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Today in Black America - May 4

POSTED: May 04, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Tensions Rise as U.S. Officials Press Pakistan for Answers

Good Feeling Gone, in Congress, Anyway

Obama’s TV Audience Was His Largest

Overnight Polls Find Muted Improvement in Obama's Approval Rating

The Myth of Mr. Obama’s Weakness


Cool Hand Barack

Asthma Rate Rises Sharply in U.S., Government Says


Florida Puts Overhaul Of Courts to the Voters

Former Aide to Rangel Pleads Guilty in Tax Case



The Detroit Free Press

Strapped cities win OK of police, fire millages


DPS charter school bids roll in

DPS custodial contractor donates $1 million to schools for enrichment programs

3 districts see victories for funding, upgrades



The Christian Science Monitor

After Osama bin Laden's death, Congress rethinks aid to Pakistan

Bin Laden backlash? What US cities are doing to stop terror attacks.

Fed up with Phoenix, Tucson talks secession from Arizona

West Africa Rising: Can Japan check China's clout in Africa?


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Disgraced mayor Bill Campbell resurfaces in city

Atlanta Development Authority struggles to get city funds

Atlanta mayor proposes cuts, layoffs in 2012 spending budget

Wanted: ‘Team builder' to transform Atlanta Public Schools

21 APS students win Gates Millennium Scholarships


The Star Ledger


Legislators, resident advocates demand answers to Vineland Developmental Center closure questions


Christie vows to fight Obama administration in court over $271M for scrapped ARC tunnel

Plainfield community leaders call for action to stem deepening violence

Christie eyes former N.Y.C. schools chief for top Newark school post


Reorganization of Newark School Advisory Board shows North Ward power broker's influence

Husband of Jersey City college office manager sentenced to six years in prison for stealing more than $485K

Deputy Chief Samuel DeMaio is named Newark's acting police director



The Baltimore Sun

Effort to repeal tuition bill under way

City principals ratify new contract with career ladder, raises

4 more members of prison gang plead guilty to federal charges


The Chicago Tribune

Quinn: Concealed carry law would increase danger

Daley to preside over final council meeting

CPS leader hopes to avoid clashes

Welcome to Paybackistan



The Washington Post


Panetta: Bin Laden photo may be eventually released, but White House makes final call

Are bin Laden images too gruesome?


For 2012, a reversal of Obama’s selling points

An opening to end the Afghan war

Black church in D.C. goes green

D.C. Council confirms Irvin Nathan as attorney general



The Los Angeles Times

California won't resume executions this year

Senator demands apology for Assemblyman's comments on the chief justice

LAUSD shortens school day for teacher protest

$4-million bequest is largest ever for Pasadena City College


USA Today

Bin Laden's death was a turning point

Arab Americans hoping for new beginning

Report: Virginia lacks mental health services for kids






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