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The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Thursday that President Donald Trump's budget plan would produce deficits of $9.5 trillion over the coming decade instead of the $7.2 trillion promised by the White House.
After President Donald Trump granted a posthumous pardon to boxer Jack Johnson on Thursday, we spoke with filmmaker Ken Burns, who chronicled Johnson’s persona, his struggles and the race relations of his era in the documentary “Unforgivable Blackness:…