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Today in Black America - December 27

POSTED: December 27, 2023, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Trust is low and pessimism up before the Republican primaries, an AP-NORC poll finds

Police investigating incidents involving Colorado justices after Trump removed from state’s ballot

DeSantis spread false information while pushing trans health care ban and restrictions, a judge says

The New York Times

A Fake Trump Elector in Michigan Told Prosecutors of Regret and Anger

About 3,500 migrant families in New York City shelters have received eviction notices

Americans Are Signing Up for Obamacare in Record Numbers

The Washington Post

After Sandy Hook, they voted no. Now these senators want new gun laws.

Maryland’s budget troubles revive debate about taxing the rich

Americans tell us why they’re feeling better — or worse — about the economy

USA Today

Immigration court backlog tops 3 million cases amid record migration

Student loan payments restarted after a COVID pause. Why the economy is barely feeling it.

House Democrat blasts Trump's Christmas message telling rivals to 'rot in hell'

The ANCHOR deadline is here. Don’t miss out on the money.

Armed robber forces man to withdraw cash from ATM, police told

He’s 10 and just wrote a book about global warming. | Calavia-Robertson

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott gets engaged to girlfriend Hana Pugh

Study: Maryland public transportation fails to reach jobs

Can blockchain help Baltimore with its vacant property problem?

The Los Angeles Times

Everyone seems to be sick with respiratory illness in California. Here’s why

Their land is sinking. But Tulare Lake farm barons defy calls to cut groundwater pumping

Trump says he will never stop trying to repeal Obamacare. California would feel the biggest impact

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Teacher sounded alarm on Paulding’s high school credit recovery courses

Will the metro Atlanta suburbs say yes to bus rapid transit?

Georgia election board chairman to be replaced by a new Republican

The Chicago Sun-Times

Inmate found dead in Cook County Jail cell

Chicago could move away from school choice. Here’s what that means for parents and students

Chicago City Council Hall of Shame: Ed Burke becomes 38th member convicted in half a century

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