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Today in Black America - July 21

POSTED: July 21, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

N.A.A.C.P. Backtracks on Official Accused of Bias

Jobless Benefit Extension Clears Senate Hurdle

Senate Panel Backs Kagan Nomination, With One Republican Vote

For Those Deported, Court Rulings Come Too Late

States Embrace National Standards for Schools

Media Seek Looser Guantánamo Rules

Senate Leader Did Legal Work for Broker With Ties to Loan Scandal

Hiring and Fairness


Baltimore Sun

Pace of Maryland job creation slows in June

Michelle Obama to kids: Get a move on
 
Md. students' test scores lackluster


The Christian Science Monitor

Shirley Sherrod: casualty of escalating 'tea party'-NAACP race spat?

JournoList: Is 'call them racists' a liberal media tactic?

Elena Kagan's role on Supreme Court: defender of 'ordinary people'?


Star Ledger

Gov. Christie to announce complete overhaul of gaming industry

Atlantic City officials, gamblers have mixed reactions on N.J. takeover of the casino district

Less than a third of N.J. residents favor offshore drilling, poll finds

Gov. Christie's report finds private, parochial schools save N.J. $2.7B annually

Democrats still lead N.J. fundraising, but Republicans are closing the gap

Ex-Montclair man killed in Branch Brook Park threatened sheriff's officer, prosecutor says

Orange nonprofit group lays off hundreds


Atlanta Journal Constitution

N.J. authorities reveal details about fatal shooting of Suwanee man


Detroit Free Press

No council vote on DPS question

Now, minister pushes for a vote on mayoral oversight of Detroit Public Schools

Detroit Fire Dept. clip heats up Web


The Washington Post

Firing of USDA official highlights larger political problems involving race

Excluded from invitation list for Obama's signing of Wall Street reform: Wall Street titans

Students disclose illegal status as part of push for immigration law reform

Gaza boat to be named 'audacity of hope'

Officials for D.C. Mayor Fenty seek probe of lottery contract

D.C. fund for crime victims highlights challenges of providing aid


Philadelphia Inquirer

Atlantic City takeover brings Camden to mind

Former South Harrison mayor files civil rights suit

'Socially inept' judge suspended

Corbett speaks out on jobs, jobless


Chicago Tribune

Blagojevich won't testify
 
Poll: Chicagoans believe crime is up

Judge hears Cedra Crenshaw's ballot case but doesn't hint at ruling

An Ag official's bum racism rap
 

Los Angeles Times

Southern California economy is beginning to gain strength, forecast says

Oakland council OKs plan to set up pot factories

Schwarzenegger to name appeals judge to fill chief justice post



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