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Today in Black America - March 3

POSTED: March 03, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Signs Two-Week Budget Extension

Agencies Fine and Sue Companies That Purported to Aid Jobless

Fox News Takes Two Potential Candidates Off Air

Teachers Wonder, Why the Scorn?

Wife’s Charity Offers Corporate Tie to a Governor

Cuomo’s Teacher Plan Criticized as Falling Short on Seniority Rule

In Plea Deal, Ex-Paterson Aide Admits Shoving Former Companion

The Detroit Free Press

Michiganders wary of Gov. Rick Snyder's tax proposals

Detroit Mayor Bing, council compromise on public TV dispute

Ex-prosecutor Karen Plants pleads guilty to misconduct

Sources: Robert Bobb could go before official time is up

2 Detroit pastors knock on Glenn Beck's NYC door to wise him up

Tom Walsh: Bing doesn't want to be emergency financial manager, too

The Christian Science Monitor

Wisconsin union fight: Which side does US public support?

Supreme Court: 'hurtful speech' of Westboro Baptist Church is protected

Why is Jeb Bush sharing the stage with President Obama?

Zimbabwe's Mugabe tightens grip to prevent Mubarak-style sendoff

Qaddafi's foray east fails to dampen Libya uprising

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

New Birth cuts jobs, reduces salaries

Ga. jobless rate hits all-time high

Democrats, students challenge HOPE bill

Grady to close clinics

The Star Ledger

N.J. voters are more likely to support budget cuts

N.J. Senate President Sweeney says costs of benefits are breaking local government budgets

N.J. authority reveals approval process for $500M in construction projects at 10 schools

Parsippany school district delivers budget including Seitz raise in latest snub to Christie

Attorney: Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small's fraud trial based only on drug dealer's claim

Man pleads guilty to stealing over $485,000 from New Jersey City University student funds

The Baltimore Sun

KIPP school's future in Baltimore in limbo

Northrop Grumman to cut 500 jobs, most in Baltimore area

Chicago Tribune

Emanuel allies' secret fund

More minorities moving to suburbs

Potential top cop candidates sized up

Journalism program a study of perceptions

The Washington Post

Obama invites both parties to budget meeting

Midwest union battles highlight debate over improving schools

Ohio Senate passes bill that weakens union rights

Poll: Huckabee leads in South

The case against Herman Cain

Gray adds background checks

D.C. area job market sizzles

7 sorority sisters charged with hazing

The Los Angeles Times

20 years from Rodney King, LAPD embraces video scrutiny

Jerry Brown taps trusted former aide for key cabinet position

USA Today

Jobs, climate help North Carolina's Census jump

Conn. lawmakers consider gun-offender registry

Gates: Notion of force against Libya is 'loose talk'

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