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Today in Black America - April 10

POSTED: April 10, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

What to know about the Arizona Supreme Court ruling that reinstates an 1864 near-total abortion ban

Biden administration imposes first-ever national drinking water limits on toxic PFAS

Judge in Trump’s classified files case agrees to redact witness names, granting prosecution request

The New York Times

A judge rejected Donald Trump’s latest attempt to delay his criminal case in Manhattan, which is scheduled for Monday.

Trump Allies Have a Plan to Hurt Biden’s Chances: Elevate Outsider Candidates

Ex-Assistant Principal at School Where 6-Year-Old Shot Teacher Is Indicted

USA Today

Chicago cops fired 96 shots at Black man pulled over for no seatbelt

Former 'Goon Squad' officers who 'tortured' 2 Black men face state sentencing

Controversial spying law reignites infighting among House Republicans

The Washington Post

Some Jan. 6 rioters win early release, even before key Supreme Court ruling

Virginia militia member raised suspicion, then alarm with talk of bombs

Colorado GOP ousts reporter from event, claiming ‘unfair’ coverage

The Los Angeles Times

An L.A. family horror: Children pushed out of moving car on 405, mother dead, partner fatally stabbed

Opinion: How tenant unions are finding power in numbers to fight L.A.’s housing crisis

Opinion: I was homeless in college. California can do more for students who sleep in their cars

English teacher sexually assaulted student in N.J. nature preserve, authorities allege

N.J. school board member, wife stole $53K from PTA and football club, cops say

After 900 people spoke out against it, NJ Transit set to vote on 15% fare hike

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lori Lightfoot hired to investigate embattled Dolton Mayor Tiffany Henyard

As Cook County mourns Clerk Karen Yarbrough, planning starts to pick her successor

Watchdog chief questions whether Chicago cops lied about why they stopped Dexter Reed before killing him in exchange of gunfire

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Trump’s high-dollar Atlanta fundraiser puts MAGA hierarchy in Georgia on display

Atlanta school board extends search for new superintendent

‘Silent Cavalry’: Not all Southerners wanted the Confederacy to win

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