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Today in Black America - March 14

POSTED: March 14, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Santorum Wins Alabama and Mississippi Primaries

Road for Santorum Depends On the Next Move by Gingrich

Muddled Economic Picture Muddles the Political One, Too

Obama Promises Thorough Inquiry Into Afghan Attack

Detroit Officials Criticize State’s Proposal for Fiscal Oversight Panel

New York State Set to Add All Convict DNA to Its Database

Charity Officer Is Charged With Stealing

The Christian Science Monitor

Michigan delivers ultimatum on Detroit finances

New York voters back NYPD Muslim-spying operation, poll finds

Soldier's killing spree: Is end of Afghanistan war near? (+video)

Bath salts: police and hospitals befuddled by new drug craze

The Star Ledger

Port Authority bans the hiring of convicted felons in port commerce jobs

Christie being pushed to support 'health exchange'

Rutgers-Camden community hosts forum to discuss impact of proposed Rowan takeover

N.J. nursing home boss says industry will suffer unless millions in state aid is restored

N.J. plumbers union to pay $25K to settle claim it violated rights of black shop steward

The Detroit Free Press

Bing closing graft-filled Detroit Department of Human Services

Kwame Kilpatrick movie to tell ex-Detroit mayor's side of the story

State names Detroit schools for takeover

Detroit mom: I want justice for son shot at gas station

Gov. Rick Snyder's Detroit plan puts board in charge

Reactions are mixed about city's 'tough medicine'

The Washington Post

A huge night for Rick Santorum

Even with Obama’s blessing, top Dem super PAC finds tough sledding

GOP race essentially comes down to 2

Obama may have a turnout problem, too

2 D.C. environmental inspectors plead guilty to accepting bribe

Backsliding on school choice in Va.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayor scolded over bridge project

First Atlanta teacher firing sought today

Small crowd turns out for Buckhead redistricting meeting

Crowded middle schools: Fulton Schools leaves redistricting option up for parent debate

The Chicago Tribune

Federal judge opens door to Illinois Super PACs

Romney, allies buy $2.2 million of TV ad time in Illinois

State Rep. Derrick Smith, of Chicago, is charged with accepting bribe

Mosque group loses bid for tall dome, minaret

Court clerk campaigns trade accusations over contributions

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. school budget would lay off thousands

GOP lawmakers take aim at teachers accused of sexual misconduct

Southland students meet Obama during national science competition

USA Today

Fed takes no new action despite job gains

Army delays alcohol counseling program

Poll: NYC voters approve of NYPD's job performance

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Ohio 3rd-graders who can't read at grade level could be held back under Gov. John Kasich's plan

Cleveland-area health care ranks high on access, low on avoidable cost, report finds

Jackson says audit shows 'systemic' payroll abuse in Fire Department

Bribery charge against Columbus lawmaker shocks colleagues in Ohio House of Representatives

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