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Today in Black America - May 6

POSTED: May 06, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Data Show Bin Laden Plots; C.I.A. Hid Near Raided House

In Long Pursuit of Bin Laden, the Raid That Just Missed


Secret Stealthy Helicopters Used in Bin Laden Raid


Obama Honors Victims of Bin Laden at Ground Zero

5 Questions About Friday’s Jobs Report

5 G.O.P. Hopefuls (Who?) Flock to First Debate of ’12 Race

Florida Passes Bill to Limit 3rd-Party Voter Registration

Mayor to Pull Back on Child Care Cuts and Trim $400 Million More From Agencies

Outrage on CUNY Vote to Shelve Playwright’s Award



The Detroit Free Press

$48.5 million in unpaid bills await new Detroit Public Schools manager

Community groups are working to spiff up metro Detroit

Bank to pay $3.6M in housing aid to settle discrimination suit

Detroit high school student wins $24,000 journalism scholarship

Detroit councilman's plan cuts Detroit budget by $100M

Wayne State grad, mom from Nigeria reunite after years apart



The Christian Science Monitor

Exclusive: Pakistan had to know bin Laden was there, most Americans say

9/11 families to Obama: 'Thank you for doing what you promised'

Hillary Clinton: US to use Qaddafi's frozen assets against him


National Day of Prayer a testament to America's uniqueness, backers say

Phoebe Prince bullies sentenced, but how do they make things right?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Gingrich opens campaign HQ

More parole officers to supervise ex-cons

Neighborhood groups angry over ouster of popular APD commander; Chief Turner says replacement will be appointed soon


Parole board chair re-elected



The Star Ledger

U.S. appeals court orders that Carl Lewis be placed on N.J. Senate primary ballot


N.J. lawmakers question Christie's refusal to restore $1.7B cuts to public education


Environmental groups take legal action in attempt to stop power-line project


Assembly panel advances bill to move presidential primary to June


Witnesses say man may have pulled gun as Obama motorcade passed near Ground Zero


The Baltimore Sun

Maryland to fund gambling addiction programs

MTA to hold open houses to discuss planned Red Line


The Washington Post

At Ground Zero, Obama quietly completes a circle

GOP contenders criticize Obama

In Treasury’s plan to overhaul corporate taxes, a political minefield


Poll: ‘Birtherism’ fades away

MoCo council lines up against Leggett

Indictment in yoga store slaying

Who stroke victims call first


Chicago Tribune

Burke would keep Finance Committee chairmanship under reorganization plan


Preckwinkle hires Weis aide to oversee homeland security

Blagojevich on wiretap: Obama aides 'pigs,' won't cut deal

CTU objects to parts of ed reform bill


The Los Angeles Times


State high court sets new timetable for tobacco suits

Unlicensed businesses flourish in L.A. area



USA Today

Files show bin Laden aimed to hit big U.S. cities, trains on 9/11 anniversary


Medical groups sell companies access to their membership



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