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Today in Black America - November 10

POSTED: November 10, 2023, 9:00 am

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USA Today

This man had an answer to America's gun problem. Were we listening?

Converted Houston hotel houses more than 100 homeless veterans

'Book-banning crusade' across the U.S.: What does it cost American taxpayers?

The New York Times

Joe Manchin’s Retirement Adds Fuel to 2024 Rumors

House Republicans Clash Over Spending Days Ahead of Shutdown Deadline

Liberal Donor Group Targets New York and California House Seats for 2024

The Baltimore Sun

Marilyn Mosby has been convicted of perjury. What’s next for the former Baltimore state’s attorney?

Aggravated assaults drove higher violent crime rate at Maryland colleges in 2022

Baltimore mayor announces blueprint for downtown growth at Downtown Partnership event

N.J. corrections officer traded smuggled contraband for cash, authorities say

Gov. Murphy announces 30 more full-day preschool projects

Protestors call on Sen. Booker to support cease fire in Gaza

The Associated Press

Chase on Texas border that killed 8 puts high-speed pursuits in spotlight again

Texas judge rules against GOP lawsuit seeking to toss 2022 election result in Houston area

The Census Bureau sees an older, more diverse America in 2100 in three immigration scenarios

The Washington Post

When bullied students end their lives, parents are suing. And schools are paying

Majority-Black Wilmington, N.C., fell to White mob’s coup 125 years ago

U.S. government once again begins preparing for possible shutdown

The Los Angeles Times

The SAG-AFTRA strike is over, but few expect Hollywood to quickly bounce back

MLK Community Hospital says it could soon be unable to pay its bills

Calmes: Trump promises power grabs and vengeance if he wins in 2024. Here’s the plan.

The Chicago Sun-Times

Brandon Johnson wasn’t supposed to take campaign money from city contractors, but he did

Chicago police officer charged with striking 8th grade boy at South Side school

Ten-day paid leave plan passes City Council: Chicago employers must give workers more time off than other Illinois firms

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Training center opponents plan mass mobilization to the facility site

Worried Biden backers in Georgia prepare for 2024 vote

Cobb school board Democrats move to cut ties with redistricting law firm

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