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Today in Black America - November 29

POSTED: November 29, 2022, 9:00 am

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The New York Times

A G.O.P.-controlled Arizona county delayed certifying election results, showing a willingness to dispute disliked outcomes.

As Haiti Unravels, U.S. Officials Push to Send in an Armed Foreign Force

Opinion: How the Supreme Court Is Erasing Consequential Decisions in the Lower Courts

The Baltimore Sun

No violation of Maryland’s transparency law by special panel evaluating inspector general, Baltimore County says

Grace period on toll late fees ends Thursday; Maryland Transportation Authority urges customers to check for unpaid tolls

Baltimore archdiocese paying attorney costs for members of group seeking to seal court proceedings in clergy abuse investigation

N.J. beginning Murphy’s long-promised review of how state handled COVID-19

N.J. may soon set standards for students to learn how to separate fact from fiction on social media

House Democrats already going after Tom Kean Jr. for 2024 — and he hasn’t even been sworn in yet

The Los Angeles Times

Faced with tight transition, Mayor-elect Bass invites Garcetti staff to stay on through April

Commentary: Ending affirmative action won’t level the playing field. It took me over 30 years to do that for my family

RSV straining children’s hospitals across California

USA Today

Millions have their medical data leaked annually. Search our database for your provider

Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin dies at 61; remembered as 'gentle giant' and 'valiant leader'

When should you sell-off stock? The dos and don'ts of a stock market sell off, explained

The Associated Press

GOP’s new committee leaders prepare blitz of investigations

NC Democrats' parity in Congress delegation may be fleeting

GOP-controlled Arizona county refuses to certify election

The Washington Post

America’s homicide rate has surged. In 9 cities, loved ones tell the story of lives lost.

Providence offers reparations to address racism. White people can apply.

Congressman Donald McEachin of Virginia dies at 61

The Chicago Sun-Times

Measuring up: Mayoral field swells to 11 with Lightfoot, Garcia, other late filers — but now battle begins to cut that number down

Whistleblower trial begins in alleged CPD cover-up in shooting of unarmed autistic teen

Illinois bid to become early Democratic primary state likely to be rejected this week

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Record 301K early votes cast in one day in Georgia runoff for US Senate

The Jolt: Trump rally for Herschel Walker unlikely ahead of Senate runoff

AMC’s closure cost Atlanta a rare cluster of highly diverse doctors

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