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Today in Black America - April 10

POSTED: April 10, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Shift in Strategy in Pennsylvania for Romney

Some Explaining to Do for Republican Leader

Grassley Assailed for Calling Obama 'Stupid' on Twitter

F.C.C. Pushes for Web Site on TV Political Ad Spending

Prosecutor in Martin Case Will Alone Determine Its Merits

2 Tulsa Shooting Suspects Confess, Police Say

Food Stamps Helped Reduce Poverty Rate, Study Finds

Judge Tells Bloomberg to Release 911 Report

Even as Violent Crime Falls, Killing of Officers Rises

Release of City Teachers’ Rankings Prompts Lawmakers to Weigh Limiting Access

The Christian Science Monitor

Buffett Rule: Could it backfire on Democrats?

No grand jury: What does that mean for George Zimmerman? (+video)

Study: Obamacare will raise deficit

The Star Ledger

Jury acquits reputed Bloods member of murder in connection to 2008 shooting death

The Miami Herald

Prosecutor: No grand jury for Trayvon case

The Detroit Free Press

Teacher at Pontiac charter: I was fired for organizing Trayvon Martin fund-raiser

Racial slur regarding Trayvon Martin put on portable road sign in Detroit

Michigan poll: Romney gains, but Obama still leads him

3 more charged in Hamtramck friends' killings

The Washington Post

Obama holds key leads over Romney on top issues, personal traits

Health-care law will add more than $340 billion to deficit, new study says

Dionne: When liberals stop acting like wimps

CFPB considering rules for mortgage servicers

AU ‘teach-in’ explores issues in Martin case

Asian groups to Barry: Try again

A spring break road trip leads to a family discussion about race

The Chicago Tribune

Opponents of CPS' longer school day join forces

Audio, photos raise new questions about man's death after North Chicago police arrest

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

'Stand your ground' challenged in Ga.

DeKalb schools to fund threatened projects

John Lewis to be honored by transparency advocates

USA Today

Birthrate for U.S. teens lowest in history

Teens still texting while driving, survey says

Community college programs help fill skills gap

Trayvon Martin shooting timeline

Ways to Work loan program a life changer for low income

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland City Council supports Jackson's school plan

Cleveland City Council authorizes city to hire new consultant, solicit ideas for handling trash

The Los Angeles Times

UC Davis pepper-spray report to be released without most cops' names

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