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Harlem's world famous Apollo Theater opened in 1933, eventually becoming a Mecca for Black entertainers and amateurs hoping for fame.

Today in Black America - May 28

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The New York Times

Obama Offers Regret Mixed With Resolve

Senate Approves Nearly $60 Billion for Wars

Employers Urged to Act Now to Expand Health Plans

F.D.A. Weighs Penalties in Drug Recall

Arizona Law Is Stoking Unease Among Latinos

Decades Later, Ex-Police Commander in Chicago Goes on Trial in Abuse Cases

Deal Near to Approve More N.Y. Charter Schools

Cuomo Accepts Governor Nomination

The President Confronts the Spill

Baltimore Sun

Parents feel cheated by test tampering

Baltimore County Council approves $2.56 billion budget

The Christian Science Monitor

Kingston manhunt for Dudus Coke continues as death toll hits 74

Jamaica's Bruce Golding denies link to drug lord Dudus Coke

Economic segregation rising in US public schools

Sen. Kerry makes his case for an energy bill

Gulf oil spill could be 'Obama's Katrina,' says top Republican McCarthy

Detroit Free Press

Cops and coalition at odds over fatal shooting of Aiyana Stanley-Jones

Group: Detroit police squads use excessive force

Another Kwame Kilpatrick lawyer exits

$1.5 million to aid preschoolers

Our region's future is tied to Detroit

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fired Savannah State football coach sues school

Chamber closes gubernatorial forum to media

Georgians, other Freedom Riders plan 50th anniversary

Star Ledger

N.J. teachers union joins Christie administration in 'Race to the Top' application

N.J., U.S. gun-trafficking investigation leads to three indictments, seizure of 230 weapons

Record number of students graduate from Hudson County Community College; Jesse Jackson gives keynote

Newark Housing Authority, N.J. Devils consider profit sharing deal on Prudential Center lease agreement

N.J. Sen. Lautenberg asks for IRS investigation into Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield CEO pay

Los Angeles Times

Despite their protestations, Whitman and Poizner sound similar to Schwarzenegger

L.A. Unified faces tough task in selling parcel tax

Palin to get $75,000 for Cal State Stanislaus speech

Investing in higher education is a win-win

Philadelphia Inquirer

Commission calls for overhaul of juvenile courts

Nutter, Council still far apart on budget

SEPTA board votes to raise fares July 1

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