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Today in Black America - March 6

POSTED: March 06, 2024, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

State of the Union: What to watch as Biden addresses the nation


Biden’s closest allies are stepping up pressure on White House to do more to ease suffering in Gaza


Thousands of voters in Alabama district drawn to boost Black political power got wrong information


The New York Times


On a Bright Night for His Campaign, Trump Again Conjures a Dark Vision


Biden Preps for the State of the Union Speech and Rowdy Republicans


Editorial: Trump’s Conquest of the Republican Party Matters to Every American


The Washington Post


Analysis: General election campaign could be the most negative in modern times

Opinion: In 2016, Trump was lucky to win. In 2024, he’s desperate
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D.C. Council passes public safety overhaul following historic crime spike


USA Today

'Dismay and disbelief': Europe considers a possible Trump return

Why a 50-year-old affirmative action case still divides us

Liberty University penalized $16M tied to Clery Act, culture of fear reporting sexual assault


NJ.com

Menendez lied about the Mercedes, claim prosecutors, adding new obstruction charges

Ex-N.J. cop found guilty of assaulting his young son so severely he spent 6 weeks in the hospital

This N.J. university expects to add over 16K students as it continues to grow



The Los Angeles Times


Schiff and Garvey are headed to November showdown for coveted California Senate seat

LAUSD candidates whose campaigns were hit by late controversies faring well in early returns

Column: A Trump judge slaps down Big Pharma’s attack on Biden’s drug price cuts



The Chicago Sun-Times


Senate backs Mayor Johnson, CTU-backed plan to elect 10 city school board members in November

City Colleges brings back South Side nursing school

Neil Steinberg: What color is a trusted face?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Athens DA faces new effort to oust her from office


Trump is on brink of winning GOP nod after dominant Super Tuesday

Labor Secretary Su touts Biden’s agenda at youth employment forum




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