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Today in Black America - January 13

POSTED: January 13, 2022, 10:00 am

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USA Today

3.5 million cancer deaths prevented in recent decades, but disparities are 'alarming,' report says

DeSantis attacks Biden while using federal funds to cover top priorities


Ohio's Rep. Warren Davidson sparks controversy with comparison of vaccine, mask mandates to Nazi Germany


The Associated Press


GOP leader McCarthy says he won’t cooperate with 1/6 panel

Nevada candidate seeks Trump's favor with Florida TV spot

Biden highlighting federal 'surge' to help weather omicron


The New York Times

Is Omicron Peaking?

Landlords of Bronx Building Were Buying Up Affordable Housing in New York

Hochul Unveiled a Sweeping Vision for New York. Now Comes the Hard Part.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Abrams camp rejects ‘false rumors’ about her no-show at Biden event

Georgia deputy facing termination over Ahmaud Arbery remark

‘Above politics.’ Warnock urges corporate crowd to back voting rights law


The Baltimore Sun

‘No heroes here.’ Exhaustive report lays out two decades of Baltimore Police and city failure that led to GTTF scandal

The Sphinx was the place to be for Black Baltimore. Its founder’s grandson wants to bring it back.

Maryland lawmakers return to work with coronavirus on their minds


NJ.com

Wall hazing victims ‘terrorized’ in locker room attacks throughout the football season, attorney says

We don’t want a Chick-fil-A on the Parkway, town leaders tell state agency

Why don’t we treat omicron like a bad cold? Well, it’s more complicated than that.


The Los Angeles Times

Newsom’s latest housing fix: More Californians living downtown

Omicron brings fewer serious illnesses, but California hospitals are overwhelmed


Editorial: 1 in 3 Americans now ‘alarmed’ by climate change. Why aren’t our leaders?


The Washington Post

Jan. 6 panel to consider subpoena for McCarthy after refusal to cooperate

Colleges enrolled 465,000 fewer students in the fall, a trend that is raising alarms

Graham won’t support McConnell without ‘working relationship’ with Trump


The Chicago Sun-Times

Two 14-year-old boys shot and killed in separate attacks in Chicago

Chicago teachers approve deal to end walkout over COVID safety protocols


Help is on the way? Pritzker sends thousands of contract health care workers to hospitals swamped with unvaccinated patients






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