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Today in Black America - March 29

POSTED: March 29, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Cites Limits of U.S. Role in Libya

President Obama on Libya

Capital Injustice

Michigan Cuts Jobless Benefit by Six Weeks

Clashes Fuel Debate Over U.S. Plan to Leave Iraq

To Fight Discrimination, a Long List of No-Nos

In Budget Fight, an Albany Titan Is Overshadowed

The Detroit Free Press

Michigan governor Rick Snyder signs bill to cut unemployment benefits in 2012

Democrats push for amendment to protect K-12 funding

Ex-prosecutor Karen Plants starts Wayne Co. jail stay

Let kids access sites, ACLU tells school

Christian, Muslim pastors to condemn Terry Jones today

The Christian Science Monitor

Indiana Democrats' Wisconsin-style walkout ends after flurry of compromise

Supreme Court set to take up massive Wal-Mart discrimination case

Why sharply divided Supreme Court may strike down Arizona campaign-finance law

Traces of Japanese radiation detected in 13 US states

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed, council at odds over transportation needs

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Troy Davis' appeal

Lawsuit seeks dissolution of Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Milton, Chattahoochee Hills

The Star Ledger

ACLU lawsuit accuses 2 Newark police officers of illegally detaining, threatening honors student

Sen. Sweeney plan for N.J. workers to contribute more for benefits gains little support among Democrats

More N.J. students pass alternate high school graduation test

Christie recruits former N.J. attorney general, Supreme Court justice to defend cutbacks in school funding

Autopsy rules Newark teen drowning during California school trip an accident

N.J. redistricting commission returns to redrawing legislative districts after Christie visit

The Baltimore Sun

Supervisor of city workers accused of gambling suspended

Baltimore Co. homicides down by a third in 2010

Students rally for their teachers

City education leaders give input on No Child Left Behind

The Washington Post

Obama defends U.S. intervention in Libya

Court skeptical about Ariz. law

Previewing Durbin’s Muslim hearing

Gray calls again for ‘one city’

D.C. judge is urged to order search for woman’s remains

DC Statehood Fund donations down

Chicago Tribune

Top educator keeps focus on kids

Public hearings on state Senate redistricting begin

Guilty plea in scheme that targeted Muslims

Ex-Waukegan police chief chosen as Lake County coroner

Obama picks campaign headquarters

The Los Angeles Times

Who wants a union? Not Southern autoworkers, it seems

Nurses to play a greater role in healthcare

'Value-added' teacher evaluations: L.A. Unified tackles a tough formula

Empire, Nev., crumbles after housing crash

USA Today

D.C. to review test erasures

In Georgia, test-answer erasures triggered criminal probe

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