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Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - March 5

POSTED: March 05, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Before Super Tuesday, Big Names Rally to Romney


Room for Debate: The Last Gasp of the G.O.P.?

Romney Could Win Majority of Super Tuesday Delegates

Limbaugh Advertisers Flee Show Amid Storm

Legal Strategy Taken by Shell Is Rarely Successful


Budget Cuts May Threaten City Programs for Children


Hard-Working Teachers, Sabotaged When Student Test Scores Slip

Update on New York Redistricting


The Christian Science Monitor

Does Rush Limbaugh’s apology put his ‘slut’ comment behind him? Not likely


Can Mitt Romney carry his ‘Big Mo’ through Super Tuesday?

With BP oil spill billions at stake, why did Gulf fishermen suddenly settle?


Is Afghanistan worth it? US doubts rise after Quran burning violence.


The Star Ledger


Newark's former police director addresses Muslims in Chicago, pledges no 'blanket surveillance'

Muslim leaders leave discussion with N.J. AG with no promises of investigation

Activist asks New Jersey to declare violence a public health crisis

8 who could run against N.J. Gov. Chris Christie: Democrats to watch

Jersey City track coach encourages men to get PSA screenings following prostate cancer diagnosis

Low test scores and failure to complete reports leads to charter school closures in Trenton, Pleasantville


The Detroit Free Press


Heroin addiction rising in metro Detroit suburbs

Slow payment from Detroit halts housing project


Filmgoer takes stand on costly snacks, sues AMC Livonia theater

State of the City: Mayor looks to defend Southfield from decline

22 new Michigan casinos planned, but success isn't a sure bet


The Washington Post

Obama’s allies, foes speculate on a big second-term agenda


A Gotham moment for the GOP?


Rush Limbaugh should take lessons from Imus, liberal talk-show host Shultz

How is the Roberts Court unusual? A law professor counts the ways.

Living mostly in the shadows

Obama volunteers target Virginia



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Ga. students score big on AP exams


Poll: Gingrich leads in Ga. but voters doubt him

APS educators given termination notice


APS chief to recommend attendance zone changes

Letter from Davis announces shift in measuring students


The Chicago Tribune

U. of I. trustees call emergency meeting


Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic


Preliminary recommendation: Close Chicago Jazz Ensemble, Center for Black Music Research

High DCFS caseloads raise red flags

Former mayor denies civil suit's police torture allegations


The Los Angeles Times

Hospitals aim to empty some beds to make more money

State senator wants school boards to have more power in abuse cases



USA Today


Canceled credit card debt could lead to tax bills

Teachers embrace integrating social media in class

Report: Holder to offer legal backing for targeted killings


Marchers retrace trek leading to voting rights



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Cleveland schools ask for independent probe of complaint against security chief


NBC News/Marist poll shows statistical dead heat in Ohio between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney

New Ohio energy strategy to deal with expected fracking boom

HIV, AIDS treatment success -- Kaiser Permanente challenges others to follow its lead

19 Northeast Ohio school districts seek financial support from voters in Tuesday's election



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