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Today in Black America - December 7

POSTED: December 07, 2022, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Warnock win gives Democrats 51-seat Senate majority in 2022 midterms

5 takeaways from the Georgia Senate runoff

North Carolina county outage attack is a 'wake-up call' to power grid threats

The New York Times

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could Transform Federal Elections

Warnock’s Victory Forges Democrats’ Path Through the New Battlegrounds

The Trump Organization, which was found guilty of tax fraud, had been Donald Trump’s springboard to fame and power

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore to expand violence prevention strategy GVRS in early 2023 to Southwestern, Central police districts

Gov. Larry Hogan bans TikTok use in Maryland state government, citing potential cybersecurity risks

Chase opens West Baltimore branch, announces small business commitment through larger $20 million investment

The Washington Post

Supreme Court to consider fundamental change in elections authority

Jan. 6 special counsel subpoenas Ariz., Wis. and Mich. officials for Trump communications

House panel fines Cawthorn over $15,000 for promoting cryptocurrency

The Los Angeles Times

After racist L.A. audio leak, a push for independent redistricting

Supreme Court weighs GOP bid to give state lawmakers free rein over election rules

About 1 in 9 Los Angeles students will attend extra learning days. What happened?

The Chicago Sun-Times

South Side woman bilked out of $400,000 by financial adviser who used money to fund her film production company, lawsuit claims

Former police commander testifies in CPD whistleblower trial

Doris Pryor becomes first Black judge from Indiana on Chicago-based federal appeals court: Confirmed 60-31

Congress gives highest honor to slain N.J. officer, but family snubs GOP leadership

Hudson County taps former NYC official Becky Scott to head corrections department

N.J. reports 17 COVID deaths, 1,721 cases as positive tests continue to rise

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

IN-DEPTH: How Raphael Warnock defeated Herschel Walker

Runoffs decide city council seats in three Fulton cities

Second DeKalb sewer contractor accused of pandemic relief fraud


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