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Today in Black America - October 10

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The New York Times

Column: The Republican Meltdown Shows No Sign of Cooling Off

Who Runs the Best U.S. Schools? It May Be the Defense Department.


California’s New Senator Was a Labor Leader. Why Are Unions Upset With Her?


USA Today


Kevin McCarthy doesn't rule out returning as speaker while House remains frozen

Cops are on trial in two high-profile cases. Is it easier to prosecute police now?

US Postal Service proposes new postage stamp price hikes set to begin in 2024


The Washington Post


After years of exaggerating his business assets, Trump confronts them in court

Biden interviewed about classified documents found at his office, home

Opinion: The United States must recognize an independent Palestinian state



Associated Press


Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial resuming with ex-CFO Allen Weisselberg on the witness stand


Biden’s second try at student loan cancellation moves forward with debate over the plan’s details

Alabama library mistakenly adds children’s book to “explicit” list because of author’s name


The Baltimore Sun


Man shot dead near Clifton Park identified as Baltimore rapper President Davo, according to manager

3 of 4 killed in Prince George’s County crash involving stolen SUV fleeing attempted traffic stop were teens, police say


Officer fires gun after being struck by fleeing car Sunday night, Baltimore Police say; suspect arrested


NJ.com

Paterson police brass sue N.J. over state takeover of scandal-plagued PD

The face of addiction in N.J. is sometimes young, handsome and haunted

Striking nurses make their case at Rutgers meeting


The Los Angeles Times

‘America does not deserve me.’ Why Black people are leaving the United States

Hoping to lower dropout rates, Newsom bans ‘willful defiance’ suspensions through high school


Column: Black women pulled together for a Senate seat. Now it’s pulling Black women apart


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago’s theater community reacts to cultural arts ‘crisis’ report

CST Editorial Board: Clarity begins at home: No need for mayor to visit the border to understand migrant crisis

As migrant crisis grows will faith groups step up and offer unused buildings?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Athens DA targeted by oversight law to face election challenge


Top Senate Republicans seek to reprimand Fani Willis over Trump charges

‘We have work to do’: Atlanta’s interim superintendent talks to the AJC



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