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Today in Black America - February 25

POSTED: February 25, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

House panel requests Trump WH records from National Archives

Republicans eye state courts as next political battlegrounds

Landlords finding ways to evict after getting rental aid

The New York Times

House Panel Widens Investigation of Trump’s Handling of Documents

3 Former Officers Are Convicted of Violating George Floyd’s Civil Rights

Four Times Opinion Writers Analyze Russia’s Invasion: ‘The World Has Changed Overnight’

USA Today

5 million children have lost a parent to COVID: Updates

Biden reaches decision on Supreme Court nominee

5 Texas DAs defy governor's order on trans youth

Large N.J. school district will require face masks until mid-April

Protesters rally in Bridgewater over police treatment of Black teen in mall fight

Black shopper sues police, says white cops pointed guns at him outside N.J. grocery store

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore to lift indoor mask requirement next week; City Hall remains closed to public

Maryland Democrats champion paid family and medical leave, vowing: ‘It’s going to pass this year’

Black creatives find surging demand for a new Black aesthetic in Baltimore’s businesses and homes

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

National money fuels Georgia’s top 2022 races

One of metro Atlanta’s last mask mandates may end soon

The Jolt: Trump candidates in Georgia split from pro-Putin rhetoric

The Los Angeles Times

Judge’s order blocks Herb Wesson from serving on L.A. City Council

UC smashes record for first-year fall applications, with gains in most racial groups

Calmes: Has Clarence Thomas’ wife crossed a line? Yes, and then some

The Washington Post

Trump largely isolated in praise for Putin as GOP condemns invasion

Editorial: How many people died believing vaccine misinformation?

Biden has chosen his Supreme Court nominee

The Chicago Sun-Times

Illinois parole board frees elderly Chicago gang killer who once told board it could ‘shove’ it

Guaranteed income pilot program will use lottery to pick 5,000 recipients of $500 monthly checks

Police Board votes to fire cop who threatened former recruit when she dumped him for intimidating police academy classmates

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