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June 22, 2024

Stellar television journalist, the late Ed Bradley, graduate of Cheyney State University, was born on this date in 1941 in Philadelphia.

Today in Black America - June 3

POSTED: June 03, 2024, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Here’s Where Donald Trump’s Other Cases Stand

Fake News Reports and Videos Seek to Undermine the Paris Olympics

Fauci to Face Grilling by Republican Committee on Covid Origins


The Washington Post

Billions in taxpayer dollars now go to religious schools via vouchers


Tulsa’s Black Wall Street could soon become a national monument

Teacher put on leave for holding mock slave auction, using racial slur


USA Today

Will the Senate vote to protect contraception access? Lawmakers expected to take up bill this week

How to avoid this hidden summer health risk that affects 1 in 10 Americans


An African American holiday predating Juneteenth was nearly lost to history. It's back.


The Associated Press


Prosecutors to dismiss charges against Minnesota trooper who shot motorist Ricky Cobb

Elizabeth Warren warns of efforts to limit abortion in states that have protected access


Ex-NJ officer sentenced to 27 years in shooting death of driver, wounding of passenger in 2019 chase


NJ.com

First post-conviction polls are in: Major warning signs for Trump (even among GOP voters)

‘Hypocrites’: Trump, GOP politicians and Fox hosts brutally roasted with their own tweets

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


The Los Angeles Times


Who should be the next LAPD chief? Public shrugs as city asks for input

After 13 years, a homeless Angeleno broke into her old, vacant home and wants to stay forever

California has underestimated the epic potential of future flooding, research shows


The Chicago Sun-Times


Russian propaganda push expected in Chicago for Democratic National Convention, experts say

Illinois' use of cameras that read license plates amounts to 'dragnet surveillance,' lawsuit alleges

University of Chicago faculty, City Council members criticize withholding degrees of encampment protesters



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta scrambles to prevent water crisis from spreading

Old pipes, tight spaces: Why Atlanta water repairs took so long


Trial starts today for ex-officer charged in death of teen Susana Morales




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