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Today in Black America - June 14

POSTED: June 14, 2023, 9:30 am

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The New York Times

Trump’s Hearing in Miami Opens a Long Legal Saga Alongside Campaign

A Simple Test: What if Donald Trump were someone else?

Affordable Housing Woes Paint a ‘Bleak Picture’

The Associated Press

Trump pleads not guilty to federal charges that he illegally kept classified documents

Michigan Republican chairperson Karamo, others ordered to pay legal fees for failed election lawsuit

Army renames Louisiana base for Black WWI hero who received Medal of Honor

USA Today

Disney says grandfather 'spinning in his grave' over Nazi display

Donald Trump lashes out after classified documents arraignment

COVID's lasting effects: For many, wine tastes like water and smoke smells like clean air

Juneteenth is celebrated Friday in N.J. But the federal holiday is Monday. Here’s why.

Trump, back in N.J. after federal court appearance, calls prosecutors ‘thugs’

Scathing Murphy letter says ‘flawed’ congestion pricing will cause NJ Transit fare hike, pollution spike

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County school board approves new superintendent contract for $310K, delays middle school boundary study decision

Document outlines Gov. Wes Moore’s federal priorities, urges lawmakers to apply ‘pressure’ to land FBI headquarters

As Red Line planning restarts, West Baltimore group pitches ‘Smart Line’ to link east-west subway with MARC

The Washington Post

The next steps after Trump’s indictment, explained

The Republican road map to punishing the Justice Department

There’s a widening spending gap between retirees and younger adults

The Los Angeles Times

Lake Oroville is 100% full as California reservoirs are revived by historic rain and snowmelt

Opinion: Affirmative action isn’t hurting Asian Americans. Here’s why that myth survives

L.A. City Councilmember Curren Price charged with embezzlement and perjury

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Kemp says he’ll support GOP’s 2024 nominee, even if it’s Trump

MURPHY: Georgia Republicans stuck between Trump and a hard place

Biden celebrates Juneteenth, the newest federal holiday, at the White House

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS boosts school budgets with focus on special education — and more property taxes

$7.25 million settlement from Chicago for man locked up nearly 30 years after wrongful conviction for deadly arson

Waukegan wants to huddle with Bears on new stadium ‘along the shores of Lake Michigan’

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