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Today in Black America - March 26

POSTED: March 26, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Accusations Fly Between Parties Over Threats and Vandalism

U.S. Plans Big Expansion in Effort to Aid Homeowners

Student Loan Overhaul Approved by Congress

In Possible Retirement, the Likelihood of an Election-Year Confrontation

Paterson Seen With Key Role in Response to Aide’s Abuse Case

Hospitals Chief Expects to Cut 3,900 Jobs

As City Squeezes in Housing, Some Perks Are Squeezed Out

Going to Extreme

Haiti’s Misery


The Christian Science Monitor

Healthcare reform's politics of anger: GOP fights back

Shock poll: Why do so many Republicans think Obama is a socialist, a Muslim, or even the anti-Christ?

Biden’s potty mouth: Obama wanted to make it a t-shirt


Baltimore Sun

Dixon close to being hired by minority contractors group

Mfume named executive leader of black medical group


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Struggling Georgia school firing entire staff

State high court rejects request to bar death penalty


Detroit Free Press

Carstens Elementary on DPS closing list is a beacon of hope

School program touts good health


The Washington Post

Conservative David Frum loses think-tank job after criticizing GOP

Obama readies steps to fight foreclosures, particularly for unemployed

As U.S.-Israel rift continues, Netanyahu finds himself in a bind

Head of small-business agency plays key role in Obama's job creation initiatives


Chicago Tribune

Lawmakers warn Quinn of backlash if Turner not picked for running mate
 
Sources: Quinn wants Sheila Simon as running mate
 
State senate approves voucher test program

‘We knew she was there’


Star Ledger

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie's proposed budget eliminates Office of the Child Advocate

NJ Transit fare hearing draws angry response from commuters

EPA chief Lisa Jackson to visit N.J.'s two most toxic sites in Pompton Lakes, Newark


Los Angeles Times

Obama to alter mortgage modification effort

Republicans walk the line over healthcare outrage

UC regents not eager to take on California's prison healthcare

Hemet's shadow war


 

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