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Today in Black America - April 13

POSTED: April 13, 2012, 12:00 am

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The Miami Herald

Prosecutors: Zimmerman 'profiled' Trayvon

Years of legal experience abound in Zimmerman case

Second-degree murder charge may be hard to prove in Trayvon Martin case

The Orlando Sentinel

George Zimmerman's lawyer seeks to limit pretrial publicity

Officials reveal details of George Zimmerman's jail activities, purchases

George Zimmerman: Self-defense hearing could dismiss death charge

Read it: George Zimmerman's probable cause affidavit

The New York Times

Campaigns Plan Maximum Push to Raise Money

Obamas and Bidens to Release Tax Returns

Gingrich Accuses Fox News of Bias

Romney Taking Steps to Narrow His Gender Gap

N.R.A.’s Influence Seen in Expansion of Self-Defense Laws

Cuomo Acts to Advance Health Law in New York

U.S. Judge Rejects Officer’s Lawsuit on Quotas

The Christan Science Monitor

Entering the job market? Your education matters more than ever.

George Zimmerman arrest: Proof that the system worked – or failed?

Trayvon Martin case: Relief, hope in Sanford, Fla., after Zimmerman charged

Obama defends Ann Romney after aide's comment

Report cites fracking-related activities as potential suspect in minor quakes

The Star Ledger

Family, friends of slain South Brunswick pastor express outrage at press conference

At South Plainfield town hall, Gov. Christie calls for mandatory treatment for non-violent drug offenders

N.J. State Police accepting applications for new recruits

GOP U.S. Senate candidate Kyrillos has raised $1.75M for battle with Sen. Menendez

In wake of No Child Left Behind Act, worst N.J. schools receive stern message

The Detroit Free Press

Public safety, transit among $160 million in cuts in Detroit budget proposal

Editorial: Mayor's new budget offers Detroit much pain, little hope

Budget highlights

No-shows for jury duty hurt diversity of Michigan pools

Improve student test scores? Teacher might be in line for $1,600 bonus

The Washington Post

Fla. shooting spurs protests against firms with ties to legislative group

Saga of Martin’s death goes from media frenzy to ‘well-lawyered’ case

What really happened to Trayvon?

Obama campaign distances itself from Democratic pundit’s remarks

Susan G. Komen Foundation grants flowing to Planned Parenthood

How YouTube is hurting Romney

With Friday’s ballot count, D.C. council election results could change

O’Malley wants special session to start soon

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Foster kid system favors ATL

67 APS educators barred

ACRB chooses new executive director

SEC: Ponzi scheme bilked churchgoers

The Chicago Tribune

Student loan debt is a threat to the economy

Chicago homicides soar in first quarter of 2012

Mayor Emanuel on crime stats

Preckwinkle, Claypool cut tech deal to boost Stroger Hospital

Crowd at 'new Jim Crow' meeting applauds arrest of Trayvon Martin shooter

USA Today

'Mommy Wars' are heating up again

Zimmerman held pending arraignment in Trayvon shooting

Trayvon Martin's killing is now a murder case

The Los Angeles Times

Freeway pursuit ends in youth's death as LAPD fires 90 shots

After weeks of tension over Trayvon shooting, Fla. town wonders what's next

Many say L.A. is safer 20 years after 1992 riots, poll finds

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

RTA, union have tentative deal offering bonus and pay hike this year

Case Western Reserve University to shutter Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations but will add new programs in nonprofit leadership

Cleveland Teachers Union and Mayor Frank Jackson reach deal on mayor's school plan

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