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Today in Black America - September 27

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The New York Times

House Jan. 6 Panel Faces Key Decisions as It Wraps Up Work

Jury selection will begin in the sedition trial of Stewart Rhodes, the Oath Keepers’ leader, and four other members.

The White House’s student loan forgiveness plan could cost about $400 billion, according to an estimate
.


USA Today


'Food as medicine': White House pilot program would bring medically tailored meals under Medicare

Ian's storm surge could be 'worst case scenario' for Florida's west coast


Uptick in women voters after Roe overturned


The Associated Press


Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for Cat 4 damage

Jury to be picked for Oath Keeper boss’ Jan. 6 sedition case

Senators push to reform police’s cellphone tracking tools


NJ.com

Kids are pouring into N.J. hospitals. A spate of respiratory illness is filling pediatric beds.

N.J. teen, 15, wants you to dress sustainably. That means goodbye ‘fast fashion.’

Hurricane Ian could slam into Florida as Category 4 storm. Remnants could reach N.J
.


The Baltimore Sun

State’s Attorney Mosby says DNA test results will determine whether she drops Adnan Syed’s charges

Carroll County commissioners to update ethics rules regarding retaliation against whistleblowers, financial disclosures

Moore pledges cooperation; Cox to take Baltimore by court order. What path does city take under Maryland’s next governor?


The Washington Post


As more states create election integrity units, Arizona is a cautionary tale

Brett Favre is the face of a scandal, but Mississippi’s issues go deeper

Races for state Supreme Courts will also influence the future of abortion laws



The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Solitary confinement is torture. Gov. Newsom can limit it in California

Worried about the economy? Demand for these jobs is high and growing


UC housing crisis forces students into multiple jobs to pay rent, sleeping bags and stress


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Activist charged in Jan. 6 attack is among Herschel Walker’s campaign ‘captains’

Everything you need to know about Georgia Power’s proposed rate hike

‘Keep choppin’ Republicans slam White House for suggesting a Braves rebrand


The Chicago Sun-Times


Top CPS officials privately warned a new Near South school could undermine neighboring schools, harm Black students

Person shot by police after breaking into Homan Square CPD site through fire escape, grabbing guns and pointing them at cops, officials say

LaTanya Jackson Wilson: Improving the workplace for low-wage workers is a matter of justice







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