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Today in Black America - July 14

POSTED: July 14, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

The US sets a grim milestone with a new record for the deadliest six months of mass killings

IRS says it collected $38 million from more than 175 high-income tax delinquents

Americans are widely pessimistic about democracy in the United States, an AP-NORC poll finds


The New York Times


Prosecutors Ask Witnesses Whether Trump Acknowledged He Lost 2020 Race

How Philadelphia Kept Thousands of Tenants From Being Evicted

A Federal Judge Asks: Does the Supreme Court Realize How Bad It Smells?


NJ.com

Firefighter killed in Port Newark ship blaze recalled for kindness, life of service


Jersey City council withdraws zoning amendment ordinance over accessory dwelling unit concerns

Pair kidnapped woman, forced her to withdraw $9K from bank, cops say


USA Today


New round of student loan debt forgiveness will erase balances for over 800,000

Takeaways from Ron DeSantis' 'confidential' campaign memo

Disney CEO Bob Iger isn’t concerned about park prices



The Baltimore Sun


Vice President Kamala Harris, EPA administrator to announce green tech grants Friday at Coppin State in Baltimore

Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts approves $83,232 settlement for its former CEO

Developer of re-imagined Harborplace completes purchase, selects design team


The Washington Post


Weeks-long streaks of 100-plus-degree days break records across U.S.

House GOP moves to end Pentagon’s abortion, diversity policies


Analysis: Why can’t the right-wing bubble give up on Ray Epps?


The Los Angeles Times


Disneyland workers could get a pay hike to nearly $20 an hour after living-wage win

Rent in this California city exceeded San Francisco’s for the first time. Here’s how much it costs per month

The ‘Un-Becoming’: A former Eastside gang member finds his resurrection tale at UC Berkeley


The Chicago Sun-Times


3 finalists picked for job of Chicago police superintendent


Rick Heidner, Illinois video gambling mogul, and his wife owe $5 million in income tax, IRS says

City Council committee advances 2-term limit on city’s top watchdog


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: It’s a new day for Georgia as Christine King Farris lies in state


Georgia commission votes to remove ‘diversity’ from teacher prep rules

U.S. DOJ to probe Fulton County Jail after death of mentally ill inmate


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