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Today in Black America - February 15

POSTED: February 15, 2023, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Study shows ‘striking’ number who believe news misinforms

Slain students were ‘incredibly loved,’ ‘tremendous’ leaders

Nikki Haley to formally launch GOP campaign for White House

USA Today

Possible lies in Trump GA probe raise more questions in closely watched inquiry

Are GOP spending cuts likely as debt ceiling deadline approaches?

Trains are becoming less safe. Here's why Ohio disaster could happen again

The New York Times

Prosecutors Seek Trump Lawyer’s Testimony, Suggesting Evidence of Crime

Why Is Affirmative Action in Peril? One Man’s Decision.

Michigan State Students Grew Up With School Shootings

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Senate confirms nine members of Gov. Wes Moore’s cabinet and more advance toward confirmation

Gov. Wes Moore recuses himself from Under Armour contract vote as team creates blind trust to manage financial assets

Baltimore County teachers wear red to protest budget; proposal calls for 162 teacher cuts

The Washington Post

‘Absolutely no idea’ what motive was in shooting, police say

DeSantis threatens to rid Florida of Advanced Placement classes

Near Tubman’s birthplace: ‘We found Africa on Maryland’s Eastern Shore’

Ex-councilman recovering after 2 men attacked him with bats outside his N.J. home

N.J. teacher placed on leave after inappropriate images shown in class, superintendent says

Man convicted of killing ex-girlfriend, hiding her remains in trash bags

The Los Angeles Times

Who will replace Feinstein? Meet the potential candidates

California’s population has dropped by 500,000 in two years as exodus continues

How California’s colleges prepare for active shooters

The Chicago Sun-Times

Pritzker’s budget to provide preschool for 5,000 children ‘to cover all of those early childhood deserts’

Lightfoot steps up attacks on Johnson, hoping to purge his surge: ‘Brandon’s not better. Brandon is bad for Chicago’

Oak Lawn cop facing criminal charges after video showed him and other officers repeatedly punching 17-year-old boy

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Republican bill opens new front in culture war over Georgia schools

Senate backs placement of Clarence Thomas statue at Georgia Capitol

The Jolt: Hot-button social issues wake up sleepy legislative session

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