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Today in Black America - January 22

POSTED: January 22, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

What to know about overdraft fees as the White House cracks down on them

Hearing complaints over property taxes, some Georgia lawmakers look to limit rising values

Abortion fight puts Vice President Harris at center of 2024 election campaign

The New York Times

Haley Gets a Trump Matchup, but Now Faces the Trump Machine

Facing Backlash, Some Corporate Leaders Go ‘Under the Radar’ With D.E.I.

A ‘Revolutionary’ Way to Feed the World That’s Very Old

The Washington Post

With DeSantis dropping out, Trump takes another stride toward GOP nomination

Opinion: Trump is not a colossus. And his party is a mess

Retropolis The Past, Rediscovered: When Reagan tried to undo affirmative action, corporations fought back

USA Today

Awkwardness, campaign infighting: Fatal flaws that doomed Ron DeSantis's campaign

Nikki Haley gets boost from Judge Judy at New Hampshire rally: 'Sound of a two-person race'

4 Las Vegas high school students indicted on murder charges in deadly beating of schoolmate

The Baltimore Sun

Marilyn Mosby case: Opening statements imminent in former Baltimore state’s attorney’s mortgage fraud trial

OPINION: Reaching for new levels as I enter Year 2 | Ronnie Agnew

Newark Airport security lapses blamed for sexual assault of woman in parking facility, lawsuit says

Historic vote empowers young people in Newark | Opinion

The Los Angeles Times

Thousands of CSU faculty vow to ‘shut down’ campuses in first systemwide strike

A California rep (and ex-Bernie booster) tries to get New Hampshire voters to write in Biden

L.A. turns to occupational therapists to keep formerly homeless from returning to streets

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Number of Georgians dropped from Medicaid nears 500,000

Metro Atlanta leaders to fan out this week to get headcount of homeless

U.S. school chief: Vouchers in Georgia will create haves and have-nots

The Chicago Sun-Times

Mary Mitchell: Baby boomers aging in place dominate Chicago’s housing market

Chicago’s FBI boss preparing for threats in unusual election year that brings Democratic convention to town

How Chicago migrants, lacking work permits, are finding work so their families can get by

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