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Today in Black America - July 19

POSTED: July 19, 2023, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Trump’s target letter suggests the sprawling US probe into the 2020 election is zeroing in on him

Michigan charges 16 fake electors for Donald Trump with election law and forgery felonies

Biden’s White House is taking on corporate mergers, landlord junk fees and food prices

The New York Times

Target Letter to Trump Raises Possibility of Obstruction and Fraud Charges

Republicans Shrug at Latest Possible Trump Indictment

‘Training My Replacement’: Inside a Call Center Worker’s Battle With A.I.

USA Today

How Trump's Jan. 6 speech could play a role in possible charges

4 takeaways from federal hearing about Donald Trump's documents trial

Trump's fake electors charged for alleged interference in 2020 election

Documents reveal details in death of man who allegedly assaulted N.J. state trooper

Social Security increase 2024: Here’s the latest COLA estimate

N.J. has a new agency to curb infant mortality and put focus on maternal health

The Baltimore Sun

Eyewitness testimony follows opening statements in trial of teen squeegee worker charged with killing man in Baltimore

Study: Baltimore ranks among jurisdictions with highest Alzheimer’s disease prevalence

Four Baltimore institutions raise concerns about Artscape plan, call on city to ‘honor commitments’

The Washington Post

Judge seems skeptical of Trump’s desire to delay documents trial until after 2024 election

Opinion: Michigan indicts alleged plotters in fake elector scheme. Here’s what it means.

Analysis: Dissecting Trump’s Truth Social post on his Jan. 6 probe-target letter

The Los Angeles Times

Fourth bus of migrants sent from Texas arrives in L.A.

He was making a documentary about police brutality. Then the LAPD tased him in his home

Hotel, union negotiation fails to break stalemate; more walkouts ahead, union vows

The Chicago Sun-Times

Illinois set to be first state to end cash bail after state Supreme Court ruling

How bail reform will work in Illinois

Jeffrey Sterling and Lauren G. Lowery: Northwestern’s Black athletes have a history of fighting for change

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

EXCLUSIVE: Feds sought surveillance video from State Farm Arena in Trump probe

Georgia mass registration cancellations planned for 191,000 inactive voters

Legal bills mount for Georgia Republican Party in Trump investigation

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