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June 23, 2024

Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

Today in Black America - May 24

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The New York Times

Trump’s Pattern of Sowing Election Doubt Intensifies in 2024

Decades in the Making, a New Era Dawns for the N.C.A.A.: Paying Athletes Directly

She Just Earned Her Doctorate at 17. Now, She’ll Go to the Prom.

USA Today

School nurses worry about job security as pandemic funding expires

Viral post spreads baseless claim about missing ballot images in Fulton County | Fact check

Political consultant charged with making Joe Biden robocalls in New Hampshire primary

The Washington Post

N.C. residents sue to remove monument dedicated to ‘our faithful slaves’

Supreme Court’s South Carolina ruling boosts GOP, with national implications

Ex-Baltimore prosecutor Mosby sentenced to 1 year of home detention

The Associated Press

What to know about the NCAA’s landmark $2.8B settlement

Supreme Court finds no bias against Black voters in a South Carolina congressional district

Hundreds of graduates walk out of Harvard commencement chanting ‘Free, free Palestine’ over Gaza war

Supreme Court Justice’s Jersey Shore home at center of new ethics scandal

4-vehicle pileup started with cars racing each other on busy N.J. highway, cops say

Murphy sends scathing letter to Amtrak after nightmare rush hour commute

The Los Angeles Times

‘Denied’: UC fails to get a court order to stop academic workers’ strike; union hails decision

Police descend on UCLA after protesters erect new pro-Palestinian encampment

Trump and GOP repeatedly echo Nazi and far-right ideology as they aim to retake White House

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Hank Aaron honored with new statue at Baseball Hall of Fame

Link between racial discrimination and heart disease gaining acceptance

Analysis: Some of the biggest lessons of the Georgia primaries are in the losses

The Chicago Sun-Times

Brandon Johnson’s City Hall gives $38.5 million in deals to businesses tied to North Side bar owner, lawyer cited for improper lobbying

Advocates worry 120 schools could lose after-school programs this summer

Cook County offers grants to social-equity marijuana businesses

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