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Today in Black America - March 24

POSTED: March 24, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Shady Dealings Helped Qaddafi Build Fortune and Regime

Mural of Maine’s Workers Becomes Political Target

Illinois: Some Movement in House Stalemate

States Pass Budget Pain to Cities


Census Lessons for Detroit From Memphis’s 1870s Loss


Los Angeles County Moves to Fire 6 Sheriff’s Deputies

Hospital Settles Suit Filed After Deaths in Hurricane

Bill Seeks to Expand Rights for New York’s Immigrants

Welfare Worker and Supervisor Charged in Death of Child


The Detroit Free Press

Lower census numbers means Detroit could lose millions of dollars

Growing poverty may be biggest number


Detroit debt crisis may grow

Dense Hamtramck a model for Bing's Detroit reshaping plans

Racial integration in the suburbs brings no battles, but issues remain


The Christian Science Monitor

US role in Libya mission: Top Democrats say Obama got it right


Obama vows a lesser US role in Libya, but new plan yet to be sealed


Detroit fights back against plummeting population

Guns in government buildings? Four controversial gun rights bills in Arizona.

Top priority in US earthquake study: nuclear power plant near New York City


State illegal immigration laws: What have they accomplished?

Is there a 'war on cops'? Eric Holder vows action as police fears rise.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta No. 1 for minority business

Cops 'shot at an alarming rate'

Personal income in Georgia grows, though less than U.S. average

Deal: Ga. spending millions on federal health law

Lawyers ask for review of ex-judge Camp's rulings, sentences


The Star Ledger

N.J. homeless population rises by more than 6 percent in two years

Christie says he's confident about convincing N.J. Supreme Court the state can't afford full aid for schools


Criticism of early-release program escalates as N.J. records show another slaying attributed to ex-inmate

N.J. officials consider creating regional police force in Camden County

N.J. Gov. Christie tops list of Republicans in hypothetical race for presidential nomination, poll shows


Newark school district considers 400 employee layoffs to close $75M budget gap


Newark school board election candidate survives ballot challenge


The Baltimore Sun

O'Malley budget clears House hurdle


City school board raises tuition 10 percent for non-city residents

Deadbeat delegate hasn't paid water bill for 2 years

Baltimore council redistricting plan sparks controversy


Chicago Tribune


Some parents: Skip breakfast in class

CPS proposes school consolidations to save costs

Rhymefest-Cochran race boils down to turnout in 20th Ward

U. of I. OKs 6.9% tuition hike


The Washington Post

Opponents of unlimited outside election spending take issue to FCC

Poll: Majority say hike taxes, cut spending to fix the budget

The conservative case for the Affordable Care Act, part III

Tower at Reagan National went silent

In Pr. George’s, grumbling over ties


McKinley principal placed on leave


Los Angeles Times


Support for Brown's tax-extension plan is slipping, poll shows

Land sale to Bell came with $425,000 'charitable contribution,' which is missing

City Council approves LAPD hiring freeze

A little stress can be a long-term problem for mental health, study finds



USA Today

South Carolina grows more urban

NRC to review safety at U.S. nuclear plants

Half of 'earmark' spending untouched in GOP bills

MLK parade bomb suspect pleads not guilty

More U.S. colleges adding Muslim chaplains



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