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Today in Black America - June 23

POSTED: June 23, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

McChrystal’s Fate in Limbo as He Prepares to Meet Obama

General Faces Unease Among His Own Troops, Too

Drilling Ban Blocked; U.S. Will Issue New Order

Obama Requests Money for Border Security

Census Reports It Has Reached Almost All Households

Nikki Haley Is Winner in South Carolina Runoff

Ex-Aide to Paterson Takes Fifth Amendment

City Growth May Affect Party Power in Albany

Cutting Off the Unemployed


Baltimore Sun

Md. high court to decide whether state police must disclose records on racial profiling complaints
 
Baltimore gang leader sentenced to two life terms


The Christian Science Monitor

Gulf oil spill: Americans pitch their ideas for cleaning it up

Louisiana backs oil industry, wants drilling moratorium thrown out

Senate Democrats to Obama on energy bill: Help us

With Nikki Haley and Tim Scott, will South Carolina runoffs make history?

California faces $19 billion budget deficit despite massive cuts

After escaping flotilla uproar, Israel faces new flap over Jerusalem


The Washington Post

Business leaders say Obama's economic policies stifle growth

Administration broadens effort to fight homelessness

Obama warns insurance companies not to unnecessarily raise costs

On McChrystal, little bark -- or bite -- from Obama

MiCongress lets lawmakers buy own cable channels to talk to constituents

Orszag to resign as White House budget director, source says

Arlington Cemetery officials knew about discarded tombstones found in stream

Misconduct in hiring alleged at D.C. health finance agency

D.C.'s successful voucher program deserves a second life

Tolerance of white militias exemplifies racial double standard


Detroit Free Press

Social Forum kicks off with Woodward walk

Expanded learning program to help DPS kids move ahead

Big names push DPS board change

Detroit: Don't accept indecent behavior


Atlanta Journal Constitution

CNN: Georgia has 2 of nation's fastest growing counties

Georgia leaves more transit money idle

DeKalb won't close rec centers, raise taxes

CRCT scores analyzed after new cheating tips


Star Ledger

Gov. Christie to review proposed changes to N.J. school-choice bill

How much N.J. will save after Gov. Chris Christie's budget cuts

Rutgers officials say employee salaries will not increase as unions protest


Philadelphia Inquirer

Pa.'s record campaign donors: Trio give $5 million plus to Sen. Williams

State officials argue over governing board for struggling school districts

City won't pay for Nutter trip to inspect oil spill


Chicago Tribune

Youth's slaying shows limits of struggling school's progress

Illinois State Police revoke Muslim chaplain appointee

Daley, Wal-Mart tout benefits of chain coming to Chicago

Small loans, big business


Los Angeles Times

Maywood to hire others to run the city

Whitman dismisses uproar about alleged shoving incident with EBay employee

State Senate leader pitches plan to shift services to counties

L.A. Unified hires Gates Foundation official as deputy superintendent



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