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July 05, 2022

Arthur Ashe, Jr. won the men's singles tennis championship at Wimbledon in 1975, making him the first Black male to take the title.

Today in Black America - May 9

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The Associated Press

Call Pence or Trump? It’s decision time for Jan. 6 panel

Judge rejects Trump lawsuit challenging ban from Twitter


Workers grapple with new stresses as they return to office


The New York Times

Anti-Abortion Group in Wisconsin Is Hit by Arson, Authorities Say

The Rift Between A.O.C. and Eric Adams: When Democratic Stars Collide

Florida Releases Reviews That Led to Rejection of Math Textbooks


The Washington Post

Mississippi governor doesn’t rule out banning contraception if Roe falls

Opinion: The Supreme Court’s radicalism extends far beyond Roe

Coronavirus wave this fall could infect 100 million, administration warns


NJ.com


Could N.J. legal weed be sold at more sites soon?

The one challenger in Newark’s mayoral race battles apathy and a popular incumbent

This N.J. congressman is the most bipartisan Democrat in America


The Baltimore Sun

Takeyia S. ‘Precious’ Fraling, a peer counselor at Glenwood Life Counseling Center and community activist, dies

Gun dealer lawsuit claims Anne Arundel violence prevention law violates First Amendment rights


National term limits debate resurfaces at inopportune moment for Maryland Rep. Andy Harris



USA Today

As hurricane season approaches, experts say to beware of more rapidly intensifying storms

As 'Don't Say Gay' bills take hold, LGBTQ youths are 'getting crushed'


What will the COVID pandemic look like this summer, and beyond?


The Los Angeles Times


Ballots and a big decision arrive this week in L.A.’s mayoral race


With Dr. Dre’s help, a new $200-million Compton High breaks ground

Debbie Allen found god, and her name is Shonda Rhimes. How the two built this L.A. arts center


The Chicago Sun-Times


Judge denies Kim Foxx’s bid to let inmate out early under new state law


Mask up! No mandate, but ‘strongly’ urged for CPS and beyond as COVID-19 risk level rises to ‘medium’ across Chicago area

Deep disparities in internet access found across Chicago in new analysis



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta school system to review proposed $1.4 billion budget with public


Mortgage rate rise roils housing market but doesn’t shut off demand


Georgia Power issues bonds to invest in minority vendors, sustainability


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