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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 10

POSTED: June 10, 2024, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press


Trump will have a probation interview today, a required step in the hush money case

In their own words: What young people wish they’d known about social media


Georgia Republican convicted in Jan. 6 riot walks out during televised congressional primary debate


The New York Times

He Said He Was Ashamed of Storming the Capitol. Now He’s Running for Office.

In Arizona, Life Sentences for Juveniles Test Supreme Court Precedents

OpenAI Insiders Warn of a ‘Reckless’ Race for Dominance


The Washington Post

Microplastics are infiltrating our organs, threatening our health

Republicans pitch tax cuts for corporations, the wealthy in 2025

Trump’s incendiary claim that Biden lost 88,000 children, with many now ‘dead’


USA Today


Hidden homeownership costs are rising. Here's how they stack up.

As inflation persists, Americans are scrimping. And splurging.

'Disingenuous at best': Gretchen Whitmer hits Kristi Noem, other GOP officials over contraception bill


NJ.com


Teen girl arrested after stabbing person during large fight near Jersey Shore

Boardwalk turbulences raises questions about kids -- and cops | Editorial

After 5 weeks, Pro-Palestinian encampment at N.J. university is broken up without arrests


The Los Angeles Times


String of earthquakes rattles Southern California. Are they telling us something bigger?


Editorial: California’s next school bond should include money for grass, trees and green spaces on campuses

‘Good ole boys’ Pasadena police gang attacked, demeaned nonwhite officers, suits claim


The Chicago Sun-Times


Students walk out of Northwestern commencement protesting Israel-Hamas war


Chicago’s homeless population increased threefold, a city snapshot shows, owing largely to migrants

Neil Steinberg: Put down the Colgate, honey. Reproductive rights, voting rights — and the need to fight for them
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The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jan. 6 rioter in US House runoff storms off Atlanta debate stage

Heat waves could spell trouble for pregnant Georgians

Shanequa Gay looks back at family’s Black Southern roots to move forward



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