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Today in Black America - January 10

POSTED: January 10, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Invoking Jan. 6, Dems pivot to fight for voting legislation

Inflation up, virus down as priorities in US: AP-NORC poll

Chicago fight with teachers union stretches into 2nd week

The New York Times

19 are killed in New York City’s deadliest fire in decades.

Biden Comes Out Swinging Against Republicans as His Agenda Stalls

Manchin’s Choice on Build Back Better: Mine Workers or Mine Owners

USA Today

One third of US counties set case records; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tests positive: COVID-19 updates

Most people are still wearing cloth masks. Here's why that's a problem with omicron

Malfunctioning space heater sparked Bronx apartment fire, city's deadliest blaze in decades

The Baltimore Sun

As Baltimore City school leaders propose closing 4 more schools, sad and angry parents speak out

Herman Williams Jr., Baltimore’s first African American fire chief, dies

Redistricting, legalizing marijuana and climate at the top of the agenda as Maryland General Assembly returns

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Venture capital fund aims to invest in diverse group of entrepreneurs

Issues to watch in the 2022 session

Democrat Bailey jumps from AG race to LG contest in Georgia

Opposition grows to big warehouse developments in small N.J. towns

Kudos to Hudson County Executive for bold COVID move | Jersey Journal editorial

Many school districts extend virtual learning another week due to COVID. Here’s the growing list

The Washington Post

More than 1,700 congressmen enslaved people. Who were they, and how did they shape the U.S.?

As corporate profits soar, White House allies split over cause of U.S. inflation woes

Texts reveal Fox News hosts’ influence on Trump’s White House

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS cancels school Monday as negotiations with CTU continue

Opinion: Karin Norington-Reaves jumps in Democratic primary to succeed Rep. Bobby Rush

South Side church looks to develop hub for Black life

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. County sets new daily record with nearly 46,000 coronavirus cases

Skelton: California Democrats are trying again for universal healthcare. It’s a debate well worth having

Democrats face a tough slog in midterm battle to keep Congress

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