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Today in Black America - January 11

POSTED: January 11, 2023, 8:00 am

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USA Today

Biden expresses surprise to learn classified docs were in his office

Congress made free school meals for all disappear. Now students are going hungry

On day two of Mexico Summit, Mexican president thanks Biden for not adding to border wall

The New York Times

Divided House Approves G.O.P. Inquiry Into ‘Weaponization’ of Government

‘Chaotic’ Scenes Inside 2 New York City Hospitals During Nurses’ Strike

How the Discovery of Classified Files in Biden’s Office Compares With the Trump Case

The Associated Press

Michigan Supreme Court justice apologizes to fellow justice

Conservatives take aim at tenure for university professors

Harvard rescinds fellowship offer to leading rights activist

The Baltimore Sun

Nonprofit groups believe Strong City Baltimore spent their funds on building renovation

Donna Drew Sawyer resigns as embattled CEO of BOPA; board plans search for successor

Baltimore County Schools superintendent proposes the FY 2024 operating budget

Latino defendants were treated differently in N.J. municipal court, official tells state investigators

Murphy’s address silent about NJ Transit fares

N.J. extending deadline to apply for ANCHOR property tax relief program, Murphy announces

The Washington Post

House Republicans form committee to investigate the government

The most contentious committee in the new Congress

The Trump and Biden classified-document revelations are not the same

The Los Angeles Times

Newsom proposes cuts to climate change programs amid cloudy economic outlook

Long after L.A.'s mental health chief quit, pressures he faced still shape the agency

Still haunted by Jan. 6, U.S. contends with Bolsonaro’s Florida stay after Brazil riots

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lightfoot’s ‘No. 1 cheerleader’ in City Council rethinking support over mayor’s failure to call after he accidentally shot himself

Assault weapon sales now illegal in Illinois: ‘This will save lives,’ Pritzker says after quickly signing bill into law

Head of City Council’s public safety committee renews call to fire Chicago cop with ties to far-right Proud Boys

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ex-Walker aide accuses a leading conservative of sexual harassment

Atlanta History Center’s first documentary takes on Stone Mountain

Georgia ICE whistleblower files suit against private prison company

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