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Shirley Anita St. Hill (later Chisholm) is born in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1924, and would later win election to Congress.

Today in Black America - February 3

POSTED: February 03, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Arab World Faces Its Uncertain Future

Europe Leaders Call for Faster Transition in Egypt

Senate Rejects Repeal of Health Care Law

Early Maneuvering on Possible Shutdown

E.P.A. Plans New Limits on Toxic Chemicals in Drinking Water

Cuomo’s Budget Whittles at All Corners of the State

Gov. Cuomo's Budget

Bloomberg Seeks a Sweeping Overhaul of City’s Pensions

Detroit Free Press

U-M law clinic: Records prove convicted killer Mark Craighead is innocent after all

What merits a closer look at inmates' claims of innocence?

Survey on Detroit council spending called misleading

The Christian Science Monitor

Egypt street violence: Few options for Obama administration

Why Palestinians remain so quiet as Egyptians loudly rail against Mubarak

Protests in Egypt come down to a demand for dignity

Value added tax: Senate weighs a tax reform Reagan once shunned

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Census estimates show big gains for US minorities

Cops: Boy, 14, shot and killed friend

Foreclosure crisis hitting some metro churches

Genealogy: Black family history symposium Feb. 26

Star Ledger

Top financial officer of Passaic Valley Sewerage Commissioners resigns, 5 employees are fired

N.J. Office of Legislative Services confirms toll hikes can be rolled back, disputing Christie administration

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's link to Atlantic County firms was forged during private shore party

Corzine money train stops running; Hudson Dems received nearly $300K from ex-gov

Casino project resumes with $261 million from N.J.

N.J. Democrats ask Republicans to disclose donors to organization funding redistricting efforts

Chicago Tribune

Blizzard of '11: 3rd-snowiest on record

Time for a serious mayoral issue: Dibs

The Baltimore Sun

Mexican cartel on trial in city drug case

National movement for school choice embraced in city

Baltimore schools celebrate career and technology education

The Washington Post

Republicans aim to limit EPA's reach on emmisions

Federal jobs still available; diversity sought

Planned Parenthood fires worker caught on video

Nonprofits won't move to Hill site

Va. Senate adopts discrimination bill

O'Malley won't give new big idea

The Los Angeles Times

Report criticizes California electricity surcharge program

L.A. football stadium plan may spark broader look at development process, lawmaker says

Protesters back UC Irvine students against grand jury probe

Principal fatally shot at elementary school; janitor in custody [Updated]

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