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Today in Black America - April 27

POSTED: April 27, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

G.O.P. Blocks Debate on Financial Oversight Bill

Off Wall St., Worries About Financial Bill

Home Tax Credit Called Successful, but Costly

In Wake of Immigration Law, Calls for an Economic Boycott of Arizona

Justices to Consider Law Limiting the Sale of Violent Video Games

Grass-Roots Choice Leads Race for Top Union Post

Reed College’s President Is Told to Crack Down on Campus Drug Use

City Is Held in Contempt on Loitering

After a Peek at the Police Dept., a Thanks With a Check

Breathing While Undocumented


The Christian Science Monitor

Arizona immigration law puts police in 'impossible situation'

Immigration reform: Arizona lobs political grenade into midterms

Why financial reform bill is stalled - and why it isn't dead yet

At summit on entrepreneurship, Obama's approach to Muslim world on display

Raise the community college graduation rate


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore retail business district leaders accuse the city of sloppy accounting

Governor to launch re-election campaign

Grant winner restarts project documenting home remedies


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Study: DeKalb needs to lay off 909 workers

APD: Carjack victims were NOT put on hold by 911; whispered call was unintelligible, they say

Transcript of student's call to Morehouse police

Jobs await in recession-resistant Georgia communities


The Washington Post

Probe, suit force Goldman to defend actions in crisis

Both sides in immigration debate blame congressional inaction for Arizona law

Mexican officials condemn Arizona's tough new immigration law

Federal probes seize $263 million worth of fake products

D.C. suburbs lag behind city in efforts to fight AIDS, study says

Archives exhibit explores little-known aspects of Civil War


Detroit Free Press

Economist: Jobs are coming back to Michigan

Trial starts for ex-Kilpatrick bodyguard

A story of survival, making a difference


Los Angeles Times

The heart disease trifecta

Man bleeds to death as people walk past

Political war continues to rage in Capistrano Unified School District


Chicago Tribune

Palin to headline state GOP fundraiser

Haiti drops kidnapping case against US missionaries; only 1 still in jail faces lesser charge

Census hindered by empty houses, fears

Forum focuses on youth violence

CPS budget calls for big boost in class size


Star Ledger

N.J. students plan mass walkout to protest Gov. Christie's school cuts

Early results show low pass rates on N.J. alternate high school exams

Newark schoolyard shootings trial opens

Newark political group with ties to Mayor Cory Booker violated 'in spirit' his pay-to-play restrictions


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