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Today in Black America - March 14

POSTED: March 14, 2024, 7:30 am

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The New York Times

As Biden Impeachment Flails, House Republicans Explore Criminal Referrals

According to new census estimates, New York City’s population shrank by 78,000 last year.

A New Plan to Hire Thousands of Workers to Help N.Y.C. Families in Need

The Washington Post

Race is an ever present source of tension in Trump Georgia case

Democrats are taking third-party threats seriously this time

What to know ahead of Trump’s classified documents hearing today

N.J. principal grabbed student by arm, pushed her up against wall, police report alleges

Man arrested in N.J. with 12 pounds of heroin he was paid to deliver cross-country, feds say

N.J. gas station sold contaminated fuel, caused drivers to break down, officials say

USA Today

VP Harris' support lags behind Biden, Trump despite image rehab efforts

Haitian diaspora a 'lifeline' for the country as gang violence spirals

School districts are making housing for teachers who can't afford rent

The Associated Press

Election disinformation takes a big leap with AI being used to deceive worldwide

Biden heads to the Michigan county emerging as the swing state’s top bellwether

Muslims around the world observe holy month of Ramadan with prayer and fasting

The Los Angeles Times

Haunted by legacy of police misconduct, Oakland grapples for answers to street crime surge

Congress is threatening to ban TikTok. Here’s what you should know

Some who are mentally ill remain in L.A. County jails after charges are dropped, report says

The Chicago Sun-Times

Violent 24 hours leaves 9 dead across Chicago

Mayor Johnson confirms migrant evictions coming, despite measles outbreak and protests

Mayor Brandon Johnson’s $1.25 billion borrowing plan back on track for City Council approval

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Married Fulton school board candidates withdraw after residency rule confusion

Lawmakers make major changes to Georgia school voucher bill

Atlanta metro area now 6th largest in U.S., Census Bureau estimates

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