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Today in Black America - March 27

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The Associated Press

Trump evokes more anger and fear from Democrats than Biden does from Republicans, an AP-NORC poll finds

Trump slow to invest in states that could decide election as some in GOP fear ‘skeleton’ campaign

What we know about the Baltimore bridge collapse

The New York Times

Baltimore Bridge Rescue Efforts Shift to Recovery of 6 Missing Workers

In Senate Race Shake-Up, Frustration With Establishment Politics

Key Takeaways From Supreme Court Arguments on Abortion Pill Access

The Washington Post

‘Mayday’ call from ship stopped bridge traffic, saved lives

Supreme Court skeptical of efforts to restrict access to abortion pill

What we know about Diddy’s sex trafficking allegations

USA Today

Racism faced by Utah women's team was typically American

A Georgia man created a tool to challenge voter registrations. Trump's allies may use it.

A giant ship. A power blackout. A scramble to stop traffic: How Baltimore bridge collapsed

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

Murphy budget spends $2B more than N.J. will take in, and that’s a big problem, analysts warn

Out of prison and into college, thanks to new N.J. center

The Los Angeles Times

A controversial AIDS charity seeks to acquire a Skid Row housing portfolio. State officials want to stop it

The LAPD trains foreign police. Does that enable human rights violations?

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs faces sweeping sex-trafficking inquiry: What the feds have, need to prove

The Chicago Sun-Times

Did Gaza protest vote make a mark on Illinois primary, impact support for Biden?

Complaints from renters lacking heat spiked to 5-year-high in January, but building owners rarely fined

One week and half a million votes later, still no Democratic nominee for Cook County state’s attorney

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Parental leave benefits for state workers heads to governor’s desk

Georgia Senate votes to allow fewer voting machines and put ballots online

Bill that pieces together ‘culture war’ issues passes Georgia Senate

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