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Brilliant jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus was born on this date in 1922.

Today in Black America - March 28

POSTED: March 28, 2024, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

Central American and Mexican families mourn the workers lost in the Baltimore bridge collapse

Schools in the path of April’s total solar eclipse prepare for a natural teaching moment

Biden fundraiser in NYC with Obama, Clinton nets a whopping $25M, campaign says. It’s a new record


The Washington Post

Remains of 2 people found in submerged truck; search for other victims suspended

After collapse, Republicans blame Democrats, float unfounded and sometimes racist theories

Judge recommends conservative lawyer John Eastman be disbarred in California


USA Today

4 dead, 7 injured after stabbing attack in northern Illinois; suspect in custody

Abortion rights advocates eye almost a dozen state ballots in 2024

Baltimore bridge tragedy shows America's highway workers face death on the job at any time


NJ.com

Princeton U. to keep ‘legacy admissions’ policy favoring children of alumni

Tammy Murphy explains why she made stunning exit from U.S. Senate race

N.J. mayor, council slate failed to file campaign spending reports, state says


The New York Times

How Justice Thomas’s ‘Nearly Adopted Daughter’ Became His Law Clerk

The Challenge of Making New York’s 472 Subway Stations Safer

Sean Combs’s Legal Troubles: What We Know



The Los Angeles Times

Higher prices on the menu as fast-food chains brace for California’s big minimum wage jump

Former L.A. Deputy Mayor Raymond Chan found guilty in sprawling City Hall corruption case

Inside the raids at Diddy’s homes: Emptied safes, dismantled electronics, many questions


The Chicago Sun-Times

Ebb turns to slow for O’Neill Burke, whose thinning lead thickens ever so slightly

Chicago’s first school board elections mean crash course time for voters, candidates

Pro-Palestinian protest disrupts City Hall news conference called to condemn flag-burning


Atlanta Journa; Constitution


Georgia lawmakers to consider dozens of issues in frenetic finale to session


Amen and pass the Frankenbill: It’s Sine Die time at the Capitol!

Legality of Georgia utility elections appealed to U.S. Supreme Court


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