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Today in Black America - April 20

POSTED: April 20, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Pressured in Senate Race, G.O.P.’s Crist May Run as Independent

Justices Get Personal Over Privacy of Messages

Recession Adds to Appeal of Short-Term Jobs

Guilty Verdict in Killing of Long Island Man

Commissioner for Homeless Resigns

Albany Candidates Back Nonpartisan Redistricting

The Court, Money and Politics


The Christian Science Monitor

Oklahoma City bombing: Is 1995 repeating itself today?

Obama address set to ramp up financial reform battle

Are 'tea party' rallies given preferential treatment by police?


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore details progress in move toward sustainability

State prosecutor Rohrbaugh retires


Detroit Free Press

Where did $220,000 in Kilpatrick fund go?

Ex-mayor could get tougher probation -- or prison term

Cox says he'll appeal court ruling against Bobb

Why do you love Detroit?

Mourners pay respects to civil rights leader Hooks


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Council committee issues subpoenas to four Atlanta police officers

Two SCLC boards meet -- one in Atlanta, the other in Eutaw, Ala.

Interim schools' chief doesn't want job


Star Ledger

N.J. voters make choices about school spending

Voting times for N.J. school districts

N.J. governor's office payroll increases by $2M under Christie

Irvington files suit against Census bureau

St. Michael's Medical Center to get $250M upgrade at Newark campus


Los Angeles Times

L.A. County chief calls for job cuts

Obama arrives in L.A. to raise funds for Boxer

Hewlett-Packard probe roils California U.S. Senate race


The Washington Post

Ruling on racial isolation in Miss. schools reflects troubling broader trend

SEC sued Goldman Sachs to break an impasse

Democrats seek to close partisan divide on Wall Street reform

HRC head gets praise, flak for Obama's gay-rights initiatives

Gun-toting protesters voice violent thoughts peacefully

Wilson High student charged with abducting teacher in Adams Morgan

A national deficit of trust


Chicago Tribune

Mayor Emanuel?

Daley wants 10 percent cut from city vendors

A year after teen’s slaying, family still working through grief

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