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Today in Black America - September 15

POSTED: September 15, 2022, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Railroad Companies and Unions Reach Tentative Deal to Avoid a Strike

N.Y. Attorney General May Sue Trump After Rejecting Settlement Offer

Florida Flies 2 Planeloads of Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

The Washington Post

In 5-4 vote, Supreme Court reverses course on religious school’s LGBTQ club

Opinion: Robert Sarver: Racist, sexist ... and so rich that it doesn’t matter

California sues Amazon, accusing it of anticompetitive behavior

USA Today

Parkland shooter's attorneys abruptly rest case, causing shouting match

MyPillow CEO, Trump ally Mike Lindell says FBI issued subpoena, seized phone at a Hardee's

Why Hispanic Heritage Month spans two months

The Associated Press

Alabama sidesteps compensation for survivor of ’63 KKK blast

Biden approval rises sharply ahead of midterms: AP-NORC poll

Judge says Delaware vote-by-mail law is unconstitutional

‘Outraged’ protestors to march after reported plea deal in murder of N.J. teen

Jackals are bringing baseball back to once crumbling N.J. stadium

COVID omicron boosters now available in N.J. Here’s who is eligible and where to get them.

The Los Angeles Times

Op-Ed: Why the lack of diversity in drug industry leadership is hurting women and people of color

Experimental COVID-19 vaccine could outsmart future variants

Teen girl dead from fentanyl-laced pills at Hollywood school is latest in rash of student overdoses

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland gubernatorial nominees Dan Cox, Wes Moore talk child care, paid leave and budget surplus in virtual forum

Republican Rep. Andy Harris pulls out of debate with Democrat Heather Mizeur after insisting organizers include third candidate

Judge postpones Marilyn Mosby’s federal trial; new date yet to be set

The Chicago Sun-Times

R. Kelly verdict: Singer guilty in federal trial in Chicago, bringing closure to decadeslong legal saga

Pritzker signs disaster declaration to aid people bused from Texas, calls on Abbott to ‘stop trying to sow the seeds of chaos’

CST Editorial Board: Don’t take American democracy for granted

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Kemp grew his fortune by erasing personal debts while in office

Georgia’s new 988 mental health crisis hotline is already responsive

The Jolt: New polls show Georgia governor’s race too close to call

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