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June 23, 2024

Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

Today in Black America - March 7

POSTED: March 07, 2024, 7:30 am

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Associated Press

The Biden and Trump campaigns are readying for their rematch, starting with rival events in Georgia

‘Bloody Sunday’ in Selma for civil rights movement

8 teens wounded by gunfire at Philadelphia bus stop in city’s 4th transit shooting in as many days

The New York Times

South Africa Asks U.N. Court to Act as Hunger Worsens in Gaza

Weirdly Warm Winter Has Climate Fingerprints All Over It, Study Says

Alabama Passes Law to Protect I.V.F. Treatments

The Washington Post

Supreme Court sets Trump immunity claim in D.C. trial for April 25

Bernie Sanders’s private warning to Biden about the 2024 campaign

TSA unveils first self-screening security line at Las Vegas airport

USA Today

What to know about State of the Union guest Dr. Caitlin Bernard

Gaza war at 5 months: 30,000 dead, an enclave in ruins, a population in agony

Opinion: Nikki Haley drops out of 2024 election. As a Gen Z Republican, I won't vote for Trump.

Arrest made in hit-and-run that left N.J. cheerleader in critical condition

N.J. city to get 69 senior units at vacant affordable housing complex

N.J. politician lied about being a Navy SEAL and must resign, party leaders say

The Los Angeles Times

How Trump propelled Schiff to the general election — and likely a Senate seat

Newsom’s Prop. 1 holds narrow lead in California primary

What will Biden say on immigration? Border agent and ‘Dreamers’ expected at State of the Union

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Civil rights attorney to challenge Scott McAfee, judge in Fulton Trump case

Senate committee hears testimony on DA Fani Willis

More Black women say abortion is their top issue in the 2024 election, a survey finds

The Chicago Sun-Times

Why aren’t more families in need getting food aid from the established federal nutrition program WIC?

Votes on Johnson’s ‘Bring Chicago Home’ referendum to help the unhoused should be counted, judges rule

Protests & peace — Chicago ready for demonstrators at Dem convention, but police won’t ‘tolerate violence’

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