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Today in Black America - January 20

POSTED: January 20, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Biden on classified docs discovery: ‘There’s no there there’

Supreme Court leak report findings: Lax security, loose lips

March for Life returns to DC with new post-Roe v. Wade focus

The New York Times

68 Days of Silence: Why the White House Stayed Mum on Classified Documents

Judge Orders Trump and Lawyer to Pay Nearly $1 Million for Bogus Suit

Florida Rejects A.P. African American Studies Class

USA Today

Tony Dungy shows his true values with hateful tweet about transgender kids

Biden documents probe means US has 3 special counsel investigations at once. What are they?

Ultra conservatives named to committees that will lead Biden probes

The Washington Post

Supreme Court says it can’t determine who leaked draft of opinion that overturned Roe

Teacher shortage in Mississippi is among the worst in the nation, and dates back more than a decade

Under oath, Trump is confronted with his ‘hoax’ hyperbole

The Baltimore Sun

A man served 34 years for killing another teen. Now he mentors Baltimore youth to avoid his mistakes.

Lawmakers criticize Maryland 529 agency for lack of communication, urgency amid problems with families’ accounts

All 6 of Marilyn Mosby’s defense lawyers ask to be removed from case

N.J. town reverses course, will allow slave burial research at colonial-era cemetery

Rainbow signs to be replaced in N.J. middle school

Two N.J. women have been missing for weeks, cops and family say

The Los Angeles Times

Op-Ed: How local D.A.s can help protect immigrant families from dangerous federal policies

Former L.A. councilman Jose Huizar to plead guilty in corruption case

With deadline looming, L.A. City Council is set to vote on new tenant protections

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago cop who used ‘force without justification’ against CPS student in 2018 faces year suspension

Natalie Y. Moore: Preserving the legacy of Chicago’s Black social culture

Always late, everything smells like weed and more: Here’s what nearly 2,000 CTA riders say about riding the L and buses

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta’s school system leader asks for more mentors, business support

The Jolt: Georgia House Speaker not looking for new abortion limits now

As Atlanta grows, its trademark tree canopy suffers

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