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Today in Black America - March 10

POSTED: March 10, 2022, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

House Passes $1.5 Trillion Spending Bill as Democrats Drop Covid Aid

We fact-checked Republicans’ claim that President Biden was to blame for rising gas prices.

‘Black Panther’ Director Ryan Coogler Gets Mistaken for Bank Robber

The Washington Post

Colo. county clerk indicted in probe of election system breach

Man accused of pushing officer over a ledge during Capitol riot ID’d by photo from a sea turtle fundraiser

Opinion: A strange new defense of Trump’s coup effort is both wrong and dangerous

USA Today

There may be a new COVID variant, Deltacron. Here's what we know about it

'I feel free': Chicago teen framed for 1985 murder becomes 3,000th person exonerated in US

Hate groups declined, but SPLC warns fringe ideas are going mainstream

The Baltimore Sun

Keith Davis Jr. asks for charges to be dismissed due to alleged vindictiveness by State’s Attorney Mosby

Man suing Baltimore Police Department for $17M over Gun Trace Task Force corruption

UMMS board chairman, who saw the hospital system through COVID and past ‘Healthy Holly,’ steps down

N.J. district to remove Woodrow Wilson, Christopher Columbus from school names

Murphy ignores N.J. cannabis industry in budget address

Murphy unveils $48.9B N.J. budget with property tax rebates, free state parks, big spending on pensions, schools

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jury set for first Atlanta City Hall corruption trial

SPLC report claims extremists now in political mainstream

U.S. House passes $1.5 trillion spending package, millions in Georgia earmarks

The Los Angeles Times

‘They need to pay up’: Emails in college admissions trial show USC’s interest in wealthy applicants

Some L.A. schools face uncertain futures as student enrollment declines dramatically

EPA restores California’s authority to set its own auto pollution rules

The Chicago Sun-Times

Marchers celebrating Harriet Tubman’s 200th birthday hope to shine light on missing Black women, girls

Chicago’s top cop says he made decision to pull officers from street after heroin bust involving internal affairs chief’s car

Jesse Jackson: Anniversary of Selma march reminds us how democracy is defended

The Associated Press

US VP Harris embraces call for war crimes probe of Russia

Jussie Smollett to learn fate in staged attack conviction

Texas flagged 27,000 mail ballots for rejection in primary

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