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Today in Black America - February 25

POSTED: February 25, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

At Closing Plant, Ordeal Included Heart Attacks

Senate Approves $15 Billion Jobs Bill

Missing Element in Obama’s Ties With G.O.P. Leaders: Good Chemistry

Bernanke Expects Extended Low Rates

Charges Filed in Katrina Inquiry

A Jumble of Strong Feelings After Vote on a Troubled School

Questions of Influence in Abuse Case of Paterson Aide

City and Teachers’ Union Near Contract Mediation

The Christian Science Monitor

Healthcare summit: Is Obama ready to tee up tort reform?

Supreme Court hands police another victory in Miranda cases

How Nigeria President Yar'Adua made his stealth return

Hamas assassination: 10 of the new suspects' names are shared by Israelis

Detroit Free Press

2,500-job surge in green projects to energize Michigan

Kilpatrick case unleashes a war of words

The rising cost of power-schmoozing

DPS wants residents to get priority for jobs

Bobb is a DPS reading mentor, too

Detroit prepares for budget test

Baltimore Sun

Gansler says Md. could recognize same-sex marriages

Dixon touts accomplishments in office

Incoming NAACP chairwoman found her voice early

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Gingrich says Obama "has dumb ideas"

Mayor doesn't think Freaknik effort will become reality

The Washington Post

Senate easily approves jobs bill; House passes health-insurance antitrust bill

Obama nominates Berkeley professor Goodwin Liu to federal appeals court

Obama may compromise on consumer agency to pass financial regulation

Toyota president apologizes under fire of U.S. officials

WHO: Swine flu outbreak has not yet peaked

Supreme Court weighs free speech against aid to terrorists

Marion Barry ally at nonprofit resigns after misconduct alleged

Chicago Tribune

Race gap seen in restaurant hiring

Eight Chicago schools to be closed or overhauled

Drugs may one day replace tonsil removal for kids with sleep apnea

Los Angeles Times

Students walk out of UC San Diego teach-in

Enrollment down at California community colleges

A pastor in L.A.'s skid row preaches the power of transformation

Gubernatorial race is heavy on smoke and mirrors

Star Ledger

Bad behavior by N.J. toll collectors brings wrath of lawmakers

Gov. Chris Christie is expected to propose changes to N.J. unemployment system

N.J. Assembly pressured by Gov. Christie, unions on pension, benefit reforms

Real estate developers indicted in alleged $3M mortgage scam in Orange, East Orange

Montclair district's warning upsets teachers union president


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