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Today in Black America - March 21

POSTED: March 21, 2023, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Trump legal woes force another moment of choosing for GOP

Prosecutors rest in sedition case against Proud Boys leaders

Army of lobbyists helped water down banking regulations

The New York Times

Opinion: Make No Mistake, the Investigation of Donald Trump and the Stormy Daniels Scheme Is Serious

‘The Circus Continues’: For Trump, Legal Woes Resurrect Old Habits

Inside the 3 Months That Could Cost Fox $1.6 Billion

USA Today

Will Trump be indicted and arrested? What we know about the process

America's 'nasty disease': At 90, Myrlie Evers still marches against racism

Trump holding his next rally in Waco, Texas, sends a message to the far right, experts say

Don’t confuse your income tax refund for your N.J. ANCHOR payment despite what it is called

Give Jefferson no free pass on holding slaves | Letters

N.J. reports 229 COVID cases, 4 deaths. Daily cases remain low.

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland General Assembly: What’s happening with cannabis, Child Victims Act, minimum wage and other key issues

Biden nominates 2 Baltimore men, including another former public defender, to Maryland federal court

Arrest made in killing of Patterson High School student in Baltimore

The Los Angeles Times

Last-minute talks fail, massive LAUSD strike and school shutdowns set for Tuesday

How a long history of racism and neglect set the stage for Pajaro flooding

Barabak: What political shift in Colorado and West means for U.S.

The Washington Post

Video shows Va. deputies pile on top of Black man before his death

Is Sean Hannity a journalist? Role of hosts is key in Fox News lawsuit.

Opinion: What counts as an ‘American name’ in a changing nation

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Senate panel OKs expanding home alcohol delivery, taxing downloads

UPS CEO’s total compensation amounted to $19 million last year

The Jolt: Awaiting DNC decision, Atlanta leaders fight for best position

The Chicago Sun-Times

Vallas, Johnson offer contrasting ideas at forum on issues affecting Black and Latino communities

Natalie Y. Moore: A tale of two cities, told in Chicago’s mayoral election

Chicago’s mayoral candidates have radically different approaches to fixing public schools. Here’s why.

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