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Today in Black America - December 19

POSTED: December 19, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Jan. 6 panel pushes Trump’s prosecution in forceful finish

EXPLAINER: How do parties and states set presidential votes?

McCarthy’s race for speaker risks upending House on Day One

The New York Times

Trump Faces a Week of Headaches on Jan. 6 and His Taxes

Jan. 6 Panel to Cap 18-Month Inquiry With Final Public Session Today

Proud Boys Trial Is Set to Open, Focusing on Role in Jan. 6 Violence

USA Today

DOJ, public await Jan. 6 committee's Monday decision on Trump

New Biden plan aims to cut homelessness 25% in 2 years

GOP vs. ESG: Why Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Republicans are fighting 'woke' ESG investing

NJ Transit bus driver shot at 3 teens, wounding 1, after reported assault, official says

This New Jersey university is laying off 30 professors, eliminating 37% of academic programs

N.J. education department releases school-by-school test scores

The Baltimore Sun

The Parkway Theatre faces an uncertain future after ceasing operations and laying off staff

Baltimore County to award nonprofits nearly $2.7 million in federal COVID relief funds

Garrett County man convicted of assaulting officers, impeding proceedings during Jan. 6 Capitol riot

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. voters have faith in new Mayor Bass but not the City Council, poll finds

How San Francisco fell behind on housing its homeless population

Editorial: Lenient all-civilian LAPD discipline panels let bad cops off the hook

The Washington Post

How Trump jettisoned restraints at Mar-a-Lago and prompted legal peril

Musk’s Twitter poll results say he should step down as head of social network, a move he pledged to follow

How an abolitionist painting set in D.C. became proslavery propaganda

The Chicago Sun-Times

In wake of Benito Juarez High School shooting, a reward offer and calls for stricter gun laws

High lead levels found in paint at Bridgeport elementary school

Do sex toys belong in ‘comprehensive sex education’ for high school students?

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Trump’s legal problems could soon grow

Inside City Hall: Atlanta continues to fight public sector brain drain

Latest fatal shooting of teens again rattles Atlanta families...

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