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Today in Black America - June 5

POSTED: June 05, 2024, 7:30 am

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USA Today

Mixed signals. A right-wing revolt. Biden's Gaza cease-fire plan

Fauci blames Marjorie Taylor Greene for 'pattern' of threats

When Trump said an indicted president 'would cripple' US government

The New York Times

The G.O.P. Push for Post-Verdict Payback: ‘Fight Fire With Fire’

D.A. Seeks to Overturn Pardon of Man Who Killed Black Lives Matter Protester

Columbia Law Review Website Is Taken Offline Over Article Criticizing Israel

The Washington Post

Conservative attacks on birth control could threaten access

GOP plans aggressive ‘weaponization’ investigations in wake of Trump conviction

Harris and Md. Senate nominee Alsobrooks to talk gun violence

The Associated Press

Life as a teen without social media isn’t easy. These families are navigating adolescence offline

‘Cheaters don’t like getting caught': VP Harris speaks about Trump conviction on Jimmy Kimmel

Wisconsin attorney general files felony charges against attorneys, aide who worked for Trump in 2020

The Los Angeles Times

California’s scorcher: Heat wave likely a preview of what’s to come this summer

Older men die by suicide at steep rates. Here’s how the VA is trying to change that

Inmate hung a noose. Jailers too busy watching ‘explicit video’ to intervene, inspectors say

Murphy’s OPRA advisors: mayors with terrible secrets | Editorial

N.J. primary election 2024: See live results for state, county and local races

N.J. trooper got fired after investigation into his tattoos, docs show

The Chicago Sun-Times

For third time, Illinois lawmakers fail to pass Karina’s Bill aimed at protecting domestic violence victims

Augustinian Catholic order paid $2 million settlement over rape accusations against priest but left his name off sex abuser list

Chicago police recruit shot in Lincoln Square during possible carjacking attempt, alderperson says

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

‘We are getting there.’ Water back to normal today, city of Atlanta says

Dems’ candidate for Georgia congressional district has a history backing GOP

General Mills sued by Black staff at Covington cereal factory

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