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NAACP attorney and Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first Black to serve on the Supreme Court, is born in 1908 in Baltimore.

Today in Black America - November 1

POSTED: November 01, 2013, 6:30 am

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Today in Black History: The first issue of groundbreaking Ebony Magazine, founded by publishing entrepreneur John Johnson, is published in Chicago in 1945.

The New York Times

Editorial: A Bad Ruling on Stop-and-Frisk

Court Blocks Ruling on Stop-and-Frisk for New York Police

Troubled Start for Health Law Has Democrats Anxious

In Alabama, a Test of Business Efforts to Derail Tea Party

As Cuts to Food Stamps Take Effect, More Trims to Benefits Are Expected

Federal Review Opened in Georgia Death

Homeownership Has Crucial Role in Westchester Race

De Blasio as Manager: Delegating, Yet Keeping a Tight Leash

The Christian Science Monitor

Chris Christie aims for Nov. 5 landslide, with an eye toward 2016

Obamacare and you: When does Obamacare start? (+video)

Stop-and-frisk: Appeals court halts changes to policy, rebukes US judge

The Star Ledger

Book: Romney didn't pick Christie for veep partly due to background 'land mines'

Poll shows Christie leading Buono by 19 points

Buono said Christie's decision to hold special U.S. Senate election has hurt her

NJEA money helping to unseat its own endorsed candidates

Essex County apartment owner accused of refusing to show unit to African-American man

Booker is officially a U.S. senator after being sworn in

The Detroit Free Press

State proposes crackdown on charity poker as games explode into 'a racket'

Detroit's historic bankruptcy: 4 questions that still beg for an answer

Woman and man are jailed after she sends him photo of 4-year-old daughter

EMU hosting summit on teacher preparation

Tentative settlement in Mount Holly Gardens case

Emotions flare at Fire Dept. hearing

Nutter appoints commission to probe L&I

The Washington Post

DHS workers routinely boost pay with unearned overtime

Clintons signal potential 2016 campaign theme

Bipartisan plan emerges for Medicare doctor payments

Senate GOP filibusters two Obama nominees

Government sets 20-year high for hiring veterans

What’s really scary about wearing ‘blackface’

The scary state of the District’s homeless kids

Leggett vows to press for major school construction funding

The Chicago Tribune

Food-stamp recipients will see cut in benefits starting Friday

Top cop: No need to hire more Chicago officers

Man charged in teen's slaying last spring near Obama's home

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections will be open for early voting this weekend

South Euclid man charged with selling drugs to teens at Cleveland Heights barbershop

House committee softens ballot-access requirements for minor parties; bill heads for full House vote

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

DeKalb corruption witness discusses experience

U.S. Attorney announces formal review of Valdosta teen’s death

The Los Angeles Times

New York's stop-and-frisk policy gets new life

UC's $5 million plan to aid 'Dreamer' students gets mixed reception

New Cal State trustee may be a good fit for Gov. Brown's online push

USA Today

Memos show slow start for health care plans

Detroit bankruptcy case hot topic at legal conference

Changing the face of 'Obamacare' website

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