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Today in Black America - March 30

POSTED: March 30, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Washington in Fierce Debate on Arming Libyan Rebels

Confidence Slips as Japan Battles Nuclear Peril


Lessons From Fukushima Taught on Capitol Hill

Revised Bill on Collective Bargaining Advances in Ohio

$14 Million Jury Award to Ex-Inmate Is Dismissed

Foreclosure Aid Fell Short, and Is Fading

Group Seeks Labor E-Mails by Michigan Professors

High School Graduation Rate in the City Is Lower Than Reported

Amid Layoffs, City to Spend More on School Technology

Planners of Mosque Considering New Project


The Detroit Free Press


Doctors warn about Facebook use and teen depression

1,400 Michigan bridges need fixing; spans rated 13th worst

Detroiter who stole to feed 5 grandkids is facing prison

Snyder says cuts to 2012 jobless benefits a shift to focus on jobs

Security high at Port Huron school after list targeting black students found



The Christian Science Monitor


NATO commander: It is 'premature' to talk of Libya exit strategy

At London Libya meeting, the 'soft power' side of international action

West Africa Rising: How Qaddafi's downfall would hurt Libya's southern neighbors

Wal-Mart case highlights status of women in US workplace


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Slain pastor remembered as ‘a great man'

Atlanta launches volunteerism plan


The Star Ledger


N.J. treasurer says Christie intends to refuse millionaire's tax

Republicans argue current N.J. legislative district map favors Democrats

Toll collectors union stages sit-in at N.J. Turnpike Authority meeting in protest of privatization

Parsippany school board approves budget and still plans to pay superintendent above the cap


Hundreds attend Newark school board candidate debate amid outcry over charter schools

Superior Court judge to oversee N.J. mortgage foreclosure process

Essex County College faculty issues no-confidence vote, lists pages of complaints against president


The Baltimore Sun


Mayor's budget cuts $65 million

Wire actress 'Snoop' swaps attorneys in drug case



Chicago Tribune

Video games in school? New teaching concept coming to CPS this fall


Northwestern professor out as leader of Medill Innocence Project

At Cabrini's last high-rise, blinking lights tell a fading history

Emanuel said to be making own list for top cop

City Council candidates raised $1.6 million since Feb. 22 election


The Washington Post


Gaddafi’s forces push back rebels in key town as momentum shifts

House GOP leaders turn to Dems for deal

After Libya speech, concerns remain


Familiar squabbles heard at hearing on Muslim civil rights

Report clears Justice Department in Black Panther case

Justices question path for Wal-Mart gender discrimination lawsuit

What NBC News failed to mention about GE


D.C. chancellor asks for test-score probe

Mike DeBonis: Michelle Rhee’s flat-earth response

Baker banking on new jobs

Va. Assembly starts drawing


The Los Angeles Times

Fletcher elected next president of United Teachers Los Angeles

Brown ends talks on bipartisan California budget deal

Redistricting commission sets public-input schedule

L.A. elementary schools to switch reading programs


USA Today

NCAA president: Time to discuss players getting sliver of revenue pie

NAACP diversifies its leadership, agenda

Levi Strauss will pay more than $1M to 600 workers for alleged overtime rules violations

Texas death row inmates sue over execution drugs




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