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Today in Black America - May 23

POSTED: May 23, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Death Toll Rises to 89 From Tornado


Daniels Is Out, in Another Jolt to G.O.P. Field

Obama Presses Israel to Make ‘Hard Choices’

Gates Warns Against Big Cuts in Military Spending


Workers of the World, Please See Our Web Site

Behind Grass-Roots School Advocacy, Bill Gates


The Detroit Free Press

Cuts to block grants threaten services across metro Detroit

State hires hundreds of workers to help children


Michigan's universities sitting on $3.4B

Rochelle Riley: Florida journalist leaves legacy in Detroit


New Detroit fire commissioner has many challenges ahead


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama to AIPAC: I won’t back down on Israel-Palestine border issue


Election 2012: Mitch Daniels out, where does that leave the GOP?


Herman Cain announces presidential candidacy: Is he 2012's Teddy Roosevelt?


Sudan's seizure of key border town reignites concerns of civil war


Louisiana's Cajun country braces for historic flooding


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

APS board mulls return to old way of doing business


McKinney blasts U.S. on Libya TV



The Star Ledger

N.J. Supreme Court to announce school funding case decision


Braun: Plenty of talk to overhaul N.J. charter schools, but little agreement


State Sen. Teresa Ruiz pushes new teacher tenure reform bill

N.J. farmers using new technologies to bring farms to urban areas


Man earns degree from Essex County Community College after his son's slaying in Newark


The Washington Post

Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO enters 2012 race

States cut back on HIV, AIDS drugs

FEMA preps in wake of Missouri tornadoes

Dismay among Gray backers

Council to force testimony in hiring probe

DCPS cheating probe incomplete


The Baltimore Sun

School officials, charter leaders at odds over funding disparity

Training director named for city state's attorney's office


Chicago Tribune

Pfleger returns to the pulpit of St. Sabina


Democrats defend redistricting map; GOP seeks challenge

Trice: Dying activist wants good deeds to live on

New Harvey park board member quits in protest


The Los Angeles Times

Justices uphold ordered release of California inmates


Parole agent is key in arrest in fan's beating

Los Angeles teachers union seeks to block test of evaluation program

Japanese American former internees to get honorary degrees



USA Today

Twin Cities deemed healthiest in USA

Former aide lashes Sarah Palin in new tell-all book

14 D.C. classrooms investigated for test irregularities


Twisters were Alabama's costliest disaster






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