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Today in Black America - November 17

POSTED: November 17, 2023, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

How Santos Spent Donors’ Money: Ferragamo, OnlyFans and Botox

Lies, Charges and Questions Remaining in the George Santos Scandal

U.S. Students Are Missing School at an Alarming Rate

USA Today

President Biden signs stopgap bill to avert government shutdown

House Ethics Committee finds 'substantial evidence' Santos committed federal crimes

Trial of officer in Breonna Taylor death ends in mistrial: What's next

The Associated Press

Serena Williams and Ruby Bridges will be inducted into National Women’s Hall of Fame

Climate change in Texas science textbooks causes divisions on state’s education board

General Motors becomes 1st of Detroit automakers to seal deal with unionized workers

The Baltimore Sun

Proposed Harborplace redevelopment faces criticism, call for more study in first city review

EDITORIAL: In the midst of bounty, too many Marylanders go hungry. Here’s how you can help.

Federal grant to boost offshore wind production facility in Sparrows Point in Baltimore County

The Washington Post

11 of the most scathing allegations in the House ethics report about Rep. Santos

New Hampshire announces first-in-the-nation presidential primary, defying DNC

Nevada AG investigates pro-Trump electors who falsely claimed he won

The Los Angeles Times

An L.A. sheriff’s deputy shot a man in the back. Two years later, the case remains open

‘It’s a bad sign’: Why a deputy union board member’s tattoo is sparking concern

David DePape found guilty in federal court of trying to kidnap Nancy Pelosi, attacking her husband

Man dies by suicide outside N.J. high school, cops say

N.J. woman lied to get $694K in COVID relief scam, authorities allege

Son killed parents on day they planned to take him for psychiatric help, police say

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago police unit that reviews cops’ use of force ‘critically understaffed,’ Illinois attorney general’s office says

In crooked Bridgeport bank case, investigators are looking into longtime city contractor

Ed Burke’s corruption trial opens with conflicting takes on leading figure — ‘extortionist’ vs. ‘good man’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Judge orders protection of some evidence in Trump election case

Hundreds of Georgia prison employees arrested in contraband schemes

Divided congregation illustrates heartbreak of United Methodist split

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