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Today in Black America - November 9

POSTED: November 09, 2023, 6:00 am

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The Associated Press

Louisiana was open to Cancer Alley concessions. Then EPA dropped its investigation

Nearly half of Democrats disapprove of Biden’s response to the Israel-Hamas war, AP-NORC poll shows

Liberal and moderate candidates take control of school boards in contentious races across US

The New York Times

U.N. Agency Warns of Disease Outbreaks in Gaza

Ending 40-Year Hiatus, G.O.P. Wins a City Council Seat in the Bronx

F.B.I. Searching New Jersey for Man Accused in Capitol Riot

USA Today

Gregory Yetman was never arrested after the Capitol riot. Now an FBI search is under way

Justice Department opens civil rights probe into Lexington Police Department in Mississippi

The Excerpt podcast: Ohio passes abortion ballot measure, Democrats win in Virginia

The Washington Post

U.S. officials pick Greenbelt, Md., for new FBI national headquarters

Washington Post deletes editorial cartoon criticized as racist

Analysis: Voters deliver few bright spots for GOP as political reality hits home

N.J. election results: State Senate, Assembly general elections 2023

Democrats have big night in battle for N.J. Legislature

N.J. election 2023: Election results for state, county and local races, school boards

The Los Angeles Times

SAG-AFTRA committee approves deal with studios to end historic strike

A divide over the Israel-Hamas war flares at UC Berkeley Law

L.A. County coroner investigator charged with thefts of necklace and rare coins from bodies

The Baltimore Sun

Greenbelt picked to host new FBI headquarters, capping long Maryland push to be the agency’s home

Morgan State, Hopkins, Coppin State to help address nursing shortage in Baltimore schools

Maryland medical examiner’s office to implement changes as part of $235K settlement in Anton Black’s death

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

AJC poll: If federal government shuts down, GOP will get much of blame

Analysis: Republican struggles over abortion policy could haunt GOP in 2024

Atlanta school board race appears headed to a runoff

The Chicago Sun-Times

Streeterville boutique hotel becoming homeless shelter, prompting staff layoffs

Supreme Court hears arguments in veteran’s case that could open up additional GI Bill benefits

Deanna Othman: President Biden’s concern about ‘Islamophobia’ comes way too late

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