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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 23

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The New York Times

Almost 6,000 Dead in 6 Years: How Baltimore Became the U.S. Overdose Capital

Another Provocative Flag Was Flown at Another Alito Home


Biden Plans to Designate Kenya as a Crucial Ally During Its Leader’s Visit


The Associated Press

Ex-top prosecutor for Baltimore to be sentenced for mortgage fraud and perjury convictions

Biden administration canceling student loans for another 160,000 borrowers

Moms for Liberty to spend over $3 million targeting presidential swing state voters


USA Today

Opinion: How a former Trump intern is working to sabotage the Georgia case

Family still looking for answers after SC teen, unborn child found dead: Here's what we know about Maylashia Hogg

Trump ally Rick Scott gets in race to replace Mitch McConnell as Senate GOP leader


NJ.com

Atlantic City casino profits declined nearly 10% in first quarter of 2024

Supreme Court Justice’s Jersey Shore home at center of new ethics scandal


PSE&G admits it overcharged some customers for years. But how much?


The Washington Post


Trump electors in key states want to serve again, despite criminal charges

For Trump, two days filled with backpedaling and baseless attacks


Biden has appointed 201 judges, boosting diversity of federal courts


The Los Angeles Times


UCLA Chancellor Gene Block to tell Congress ‘we should have been prepared to immediately remove the encampment’

California could boot thousands of immigrants from program that aids the elderly and disabled

Anita Hill-led Hollywood Commission wants to change how workers report sexual harassment


The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS board, Springfield could hold dueling votes on school cops

City Council vote could allow members to keep ShotSpotter in their wards

Johnson lays groundwork to restore Ramirez-Rosa to his City Council leadership team


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


City leaders show off Atlanta to president and first lady of Kenya

Fulton DA Willis easily defeats primary challenger

Analysis: Some of the biggest lessons of the Georgia primaries are in the losses








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