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Today in Black America - March 11

POSTED: March 11, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Domestic Terrorism Hearing Opens With Contrasting Views on Dangers

Cuts to Head Start Show Challenge of Fiscal Restraint

New Temporary Spending Bill in Works

In Wisconsin Battle on Unions, State Democrats See a Gift

House Panel Votes to Strip E.P.A. of Power to Regulate Greenhouse Gases

Hispanics Are Surging in Arizona

City Board Grapples With a New Law on Campaign Finance Rules

City Comptroller Rejects Contract to Recruit New Teachers

City Says State Is Forcing Cuts to Program for the Homeless

The Detroit Free Press

House Muslim hearing brings out strong emotions

Group rallies in Detroit to decry government 'takeovers'

Detroit father seeks justice in daughters' fire deaths

Sisters who died in house that was fire-bombed were good, responsible kids, principal says

Ordinance would give felons break

The Christian Science Monitor

Peter King hearings: Are American Muslims the problem or the solution?

King hearings on Muslim Americans: When government hits on one group

Peter King, your hearings aren't just bigoted. They're making things worse.

Did Wisconsin Republicans need to attack collective bargaining?

Obama takes on bullies at White House anti-bullying summit

In NPR scandal, small radio stations stand to be biggest losers

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cobb could face SACS investigation

HOPE bill goes to governor

Senate passes bill targeting illegal immigrants with DUIs

Deal: State ‘on the cusp of great things' in education

Study: Atlanta No. 2 most socially networked city

The Star Ledger

N.J. voters prefer state government to be politically divided, poll shows

N.J. Supreme Court rules against Board of Public Utilities' plan to raise energy costs

Rutgers asks N.J. Supreme Court to reverse 'Sunshine Law' criticism by appellate court

Christie yanks nomination of N.J. assemblyman as Superior Court judge

Two N.J. charter schools placed on probation, third faces shutdown if student scores don't improve

Juror distraught over Atlantic City voter fraud trial is dismissed

Christie, unions spar over history of skipping collective bargaining to change health benefits

Newark wins grant from IBM to help improve city services

The Baltimore Sun

More than 60 people, including 'Snoop' of 'The Wire,' arrested in drug raids

Md. home sales are on the upswing, but employment is not

Debt collector to drop over 10,000 Md. cases totaling $10.2 million

City school district names teacher contract panel

School board member faces allegations of ethical violations

Chicago Tribune

Union bill awaits governor's signature

Blagojevich attorneys cite federal budget woes, file for charges' dismissal

The Washington Post

Rep. Peter King hearings: Lots of political drama, little substance

Hearings could be key moment

Wisconsin Gov. Walker wins fight with unions

Baker outlines plan for Pr. George's

Leslie Johnson requests court delay

Tension over Gray hiring allegations

A mother gone

The Los Angeles Times

Despite record-breaking spending, Whitman's wealth unchanged

L.A. Community College District fires building program chief

Stock market is a big factor in the affordability of a college education

Obama, Melinda Gates: Education boosters

USA Today

Hearing on radicalization of U.S. Muslims touches nerves

Key questions surrounding Wisconsin union fight

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