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Today in Black America - April 23

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The New York Times

New Group Joins the Political Fight Over Disinformation Online

A City Tries to Measure the Violence It’s Preventing

Columbia’s president may face a censure resolution in reaction to her testimony in Congress and the arrests of protesters.

USA Today

In landmark Supreme Court case, Trump's test case is Richard Nixon

Supreme Court rejects challenge to vote-by-mail restrictions in Texas

Bernie Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez boost Joe Biden's climate agenda on Earth Day

The Washington Post

Police arrest NYU antiwar protesters; Calif. students form barricade

Prosecutor: A tabloid pact led to Trump faking business records

Pennsylvania race previews Democrats’ plan to focus campaign on democracy

The Associated Press

‘Catch-and-kill’ to be described to jurors as testimony resumes in hush money trial of Donald Trump

Man who attacked police after storming US Capitol with Confederate flag gets over 2 years in prison

Pro-Palestinian protests sweep US college campuses following mass arrests at Columbia

The Los Angeles Times

Column: Without cameras in the courtroom, Trump has already won a major victory in hush money trial

Supreme Court divided on homelessness case that will affect California encampment policy

Granderson: Republicans aren’t protecting elections. They don’t want democracy

How this massive Route 80 rehabilitation project will impact N.J. drivers over the next decade

Cops crack N.J. cold case, charge 2 in 2008 murder, AG says

Prosecutors 1, Trump 0: Why ex-president lost opening arguments

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago police union files notice of appeal in case that would open serious discipline cases to the public

Toni Preckwinkle unanimously wins another term running Cook County Democratic Party

Michael Eric Dyson: The hard truth about Rainbow PUSH and why the Rev. Frederick Haynes III quit after 3 months

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Morehouse leaders wrestle with criticism ahead of Biden grad speech

Fulton DA Willis to skip campaign debate

Proposed Georgia law could make property “squatting” a crime

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