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James Meredith, escorted by federal marshals, enrolls as the first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962.

Today in Black America - September 30

POSTED: September 30, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Find Many Big Donors Cutting Support

Obama, in Iowa, Hears Barbed Questions in a Subdued Backyard

House Passes Bill to Help With 9/11 Health Care

Four Suicides in a Week Take a Toll on Fort Hood

Gates Fears Wider Gap Between Country and Military

Muslim Center’s Developer to Use Islamic Loan Plan

Private Moment Made Public, Then a Fatal Jump


Baltimore Sun

Bernstein crossed racial lines to win state's attorney position

City teachers would be able to earn significantly more under new contract

All-girls' school moves into former YWCA building

City rolls out transportation program for students to 'Rate Your Ride'


The Christian Science Monitor

'Feds radiating Americans'? Mobile X-ray vans hit US streets

Democrats rally behind their 'mom in tennis shoes,' Sen. Patty Murray

Lawsuits to undo key parts of health-care law move forward, so far

Death of California youth puts focus on rise in antigay bullying

Bishop Eddie Long faces 'monster' accusations. Can his church survive?


Detroit Free Press

Jackson: Fight begins in Detroit

Grand jury hears Wendell Anthony

Ferguson associate arraigned; companies next

Detroit teachers pull kids in

Young Detroiters will fill juries and judge peers in Teen Court


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Bishop Eddie Long | Ex-wife accused him in divorce papers of abuse


Star Ledger

N.J. adult day care to pay $1.6M fine for Medicaid fraud, shut down
 
Gov. Christie interviews candidates for N.J. education commissioner

N.J. lawmaker to propose bill allowing property tax hike larger than 2 percent cap

Second suspect arrested in fatal shooting of Seton Hall student

Newark 4-month-old girl dies after going into cardiac arrest at day care center

Mayor Cory Booker says volunteerism is key to changing Newark


Philadelphia Inquirer

Pioneering Pa. swim club files for bankruptcy

Poll shows tightened race for Pa. governor

Homeless vets to be served at new city shelter


Chicago Tribune

Emanuel departure possible Friday

DePaul student's mom: Take action

Disneyland accommodates religious headscarf requirement

Paving the way off a perilous track

Religious ignorance hurts

The power of Jarrett


Los Angeles Times

FBI and LAPD join forces to solve more than two dozen homicide cases

Times launching database that maps, analyzes crime reports across L.A. County

Pensions for Rizzo, 40 other Bell employees will be larger than first estimated

Whitman admits using undocumented immigrant as housekeeper

Boxer and Fiorina meet again in wide-ranging debate

Schwarzenegger signs bill guaranteeing community college transfers to Cal State


The Washington Post

For many with a stake in Alaska native corporations, promise of a better life remains unfulfilled

President Obama takes his attack on Republicans to Eric Cantor's district

Postal Service close to going broke

Police fear crime increase as recession saps forces

U Street shooting is latest in long history of violence between rival crews, police say

D.C. schools may face another budget shortfall

NVCC has role in college-completion campaign


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