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Today in Black America - March 2

POSTED: March 02, 2022, 8:50 am

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The Associated Press

Texas primary sets up Abbott-O’Rourke race as midterms begin

UN: Africa, already suffering from warming, will see worse

What Lies Beneath: Vets worry polluted base made them ill

The New York Times

Jessica Cisneros, a 28-year-old progressive lawyer, has forced Representative Henry Cuellar into a runoff

Judge Says Sarah Palin ‘Failed to Prove Her Case’ Against The Times

Former Police Chief Faked Death to Evade Charges, Officials Say

USA Today

Biden's 'fund the police' comment draws outrage from BLM

Abbott, O'Rourke win Texas gubernatorial primary races

5 items you may not know are tax-deductible: Medical expenses, self-employment taxes, more

The Baltimore Sun

Threats and retaliation against Maryland public health workers are aired during hearing in Annapolis

Maryland’s school masking mandate lifts Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know.

Police: Man arrested in deadly January shooting of teen in Northeast Baltimore

Omicron subvariant BA.2: The new symptoms to look out for

New driving law quietly debuts Tuesday. Here are the new passing rules for N.J. drivers

Will N.J. allow pump-your-own gas stations? With new bill, the great debate is back!

The Washington Post

Opinion: Republicans are so eager to see Biden fail that they’d let Putin succeed

U.S. prepares to expand financial attack on Russian oligarchs, aiming to seize billions held by Putin allies

Meet Jessica Cisneros, the 28-year-old immigration lawyer who forced veteran Democrat into a runoff

The Los Angeles Times

San Diego County jails to adopt body-worn cameras after scathing audit over inmate deaths

New limits on ‘pretextual stops’ by LAPD officers approved

John Eastman, Trump’s lawyer on overturning election, under investigation by California Bar

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Walker won’t go to Marjorie Taylor Greene event after she spoke at pro-Putin rally

Georgia regents name Sonny Perdue chancellor of University System

Fulton development board member resigns amid internal investigation

The Chicago Sun-Times

Black people more often stopped, subjected to force by Chicago police, inspector general finds

Diversity on Illinois corporate board shows slow growth, new report finds

Pritzker’s public health chief Dr. Ngozi Ezike stepping down: ‘She saved lives, many, many thousands of lives’

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