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Today in Black America - May 18

POSTED: May 18, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Illegal Immigrant Students Protest at McCain Office

A Generation Gap Over Immigration

Democrats Shifting Focus Back to Jobs Creation

Obama’s Aunt Is Granted Asylum on Second Try

From Police Chief to Prison: Kerik Starts Sentence


The Christian Science Monitor

Arizona immigration law and illegal immigrants: state of extremes
 
Arkansas primary a crucible for Blanche Lincoln, centrist politics

Rhode Island school to rehire fired teachers, shelving drastic plan


Baltimore Sun

Job picture not quite as bleak for graduating seniors

From difficult youth, Morgan senior has soared to graduate with honors and land FBI job

Sharpton urges cultural district honoring blacks

City auctions liens on homes; investors can collect


Detroit Free Press

Grenade's use in lethal raid questioned, defended

Detroiters deserve to know how innocent child was shot

It's up to Detroiters to stop bloodshed

Aiyana Jones slaying: Where was Mayor Bing?

Worthy asks State Police to investigate death of girl, 7

Judge Damon Keith praised as a trailblazer

3 DPS schools off the chopping block


Star Ledger

Jury rules drugmaker Novartis discriminated against women employees

Fifty N.J. school construction projects are stuck in limbo

Gov. Chris Christie pushes for property tax cap in N.J. Constitution

Psychologist testifies defendant in Newark schoolyard slayings trial is borderline retarded


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta sues to stop Fulton school from recruiting students away from city

Citizen board given power to subpoena police


The Washington Post

Supreme Court restricts life without parole for juveniles

Michelle Obama applauds food industry group's pledge to trim calories

Muslim soldier: Army has not addressed harassment complaints

Primaries may help foreshadow November elections

Primaries may impact the fortunes of Obama's White House

Study says more students struggling with reading at end of pivotal third grade


Los Angeles Times

ACLU sues to stop Arizona's immigration law

Tuesday primaries may be first expressions of voters' wrath

Schwarzenegger's 'ugly' budget

Democrat Newsom and Republican Maldonado for lieutenant governor


Chicago Tribune

Poll: 80% oppose Reagan on $50 bill

Canceled Arizona trip raises heat in Highland Park

Arizona company: We'll pay for them to play

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