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July 05, 2022

Arthur Ashe, Jr. won the men's singles tennis championship at Wimbledon in 1975, making him the first Black male to take the title.

Today in Black America - May 13

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The New York Times

How Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Backfire for Republicans

Opinion: Why Ron DeSantis Is Far More Than Just the Next Trump

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas 5 Republicans, Including McCarthy

The Associated Press

Madison Cawthorn tries to survive primary as slip-ups mount

Blocked Senate bill would make Roe v. Wade law, expand it

Biden administration to release $45B for nationwide internet

USA Today

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, 4 other House Republicans

Countries continue to relax international COVID travel restrictions

Departing White House press secretary Jen Psaki details threats against her and her family

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Council President Nick Mosby violated ethics law by accepting money from city contractors via legal defense fund, board rules

One-block radius in Brooklyn illustrates how remediating blight could reduce violent crime, Baltimore leaders say

As The Sun’s 185th anniversary nears, we look back on its coverage and community ties | COMMENTARY

N.J. reports 12 COVID deaths, 4,551 cases - most positive tests in 1 day since January

N.J. hospitals were just ranked for safety. See how yours fared.

Our kid isn’t going to college. What about our 529 plan?

The Washington Post

First living Black Marine to receive Medal of Honor for valor dies at 84

The potential end of Roe won’t stop this abortion provider-in-training

Grand jury issues subpoena in probe of classified documents taken to Mar-a-Lago

The Los Angeles Times

California’s minimum wage will rise to $15.50, triggered by soaring inflation

UC, CSU and community colleges set to get big funding boost — with big expectations

Guerrero: The Supreme Court is coming for Latinos

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Forsyth elections officials reject sweeping voter challenge

National PAC takes aim at two metro Atlanta school board races

Judge: Perdue’s election fraud claims are ‘conjecture and paranoia’

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPD supervisors reassigned following claims they fostered hostile work environment

With Cook County probation units disbanded, tens of thousands of random curfew checks ended

State lawmaker Buckner launches mayoral bid with vow to restore trust, improve schools, reduce crime

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