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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - September 28

POSTED: September 28, 2010, 12:00 am

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Thre New York Times

As Laws Shift, Voters Cast Ballots Weeks Before the Polls Close

Obama Puts Campaigning Back on His Agenda

Stevens Case Prosecutor Kills Himself

Governor Postpones Execution in California

4,100 Students Prove ‘Small Is Better’ Rule Wrong

Still Few Women in Management, Report Says


Even Sweden

Cuomo Assails Paladino for ‘Extremist Views’

Lazio Leaves Race, Giving Reluctant Aid to a Rival


Star Ledger


N.J. Assembly committee approves bill in Gov. Christie's 2 percent tax cap 'tool kit'

Gov. Chris Christie to outline proposed education reforms

Newark schools come closer to meeting $100 million matching funds goal

Sen. Lautenberg says Gov. Christie refuses to let NJ Transit, U.S. officials meet on Hudson tunnel project

Ex-N.J. senator Wayne Bryant is indicted on additional bribery charges

Police arrest alleged shooter in Seton Hall party slaying; second suspect at large

More than 2,000 Newark employees to be notified their jobs might be eliminated


Baltimore Sun

Ehrlich blasts O'Malley labor department

Healthy Howard figures show success, though data raises questions

Writer David Simon, creator of 'The Wire' and 'Homicide,' wins 2010 MacArthur 'genius' award


Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia executes inmate who had attempted suicide

DA: Bishop Long tried to have burglary charges dropped


Fulton probe derailed by politics, lawyers say


Detroit Free Press

2 more men arraigned in DPS laptop thefts

Slain Detroit cop to receive posthumous award

Surviving hard economy in Michigan, more dads stay at home


The Christian Science Monitor


Obama and Biden to student-age voters: Help!


Why is Obama taking on teachers' unions right before Election 2010?

Bishop Eddie Long: Will case force open talk in black church about sexuality?


West Bank dispute: Palestinian leader gives peace talks one-week reprieve

Liberia's only woman newspaper editor packs a 'Punch'



Chicago Tribune


Emanuel nears decision on running for mayor of Chicago

Teach For America supplies charter schools

Social-service agencies beg state to pay its bills


The Washington Post

Liberal groups plan One Nation rally in D.C.

New 'Super Pacs' bringing millions into campaigns

Biden warned Obama during Afghan war review not to get 'locked into Vietnam'

Oil spill commission questions BP's response plan

The GOP's Northeast Achilles' heel

Connecticut and California join probe of Ally, order foreclosures freeze

D.C. Public Schools' Head Start program has problems, federal report says

Obama: D.C. schools don't measure up to his daughters' private school

E-mails: Mistakenly released negative jobs report a public relations 'fiasco' for Md. governor's office


Los Angeles Times


Philanthropists move to rescue ICEF Public Schools

Obama renews call to remove underperforming teachers, lengthen school year

California's first execution in five years delayed by legal issues

Schwarzenegger vetoes bills protecting hourly workers

With son behind bars, mother wages battles for his education

Teacher's suicide shocks students, teachers and parents








 
 
 
 

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