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Today in Black America - September 27

POSTED: September 27, 2023, 7:30 am

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USA Today

Trump defrauded banks enroute to his financial empire, judge rules

Judge refuses to block grant program for Black women

'Sad day': 3 South Carolina teens dead in barrage of gunfire

The Washington Post

N.Y. judge finds Donald Trump committed business fraud for a decade

D.C. surpasses 200 homicides for the year at earliest date since 1997, as violence surges in nation’s capital

Sen. Bob Menendez faces rapidly growing calls to resign from Senate colleagues

The New York Times

Judge Finds Trump Committed Fraud by Inflating Property Values

Ruling Against Trump Cuts to the Heart of His Identity

Decades Later, Closed Military Bases Remain a Toxic Menace

N.J. voters approve merging 3 school districts into 1

Crime is down in N.J. city after takeover of troubled police department. Here’s how.

Government shutdown: What is it? What is open, what closes during a shut down?

The Associated Press

Sen. Bob Menendez will appear in court in his bribery case as he rejects calls to resign

In a win for Black voters in redistricting case, Alabama to get new congressional lines

Black Americans express concerns about racist depictions in news media, lack of coverage efforts

The Los Angeles Times

‘A ticking time bomb’: Why California can’t provide safe drinking water to all its residents

LAUSD moves to bar charter schools from scores of campuses, citing tensions

Man shot by LAPD officers who mistook cellphone for gun wins $2.35 million at trial

The Baltimore Sun

Plaintiffs in BGE gas regulator lawsuit seek damages for unwanted installations

Police identify 15-year-old killed in West Baltimore shooting near closed elementary school, rec center

Carroll County home sales drop 24.7% compared with last year, as sale prices jump 11.7%

The Chicago Sun-Times

With federal shutdown looming, what does it mean for Chicago and the state?

Garbage brawl called ‘textbook’ environmental racism

Murder charges dropped after man imprisoned 30 years: ‘I’m not bitter’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Supreme Court decision signals Georgia redistricting map makeover

Georgia SAT scores down slightly, but fell less than national average

Fulton DA prosecuting Trump, Young Thug says her family has been threatened

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