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Today in Black America - March 22

POSTED: March 22, 2024, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

The UN will vote on a US resolution declaring that an immediate cease-fire in Gaza is imperative

Congress rushes to approve final package of spending bills before shutdown deadline

White former officers get sentences of 10 to 40 years in torture of 2 Black men in Mississippi

USA Today

These US counties experienced the largest population growth

Republicans in Pennsylvania are fractured over mail-in voting measures

Amid warnings of online extremism, one military academy has a new plan

The New York Times

Inside Garland’s Effort to Prosecute Trump

Democracy Is Teetering in African Countries Once Ruled by France

Bragg Says Newly Disclosed Papers in Trump Case Contain Little of Value

The Washington Post

Judge throws out challenge to D.C.’s nonresident voting law

Biden’s stutter surges into the presidential campaign

Congressman apologizes for using racial slur instead of saying ‘bugaboo’

Fierce storm with up to 4 inches of rain could cause flooding, power outages

Newark air traffic control moving to Philadelphia as flight records continue to be broken

Fellow Democratic senator mocks indicted Robert Menendez in 5 words

The Los Angeles Times

Millennials gave birth to ‘Generation Alpha.’ Are these kids already doomed?

Man taken into custody dies after allegedly assaulting a San Bernardino County deputy

L.A. leaders launch program to help unhoused people navigate court system

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS to start funding schools based on student need, not enrollment

2 men found guilty in murder of 7-year-old Amari Brown, shot while watching fireworks in 2015

Natalie Y. Moore: There’s another important election in April. It’s for local school councils, a force for parent empowerment

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia Legislature reaches agreement to loosen hospital regulations

DeKalb school resource officers make thousands in OT pay, records show

Money, threats and power: A lawmaker-led jail monitoring company’s rise in Georgia

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