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Today in Black America - September 7

POSTED: September 07, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

A lawsuit seeks to bar Trump from the primary in Colorado, citing Constitution’s insurrection clause


Hundreds of military promotions are on hold as Republican senator demands end to abortion policy

Georgia judge rules that Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro can be tried together starting Oct. 23


USA Today

Who do young Republicans want to win in 2024? It's not necessarily Donald Trump

Judge orders Texas to remove floating barriers aimed at discouraging migrants from entering US

CDC issues advisory for rare flesh-eating bacteria that has killed 12 Americans this year


The New York Times


Jan. 6 Rioters Have Been Held to Account. That Might Be the Easy Part.

Who’s Really Paying to Bus Migrants From the Border?

An immigration law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis could impact hurricane cleanup in Florida.


The Washington Post


Editorial: School officials are still arguing about teaching climate change

Analysis: Donald Trump’s eternally unrealized dream of swaying the Black vote

Texas must move floating border barriers in Rio Grande, U.S. judge says


The Los Angeles Times


Schiff and Porter increasingly dominate race for Senate, poll shows

Calmes: Watch while Kevin McCarthy puts on ‘impeachment theater’ and the government teeters

L.A. sees over 40,000 eviction notices this year, many to upscale apartments


The Baltimore Sun

Thinking outside the lunch box: How Baltimore City is trying to make school meals appeal to students

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon to run again in 2024, apologizes again for crimes that forced her from office

Baltimore Police will try to catch red flags in officer behaviors, before misconduct, with $2.5 million early intervention system


NJ.com


‘It isn’t pretty at all.’ N.J. school districts scramble to fill vacancies.

N.J. real estate investor admits role in $1M mortgage fraud scheme, feds say

Man dies after jumping from high rise building in busy downtown intersection, police say


The Chicago Sun-Times

Teen who saved 10-year-old’s life in South Chicago shooting in 2020 shot dead on Labor Day

West Side pastor killed by man she helped, police say; ‘A lot of people are in shock’

A top CPS official ousted in PPP fraud investigation: schools inspector general


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia Tech to pay $500,000 to settle job board discrimination claims

Fulton DA Fani Willis seeks to shield jurors in Trump trial


Fulton judge ‘skeptical’ of trying all 19 Trump defendants together




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