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Today in Black America - June 14

POSTED: June 14, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Criticism Flowing Like Oil, but Obama’s Rating Is Steady

Obama Presses for Aid to Cities and States

More Questions About Mysterious South Carolina Senate Candidate

New Rules on Changes to Benefits

All Her Life, Nikki Haley Was the Different One

The Courage to Leave


The Christian Science Monitor

Don't call it a stimulus package: Obama wants another $50 billion

BP oil spill: with escrow plan, Obama races to claim BP's money

Gulf oil spill and the political spillover in the Senate energy debate

The rise of the Indian-American candidate, as Nikki Haley and others run

South Carolina head scratcher: More curiosities in election of Alvin Greene


Baltimore Sun

Officer charged with murder turns himself in

Teens volunteer to remove trash to launch city-wide effort


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Metro Atlanta foreclosures rise 15 percent in June

DeKalb wants to close two rec centers, pool


Detroit Free Press

Bing, Detroit council leaders talk budget funds

Peace rally to heal Detroit draws hundreds

'This Is Our Detroit' set to join fight

Worthy's letter opposing boot camp for Kilpatrick sent back


The Washington Post

Obama to demand vast fund from BP for victims' claims

Retirements by baby-boomer doctors, nurses could strain overhaul

On Capitol Hill, Ways and Means staff director wields rare power

Gray bests Fenty in D.C. Democratic straw poll

The boos keep flying at D.C. Mayor Fenty


Star Ledger

Friends, neighbors question Linden fatal shooting of ex-high school athlete, family man

N.J. Assembly bill would require special interest groups disclose their contributors

Councilman Charles Bell, challenger Darrin Sharif to face off in Central Ward election runoff


Philadelphia Inquirer

Advocates say poor need available free cell phones

Temple nurses win jobless benefits in work stoppage

Kevin Riordan: Mayor Redd, tear down these walls


Los Angeles Times

31 Probation Department officers may escape discipline for misconduct

California universities consider adopting the T-word: tuition

Schwarzenegger seeks to create high-speed demonstration train between L.A. and San Diego


Chicago Tribune

Taking initiative, one father at a time

Back in Chicago, Desiree Rogers dodges White House controversy

Making black families matter

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