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Today in Black America - July 13

POSTED: July 13, 2022, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

Trump Planned March, but Wanted It to Seem Spontaneous, Panel Says

Tears, Screams, Insults: An ‘Unhinged’ Meeting to Keep Trump in Power

Poll Shows Tight Race for Control of Congress as Class Divide Widens

The Associated Press

Cost-of-living crisis to hit women hardest, report says

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

Twitter worker says he tried to sound alarm on Trump tweets

USA Today

Exclusive video shows officers' delayed response to Uvalde school shooting

Highland Park survivors to rally at US Capitol, demand gun control

Louisiana judge temporarily blocks state's abortion ban, allowing clinics a chance to reopen

The Baltimore Sun

Republican lawmakers, including Maryland’s Andy Harris, met with Trump at White House to discuss overturning election, Jan. 6 committee says

‘We are a house divided’: In her first address, Baltimore County’s new student board member calls for unity

Police identify person of interest in Inner Harbor squeegee shooting; video shows Timothy Reynolds’ final moments

Some N.J. rent assistance payments have gone missing, frustrating tenants and landlords

Child, woman killed when boat capsizes in Hudson River, 9 others rescued by ferry crews

Port Authority ends talks with Amazon for controversial Newark Airport air freight hub

The Washington Post

Trump hid his plan to tell supporters to march to Capitol, panel finds

5 takeaways from the hearing on extremism and Trump

Opinion: Dramatic moments from deprogrammed right-wingers indict the whole GOP

The Los Angeles Times

Trump claims might have ‘started a new civil war,’ Jan. 6 hearing witness says

Op-Ed: Without abortion access, we could face a mental health crisis

Editorial: It’s time to declare a public health emergency for abortion

The Chicago Sun-Times

Cooper Roberts, 8, sees condition worsen after being paralyzed in Highland Park parade mass shooting

Funeral held for Irina McCarthy, who was slain with husband at Highland Park parade, leaving behind young son

Judge sets Ald. Ed Burke’s racketeering trial for November 2023 — giving Burke a chance to run again

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Campaign misstep? Herschel Walker’s strategy — double down

Warnock raises more than $17M in three-month span

Inside City Hall: Atlanta gets creative with new eviction relief fund

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