today in black history

May 23, 2024

Actor and musician Benjamin Sherman "Scatman" Crothers was born on this date in 1910 in Terra Haute, Indiana.

Today in Black America - May 30

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The Associated Press

9 injured in Memorial Day shooting at Florida beach

Crucial days ahead as debt ceiling deal goes for vote and Biden calls lawmakers for support

Teenager walks at brain injury event weeks after getting shot in head for knocking on wrong door


USA Today


Biden: 'I feel very good' about debt ceiling deal

9 injured, including children, in Memorial Day shooting near beach in Hollywood, Florida; suspect detained

Suspect arrested in 5 separate Arizona shootings that left 4 dead


NJ.com


Suspicious tape on your car? It could be a dangerous substance, N.J. cops say.

Body recovered off Sandy Hook is missing N.J. postal employee, cops say

Man tried to abduct 7-year-old from Wawa bathroom, N.J. State Police say


The New York Times

Companies Push Prices Higher, Protecting Profits but Adding to Inflation

Debt Limit Bill Heads to Key Committee in First Test of G.O.P. Support

New Details in Debt Limit Deal: Where $136 Billion in Cuts Will Come From


The Baltimore Sun


In latest fallout from Baltimore Catholic Church sex abuse report, some of those identified leave their roles

Survivors: Illinois AG’s report on clergy sex abuse is more detailed and transparent than Maryland’s

Federal judge rules Annapolis cannot sue HUD


The Los Angeles Times

In downtown L.A., Bass’ plan to clear encampments faces crime, addiction and resistance

With fentanyl deaths soaring, L.A. County is giving out drug pipes and other supplies


Deputy accused of being in ‘Executioners’ gang reveals tattoo in court, names names


The Chicago Sun-Times

Mayor Johnson invokes ‘soul’ of Chicago’s ancestors at Memorial Day ceremony

Convicted ‘Starved Rock killer’s’ confession 6 decades ago shows he did it: Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow

11 killed, 46 wounded in Memorial Day weekend violence in Chicago


The Detroit Free Press


Michigan is punishing families with chronically absent students — and can’t prove it works


Community baby showers help empower Detroit families


Gas prices up, but still about $1 less than they were a year ago








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