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Today in Black America - May 31

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The New York Times

Trump Guilty on 34 Counts in Hush-Money Trial

Polls can’t predict how voters will respond to the verdict. But any losses for Donald Trump could be pivotal.

THE EDITORIAL BOARD: Donald Trump, Felon


The Washington Post


Trump is a felon. Here’s why that could matter in the 2024 race.

Opinion: Trump lost on 34 felony counts – and a lot more

Chief Justice Roberts declines to meet with Democrats on court ethics



The Associated Press


South Africa heading for ‘coalition country’ as partial election results have ANC falling under 50%

Tens of billions of dollars in gold flows illegally out of Africa each year, a new report says

Degree attainment rates are increasing for US Latinos but pay disparities remain


USA Today


Donald Trump is now a convicted felon: Can he still run for president?

Has corporate America kept its promises to Black America?


In Supreme Court NRA ruling, justices issue unanimous decision in favor of gun group


NJ.com


Feds say this gang is ruining N.J. neighborhood. They just charged 24 alleged members.

Leader of N.J. carjacking, robbery crew gets 16 years in prison

Dozens of new electric school buses coming to N.J. See which districts.


The Los Angeles Times


Ali: The jury has spoken. What happens next will be a great test of American democracy

Editorial: Even before guilty verdict, Trump was unfit to serve

Judge tosses lawsuit challenging Mayor Karen Bass’ emergency declaration on homelessness


The Chicago Sun-Times


Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

CST Editorial Board: Chicagoans in food deserts can’t ‘Save A Lot’ when there’s no store in sight

Chicago's top watchdog raises alarms about police tactics for protests during Democratic convention


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Michael Mauldin’s fight to preserve and honor Black music

US Rep. Lucy McBath says she’s open to 2026 bid for Georgia governor

‘New’ Georgia system to monitor campaign donations turned out to be a bust




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