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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - May 14

POSTED: May 14, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

After Obama’s Decision on Marriage, a Call to Pastors


Unions That Divide: Churches Split Over Gay Marriage

Actions in Congress Resonate in the Race for the White House

Is There a Romney Doctrine?

Officers Testify Before Grand Jury in Shooting of Bronx Teenager


The Christan Science Monitor


JPMorgan CEO 'dead wrong' about $2 billion loss

More federal regulation? JPMorgan case bolsters critics of banking system.


California facing higher $16 billion shortfall

Boycott Mayberry? How North Carolina lost its shine for Obama.


Solar-powered phones recharge Kenya's conversations


The Star Ledger


Rutgers University graduates largest class in history


How Newark City Hall and its first major pro sports team fell out of love over and over

For the Gipper: Ronald Reagan may soon have a highway in N.J.

New Jersey guts lead-abatement programs


State communications union won't see raises for a year in new pact with Gov. Chrisie administration


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Pastor: Gay marriage not only issue

Millions in federal grant money flowing into Georgia schools

Mayor Reed travels to Paris


The Detroit Free Press

Metroparks police department accused of unfair hiring, promotion

Son speaks at Detroit church where dad, an 84-year-old guard, was killed

Woman seeks to recall 3 Oak Park on City Council

President Barack Obama praises Detroit officers' bravery in precinct rampage


Rochelle Riley: All Detroiters are the 'somebody' we yearn to have as a leader


The Washington Post


African soldiers train for Somali fight

Ryan’s budget plan becomes flashpoint in battle for House of Representatives

Inmate still in prison after facts were kept from Bush White House


D.C. churches grapple with Obama’s stance on same-sex marriage

Md. General Assembly reconvenes to raise taxes



The Chicago Tribune


Despite budget cuts, DCFS preps to do more

Mother, daughter share their mom skills with young patients

CTU shares some—not all—the results of its poll

North Shore college targets CPS students


The Los Angeles Times

Bullet train may cost $3.5 million per day

FBI probes disappearance of nonprofits' money


June primary is key test for state's top-two election system

Students at charter-run Locke do better than nearby peers

USC to award degrees to Japanese interned during WWII


USA Today


Recession added debt, drained families' savings

Black churches conflicted on gay marriage

Landmark Alzheimer's summit launches Monday

Georgia cop allegedly kicked pregnant woman in stomach


Ex-director says it's too soon to reinstate FAMU band


The Miami Herald


Future of FAMU’s marching band may be decided Monday











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