News Roundup: 'Black privilege,' a white insurrectionist, and Lindsey Graham is always, always on TV

by— It's Sunday, which means that Sen. Lindsey Graham was on television again to express unconvincing outrage about a Thing. County maps of COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue to show big disparities. Oh, and a Capitol insurrectionist seems quite sure that her white skin will spring her from any jail cell the feds try to toss her in. Here's some of what you may have missed: • 'We're tired of it': Sen. Lindsey Graham accuses Biden of playing 'the race card' • The county-by-county map of...

NADJA—US: Kim Godwin becomes the first Black woman to head ABC News and to run a broadcast TV news division. Kim Godwin is named president of ABC News, the first Black woman at the post and to head a broadcast TV news division in the US.

Business Insider—BBC presenters immediately changed into black clothes following the news of Prince Phillip's death. They always have black outfits on standby, sources say.. The BBC presenter Martine Croxall wore all black to announce Prince Phillip's death. BBC sources say presenters always have black clothes on standby.

Mail Online—Lindsey Graham accuses the White House of 'a giant coverup' of crisis at the border. Senator Lindsey Graham said on Monday night that Joe Biden's administration was attempting to hide the true scale of the chaos on the U.S.-Mexico border, after his visit there Friday.