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Today in Black America - October 6

POSTED: October 06, 2023, 9:30 am

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USA Today

The defining moments that led up to Kevin McCarthy's removal as House Speaker

After McCarthy ouster, House paralyzed ahead of new shutdown deadline

Jobs report details: 336,000 jobs added in September despite high interest rates

The New York Times

ANALYSIS: For Republicans in the Trump era, chaos often seems to be the point.

Trump Said to Have Revealed Nuclear Submarine Secrets to Australian Businessman

The U.S. added 336,000 jobs in September.

The Associated Press

September sizzled to records and was so much warmer than average scientists call it ‘mind-blowing’

Trump lawyers seek dismissal of DC federal election subversion case, arguing presidential immunity

Ex-treasurer for Rep. George Santos pleads guilty to conspiracy, tells of bogus loan and fake donors

N.J. cop admits to violating rights of handcuffed suspect he pepper sprayed

Here are some of the books parents want to ban in N.J. schools

N.J. sues medical company accused of giving patients unnecessary surgeries

The Washington Post

Economy adds 336,000 jobs in September, in a stunning gain

Moderates could unite amid House speaker chaos. Why don’t they?

Why the New York City floods should be a wake-up call

The Baltimore Sun

How much incentive is too much? A prominent Baltimore foundation is suing the city over a 2009 tax deal.

Baltimore Health Department receives first supply of COVID vaccines; free for uninsured, people whose insurance don’t cover shot

Former Baltimore City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed creates committee for council president run

The Los Angeles Times

A troubling trend in California: More violent crimes are being committed with guns even as restrictions tighten

California workers will see more paid sick time off under new law

They got rid of McCarthy. Can Republicans figure out how to keep the lights on?

The Chicago Sun-Times

FBG Duck killing trial expected to shine a bright spotlight on Chicago’s gang, rap ties

Chicagoans looking for new COVID-19 shot face supply issues, insurance hiccups

CST Editorial Board: DCFS needs grade-A leadership to overcome systemic failures

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia will be first state with medical marijuana in pharmacies

Judge rejects Sidney Powell’s request to dismiss charges

Stricter state laws are chipping away at sex education in K-12 schools

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