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Today in Black America - October 30

POSTED: October 30, 2023, 6:00 am

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USA Today

Maine shooting may be worst-ever affecting deaf community with 4 dead

'This is a big crisis': House Republicans clash with their fellow lawmakers over Israel, Ukraine aid

The 14th Amendment could spoil Donald Trump's re-election chances

The New York Times

Federal Judge Reinstates Gag Order on Donald Trump in Election Case

Why Illegal Border Crossings Are at Sustained Highs

The Latest Target for California Conservatives? Local School Boards

The Associated Press

In Mississippi, most voters will have no choice about who represents them in the Legislature

Some striking UAW members carry family legacies, Black middle-class future along with picket signs

Misinformation is flowing ahead of Ohio abortion vote. Some is coming from a legislative website

The Baltimore Sun

Marilyn Mosby’s perjury trial in federal court comes at a turning point for polarizing former Baltimore prosecutor

Morgan State stands in the middle among Maryland schools in federal data on campus crime, despite high-profile shooting

Overhauling Baltimore’s Harborplace: Developer to seek approvals for $500M investment in office and apartment towers

Here’s what people really think about N.J.’s electric vehicle mandate

For the second time in 4 years, fire engulfs abandoned Newark mansion

Off-duty N.J. cop pointed gun at driver in road rage incident, lawsuit says

The Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Crooked lawyers were crucial to Trump’s Jan. 6 plot. We clearly need to reform the profession

A new SoCal underground water storage project aims to keep supplies flowing during drought

Feds say Colorado River water cuts are sufficient to stave off immediate risks

The Washington Post

Judge reimposes restrictions on Trump’s speech in Jan. 6 case

Hearing this week on scheduling of Trump’s classified-documents trial

More Democrats warn Biden about how Israel is conducting response

The Chicago Sun-Times

CST Editorial Board: There’s no place for Oath Keepers and other far-right extremists among Chicago police

Assistant in Illinois emergency agency quits amid questions over pay that peaked at $48K a month

‘Power and control’ frame Edward Burke’s legacy. A federal jury will soon decide that legacy’s ending.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Study: Minority status plays role in depression in college students

Boys graduate high school at lower rates than girls, with lifelong consequences

4 teens shot after altercation at house party in DeKalb, police say

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