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Today in Black America - January 19

POSTED: January 19, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

New York AG says Trump’s company misled banks, tax officials

Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains

Website for free virus tests is here. How does it work?

USA Today

New York AG Letitia James says Trump Organization misled banks, tax officials

Rudy Giuliani, other Trump backers who pushed voter fraud claims subpoenaed by Jan 6 committee

How to get your free tests; 400 million masks being distributed: COVID updates

The New York Times

N.Y. Attorney General Outlines Pattern of Possible Fraud at Trump Business

André Leon Talley, Editor and Fashion Industry Force, Dies at 73

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Giuliani, Digging Into False Vote Fraud Claims

The Washington Post

House Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Giuliani, Sidney Powell

3 police officers charged with manslaughter in shooting of 8-year-old girl

Nick Saban, Jerry West urge Manchin to support voting rights bill

The Los Angeles Times

André Leon Talley, fashion icon and culture influencer, dies at 73

Editorial: Shame on SoCal leaders for backing a ballot measure to roll back housing fixes

Op-Ed: Arizonans need Kyrsten Sinema to stand up for their voting rights

Wall’s embattled school board swears in 2 new members as questions over hazing fallout linger

N.J. man went to Trump rally with mom, then live streamed from Capitol riot, feds charge

N.J. cop accused of beating teen indicted on federal charges

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cobb students push to speak to school board without parent permission

Kemp campaign says fund illegally helping rival Perdue’s campaign

Family raises money online for ‘exceptional’ son charged in Jan. 6 riot

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lightfoot escalates war of words with former watchdog she inherited, then pushed out

CPD leaders say they’ve lost faith in Supt. Brown: ‘I can’t think of one member of the command staff that is willing to back him’

Lightfoot announces first 7 winners of Chicago Works Challenge

The Baltimore Sun

New map of General Assembly districts starts moving toward approval in Maryland legislature

Proposed Dollar House revival in Baltimore faces opposition from top housing, finance, legal officials

Maryland environment secretary pledges to increase staffing amid legislators’ concerns during Senate hearing

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