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Today in Black America - August 26

POSTED: August 26, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Student loan relief highlights burden on Black borrowers

Trump search affidavit to be released, portions blacked out

Voting machine tampering points to concern for fall election

The New York Times

Alex Jones Is Accused of Hiding Assets From Sandy Hook Families

Judge Quashes Texas Law Barring Adults Under 21 From Carrying Handguns

Editorial: Donald Trump Is Not Above the Law

The Washington Post

In fiery midterm speech, Biden says GOP has turned toward ‘semi-fascism’

Analysis: Buyer’s remorse could be creeping in for GOP on abortion

Opinion: Leaked audio of a billionaire GOP donor hands Democrats a weapon

USA Today

Atlanta DA calling Mark Meadows to testify in 2020 election inquiry

What is a Pell Grant? Who qualifies? What to know after Biden announces student loan plan

Ousted Florida data scientist wins House primary, will face Rep. Gaetz

The Baltimore Sun

‘I feel good about this year’: Baltimore-area schools resume classes amid staffing concerns, new masking rules

It was called ‘murder mall.’ Now, 120 new townhomes are coming to West Baltimore.

Four injured in Thursday night shootings in Baltimore, police say

Will my student loans be forgiven? Q&A of what we know so far

What is a Pell Grant? Everything to know about this need-based financial aid

Thousands of parents may join class action suit over special education delays in N.J.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Judge rips fake electors’ claims they shouldn’t have to testify in Trump probe

Georgia schools will have to screen young students for dyslexia

ICE detainees say they were forced into labor in Ga., file lawsuit

The Chicago Sun-Times

‘They were thinking about killing me’: Lisa Van Allen takes stand in R. Kelly trial

Harold Lucas, Bronzeville organizer, activist, historian, dead at 79, lauded as a champion

Relentless string of canceled days off — blamed for spike in Chicago police suicides— has been ‘pared down significantly,’ top mayoral aide says

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