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

Today in Black America - April 11

POSTED: April 11, 2024, 10:30 am

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USA Today

House GOP in chaos after conservatives, spurred by Trump, tank vote

New gun sales rules take aim at 'gun show loophole,' online sales

Nebraska governor pushes special session to pass Trump-backed winner-take-all legislation

The New York Times

How the G.O.P. Molded the Arizona Court That Upheld the Abortion Ban

Biden Administration Approves Expansion of Background Checks on Gun Sales

Trump Loses His 3rd Try in a Week to Delay Manhattan Trial

The Washington Post

Analysis: Where 2024 voters moved since 2020 — and how they registered

What to know about Trump’s New York charges — and any potential sentence

Justice Dept. finalizes rules to close ‘gun show loophole’

Republican House member calls his colleagues ‘moronic’

2 N.J. teens charged with attempted sexual assault of another teen

N.J. town approves new film studio in nod to Jersey movie history

The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Financial literacy is important for teens to learn along with math and science

SoCal will see spike in water rates, taxes to cover rising costs and conservation efforts

Cecil ‘Chip’ Murray, L.A. civil rights icon and spiritual leader, dead at 94

The Chicago Sun-Times

Mayor reverses course, will call for $70 million in funding for migrant care, key City Council member says

Killing of Dexter Reed raises questions about Chicago police reform. ‘The message is, go in guns blazing.’

Marc H. Morial: How Black colleges and universities have been underfunded by billions for decades

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

State prosecutor to investigate Lt. Gov. Burt Jones in Trump case

Atlanta school board extends interim superintendent’s contract

OPINION: Medical school presidents: Menthol cigarette ban will save Black lives

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