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Today in Black America - January 19

POSTED: January 19, 2024, 7:30 am

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The New York Times

Trump Asks Supreme Court to Rule He Is Eligible to Hold Office

Johnson’s Big Problem: House Republicans Lack a Governing Majority

A Moonshot Plan to Fill a Cavernous, Dilapidated Armory in the Bronx

The Washington Post

Congress passes stopgap bill to avert government shutdown

McConnell, Republican lawmakers sign Supreme Court brief that supports Trump remaining on 2024 ballot

How racist was our country? Take a look at the numbers.

USA Today

Latest student debt relief: $5 billion for longtime borrowers, public servants

Trump or Biden in 2024? For many disillusioned voters it's none of the above

How much could Donald Trump owe for defaming E. Jean Carroll?

The Baltimore Sun

Ballot question financed by Sinclair Broadcast Group chair slashing council size garners 25K+ signatures

Marilyn Mosby case: Jury chosen for former Baltimore state’s attorney’s mortgage fraud trial

Loyola University Maryland reckons with ties to slavery in new report

The Associated Press

A man cleared in a 1996 Brooklyn killing said for decades he knew who did it. Prosecutors now agree

Congress votes to avert a shutdown and keep the government funded into early March

Justice Department report details how the shooting at a school in Uvalde, Texas, unfolded

Owner of 90 nursing homes admits $38M tax fraud scheme, authorities say

It’s no slam dunk, but Hudson pol and local hoops legend Jerry Walker exploring run for Jersey City mayor

Cops didn’t need warrant to open suitcase left behind by fleeing man, N.J. Supreme Court rules

The Los Angeles Times

America needs an immigration debate — just not the one we’re having

Malls have rebounded thanks to an unlikely source: Gen Z

Editorial: Nanoplastics are dangerous — and they are in your ‘pure’ bottled water

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta homicides drop 21% after focus on combating guns and gangs

Fulton DA accuses special prosecutor’s wife of ‘interfering’ with Trump probe

Spelman College receives biggest single donation with $100 million gift

The Chicago Sun-Times

Black parents caught in middle of Chicago’s school choice debate

Lightfoot launches organization to help community groups

We must invest public dollars to address racial inequality

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