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Today in Black America - June 29

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The Associated Press


Aide: Trump dismissed Jan. 6 threats, wanted to join crowd

1/6 Takeaways: Angry Trump, dire legal warnings and ketchup


Some Colorado GOP hardliners fall short in primary elections


The New York Times

Cassidy Hutchinson distinguished herself as the most powerful witness yet in the investigation.

Experts Say Revelations Could Be Path Toward Future Charges

Giuliani on Defensive After Uproar Over Assault Claim


The Washington Post

Election deniers in Colo. rejected in favor of more moderate Republicans

Trump sought to lead armed mob to Capitol, aide says


Analysis: Trump’s had bad moments, but few worse than Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony


NJ.com

New Jersey City University president steps down; school declares financial emergency

N.J. reports 2,500 COVID cases, 16 deaths. Test positivity rate remains high
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New monkeypox case reported in N.J. as US officials announce more steps against outbreak


USA Today


Cassidy Hutchinson delivers devastating testimony against Trump

Former WH aide tells of Trump's altercation in limo

Wisconsin's AG sues to block state's abortion ban


The Chicago Sun-Times


Only 1 in 5 Chicago voters cast ballots in primary, an 8-year low

CST Editorial Board: Trump’s corruption on Jan. 6 becomes clearer in riveting new testimony

‘Right to Offend’: How generations of Black comedians turned hot-button issues into hilarity


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Judge drops prison time for former Atlanta principal in cheating case

Atlanta to start city ambulance service after frustrations mount with Grady EMS

Atlanta Office of Inspector General has investigated 32 complaints in first 18 months


The Los Angeles Times


Calmes: Brett Kavanaugh’s Roe vote proved it again, He has a problem with truth


Trump’s wrath at Jan. 6 committee has McCarthy in an awkward spot


First photos of WNBA’s Brittney Griner appearing in a Russian court





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