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Today in Black America - March 25

POSTED: March 25, 2021, 7:00 am

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The Washington Post

Biden taps Harris to handle border crisis, giving her a high-profile and politically fraught assignment

The gun implicated in Boulder uses the same ammunition as an AR-15. It’s legally a pistol.

Biden faces new challenges ahead of first White House news conference

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Gov. Hogan signs bill sending $577 million to state’s historically Black universities

Maryland Board of Public Works delays approval of emergency COVID vaccine contracts amid transparency concerns

A man dies after being one of three hit during a Tuesday night triple shooting in South Baltimore, police say

The Los Angeles Times

‘Uncharted waters’: Judges ban some Capitol riot suspects from the internet

Colorado shooting suspect to make first court appearance as Boulder mourns

Gun reform is again gaining steam. Boulder survivors wonder if it will last

The Chicago Sun-Times

Less than half of CPS students — including 1 in 3 high schoolers — choose 4th quarter in-person learning

CPS to start planning vaccinations for older students, officials say

Universal basic income resolution touches off emotional debate on reparations

New Jersey’s vaccine rollout is mostly working. In Pennsylvania, it’s more complicated.

Lawsuit: Staff at Lima juvenile facility held ‘private parties’ where young people were sexually abused

Philly launches $1.5M initiative to restore pandemic-wracked businesses and cultural vitality

Police investigating ‘knucklehead’ maskless shopping protest planned at N.J. mall, Murphy says

Owner charged after hidden camera discovered in bathroom of N.J. martial arts academy

Murphy Republican rival pictured not wearing a mask during indoor campaign stop

USA Today

Americans back tougher gun laws, but GOP support plummets even after Atlanta, Boulder shootings, exclusive poll finds

Toxic air. Insufficient monitors. Why Memphis families fighting Byhalia pipeline have had enough

Biden putting final touches on potential $3 trillion economic, infrastructure package as Buttigieg heads to the Hill

The New York Times

Cuomo’s Family Is Said to Have Received Special Access to Virus Tests

Riders Are Abandoning Buses and Trains. That’s a Problem for Climate Change.

Democrats Begin Push for Biggest Expansion of Voting Since 1960s

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