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Today in Black America - April 3

POSTED: April 03, 2024, 9:30 am

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The New York Times

Frustrated Prosecutors Ask Trump Documents Judge to Act on Key Claim

Ugandan Court Upholds Draconian Anti-Gay Law

An A.I. Researcher Takes On Election Deepfakes

The Associated Press

Video shows California deputies fatally shooting abducted teen as she surrenders

Yes, Americans are divided. But an AP-NORC poll shows they still agree on most core American values

Tennessee governor accepts resignation of Memphis judge indicted on coercion, harassment charges

The Washington Post

The California businessman financing Trump’s $175 million bond

Special counsel rebukes Cannon’s jury instruction order in Trump case

Analysis: ‘The threat is very real’: Trump’s defense of his attacks is rejected

USA Today

Oklahoma Supreme Court justices weigh a religious charter school. It would be first in US.

Donald Trump doubles down on 'bloodbath' warning as he criticizes Joe Biden's handling of the border

Campus building with PCBs linked to over 150 cancer cases at NC State, more tests coming

Right-wing media outlet retracts story that ripped Biden

20 N.J. residents charged in unemployment fraud sweep, state says

Ex-Trump insider who predicted ‘landslide’ has a new warning for GOP

The Los Angeles Times

As Paris Olympics near, Los Angeles officials worry about preparations for 2028

I spent 24 hours on Trump’s Truth Social so you don’t have to. No wonder it’s tanking

Who is Don Hankey, the L.A. billionaire who financed Donald Trump’s appeal bond?

The Chicago Sun-Times

Muslim leaders angry over Gaza reject chance to break bread with Biden: ‘We’re just in a different world’

Johnson chooses Pacione-Zayas as chief of staff; first Latina in role

How Eileen O’Neill Burke won the razor-thin primary for Cook County state’s attorney

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia GOP leader demands vice-chair resign after judge rules he voted illegally

OPINION: Cultivating civility and respect in an impatient and thoughtless world

Medical marijuana helps Georgians with pain, but not all can afford it

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