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Today in Black America - March 5

POSTED: March 05, 2021, 12:00 pm

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The Washington Post

With Biden’s agenda at stake, pressure to end filibuster grows

State Dept. aide appointed by Trump stormed Capitol, beat police, FBI says

GOP governors scorn pandemic restrictions as they compete in pro-Trump party

The Los Angeles Times

Democrats tussle over minimum wage. Kamala Harris is caught in the middle

More Los Angeles school districts are moving to reopen

California thinks it can stop COVID by flooding poor areas with vaccine. Will it work?

The Baltimore Sun

Where does Maryland stand a year after COVID arrived? Pandemic may end soon, but keep your mask on.

Two teenage boys shot in Baltimore on Thursday in separate incidents; five children have been shot since Saturday

Activists march to Maryland State House demanding no compromise, ‘real police reform’

The Chicago Sun-Times

13 questions with CPS CEO Janice Jackson a week after schools reopen

When the COVID pandemic hit, Illinois sales tax revenues plunged in one place worst of all

Mary Mitchell: Police, activists have to work more closely to stop crimes against Black women, girls

These N.J. teens fought for African-American studies to be required. They succeeded.

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham charged with DWI after sideswiping 2 parked cars near her N.J. home

Third stimulus check update: Here’s how many N.J. residents would now get nothing under new plan for $1,400 payments

Philly DA Larry Krasner’s rival tries to pick off a big group behind his win

Philly’s gun violence-prevention community needs a reckoning of its own

Fires and demolitions threaten Strawberry Mansion block where historic John Coltrane house struggles for survival | Inga Saffron

USA Today

Exclusive: Stark divide on race, policing emerges since George Floyd's death, USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll shows

Man with feet up on Pelosi's desk erupts at his Capitol riot hearing

Ex-State Department employee, Trump appointee Federico Klein arrested in Capitol attack

The New York Times

The U.S. Added 379,000 Jobs in February as Hiring Picked Up: Live Updates

Former impeachment manager sues Trump for ‘incitement to riot,’ terrorism and other charges related to the Capitol attack.

Cuomo Aides Rewrote Nursing Home Report to Hide Higher Death Toll

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