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Today in Black America - May 28

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Today in Black History: Educator and health advocate Betty Shabazz, wife of Malcolm X, was born on this date in 1936 in Detroit, Michigan.

The New York Times

Editorial: As Congress Sleeps, More People Die

U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan by End of 2016

Court Extends Curbs on the Death Penalty in a Florida Ruling

First Lady Rebuts Effort to Weaken School-Lunch Rules

Cost of Plan to Revitalize Detroit: Nearly $2 Billion

A Do-Nothing Congress? Well, Pretty Close

Artist or Gang Leader? Rapper’s Trial Begins

The Star Ledger

Veteran NJ State Police trooper alleges retaliation for refusal to back Christie's 2009 campaign

Glassboro public housing developments to be demolished, replaced

Trenton mayor, state seek clarity on agreement offering city nearly $23 million in aid

Former Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's nephew resigns from city school board

N.J. Higher Education Committee headed to Rowan University for meeting

The Christian Science Monitor

Santa Barbara shootings: Would a 'gun restraining order' have helped? (+video)

Why bankrupt Detroit wants to destroy nearly one-quarter of its houses (+video)

Heroin epidemic: New York becomes first big city to make cops carry antidote (+video)

Supreme Court: IQ score alone can't decide who faces execution in Florida (+video)

The Detroit Free Press

Alfred J. Fisher mansion in Detroit for sale again; estate auction today

Snyder signs minimum wage hike to $9.25; workers may see raise by Sept. 1

Editorial: A minimum-wage compromise worth cheering about

$2B needed to wipe out Detroit's blight in 5 years, task force says

Detroit defends plan to give pensioners a better deal than bondholders

Katz, Lenfest win Inquirer, Daily News

Philly Urban League gets new leader

'Culture of ticket-fixing' in Traffic Court

State high court rules in favor of SRC in charter case

School nurses save, not cost money, new study says

The Washington Post

Data firms build intimate profiles of consumers

Editorial: Obama continues his retreat

Why the latest tragedy won’t change gun debate

S.C. lawmakers cut university funds over LBGT books

States struggle to fund pre-K programs

Brown maintains fundraising edge as primary nears

No stranger to conflict, Bland is hard to beat

The Chicago Tribune

Gun restrictions top today's City Council agenda

Rep. Derrick Smith's bribery trial begins today

1 dead, 11 wounded in city shootings

State budget would put off tough decisions until after election

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

For-profit colleges oppose proposed "gainful employment" rules that tie aid to student success: Higher Education Roundup

Cleveland police: More than 40 percent of homicides this year happened in Fourth District

Cleveland teachers call firings a trampling of evaluation process

CSU and Tri-C presidents see gains, urge patience on Cleveland schools plan

Ohio Attorney General's Office partners with law enforcement to give fugitives a chance to turn themselves in

The Los Angeles Times

Shelly Sterling trying to rush Clippers sale before NBA vote

'Not one more!' father tells students at UCSB rampage memorial

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cobb Commissioners approve Braves stadium deal

Judge accused of racist outburst

USA Today

Sentencing set for man who tossed daughter to death

Mich. gives low-wage workers a raise to $9.25 an hour

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