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Today in Black America - April 25

POSTED: April 25, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Stimulus by Fed Is Disappointing, Economists Say

Obama Attends Easter Service at Historic Church

Cuts Are Threatening Job-Training Efforts

Resistance to Gas Drilling Rises on Unlikely Soil

Let’s Take a Hike

Multiple Inequities

A Trial Run for School Standards That Encourage Deeper Thought

Charter School Space: Free of Rent, Maybe, but Not of Hurdles

Civic Group Says That Concessions Are Needed From the Construction Unions

The Detroit Free Press

Across metro Detroit, communities bracing for library closings

Detroit council invites public to speak on mayor Dave Bing's budget plan

Wayne State University student's story of hope, courage

Terry Jones plans to return to Dearborn for protest

Church choirs in metro Detroit rock services on Easter and every day

The Christian Science Monitor

David Stockman takes President Obama and Rep. Paul Ryan to the woodshed

Obama faces trouble with $4 gasoline

Blast, a fruity Pabst drink, gets scrutiny. Whom is Snoop Dogg selling it to?

Why the West need not fear Libya's Islamic warriors

US to begin drone strikes in Libya

Israel's wall cements psychological divide between Arab, Jew

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Long gives Easter message, does not address possible settlement

Huckaby to lead university system

Reed names finalists to run Atlanta Development Authority

Fulton school execs to go to Charlotte before naming new superintendent

The Baltimore Sun

Woman charged in McDonald's beating of transgender woman

McDonald's employee fired after taping video of fight

Schaefer remembered at church, along motorcade route

Investigation into Barnes' death faces new challenges

Jay Hancock: New nonprofit lets youth fight back against AARP

The Washington Post

Court weighs information-age privacy

Lawmaker wants DNA from suspects when arrested for state crimes

John McCain: ‘Hope is not a strategy’

Conflict of interest v. free speech

Transgender advocates' to rally to condemn McDonald's attack that victim calls a hate crime

Free-for-all race for D.C. Council

Charter schools low on leaders

Bad behavior is colorblind

The Star Ledger

As food costs rise, supermarket products shrink

Budget woes squeeze North Jersey cops

Environmental groups complain of being outnumbered by 'special interests' at DEP meetings

O'Brien: Why men love Gov. Christie but women not so much

N.J. man and 2 counties battle over constitutionality of blanket strip-searches for all inmates

Chicago Tribune

House Republicans face backlash at home over budget

Blagojevich critics see alternate reality

Civil rights leader reflects on 50th anniversary of Freedom Rides

Online learning for high schoolers may see increase

Choir of voices trying to unite Cabrini neighborhood

Editorial: Improve school reform bill

Love of Medicare chills tea party fever

The Los Angeles Times

Californians favor rolling back public employee benefits

Times/USC Dornsife poll: Californians support tax hikes to help close budget gap

Los Angeles officials want workers to trade furloughs for pay cuts

Education: The magic of hard work

USA Today

Journals: USA, others need to re-tool their science programs

Elderly face lack of geriatric specialists, new report warns

Police tap technology to compensate for fewer officers

Fla. man dies after police Taser him at Universal Studios complex

Some Obama birth records made public for years

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