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

Today in Black America - April 23

POSTED: April 23, 2012, 12:00 am

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The Orlando Sentinel

George Zimmerman released on bond with GPS tracker early Monday



The New York Times



George Zimmerman Released in Florida


New Executive Power Shift Lets Obama Bypass Rivals

Justices to Rule on Role of the States in Immigration

Krugman: The Amnesia Candidate


Amid Racial Shift in Harlem, Political Pulpit Is in Play

Conservative Nonprofit Acts as a Stealth Business Lobbyist

Cuomo Administration, in Shift, Agrees to Whistleblower on Disabilities Panel


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama vs. Romney: Your guide to poll-watching

Md. neighborhood watch trial set against Fla. fury


Charles Colson: Watergate 'master of dirty tricks' became prison evangelist


Secret Service scandal becomes diplomatic embarrassment



The Star Ledger

Fugitives allowed 'safe surrender' at Atlantic City program

Toms River man gets 45-year term in teen's beating death

N.J. Attorney General's Office investigating 'Death Race 2012' down Parkway to AC

Next up for Newark school board: Picking a leader

Grand jury to review police shooting that left New Brunswick man seriously injured


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Zimmerman leaves Florida jail

Gun rights group challenges stand-your-ground lawsuit

Some day cares are unlicensed

State settles voter suit


The Detroit Free Press


Trayvon Martin shooting reveals flaws in law

Task force on children exposed to violence holds last public hearing Monday in Detroit


Fire official offers new ideas for cuts -- including letting vacant homes burn

Starting dialogue about racism


The Washington Post

Tea party may well be victim of its own success

McCaskill takes fight to super PACs as Missouri swings farther right

Big money in a big way for Obama

Five myths about female voters


The Chicago Tribune


Tulsa, Oklahoma's racial divide bedevils plan to honor MLK

Pastor who lived on motel roof has new mission

Justice Department conducts inquiry into North Chicago death after police arrest


Quinn pension plan could shift costs to schools

Tuskegee Airman honored again


Youthful image put Chicago ahead in Nobel race


The Los Angeles Times


The past still grips Rodney King

Program gives college students a break on out-of-state tuition


Cal State system preserves graduate student grants


UC Davis police chief quits after critical report on pepper-spraying



USA Today

Economists upping their forecasts for 2012

Why Gen Y may face least secure retirement

Half of new grads are jobless or underemployed


Hudson trial showcases violent Chicago 'hood

Maryland neighborhood watch trial to start





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