today in black history

July 12, 2020

In 1787 delegates to the Constitutional Convention agreed to count slaves as "three-fifths" of a person for political representation.

Today in Black America - March 7

POSTED: March 07, 2011, 12:00 am

  • POST
    • Add to Mixx!
  • Text Size
  • PDF

The New York Times

White House Seeks to Allay Muslims’ Fears on Terror Hearings

Talks to Resolve Wisconsin Battle Falter

Wisconsin’s Legacy of Labor Battles

Organized Labor Hopes Attacks by Some States Help Nurture Comeback

Among Blacks, Mayoral Election Forces a Push for New Ideas and Leaders

Broke Town, U.S.A.

College the Easy Way

Evaluating New York Teachers, Perhaps the Numbers Do Lie

Police Force Nearly Halved, Camden Feels Impact

The Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick to take the stand in stripper Tamara Greene murder suit

Bing asks Snyder to change choice for DPS emergency financial manager

When test scores don't add up: 32 metro Detroit schools show improvements too good to be true

Poll: Majority of Michiganders say Detroit is key to state's success

Questions of cheating: Teachers break the rules, too

The Christian Science Monitor

Wisconsin public union fight brings threats of layoffs, recalls

Next up for Senate: votes on two budget plans, more than $50 billion apart

How Qaddafi helped fuel fury toward Africans in Libya

Powerful weekend victories propel Egypt's revolution

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Senate panel OKs HOPE bill

Firm’s methods questioned

The Star Ledger

Newark officials brace for another tough fiscal year as health care, pension costs rise

Meeting about Newark superintendent search turns into shouting match over charter schools

More N.J. seniors working past retirement age

Student test scores are no way to grade a teacher, N.J. critics say

Plan to lower N.Y. income tax for top earners may bring N.J. an extra $350M in 2013

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore goes from lead paint cleanup leader to 'in the red'

Former council president accused of stalking, theft

Governor's brother elected state Democratic chairman

City school buyout aims to reduce 'surplus' teachers

The Washington Post

Will the South stay solidly Republican?

Parties clash over voting laws that affect college students

White House praises Muslims ahead of hearings

Rep. Peter King defends Muslim radicalization hearings

Critics see 'hypocrisy' in King's controversial past

Gray acknowledges 'missteps'

Gray to name Henderson to top D.C. schools spot

Most Va. tea party bills defeated

Chicago Tribune

Tribune exclusive: CPS chief says 'system was in free fall'

Quinn expected to sign redistricting legislation in Chinatown

Teen slain week after 18th birthday

Fox's revolving door of pols

The Los Angeles Times

Old foes and feuds mark L.A. election race

House GOP budget bill aims to slash environmental regulation

Schools weigh the benefits of more classroom time

'Trigger' troubles

USA Today

The methodology of 'Testing the System'

Crowd in New York rallies against hearing on U.S. Muslims

Related References