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November 27, 2013

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - March 1

POSTED: March 01, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Tensions Raise Specter of Gas Reaching $5 a Gallon

Editorial: Romney Wins, the Middle Class Loses

After Many Tough Choices, the Choice to Quit

Romney Sets Off Furor on Contraception Bill

Ohio Offers Chance for a Santorum Rebound

Parkinson’s Drug May Help With Brain Injuries, Report Finds

More Blacks and Latinos Admitted to Elite New York High Schools

Churches Can Go Back to Schools, for Now

The Christian Science Monitor

Ohio school shooting: why the gun owner won't be held accountable

A Congress with no room for Olympia Snowe and other centrists?

Arizona, Michigan primary results restore Mitt Romney as GOP front-runner

Support for gay marriage rises among California voters, poll finds

The Star Ledger

Christie slams NYPD over Muslim spying program in N.J.

Orange worker accused of making death threats against city's mayor

Obama's re-election campaign headquarters opens in North Brunswick

N.J. official: Other Medicaid savings will make up for loss of $107 million in federal reimbursement

The Detroit Free Press

Detroit's east side put on notice: Feds are cracking down on rash of violence

Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano apologizes for scandal in State of the County speech

Settlement in emergency manager lawsuit to restore some pay to Detroit schools workers

Detroit financial review team forms subcommittee to meet in private

State House could decide U-M union battle

The Washington Post

Bernanke strikes cautious tone amid signs economic recovery accelerating

Santorum looks to beat back perceptions

The ultrasound overreach

Obama honors Iraq war vets at White House

Obama team fires back at Kochs

Black women cite perks, challenges at forum

Md. lawmakers consider transgender anti-discrimination bill

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Charter schools bill tabled

Atlanta leaders hope the sewer tax endures

Implicated teachers want APS hearing

Desegregation agreement between feds, Valdosta schools

Judge who brandished gun in court to leave bench

The Chicago Tribune

DCFS faces questions in boy's death

Montana judge admits sending racist email about Obama

Chicago-area gas tax hike proposed to fund mass transit investment

The Los Angeles Times

New bills would aid Calif. homeowners facing foreclosure

Compton plans ballot measure on switching to voting by district

3 charged in '98 skinhead killings near Vegas

L.A. Unified head seeks end to misconduct file rule

USA Today

States consider drug testing welfare recipients

Poll: Obama leads GOP rivals on health care issues

Graphic images on cigarettes blocked

Editorial: Sen. Snowe leaves void at the center

Newspaper heiress admits running a crack house in Vt.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland Jobs Corps Academy should not escape scrutiny: Mark Naymik

Mitt Romney's interview with Ohio News Network reporter leads to gaffe on birth control issue

Mitt Romney swings through Ohio to build momentum as Super Tuesday nears

President Obama calls Chardon High principal, expresses condolences

Newt Gingrich taps close Kasich political adviser Doug Preisse for Ohio leadership team

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