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NAACP Field Secretary and civil rights leader, Medgar Evers, was assassinated in front of his home in Jackson, Mississippi in 1963.

Today in Black America - January 26

POSTED: January 26, 2023, 8:30 am

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USA Today

Virginia school district superintendent to depart in wake of shooting by 6-year-old

Companies affiliated with George Santos draw scrutiny. What we know.

Study: UV lamps at nail salons can permanently change your DNA

The New York Times

An R.N.C. Remade by Trump Backs Away From His 2024 Campaign

Data From Cities Show Violent Crime Rates Fell Slightly Last Year

N.I.H. Did Not Properly Track a Group Studying Coronaviruses, Report Finds

The Associated Press

West Virginia Senate passes guns-on-campus bill at colleges

Senators: Officials blocking access to mishandled documents

How classified documents became a schoolgirl’s show-and-tell

The Washington Post

Biden to blast House GOP over economic agenda amid debt ceiling feud

Backlash grows against DeSantis decision to block AP class on Black history

Analysis: Trump can rejoin Facebook. It may not matter.

The Los Angeles Times

California mass shootings force grieving Asian Americans to ask painful questions

California wants to ban the toxic chemical that gives chrome its classic shine

L.A. County extends eviction moratorium by 2 months

The Baltimore Sun

Environmental groups concerned by new permit for Eastern Shore facility with history of pollution, considering legal action

Marilyn Mosby’s lead attorney in federal case says he can’t represent her because he might be in trouble, too

Relatives of homicide victim upset that hearing was delayed to discuss ‘padlocking’ gas station in Baltimore

29-year-old woman used fake birth certificate to enroll at N.J. high school, police say

Massive Jersey City West Side development rejected by planning board

Families desperately searching N.J. city for 2 women missing for weeks | Calavia-Robertson

The Chicago Sun-Times

Public safety training facility, once center of controversy, opens its doors

‘Nobody just goes to your house and starts killing people.’ Father struggles to understand attack that killed daughter and her mother

Mayor Lori Lightfoot facing stiff headwinds as 8 challengers vie for her job

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

EXCLUSIVE | Georgia voters want marijuana legalized, AJC poll shows

Council members grill MARTA over Atlanta expansion plans

Interactive: Poll of Georgia voters, January 2023

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