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Today in Black America - July 11

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The New York Times

Cassidy Hutchinson: Why the Jan. 6 Committee Rushed Her Testimony

Bannon, Facing Jail and Fines, Agrees to Testify to Jan. 6 Panel

For Uvalde Families, a Call for Answers Grows Louder

The Baltimore Sun

A new COVID-19 foe, a really transmissible one, is emerging

‘A watershed moment’ as the death of a driver on a downtown street brings Baltimore’s long-running squeegee worker debate to a head

As violence rises across Baltimore, new LifeBridge center offers hope and services to victims

The Washington Post

Republicans struggling in several marquee races in fight for control of the Senate

People from elite backgrounds increasingly dominate academia, data shows

How Black female support groups are dealing with the end of Roe

The Associated Press

Trump associates’ ties to extremists probed by Jan. 6 panel

4 days in January: Trump push for Capitol coda to 2020 vote

South Africa police say 15 killed in bar shooting in Soweto

The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Think all those state bans on abortion are the final word? Maybe not

Jan. 6 panel sets prime-time hearing to focus on Trump’s response to Capitol riot

California taxed millionaires to fix its mental health crisis. Why it’s fallen so short

USA Today

How a major Supreme Court case could upend 2024 election rules

Juvenile curfews and minorities, wildfire threatens sequoias: 5 Things podcast

Steve Bannon's lawyer indicates he'll testify to Jan. 6 committee

NAACP national convention comes to N.J. this week with America at a ‘crossroads’

Renovated pedestrian mall in Downtown Jersey City, years in the making, nears completion

Need help paying your rent? New lottery for state assistance opens.

The Chicago Sun-Times

Seven people shot in downtown Chicago over three hours early Sunday, including four in an attack in River North

Opinion: Week after Highland Park July 4th parade massacre, activists head to DC to push assault weapons ban

WNBA commissioner blames gun violence for lack of outdoor fan events during All-Star Weekend

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Charles Barkley dunks $1 million into Spelman College coffers

OPINION: Going to college still worth it despite growing doubt

The Jolt: Herschel Walker’s campaign bars press, brings in reinforcements

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