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Redrawing the congressional map to concentrate Black voters together helped Southern states elect more Black members of Congress. The Atlantic reports on how some politicians worry this also diluted Black voting power and are calling for a rethink.
If Congress doesn’t raise the debt ceiling soon, the resulting default could cause a ripple effect all the way to your wallet, as the L.A. Times explains.
A 10-foot-wide house in Boston has sold for $1.25 million. NPR has the skinny home’s bizarre backstory.
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