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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 - May 13

POSTED: May 13, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Trump trial arrives at a pivotal moment: Star witness Michael Cohen is poised to take the stand

Less alcohol, or none at all, is one path to better health

They made one-of-a-kind quilts that captured the public’s imagination. Then Target came along

The New York Times

Democrats Lead in 4 Races That Could Decide Senate Control

Dartmouth’s Leader Called In Police Quickly. The Fallout Was Just as Swift.

Priced Out of Housing, Communities Take Development Into Their Own Hands

USA Today

Maryland, West Virginia and Nebraska hold tough primaries: What to watch

He went to prison for Jan. 6. Now he's running for Congress.

Patients face longer trips, less access to health care after Walmart shuts clinics

The Washington Post

Analysis: State Republican parties are going rogue

Sen. Bob Menendez’s trial, where gold bars may shine, begins today

In homestretch of Md. U.S. Senate primary, identity is center stage

Grads walk out of Rutgers commencement in pro-Palestinian protest

N.J. state trooper who died in training will be laid to rest this week

N.J.’s senior U.S. senator is on trial for corruption. Again. Will this time be different?

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. mayor’s dog helped stop man who shouted ‘Karen!’ during break-in, sources say

Calmes: Our elections have integrity. These politicians do not

L.A. County captures 96 billion gallons of water during ‘super year’ of storms

The Chicago Sun-Times

Trump audited for double-dipping tax breaks on Chicago’s Trump Tower: report

On Mother's Day, moms of missing refuse to give up searching and hoping

Alden Loury: ‘Shame of Chicago’ examined housing bias. Let’s do the same for employment discrimination.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

OPINION: 70 years after Brown, Georgia is moving in the wrong direction

Emory to celebrate grads off-site amid upheaval on campus

Georgia sees drop in medical resident applicants after Supreme Court abortion ruling

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