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Bill McCreary Dies at 87; Blazed Trail for Black Journalists on TV
(May 12 05:58) Nytimes.com
He was hired at what became the Fox flagship station in New York in 1967, when there were few Black faces on the air, and became an Emmy-winning anchor.
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U.S. Bans Chinese Imports of Solar Panel Materials Tied to Forced Labor
Much of the world’s polysilicon, used to make solar panels, comes from Xinjiang, where the United States has accused China of committing genocide through its repression of Uyghurs.
What Did New York’s Primaries Mean for Progressives? It’s Complicated.
Progressives cheered the results in down-ballot races and in Buffalo, even as the outcome of the mayoral primary appeared less rosy.
Why Police Have Been Quitting in Droves in the Last Year
Asheville, N.C., has been among the hardest hit by police departures in the wake of last year’s George Floyd protests. About a third of the force quit or retired.
Washington Updates: Senators to Brief Biden on Infrastructure
A bipartisan group of senators and White House negotiators have agreed on a framework for an infrastructure agreement. It is expected to increase federal spending by nearly $600 billion but ...
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