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Today in Black America - July 18

POSTED: July 18, 2023, 7:00 am

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USA Today


Trump's push to block 2020 investigation rejected by Georgia court

Judge blocks 6-week abortion ban as court challenge continues in Iowa

Missing Alabama woman found after vanishing while reporting lost child


The New York Times

Trump Documents Hearing Could Set Off Lengthy Fight Over Classified Evidence


First Hispanic Police Commissioner Has Deep Roots in the N.Y.P.D.


City Approves Design for Shirley Chisholm Monument in Prospect Park


The Associated Press

GOP and FBI are at odds as Republicans move to stop the agency’s new headquarters after Trump probes

Biden campaign staffs up with former White House aide Cedric Richmond and fundraising leaders

Alabama Republicans reject call for 2nd majority Black district, despite Supreme Court ruling



The Baltimore Sun

LSU women’s basketball star, Randallstown native Angel Reese honored Monday with court dedication

With nomination of acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley, City Council confirmation process starts

A downtown Baltimore office tower sold for $66M in 2015. It just sold for less than half that amount.


NJ.com

N.Y. news station mourning death of veteran meteorologist

N.J. teen’s body recovered from Delaware Water Gap 3 days after disappearing

At Newark’s AileyCamp, dance is just one form of expression


The Washington Post


The housing market recession is already ending


D.C. mayor selects Pamela A. Smith as new police chief


Analysis: What to make of the acting national cyber director not getting the full-time job



The Los Angeles Times


‘A lot of blood in the water.’ Why actors’ and writers’ strikes are a big blow to Hollywood studios

Ashley Butts, daughter of Inglewood mayor, guilty of conspiracy in beating of landlord

Halle Bailey supports fellow Disney princess Rachel Zegler amid ‘Snow White’ backlash


The Chicago Sun-Times


Ex-Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli ‘misused confidential information,’ inspector general finds

Barack Obama, in TikTok starring Kankakee Public Library staffers, launches drive against book bans


‘Fighter for freedom’: Kamala Harris praises legacy of the Rev. Jesse Jackson at Rainbow PUSH Coalition convention


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia’s top court rejects Trump’s bid to quash grand jury report

No elections takeover: Georgia board clears Fulton County

Fulton rolls out ‘transformational’ $90 million literacy program





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