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Today in Black America - March 5

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USA Today

Supreme Court keeps Trump on Colorado ballot. But some justices raise concerns.

What questions will Super Tuesday answer? Here are 3 to watch
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15-year-old shot outside Six Flags by police after gunfire exchange, Georgia officials say


The New York Times


Millions Head to Polls on a Day That Will Shape the November Vote

Arizona Governor Vetoes Bill Allowing Police to Arrest Migrants


Supreme Court Ruling Settles Ballot Questions, but Hardens Divisions


The Associated Press


Coast-to-coast Super Tuesday contests poised to move Biden and Trump closer to November rematch

Takeaways from Trump’s Supreme Court win: He stays on ballot, but his legal peril is just starting

Gangs in Haiti try to seize control of main airport in newest attack on key government sites


The Washington Post


Supreme Court ballot ruling darkens critics’ hopes for a judicial curb on Trump

How a laid-back beach town became California’s MAGA stronghold


Appeals court blocks Florida’s ‘Stop Woke Act,’ calls it a ‘First Amendment sin’


NJ.com

N.J. was once heralded for its tough pay-to-play laws. Not anymore.

Fear and loathing in New Jersey. U.S. Senate race featuring governor’s wife at a boiling point.

N.J. coach accused of sexually assaulting children is facing more charges


The Los Angeles Times

Voting last minute in the California primary election? Here’s your guide

Smith: Most Californians haven’t voted yet and likely won’t. This is why I’m one of them

Katie Porter could be a major threat to Adam Schiff in November. But she’s running out of time



The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS parents rally in the Loop seeking improved special education programs


Early and ‘optimistic': Turnout surge predicted as early voting spreads to more than 100 Cook County sites


Supreme Court ruling keeps Trump on Illinois ballot



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Major cyberattack on health care system causing havoc in U.S. and Georgia

Atlanta City Council member Keisha Sean Waites resigns

What’s next in the Fani Willis case

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