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Today in Black America - July 22

POSTED: July 22, 2022, 5:00 am

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The New York Times

Opinion: We Are Retired Generals and Admirals. Trump’s Actions on Jan. 6 Were a Dereliction of Duty.

Jan. 6 Panel Assails Trump’s ‘Complete Dereliction’ of Duty

The House panel again raised an enduring mystery of Jan. 6: Why did it take so long to deploy the National Guard?

The Associated Press

Jan. 6 takeaways: White House in chaos, unmovable Trump

Jan. 6: Trump spurned aides’ pleas to call off Capitol mob

Teachers weep recalling students killed in Parkland shooting

The Washington Post

Takeaways from the hearing on Trump’s actions — and inaction

Hawley’s effort to reap political rewards from Jan. 6 scampers off

Editorial: How Trump violated his oath on Jan. 6 by doing nothing

The Baltimore Sun

Attorneys say Baltimore squeegee shooting was self-defense. How could Maryland’s ‘duty to retreat’ factor into case?

Jessica Haire maintains lead over Herb McMillan in Anne Arundel GOP county executive primary after first day of mailed-ballot canvassing

Port Covington developers announce $2.5 million in grants to South Baltimore community groups

USA Today

Secret Service agents feared for their lives in Capitol attack

Watchdog launches criminal probe into deleted Secret Service texts

Supreme Court blocks Biden from implementing immigration policy but will hear case

N.J. actor Taurean Blacque from ‘Hill Street Blues’ dead at 82

N.J. public workers face big increase in health insurance rates in coming year

Groups call for Jersey City to release video of councilwoman’s hit-and-run crash

The Los Angeles Times

Lopez: He surveyed 8,600 Americans about political violence. The results are beyond scary

Indoor mask rules expected next week as L.A. coronavirus wave worsens

Barabak: Don’t underestimate Kamala Harris. She’s still the Democrat most likely to succeed Biden

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fulton judge: ‘Alternate’ GOP electors must honor subpoenas to testify

Politically Georgia: A 2022 battle over abortion intensifies

Herschel Walker downplays abortion ruling’s impact

The Chicago Sun-Times

Videos show 13-year-old raise his arms toward Chicago police officers before he’s shot during a chase on the West Side

CHA board approves leasing public housing land to CPS for new Near South Side high school

Natalie Y. Moore: ‘Pullman Company Maids’ exhibit captures Black women’s work experience during Jim Crow

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