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Today in Black America - March 13

POSTED: March 13, 2023, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press

Cohen to testify before grand jury in Trump hush money probe

Biden tells US to have confidence in banks after 2 collapse

Vice President Harris to visit Africa in latest US outreach

USA Today

East Coast prepares for nor'easter; California braces for another atmospheric river: Monday weather

What is a recession? The economic concept explained. What causes and happens during one.

Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson: Trump should quit 2024 presidential race if indicted

The New York Times

Opinion: Just How Hypocritical Are the Supreme Court’s Conservative Justices Willing to Be?

In Budget Talks, Biden Rejects Hard Choices of the Past

Inside Ron DeSantis’s Politicized Removal of an Elected Prosecutor

The Baltimore Sun

Job openings outpace the unemployed in Maryland and nationwide as workers and employers struggle to match up

How one Baltimore school is grappling with recent student killings: ‘You don’t get over it’

Sunshine Week project: Accessing public school system information online in Maryland, Delaware, D.C. can be challenging

The Washington Post

‘The banking system is safe,’ Biden says after failure of Silicon Valley Bank

Rise in infant deaths hits Black families hardest, study finds

Fallout grows from internal probe of D.C. police violent crime squad

Hudson school districts work to recruit teachers of color to match diverse student populations

N.J. special ed teacher fired after complaining about understaffing in

From Paterson’s bloody streets, a plea for federal help to tame police | Moran

The Los Angeles Times

At this California prison, ‘we are no longer prisoners. We are professionals’

California ‘Teacher of the Year’ faces 14 charges in child sexual abuse case

Why some progressive groups are staying out of this L.A. City Council race

The Chicago Sun-Times

Paul Vallas, Brandon Johnson pick up key endorsements

Write-in ballots could threaten 29th Ward Ald. Chris Taliaferro’s bid for reelection

Opinion: Next police superintendent should have 21st century view of policing

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Activist efforts to disqualify Georgia voters may lead to changes

US government ponders the meaning of race and ethnicity

Ex-Walker aide reveals identity in groping lawsuit against CPAC head

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