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Today in Black America - June 5

POSTED: June 05, 2023, 6:00 am

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The New York Times

In a Contentious Lawmaking Season, Red States Got Redder and Blue Ones Bluer

The Jurors Sentenced a Missouri Man to Death. Now Some Are Not So Sure.

What Happened When a Brooklyn Neighborhood Policed Itself for Five Days

USA Today

No survivors found after plane that flew over DC and led to F-16 fighters response crashed

With Trump absent, GOP hopefuls pitch themselves as future at 'Roast and Ride'

Marjorie Taylor Greene flips on releasing Jan. 6 tapes, citing security concerns at Capitol

The Associated Press

Fizzled probe spares governor scrutiny over Ronald Greene’s deadly arrest

Transgender adults in Florida `blindsided’ that new law also limits their access to health care

Here’s how to prepare to start paying back your student loans when the pandemic payment freeze ends

Hudson County’s new $317M courthouse will be resilient to bombs

N.J. church erased medical debt for 929 strangers— a new trend for houses of worship

36 hours in Newark, a city ready for a re-introduction

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland state trooper fatally shoots man Sunday morning in Eldersburg after 10-hour standoff, investigators say

Ex-Maryland state Sen. Robert ‘Bobby’ Zirkin advertises legal assistance under Child Victims Act, which he once testified against

Harborplace developers slated to ‘re-imagine’ Inner Harbor ask Baltimoreans: What would you wish for?

The Washington Post

F-16s cause sonic boom in D.C. area as they intercept Cessna that later crashed

Rubin: Trump’s smoking gun recording gives Jack Smith all he needs

Conservatives seek control over public universities with state bills

The Los Angeles Times

State of Florida apparently sent migrants to Sacramento, officials say

Barabak: How California, land of Nixon and Reagan, turned blue and changed U.S. politics

Deal extends L.A. school year, restores 3-week winter break

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia’s U.S. senators raise concerns about arrests of bail fund organizers

Training center costs call years of promises into question

Profiles in perseverance: What makes these Georgia 2023 graduates special

The Chicago Sun-Times

County commissioner calls for south suburban trauma center after complaints of poor service at Ingalls Memorial Hospital

Mary Mitchell: Influx of migrants in Chicago gives us an opportunity more than it creates a crisis

Naperville Bears? Team exploring move to the western suburb, fearing potential Arlington Heights stadium is ‘at risk’

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