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Today in Black America - August 25

POSTED: August 25, 2023, 8:00 am

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USA Today

An arrest photo. A notorious jail. The Donald Trump arrest recapped

House Freedom Caucus member: Trump should tell supporters 'stand down'

Opinion: Trump's Georgia arrest isn't an anomaly. It's who the GOP is.

The Washington Post

Trump’s Georgia co-defendants and their charges

Opinion: Trump’s aggrieved victimhood is a recipe for carnage

The Fix Analysis: Americans aren’t sold on a Biden impeachment inquiry

N.J. woman wins revenge-porn case against teacher who posted nude photos of her online

N.J. Innocence Project helps overturn wrongful murder conviction after 27 years

N.J. hospital is first in nation to earn equity certification

The New York Times

The booking of Trump is only the start of a long legal process.

A Trump Mug Shot for History

Man Dies After N.Y.P.D. Sergeant Uses Cooler to Knock Him From Motorbike

The Associated Press

One image, one face, one American moment: The Donald Trump mug shot

Savannah picks emancipated Black woman to replace name of slavery advocate on historic square

Biden and Harris will meet with the King family on the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington

The Los Angeles Times

Cook’s Corner shooting: 3 killed by a retired cop hunting down his estranged wife

Litman: Donald Trump just saw the inside of a jailhouse — and possibly his own miserable future

California homelessness in spotlight as Supreme Court is urged to consider the right to camp

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Trump makes history by surrendering at Fulton jail

Fulton judge sets October trial date for Trump defendant

5 more Trump defendants booked at Fulton jail overnight

The Chicago Sun-Times

Three women who brought #MeToo allegations against Madigan circle find relief and hope in guilty verdict of ex-top aide

Anjanette Young, handcuffed naked, recalls decision to allow footage of botched CPD raid on her home to be released

Wire transfer scam victims say banks could stop the fraud — but don’t

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