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Today in Black America - January 10

POSTED: January 10, 2023, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Callers keep flooding 988 mental health, suicide helpline

‘No amnesty!’: Brazilian protests demand jail for rioters

Welfare scandal sharpens contrasts in long-poor Mississippi

The New York Times

Trillions in Infrastructure Spending Bring Jobs Bonanza

In one of their first legislative moves, House Republicans voted to cut billions in funding for the I.R.S.

Can Ron DeSantis Avoid Meeting the Press?

USA Today

Are California's storms normal? Or are they linked to climate change?

DOJ reviewing classified documents at Biden facility from time as VP

Police: 6-year-old who shot Virginia teacher used gun legally purchased by his mother

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore’s squeegee ban starts Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know.

Ahead of Baltimore City’s first school board meeting of 2023, elected members wait to take oaths of office

New hires to head Baltimore state’s attorney’s high-profile major investigations, special victims units

Judge blocks key parts of N.J.’s new concealed carry gun law, cites constitutional problems

No heat, hot water on Christmas for hundreds at N.J. apartment complex

Hudson County teacher sentenced to 4 years in sex assault of two students

The Washington Post

In Santa Cruz, the deluge came from the skies and the sea

D.C. Court of Appeals to hear arguments in defamation case against Trump

Fani Willis, the Georgia prosecutor investigating Trump, has taken on seemingly untouchable targets

The Los Angeles Times

4 deals Kevin McCarthy made to become speaker, explained

Editorial: L.A.'s eviction moratorium will end, but tenant protections should continue

L.A. County shifts lawyer program for the poor from Bar Assn. to already busy public defender

The Chicago Sun-Times

From free college to universal preschool, Pritzker pledges second-term ‘agenda as ambitious and bold as our people are’

State assault weapons ban moves ahead after Democratic deal and echoes of a child’s screams

Neil Steinberg: Assault rifle toll familiar to ER surgeons

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fulton special grand jury completes Trump investigation

Lawmakers elect Georgia House Speaker Burns on quick first day

DeKalb school board approves $41 million in teacher, staff bonuses

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