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Today in Black America - June 9

POSTED: June 09, 2023, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Trump indicted in classified documents case in a historic first for a former president

Trump indicted: What to know about the documents case and what's next

Supreme Court voting rights ruling stuns minority voters, who hope it expands their representation

The New York Times

Justice Department Charges Trump in Documents Case

Brooks: This Is Not the Time for a Third Presidential Candidate

The Supreme Court ruling on voting rights could resound across the South.

USA Today

Trump indicted for Mar-a-Lago classified documents. What's next?

Top takeaways as Donald Trump makes more history in second indictment

Supreme Court rejects Alabama map that diluted Black vote in surprise ruling

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police Commissioner Harrison to leave contract early; veteran Richard Worley nominated to replace him

CIAA basketball tournaments to remain in Baltimore through 2026 as officials announce 1-year extension

Johns Hopkins Medical School renames outpatient center after Levi Watkins Jr., first Black chief resident

Smoke clearing, air quality improving ahead of warm weekend in N.J.

Applying for Jersey City licenses, permits soon will be as easy as clicking a computer mouse

N.J. hospital names new president

The Washington Post

Trump charged in secret documents case

Video: How sensitive information should be handled

UDC names scientist and HBCU leader as its new president

The Los Angeles Times

Republicans sharpen attacks as Trump’s legal jeopardy grows

Supreme Court upholds Voting Rights Act in surprise ruling against Alabama Republicans

Opinion: Why today’s Supreme Court decision on voting rights is such a shock

The Chicago Sun-Times

Justice Department officials take interest in, praise Chicago anti-violence programs

Boy, 14, shot to death across the street from where brother was critically wounded years before: ‘Kids feel trapped,’ their mother says

CST Editorial Board: Republican states’ attack on voter records system is an attack on democracy

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Search for ineligible voters ends up verifying most of them in Fulton

Anger grows as Georgia panel further cuts diversity from teacher prep rules

Atlanta City Council OKs laws to improve access to affordable housing

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