bill Would Go Far Toward ‘Patching the Holes’ in Health Coverage

The Police Killings Were Years Ago. New Prosecutors Are Reopening Cases

USA Today

US expected to toughen testing requirement for travelers after omicron: Latest COVID-19 updates

What are omicron variant symptoms? Everything to know about the latest coronavirus strain.

Abortion: Challenge to Mississippi law could provide answer to Roe v. Wade's fate

The Baltimore Sun

COVID misinformation has reached young minds. A Johns Hopkins program seeks to reverse the damage.

Former Baltimore assistant state’s attorney charged criminally with subpoenaing phone calls, stalking ex-girlfriends

Baltimore will build public Wi-Fi hot spots with next round of American Rescue Plan funding

Former student sues school district for $50M, claims teacher groomed, sexually abused him for years

‘Nothing in the cards’ for new COVID lockdowns or mandates in N.J. as worry grows over omicron variant, Murphy says

Preservation award honors N.J. town founded by African-Americans decades before the Civil War

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

BREAKING: Dickens wins runoff election, will become Atlanta’s 61st mayor

Who is Atlanta mayor-elect Andre Dickens?

Atlanta’s new mayor will seek to reset city-state relations

The Chicago Sun-Times

More than 1,000 people have been murdered in Cook County this year, the most since 1994

‘I know 1000%. You and your brother did nothing wrong’ Jussie Smollett texted to Abimbola Osundairo: Detective

Lightfoot threatens to veto any new ward map that protects indicted Ald. Edward Burke

The Los Angeles Times

Fear of falling into homelessness is an urgent threat for many L.A. voters, new poll finds

Abcarian: Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones learns the laws aren’t just for the little people

L.A. County has no plans for an Omicron lockdown

The Washington Post

FDA advisers narrowly recommend authorization of first pill to treat covid-19

Parents of kids under 5 still anxiously await a vaccine

Marcus Lamb, head of a Christian network that discouraged vaccines, dies after getting covid-19

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