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Today in Black America - November 14

POSTED: November 14, 2023, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Nikki Haley will launch a $10M ad campaign to try to overtake Ron DeSantis in the GOP primary

1 in 3 US Asians and Pacific Islanders faced racial abuse this year, AP-NORC/AAPI Data poll shows

Former Fox News reporter says in lawsuit he was fired after challenging Jan. 6 coverage

The New York Times

More Than 400 U.S. Officials Sign Letter Protesting Biden’s Israel Policy

Trump Campaign Officials Try to Play Down Contentious 2025 Plans

The Toll of Climate Disasters Is Rising. But a U.S. Report Has Good News, Too.

The Washington Post

Ex-Trump allies detail efforts to overturn election in Georgia plea videos

Analysis: How inheritance data secretly explains U.S. inequality

A flesh-eating fungus is thriving in a hotter, drier West

USA Today

Israel, climate change among causes as demonstrations simmer across US

US Army overturns convictions of 110 Black soldiers charged in 1917 Houston riots

Four stabbed on Louisiana Tech campus in 'random act of violence,' 3 hospitalized

N.J. police department disciplined me over hairstyle, Black officer says in suit

What will feds investigating N.J. police force find? Depends on who you ask

N.J. district sued in student sex assault case involving security guard

The Baltimore Sun

End of Maryland nonprofit’s state health contract leads to rocky vaccine rollout in some counties

Marilyn Mosby case: Former Baltimore state’s attorney’s mortgage fraud trial will precede sentencing for perjury

Biden administration, Gov. Wes Moore announce emphasis on working with labor unions, technical schools on infrastructure projects

The Los Angeles Times

Arson is behind the massive fire that shut down the 10 Freeway, officials say

Freeway closure and snarled traffic pose a fresh political test for Mayor Bass

10 Freeway damage not as severe as expected, engineer says, but more tests are needed

The Chicago Sun-Times

New policy bars Chicago cops from joining hate, extremist groups

Plan proposed to reduce excessive traffic stops of Black, Brown motorists

Chicago firefighter Andrew ‘Drew’ Price dies after battling Lincoln Park blaze: ‘A lovely man’ who ‘made the ultimate sacrifice’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Report: Fulton defendant told Trump ‘not going to leave’ White House

Kemp’s network spends big to keep GOP majority in statehouse

Kemp-commissioned poll hints at governor’s 2024 legislative priorities

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