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Today in Black America - July 26

POSTED: July 26, 2022, 8:30 am

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USA Today

Michigan med students walk out of ceremony over anti-abortion speaker

Uvalde's Robb Elementary principal placed on leave after mass shooting

Co-defendant in Central Park jogger case is exonerated

The New York Times

Top Pence Aides Testify to Grand Jury in Jan. 6 Investigation

Republicans Confront Unexpected Online Money Slowdown

A Judge Halts New York City School Budget Cuts, For Now

The Associated Press

Griner’s Russian trial considers medicinal use of cannabis

Testimony to start in Alex Jones’ Sandy Hook damages lawsuit

Man admits to Jan. 6 attacks on police, AP photographer

The Washington Post

Biden poised for big wins in Congress

Super Bowl ad stunt from maker of gun used at Uvalde school sheds light on firm’s tactics

‘The stakes could not be higher’: Kansas abortion vote set for Aug. 2

The Baltimore Sun

Federal district judge rules Baltimore County private school’s nonprofit status comes with Title IX requirements

Ivan Bates, the Democratic nominee for Baltimore state’s attorney, says reducing crime requires collaboration

The top races are settled, but ballot counting is still underway in Maryland primary

This N.J. hospital will cease maternity care. What it means for women.

A $7.9M upgrade is coming to N.J.’s Great Falls National Park

N.J. school board member could lose seat in backlash over survey about gender identity

The Los Angeles Times

COVID outbreaks hit TSA, American and Southwest airlines at LAX

Cities small and large outshine L.A. at finding emergency housing for homeless people

Shooting that killed 2 and injured 6 at San Pedro park believed to be gang-related

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Warnock to Walker: ‘Stop dodging. Commit to debates.’

Court: Lawmaker can’t avoid testimony before Fulton special grand jury

State bar investigates two Georgia Trump electors

The Chicago Sun-Times

Former Marshall basketball standout Dyanla Rainey shot and killed in her driveway

Debate over CTA safety reignites after Red Line rider pulls knife on seven robbers, killing 15-year-old boy who police say had a gun

Chicago Board of Education to vote on new $10.2M school police contract

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