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Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

Today in Black America - April 26

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Associated Press


Chief Justice Roberts declines to testify at Senate’s Supreme Court ethics hearing

Asa Hutchinson to formally launch 2024 campaign in Arkansas

Changes planned for College Board’s Black history class



The New York Times


Harry Belafonte, Folk Hero

Blow: The Harry Belafonte Speech That Changed My Life

Head of a Major Law Firm Bought Real Estate From Gorsuch


NJ.com

Monmouth University sued by student over alleged on-campus sex assault

4 officers to leave N.J. police department amid payroll investigation, sources say

N.J. cop struck by hit-and-run driver is out of hospital, dashcam video is released


USA Today


Sen. Tuberville blocks 184 military promotions over abortion fight


Hate crimes will spike during 2024 election, civil rights group warns

New York jury to decide if Donald Trump raped E. Jean Carroll



The Los Angeles Times


Abcarian: President Biden is 80, eternally underestimated and likely to win again

Don Lemon was the brightest star at CNN. Then he became the story

Deadly conflict in Sudan poses high stakes for global trade and U.S. credibility


The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Comptroller Brooke Lierman pushes for modernization during first 100 days in office

Anne Arundel County expands mortgage assistance program for first-time homebuyers

Man killed in Southwest Baltimore, 14-year-old injured Tuesday in McElderry Park triple shooting, police say


The Chicago Sun-Times


Harry Belafonte was ‘a major influence’ on his Chicago friends, they fondly recall

Foxx political exit sets the stage for a free-for-all in 2024 race for state’s attorney

Cook County judges, court employees ordered to phase out remote work


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

THE JOLT: Top Trump lawyer never saw proof of Dominion fraud claims

CDC “detectives” study HIV clusters among Hispanics in metro Atlanta

Republicans call to repeal clean energy incentives amid Georgia green boom



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