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Today in Black America - October 3

POSTED: October 03, 2023, 6:00 am

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USA Today

Winners and losers from the shocking government shutdown fight

Gaetz moves to oust McCarthy from speakership

Donald Trump’s real estate fraud trial begins in New York: What you missed.


The New York Times

Trump Attacks Attorney General and Judge as His Fraud Trial Begins

Justice Thomas Recuses as Supreme Court Turns Down Appeal From Eastman

U.N. Approves Kenya-Led Security Mission to Help Haiti Stamp Out Gangs



The Associated Press


DeSantis said he would support a 15-week abortion ban, after avoiding a direct answer for months


Years of research laid the groundwork for speedy COVID-19 shots

The Supreme Court opens its new term with a case about prison terms for drug dealers


The Washington Post


Gaetz files motion to oust McCarthy as House speaker

Analysis: Democrats can’t really save McCarthy


New York’s $250 million fraud trial against Donald Trump gets underway



The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Council approves Richard Worley as city’s next police commissioner


Community health workers can experience the same challenges as those they serve, Baltimore study shows

Wilbur E. ‘Bill’ Cunningham, Baltimore City Council member during Burns and Schmoke administrations, dies


NJ.com


22-year-old woman dies after Paterson’s third shooting in 1 day, police say


N.J. university cop traded PBA card for forged insurance docs, authorities allege

Man admits role in interstate burglary spree targeting Asian American business owners


The Los Angeles Times


California’s incoming senator, Laphonza Butler, describes her whirlwind trip into history


Will she run or won’t she? Laphonza Butler’s appointment could scramble California Senate race

Opinion: How far are the Supreme Court justices willing to go to remake constitutional law?



The Chicago Sun-Times


Pritzker presses Biden for more help as migrant buses double: ‘Illinois stands mostly unsupported against this enormous strain’

Migrant shelter plan at Amundsen Park field house draws City Council member’s ire

Post-pandemic, ‘crisis’ in Chicago’s cultural arts scene is real, new report finds


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta City Council approves $3.75M settlement in police custody death


Revered journalist Sonia Murray on covering Atlanta hip-hop’s rise


As Kaiser Permanente employees prepare to strike, Georgia to be spared







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