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Today in Black America - March 26

POSTED: March 26, 2024, 6:30 am

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The Associated Press

Authorities searched Diddy’s properties as part of a sex trafficking probe. Here’s what to know

‘Duty to warn’ guided US advance warning of the Moscow attack. Adversaries don’t always listen

Full-scale revolt: MSNBC personalities object to NBC News’ hiring of Ronna McDaniel as a contributor

The New York Times

This is how one hour encapsulated the chaos of Donald Trump’s coming hush-money criminal trial.

Donald Trump Isn’t Reaching Out to Haley and Her Voters. Will It Matter?

Who Could Sway the Outcome of the U.S. Election? Mexico’s President

USA Today

Fani Willis, defense lawyer clash over timeline of Trump election trial

As Memphis crime grows, mayor creates Black Mayors’ Coalition on Crime

How US life expectancy rates changed as COVID deaths wane, drug overdoses persist

The Washington Post

Baltimore’s Key Bridge collapses after being struck by ship

No, Donald Trump, migrants aren’t ‘killing’ Social Security and Medicare

Rep. Jamie Raskin endorses Alsobrooks in high-stakes Md. Senate race

The Los Angeles Times

U.S. relents, allowing U.N. passage of demand for cease-fire in Gaza

California extends deadline for students seeking state financial aid amid FAFSA turmoil

Girl grabs deputy’s gun, fatally shoots herself in lobby of L.A. County sheriff’s station, officials say

Another N.J. school district under federal investigation for alleged bias

Family of N.J. cheerleader hit by car after stepping off school bus plans to sue for $150M

Embattled N.J. mayor seeks reelection despite criminal charges

The Chicago Sun-Times

Snail-biter: Mail ballots whittle Burke’s lead over Harris in state’s attorney race for sixth straight day

2 parole officials quit after felon released from prison allegedly stabs pregnant ex-girlfriend, kills her 11-year-old son

City Council’s Progressive Caucus responds to ‘Bring Chicago Home’ defeat with ‘we heard you’ humility

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayor announces 4 new MARTA stations, including near Beltline

Wise Smith to forge ahead with challenge against Willis in Fulton DA race

Georgia city offers $5,000 to attract new residents

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