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Today in Black America - June 13

POSTED: June 13, 2022, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

Trump Campaign Chief to Headline Jan. 6 Hearing on Election Lies

Analysis: Gun Deal Is Less Than Democrats Wanted, but More Than They Expected

Andrew Giuliani’s Vaccination Status Will Bar Him From Debate Studio

The Associated Press

1/6 panel to hear Trump campaign manager, probe election lie

Dad who carried Confederate flag into Capitol heads to trial

Senate negotiators announce a deal on guns, breaking logjam

USA Today

Bipartisan Senate group makes deal on gun legislation

What to know about the Proud Boys

'Sick and tired': Hall of Famer Ed Reed blasts Jack Del Rio punishment, urges Commanders players to take stand

The Los Angeles Times

Jan. 6 panel to show evidence that Trump knew he lost but still spread fraud lies

Column One: How a Black family’s Bible ended up at the Smithsonian

A computer model predicts who will become homeless in L.A. Then these workers step in

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland native becomes youngest to take home Tony for lead actor in a musical

Maryland likely wouldn’t get a recreational marijuana industry until 2024 at the earliest

Mervo football player Elijah Gorham, who died last year after a traumatic brain injury, honored at graduation ceremony

The Washington Post

Public hearing today to focus on how Trump’s ‘big lie’ fueled rioters

A Black Army vet spent 16 months in solitary. Then a jury heard the evidence against him.

Opinion: Ohio Republicans’ proposal to arm teachers is an act of cowardice

Newark runoff Tuesday pits platinum rapper vs. activist lawyer for West Ward council seat

N.J. authorities release videos of police chase that ended in deaths of 2 men

N.J. reports 1 COVID death, 1,918 cases as U.S. lifts negative test requirement for international travelers

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago police officer wounded in Englewood shootout released from hospital

Sun-Times/WBEZ Poll: Ken Griffin, Michael Flynn not swaying many GOP voters in races for U.S. Senate, two other top offices

Gene Lyons: The MAGA crowd’s empty fantasies

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Former U.S. Attorney Pak to testify at Jan. 6 committee hearing

Abrams vows to raise minimum teacher pay to $50K if elected governor

Guns remain a polarizing divide in Georgia amid more mass shootings

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