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Today in Black America - December 6

POSTED: December 06, 2022, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press

Warnock or Walker? Georgia runoff to settle last Senate seat

Mississippi revises demands on Favre in welfare lawsuit

Many kids are struggling. Is special education the answer?

The New York Times

5 Key Factors That Will Decide Georgia’s Senate Runoff

For the Uninsured, Covid Care Has Entered a New Stage of Crisis

Manhattan D.A. Hires Ex-Justice Official to Help Lead Trump Inquiry

USA Today

Can Dems build on their Senate majority? Georgia runoff will decide.

Doctors warn this flu season is 'fierce.' And it's getting worse.

Opinion: American families need Congress to expand child tax credit again

The Washington Post

Georgia voters to decide hard-fought Senate runoff between Warnock and Walker

Federal records show fatal shootings by police declined. The Post’s database shows the opposite.

Hertz to pay $168M after falsely accusing customers of stealing rental cars

The future of health care is through a TV screen? A N.J. hospital thinks so.

Safety report card says N.J. needs speed cameras to reduce highway traffic deaths

Looming Real ID requirement for air travel delayed 2 years

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. County facing full-blown coronavirus surge as cases spike 75%, deaths rise

LAPD took highly unusual action after its handling of CBS sex scandal was questioned

Outgoing Twitter employees prepare for legal campaign against world’s richest man

The Chicago Sun-Times

Aspiring actor killed in Austin shooting; ‘He was all about being happy — ‘Life ain’t that bad,’ that was one of his famous lines’

Relatively low COVID-19 rates this fall mean a cautious ‘normal’ for Chicago schools

Buffalo Grove man killed mother, wife and two daughters, 4 and 6, before fatally stabbing himself, police say

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Tuesday’s Senate runoff will settle one race and many questions

Georgia State student: Why does Georgia make voting so hard?

Some Georgia pastors push back against spread of Christian nationalism

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