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Today in Black America - June 3

POSTED: June 03, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Romney, Opening Race, Presents Himself as the Candidate to Face Obama

Moody’s Warns of Downgrade for U.S. Credit

Employment Data May Be the Key to the President’s Job

Nutrition Plate Unveiled, Replacing Food Pyramid

Chemicals in Farm Runoff Rattle States on the Mississippi

As Mayor Holds Firm on Teacher Layoffs, Some See Reasons Beyond Money

Court Lets City Restrict Church Use of Schools

The Detroit Free Press

Detroit budget cuts: Mayor Dave Bing, City Council edge closer to compromise

Snyder asks high court to rule on tax plan

Communities want state to modify tax structure as revenue drops

Suspects in DPS laptop thefts charged

Kwame Kilpatrick reflective in prison, tutoring fellow inmates

The Christian Science Monitor

Election 101: Nine facts about Mitt Romney and his White House bid

Will a personal plea from Geithner sway GOP freshmen on debt ceiling?

GOP seizes on Kucinich idea as a way to condemn Obama on Libya

Nutritional coup: 'My Plate' replaces USDA food pyramid

South Africa moves ahead with bill to limit freedom of information

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lawmakers aid charter students

The Washington Post

Romney says he can heal economy

The Fix: Romney channels Ronald Reagan

Hopefuls court evangelical support

House Dems, Obama meet on debt

MoCo Council president says police union chief crossed a line

Kwame Brown’s specific SUV request

The Star Ledger

Unrepentant Gov. Christie says he wants to end the drama, writes check for $2,151 for helicopter travel

South Brunswick delays zoning decision on charter school

N.J. to shut down state initiative intended to help clean up 'brownfields'

N.J. lawmakers, union officials ask Christie to reconsider NJN management transfer plan

Lee Evans competent to stand trial for 1978 Newark murders, attorney says

Eight members of an Essex County drug crew arrested in narcotics crackdown

Funeral held for Newark police officer killed in drive-by shooting

Chicago Tribune

Prosecutors paint Blago as slippery

Businessman gets probation for bribing now-jailed alderman

Chicago Public Schools to cut central office's budget by $75 million

Chicago's casino bet

The Baltimore Sun

Bernstein criticizes police in officer misconduct case

New city division to target violent repeat offenders

State Sen. Catherine Pugh plans campaign for Baltimore mayor

Maryland hospitals are reporting more problems to state

City presents $2M plan to spend slots revenue near Pimlico

The Los Angeles Times

Former L.A. Black Panther leader dies

Water district gives contracts, gains clout

California lawmakers will lose pay if budget isn't passed by June 15, state controller says

California Legislature advances bills on food containers, cellphones in prisons

USA Today

Did John Edwards break the law?

Foreclosures may have crested, but recovery's slow

Faith conference may be 'difficult bridge' for some candidates

CDC: More have HIV as treatment prolongs lives

3 Americans have mutant strain of E. coli hitting Europe

The Plain Dealer

United Way of Greater Cleveland announces funding plan for social services

Ohio school funding: How much is planned for your district?

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