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Today in Black America - November 20

POSTED: November 20, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

An appeals court is set to hear arguments asking for Trump’s gag order to be put back in place

Dissent over US policy in the Israel-Hamas war stirs unusual public protests from federal employees


DeSantis won’t condemn Musk for endorsing an antisemitic post. ‘I did not see the comment,’ he says


The New York Times

How Electricity Is Changing Around the World


Here’s what to know about Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial.

Texas Governor Endorses Trump, Lauding His Border Policies


USA Today

Why your 401(k) could soar now that Fed rate hikes appear to be over


Rosalynn Carter, former first lady who championed mental health, dies at 96


Joe Biden falls behind Donald Trump with young voters, a key group ahead of 2024, poll says


NJ.com


Adding cops, more security to schools rejected by voters in 2 N.J. districts

Newly-designed FAFSA form will help 610K new students access Pell Grants


Newark cuts ribbon on 9th new school since end of state takeover



The Washington Post


Rosalynn Carter, first lady who championed mental health, dies at 96

Vulgarities, insults, baseless attacks: Trump backers follow his lead


Latino backlash grows over Donald Trump’s friendly Univision interview


The Los Angeles Times


10 Freeway reopens in downtown L.A. after weeklong closure

Democrats are split on Israel and the race for Feinstein’s Senate seat, as 2024 looms


L.A. is going electric. Can it do so equitably?



The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announces reelection bid, says he wants to ‘finish the job’


Baltimore Museum of Art focuses on Native American artists as Indigenous people seek to overcome erasure


Equitable, efficient and reliable — a wish list for regional transit in the Baltimore area | GUEST COMMENTARY


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mayor Johnson begins process of kicking migrants out of city shelters; first ejections coming in January


Chicago cops tied to Oath Keepers barred from testifying in court, Kim Foxx decides

Former Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Michigan home spray-painted with the word ‘Nazis’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fearless Foundation gets funding boost from national diversity group


United Methodists vote to approve emotional split over LGBTQ issues

Schedule of funeral services, public ceremonies for former first lady




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