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Today in Black America - December 26

POSTED: December 26, 2022, 9:00 am

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USA Today

Another above-average wildfire season for 2022. How climate change is making fires harder to predict and fight.

Buses of migrants dropped near VP Harris home on freezing cold Christmas Eve

3 Washington state power substations vandalized

The Associated Press

GOP stumbles with independents contributed to midterm woes

Renowned painter’s son convicted in Jan. 6 attack on Capitol

US: Jan. 6 participant arrested after California standoff

The New York Times

Democrats, Feeling New Strength, Plan to Go on Offense on Voting Rights

Death Toll From Storm Rises to 17 in Western New York as Rescuers Struggle

Opinion: The Jan. 6 Report Is Out. Now the Real Work Begins.

The Baltimore Sun

Federal omnibus bill includes tens of millions of dollars for Baltimore-area projects

Maryland Food Bank pandemic grant that has let partners distribute $40 million of free food will end Dec. 31

‘C-O-U-R-Y-N’: Coppin State awards full scholarship to ninth grader after moving performance of poem

Philadelphia man charged with murder for fatal Christmas Eve shooting in Trenton, officials say

Massive flooding in N.J. reaches heights not seen since Superstorm Sandy. And now a deep freeze has hit.

University Hospital in Newark announces new president, CEO

The Washington Post

Republicans making moves toward entering 2024 primary against Trump

As Republicans inch away from election denialism, one activist digs in

Here’s which House members voted for or against the $1.7 trillion spending bill

The Los Angeles Times

Emails reveal Sam Bankman-Fried’s courtship of federal regulators

Guerrero: In ‘Wakanda Forever,’ Black filmmakers did right by Indigenous peoples

Boogie B’s slaying is the latest tragedy to hit L.A.'s Black comedy community

The Chicago Sun-Times

Are Illinois schools teaching reading all wrong?

CST Editorial Board: Making our neighborhoods and city better, one step at a time

CPS admits delayed response to lead paint found at Bridgeport’s McClellan Elementary School

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Three Jan. 6 cases with Georgia defendants head to trial in 2023

Opinion: As boys flail in school, will a later start throw a lifeline?

New federal budget sets aside millions for Georgia projects

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