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Today in Black America - April 22

POSTED: April 22, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Nation’s Mood at Lowest Level in Two Years, Poll Shows

Poll Finds Lack of Passion for Republican Candidates

Senator Ensign to Resign Amid Inquiry

Evidence Aside, State Lawmakers Debate ‘Birther’ Bills

At Ebenezer Baptist Church, a Glorious Rebirth

From Home Crowd, Praise - and Some Boos - for Paul Ryan

City Issues Rule to Ban Dirtiest Oils at Buildings

The Detroit Free Press

Religious leaders unite against Terry Jones as pastor battles to hold anti-Muslim rally

Editorial: Resist overreaction to prejudiced pastor

Pastor Terry Jones' rally becomes battle over free speech

Racist graffiti found at Birmingham Seaholm High School

Federal judge to decide whether a life sentence for juveniles is cruel and unusual punishment

Mental health advocates decry state plan to save $8.5 million by switching inmates to generic drugs

The Christian Science Monitor

Why Obama agreed to unleash Predator drones on Qaddafi forces

Will Wisconsin recount affect collective bargaining bill?

Gary Johnson declares for president: Is he the next Ron Paul?

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Confederate flag to fly every day

Georgia businesses fear impact of immigration law

A shake-up in HR as city's pension fight continues

East Point mayor, council continue war of words

Delta sorority holds health fair

Fulton Youth Commission recommends action

The Baltimore Sun

Phylicia Barnes' body found in river

New farms to take root in Baltimore

Funeral motorcade will be one last road trip for Schaefer

In ESPN feature, Luke Scott stands by his Obama comments

The Star Ledger

NJ Transit worker fired for burning Quran near Ground Zero will get his job back

Newark schools superintendent search narrowed to 2 candidates, sources say

Gov. Christie names Seton Hall Law School Dean Patrick Hobbs to chair State Commission of Investigation

Lt. Gov. Guadagno waits to decide if Carl Lewis meets residency requirements to run for N.J. Senate

Former Gov. Kean speaks to legislators about plans to revamp N.J.'s higher education system

Trenton officials vow crackdown after mother, 3 year old are shot in drive-by

N.J. tea party group files suit challenging constitutionality of new legislative district map

Chicago Tribune

Few fans of Blagojevich in jury pool

Health advocates worry as key link to women, children is shifted

FDA: Sanitizers don't kill MRSA

The Washington Post

A migration with big political impact

States’ new GOP majorities, governors have made mark on a wide range of issues

What if the 2012 GOP field is set?

Bone marrow drive at Howard

Ethics law addresses ‘Dernoga money’ in Prince George’s County

Public employees in Montgomery head to court in fight over benefits

The Los Angeles Times

In L.A., Obama makes his case for reelection

Bell's rookie council begins charting a new course

Five accused of luring Florida teen to his death

Republican legislator joins Gov. Brown's road trip

Cal State Fullerton students end 4-day sit-in over budget cuts

USA Today

Coastal residents aim to preserve rich African culture

Alabama city to try full day of school online

2011 college grads finding a better job market

CDC predicts smoking bans in all states by 2020

Japan to build 100K homes for tsunami victims

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