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Today in Black America - June 3

POSTED: June 03, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

As Oil Slips Away, So Do Chances for Obama

Oil Companies Weigh Strategies to Fend Off Tougher Regulations

Obama Says He’ll Push for Clean Energy Bill

New Israeli Tack Needed on Gaza, U.S. Officials Say

States Receive a Reading List: New Standards for Education

Paterson Bill Would Begin Overhaul of Youth Prisons

New York Expected to Give Protections to Nannies


Baltimore Sun

Mourners recall how Raymond Haysbert changed lives

Mayor's panel to consider Baltimore's fiber options

City launches program to reduce infant deaths


The Christian Science Monitor

New public school 'core standards': Which states might not sign on?

Obama's Arizona immigration law summit: what to expect

Before BP oil spill, Big Oil-led study urged feds to cut safety testing

Britain calls Israel's Gaza flotilla raid unacceptable


Star Ledger

N.J. school districts provide resources for thousands of teachers facing layoffs

Proposed N.J. bill requires savings from wage freezes to be used to prevent teacher layoffs

Gov. Christie says plan Schundler reached with NJEA caved to teachers union
 
N.J. Dems plan vote to override Gov. Christie's 'millionaires tax' veto

Police memorial service to pay tribute to 5 murdered teens in Newark

Judge reduces bail for N.J. man charged in 1978 missing Newark teens case


The Washington Post

BP says more La. barrier island berms will cost $360 million

Firms operating offshore will have to give information about risks, precautions, MMS says

Obama hopes oil spill boosts support for climate bill

U.S. urged Israel to use caution and restraint with aid boats heading to Gaza

D.C. teachers' union ratifies contract, basing pay on results, not seniority

The Southeast Washington drive-by shootings: Deadly retaliation


Atlanta Journal Constitution

With signing, Perdue sets transportation plan into motion

Fulton, Sandy Springs at odds over Voting Rights Act

Testimony: Bernice King has demands before assuming SCLC presidency

Nonprofit uses discarded hotel soap to stop spread of disease in Africa


Detroit Free Press

Aiyana's dad with gunman, sources say; more arrests could be coming

Detroit mayor vetoes budget, says council plan would jeopardize services


Los Angeles Times

California lawmakers act on flurry of new bills


Chicago Tribune

Resolution calls on City Hall to boycott Arizona firms
 
A thriller of a project for Gary

Blagojevich trial will spotlight worst elements of state's political culture

Chicago attorney among activists detained in Israeli raid


Philadelphia Inquirer

Most on N.J. judicial panel quit over Christie move

Shot twice, witness testifies to support fine for intimidators

Fine witness intimidators, councilman proposes

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