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Today in Black America - October 20

POSTED: October 20, 2022, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Election deniers could make deep changes to Arizona voting

Races to oversee elections draw an avalanche of spending

Biden seeks symbol of rebuilding at Pittsburgh bridge

The New York Times

Walker Says He Has ‘Overcome’ Mental Illness, but It’s Not So Simple, Experts Say

She Was Killed by the Police. Why Were Her Bones in a Museum?

Judge Says Trump Signed Statement With Data His Lawyers Told Him Was False

USA Today

Judge: Trump allegedly engaged in 'conspiracy to defraud' US

Oath Keepers trial: What we know about the militia members who aren't Stewart Rhodes

Trump questioned in E. Jean Carroll defamation lawsuit. What we know about the case.

The Baltimore Sun

With moratorium on facial recognition about to end, the Baltimore City Council may consider regulating the technology

Adnan Syed may be entitled to millions from the state. Men who’ve spent decades in Maryland prisons warn it could never be enough.

Baltimore awards $2 million in capital funds to cultural spaces

The Washington Post

Editorial: John Durham’s investigation proved Trump wrong, not right

Trump signed legal documents that he knew included false voter fraud numbers, judge says

CDC officials describe intense pressure, job threats from Trump White House

The Los Angeles Times

Black developers refuse to work with De León on $1.6-billion Angels Landing project

Overcrowded housing in Los Angeles has brought death by design

Who is Danny Bakewell, the Black L.A. power broker named in the Nury Martinez audio?

The Chicago Sun-Times

Cook County clerk opens help desk for county records questions

Lightfoot campaign raises $1 million in 3 months — and more than half of it is spent

19 questions for candidates for Illinois governor — one set of answers

Town expecting state EPA guidance on toxic chemicals found by mom at Colonia H.S.

Accused Edison cops suspended without pay, after collecting $1.4M amid stalled prosecution

Atlantic City Expressway will get a third lane to fix notorious bottleneck

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Judge: Trump knew his Georgia voting fraud stats were inaccurate

Election officials brace for disruptions as midterms loom

Republican county chairwoman, husband plead guilty in Jan. 6 charge

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