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Today in Black America - April 9

POSTED: April 09, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Federal Funds to Train the Jobless Are Drying Up

On Jobs, Obama and Romney Argue Over Fullness of the Glass

‘Super PAC,’ Eyeing General Election, Aims Blitz at Obama

Editorial: Taking Credit Where None Is Due

At Texas Schools, Making Do on a Shoestring

Owner Had Right to Clear Zuccotti Park, Judge Says

Keeping Students’ Mental Health Care Out of the E.R.


The Christian Science Monitor

Race in America: Trayvon Martin, Tulsa killings raise contentious questions

Poll: Trayvon Martin case divides US by race, age, wealth, and politics

Malawi's Banda becomes Africa's third female head of state


Did Libya's revolution topple Mali into crisis?



The Star Ledger


On Easter Sunday, Newark family mourns pastor two days after his murder


Rutgers University newspaper adviser responds to controversy over Adolf Hitler article

Big variable for proposed Rutgers-Rowan merger: cost


Cumberland jail warden: Strip-search decision to be used by Wardens Association to fight state law


U.S. Dept. of Housing to investigate conditions at Salem Lafayette subsidized apartments


The Miami Herald

What Trayvon Martin's tweets say about him


The Detroit Free Press


With video: Michigan teen Marcus Buggs marches to goal of college

Bias cases hit record numbers at EEOC


Benton Harbor activist files suit against NAACP


Men to be charged in attacks on black people in Oklahoma

Consent agreement: How the state will help save Detroit

Detroit's work force lacking job skills; it's called a 'huge problem'


The Washington Post


After racial tension cools, what’s next?

Catholic leaders criticize White House


A Supreme Court ruling everyone hates

Older unemployed struggling in Washington



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Hosea Feed the Hungry feeds thousands

Slowdown 
in student growth


Atlanta’s in-between superintendent poised to make big changes

Suspicious test score: Some districts probe them, others mount challenge


Doreen Tunnell, 83, Atlanta artist who earned a degree at age 65


The Chicago Tribune


Cook pension fund to go broke in 26 years

Trice: Overlooked black Titanic passenger has local ties

Family, neighbors mourn teen killed in Southwest Side shooting

Frustration grows over Englewood's unsolved shootings



USA Today

Autism may be linked to obesity during pregnancy


Editorial: Banks play fast, loose with credit card debt


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Group that helps city's students finish college is moving ahead







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