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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 - July 20

POSTED: July 20, 2023, 12:30 pm

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The Associated Press

Biden pushes a strong role for unions in tech jobs, even as potential strikes are on the horizon


Wisconsin governor signs bill overhauling elementary reading education


Judge nixes Trump’s bid to move hush-money criminal case, keeping it in New York state court


The New York Times

Trump’s Legal Woes Mount as Trial Dates and Campaign Calendar Collide

Donald Trump could be charged with violating a civil rights law used in voting fraud cases, prosecutors suggested.


Survey of 30 U.S. Cities Shows Nearly 10 Percent Drop in Homicides in 2023



USA Today


DeSantis' Board of Education OKs new rules for African American history classes

Derek Chauvin to appeal George Floyd murder conviction to Supreme Court

How empathy can transform a student's bad behavior where school suspensions fall short



The Baltimore Sun


Officials name the 13-member task force that will chart the future of water infrastructure in Baltimore

After new research, Maryland to change Chesapeake Bay cleanup strategy

Baltimore County names new leaders for environment, economic development departments



The Washington Post


Former aide expected before grand jury as Trump faces possible charges

A longtime Federalist Society executive helped fund a media campaign lionizing Clarence Thomas

Tommie Broadwater Jr., former Md. senator and power broker, dies at 81



NJ.com


School bus monitor charged in seat belt death of N.J. 6-year-old student


Family wants to know how N.J. man wound up dead after police say he assaulted state trooper

Boys, 14, tried to steal cars at Atlantic City casino, cops say



The Los Angeles Times


Temecula school board outrage over LGBTQ+ lessons motivates Newsom to rush new textbook law


Would an occasional blackout help solve climate change?

France struggles to confront one of its biggest taboos: race



The Chicago Sun-Times

Former Northwestern football players go public with claims of a ‘culture’ of hazing, abuse

CST Editorial Board: Americans deserve the full truth about Trump’s role in Jan. 6 attack

Will Danny Solis take the witness stand? Ed Burke’s lawyers would like to know


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta law enforcement readies for a possible Trump indictment

Alabama to carry out first lethal injection after review of execution procedures

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s explicit visuals at Hunter Biden hearing draw rebuke

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