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Today in Black America - April 10

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USA Today

Barr: DOJ could have 'very good evidence' in Trump documents case

5 ways abortion access has changed since end of Roe v. Wade

AOC calls on White House to ignore abortion pill ruling. Can that happen?


The Associated Press


Nashville council to vote on restoring expelled Tennessee lawmaker

Trump’s response to criminal charges revives election lies

Proud Boys leaders’ Jan. 6 sedition trial inches to a close


The Washington Post


Casey announces bid for fourth Senate term in Pennsylvania, boosting Democrats

Stress linked to 37 percent higher chance of cognitive issues after 45


Here’s what Maryland lawmakers did this session


NJ.com


Rutgers strike: Latest on historic standoff as union picketing starts today

Jersey City police officer fired for striking pedestrian while responding to call plans to fight for job

Imam stabbed at N.J. mosque during morning prayers, cops say


The New York Times

How the Latest Leaked Files Are Different From Past Breaches

New York City Offers Free Preschool. Why Are 30,000 Spots Empty?

Will North Carolina Be the ‘Beginning of the End’ of the Medicaid Expansion Fight?


The Baltimore Sun

Two teens shot Sunday night in Inner Harbor, Baltimore Police say; youth curfew to be enforced


Maryland lawmakers send cannabis legalization, gun control bills to governor ahead of Monday deadline

Maryland Food Bank stretched by federal cut to food assistance


The Los Angeles Times

L.A. County lifted eviction ban. What’s next for tenants?

Smith: This bill could be California’s last shot at cannabis equity


Fox News settles 2020 election-related defamation suit with Venezuelan businessman


The Chicago Sun-Times


Downtown’s doldrums will soon land in Mayor-elect Johnson’s lap

Mary Mitchell: Black establishment leaders who backed Paul Vallas’ losing campaign against Brandon Johnson big losers in mayor’s election

Chicago man who recorded himself inside Nancy Pelosi’s office convicted in Jan. 6 riot


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


DOWNEY: Affirmative action ban may widen debate on college admissions


Capitol Recap: Kemp veto keeps tuition out of Georgia legislators’ hands

TORPY: Buckhead Bill heads to lakefront. Cityhood movement dries up





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