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Today in Black America - May 5

POSTED: May 05, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Brown wins Ohio rematch with progressive activist Turner

Dem flips Michigan seat after GOP candidate’s rape comments

LA hospital sued for racism in death of Black mother

The Washington Post

Draft abortion opinion puts new spotlight on confirmation hearings

Oath Keeper details pre-Jan. 6 planning, pleads to seditious conspiracy

Supreme Court leak strikes fear among environmental lawyers

The New York Times

Once close allies, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito have taken divergent paths.

J.R. Majewski, a G.O.P. House nominee, has expressed fringe views on QAnon and Jan. 6.

After Case Dissolves, Man Who Languished in Prison Wins $10.5 Million

The Baltimore Sun

Cases of COVID-19 in Maryland are high again, but risks are not. Here’s why.

Seeing the Unseen: A somber tour through one of Baltimore’s ugliest chapters of enslavement

Lake Clifton graduate Dena Freeman-Patton happy to ‘come home’ to Baltimore as Morgan State’s first female athletic director

N.J. reports 2,729 COVID cases, 12 deaths. Hospitalizations continue to rise

Corporate home buyers raising rents and prices in Newark, report says; city vows action

Atlantic City casino workers asking for ‘significant’ pay raise in contract talks

USA Today

Inflation is at a 40-year high. The Fed announced these aggressive moves to fight it

Donald Trump Jr. appears before Jan. 6 committee, latest family member to meet with House panel

Judge accepts plea deal in Derek Chauvin's federal civil rights case over George Floyd's death

The Los Angeles Times

Dave Chappelle attacker got replica gun with knife blade past Hollywood Bowl security checks

With water running out, California faces grim summer of dangerous heat, extreme drought

Lopez: He fooled voters once. Can Sheriff Villanueva do it again?

The Chicago Sun-Times

Study identifies potential crime hot spots — inside CPD

Illinois Safe Haven advocates ‘starting to panic’ about Supreme Court eyeing abortion rights

Neil Steinberg: What did you expect?

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Stacey Abrams is cutting deeper into Brian Kemp’s financial lead

Some metro Atlanta voters getting wrong ballots

Georgia Democrats aim to make abortion rights a unifying midterm message

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