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Today in Black America - March 15

POSTED: March 15, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Japan Faces Potential Nuclear Disaster as Radiation Levels Rise

Japan's Multiple Calamities

N.R.A. Declines to Meet With Obama on Gun Policy

Budget Stalemate Leaves Chaos at Many Agencies

Obama Urges Education Law Overhaul

Gains for NPR Are Clouded

Head of City’s Main Labor Federation Quits Amid Criticism

City to Revise Treatment of Children in Foster Care



The Detroit Free Press

New Web site provides help to seniors

GM Foundation makes $500K donation to American Red Cross to fund Japan relief efforts

USDA food institute awards U-M $5M grant to study obesity in preschool children


The Christian Science Monitor

No Child Left Behind: Why Congress will struggle to hit Obama's deadline

How did conservatism get to be radical?

Next up for Wisconsin: the mother of all recall drives


Somali pirates get life for attack on US frigate. Will it be a deterrence?

Japan's nuclear crisis: 6 reasons why we should – and shouldn't – worry

Japan can use the earthquake and tsunami to make reforms


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mistake costs Atlanta schools $48 million, delays projects


State OKs dual math tracks


Funding blow to Grady lessens


Chicago Tribune

Seeking Chicago's next police chief

Barbour assails Obama on Chicago visit


The Star Ledger

Poll shows drop in support after Christie gave speech in support of N.J. anti-abortion activists

Requests for N.J. inmate labor increase as cash-strapped towns look to cut costs

N.J. Supreme Court establishes guidelines on video-recorded witness testimony

N.J. hospitals establish emergency rooms specially designed for seniors


Jury clears Atlantic City councilman, 5 co-defendants in voter fraud trial

Eyes are on Newark, as city hosts March Madness NCAA tournament



The Baltimore Sun


In-state tuition rate for illegal immigrants passes Md. Senate

No Maryland law license? No problem

Read's walls to be saved

State pledges to restore, keep lead poisoning records


The Washington Post


Poll: Deep divisions on budget


Poll: Nearly two-thirds of Americans say Afghan war isn’t worth fighting

Haley Barbour says Obama doesn’t get the economy

Barbour’s press secretary resigns amid e-mail flap

Many more Hispanics than estimated


Fenty cleared in parks contracts investigation

Evans puts Gray, Brown on notice; fears ‘late-night’ jokes

Kwame Brown finances further scrutinized



The Los Angeles Times


Japan's nuclear crisis is also felt in Europe

Economic impact won't be confined to Japan

More of the jobless are taking unpaid internships

Scathing report alleges CalPERS corruption

L.A. school board to decide who will run new schools


USA Today

Japan fears nuclear crisis after blasts

Teens rise but don't shine before school


40% of dads with depression spank their 1-year-olds

FDA weighs ban on Newports, other menthol cigarettes








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