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Today in Black America - October 25

POSTED: October 25, 2023, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Another Day of G.O.P. Chaos Winds Up With Speaker Nominee No. 4

With Plea Deals in Georgia Trump Case, Fani Willis Is Building Momentum


Richard Roundtree, Star of ‘Shaft,’ Dies at 81



USA Today


'Afraid to be pregnant': How Ohio became the next abortion battleground


American workers are feeling confident in the current job market: 4 charts explain why

Panera Bread's ‘Charged Lemonade’ being blamed for student's death, family files lawsuit



The Washington Post

Michael Cohen and Trump meet again during civil fraud trial

Americans are aware of just how old Biden and Trump are

Jenna Ellis, a Trump attorney and co-defendant in Georgia case, pleads guilty



The Associated Press


Boston councilmember wants hearing to consider renaming Faneuil Hall due to slavery ties

Few transplant surgeons are Black. Giving medical students a rare peek at organ donation may help


Jenna Ellis becomes latest Trump lawyer to plead guilty over efforts to overturn Georgia’s election



NJ.com

College student from N.J. dies after drinking Panera Charged Lemonade, lawsuit says


Public works crew abandons N.J. town’s offices over 40+ fire code violations


Judge backtracks, rescinds misconduct reprimand against N.J. prosecutor



The Baltimore Sun

Teenager in stable condition after being shot Tuesday behind Edmondson Heights Elementary School in Woodlawn

Audit: Maryland Dept. of Health unable to provide documentation it received $1.4B in owed federal funding

Black and Hispanic faculty underrepresented in Maryland public universities, data system shows


The Los Angeles Times


Opinion: Why the Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell guilty pleas are so dire for Donald Trump

Column: How Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid tried to take over healthcare — and failed

Muslim parents say LAUSD ‘pro-Israel’ statement made their kids targets


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago’s top cop vows ‘stringent’ efforts to root out officers with extremist ties after investigation by WBEZ, Sun-Times

Illinois among 33 states suing Meta, alleging its platforms have harmed kids

Mayor slams move to hide cop misconduct hearings from the public


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Federal lawsuit alleges underfunding of Georgia’s three public HBCUs

Foster care problems in Georgia, elsewhere subject of Senate hearing today

State warns of con artists posing as Georgia parole officials






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