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Today in Black America - January 10

POSTED: January 10, 2024, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Here are five takeaways from the appeals court hearing on former President Trump’s immunity claim.

One of Trump’s Oldest Tactics in Business and Politics: I’m Rubber. You’re Glue.

In Florida, New School Laws Have an Unintended Consequence: Bureaucracy

The Associated Press

Video appears to show the Israeli army shot 3 Palestinians, killing 1, without provocation

AI-powered misinformation is the world’s biggest short-term threat, Davos report says

What to know about changes to this year’s FAFSA application for college students

The Washington Post

Violent political threats surge as 2024 begins, haunting American democracy

Tornadoes devastate parts of Gulf Coast as storms sweep U.S.

Money issues, juvenile justice to animate Md. General Assembly session

N.J. school district cancels part of February break after flooding closures

Murphy pitches cutting costs for N.J. families, more abortion access, big AI moves in State of State

Menendez calls charges a ‘persecution,’ denies bribery allegations involving Qatar, reports say

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland AG defends Child Victims Act in constitutional challenge by Catholic Archdiocese of Washington

Baltimore County Police officers fatally shot a man after a domestic disturbance call at a Pikesville hotel

Baltimore’s Police Accountability Board questions promotion of BPD captain despite pending complaint: ‘Really, really serious matter’

The Los Angeles Times

Appeals court judges appear skeptical of Trump presidential immunity argument

Maulings by California police dogs linked to lack of regulation, ACLU report finds

Nation’s largest single-family home landlord to pay $3.7 million in California rent-gouging case

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Older Americans say they feel trapped in Medicare Advantage plans

Georgia 6th: Richardson plans to run against fellow Democrat McBath for Congress

VP Harris visits ‘ground zero’ for voting rights battle in Atlanta

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Public Schools told to add more training for vendors, address sexual and financial misconduct in annual report from Office of Inspector General

Harvard Health: Could men with advanced prostate cancer avoid chemotherapy?

Ephraim Lee: Chicago leaders turn away from who is doing the killing in Black communities

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