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Today in Black America - May 10

POSTED: May 10, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Gingrich Set to Run, With Wife in Central Role

Recent Poll Shows Gingrich Has Work to Do

Boehner Outlines Demands on Debt Limit Fight

New Call in Albany to Quit U.S. Immigration Program

Texas: Bill to Allow Concealed Guns in Class Advances

Exonerated Inmates Fight Lawyer’s Lobbying Fees

In Reversal, City University Trustees Approve Honorary Degree for Tony Kushner

Police Dept. In Newark Is Facing U.S. Inquiry

The Detroit Free Press

State wins more than $200M for high-speed rail

Carlita Kilpatrick: Text message release ruined our lives

DPS Reading Corps looks to add tutors

Detroit police probe death of Wayne State football player

Death of Highland Park boy horrifies community

The Christian Science Monitor

Arizona to take appeal on immigration law straight to Supreme Court

Getting bin Laden and five other boosts to Obama's reelection bid

Bin Laden fallout: Do US trains need a 'no-ride list'?

Poor, minorities push back against booming Turkey's urban renewal

Gender inequality costs Asia $47 billion annually

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Violent weekend in metro Atlanta

Grady Hospital eyes more cuts

School budget picture brightens

The Baltimore Sun

U.S. drops part of case vs. Currie, but not bribery charges

Rawlings-Blake, ministers urge progress on 'Superblock'

Cash drives city's housing market

Job outlook brightens for new college graduates

The Star Ledger

Carl Lewis to appear in U.S. District Court in continuing attempt to run for N.J. state Senate

Feds steer $450M to N.J. for high-speed rail

Gov. Chris Christie signs bill ending early-release program for inmates

N.J. Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf, state Dems discuss education reform

Atlantic City International Airport added 850 jobs, $22.4M in tax revenue to region last three years

Chicago mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel's office reacts to Newark PD investigation

The Washington Post

Boehner demands ‘trillions’ in spending cuts

OPINION: Tea party blasts Boehner, Ryan

GOP senators block Justice nominee

Clyburn’s new role ‘a work in progress’

Hiring delay possible in Pr. George’s

D.C.’s child welfare director quits

Broadcast journalism behind bars

Chicago Tribune

Feds probe department led by incoming Chicago cop boss

Report: To keep schools safe, teachers need to be more visible

Fenger murder defendant: I was trying to protect brother

Chicago-Detroit high-speed rail gets boost

The Los Angeles Times

Some schools may have to ax extracurricular programs

65 arrested in teachers' protest at state Capitol

L.A. district plans shakeup at Huntington Park High

USA Today

Uninsured leave billions unpaid for hospital visits

Confederate group fights for state specialty plates

White women more likely to be childless, Census says

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