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Sammy Davis, Jr, groundbreaking entertainer, and star of stage, screen and recording artist, born on this day in 1925.

Today in Black America - February 10

POSTED: February 10, 2016, 6:30 am

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Today in Black History: Opera star Leontyne Price is born in Laurel, Mississippi on this date in 1927.

The New York Times


National

Black Princeton Professor Says She Was Handcuffed to Table Over Parking Ticket


Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win in New Hampshire

As Donald Trump Wins, Mainstream G.O.P. Is Left to Muddle On


Moving On to South Carolina Primary, Where Veterans Are Many and Vocal


Chris Christie Heads for Home To Reassess His Campaign

Primary Exit Polls Show Terror Fears Aided Trump and Young Voters Helped Sanders


Costs of Wars Are Lingering in Military Budget Plan


Supreme Court Deals Blow to Obama’s Efforts to Regulate Coal Emissions

Los Angeles Approves Plans to Fight Homelessness


Local

Peter Liang Intentionally Shot Akai Gurley, Prosecution Says

New York City Police Reorganizing to Focus More on Gangs

At Council Hearing on de Blasio’s Housing Plan, Many Voices Rise


The Christian Science Monitor

How special needs students can benefit from STEM education

White House reveals plan to bolster American cybersecurity


The Chicago Sun-Times

Brown: Aldermen poking themselves in the IG


Editorial: Put the heat on Peoples Gas execs


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Black Lives Matter activist kills himself on steps of Ohio Statehouse

U.S. Supreme Court stops Clean Power Plan while Ohio, other states, challenge constitutionality

Candidates for Cuyahoga County prosecutor trade barbs over corruption


University of Akron academic leaders write Ohio chancellor, asking for change in President Scott Scarborough's leadership


Ohio slows its rush to create a plan for ESSA after outcry from teachers, districts



The Detroit Free Press

Snyder to propose $195M more for Flint water crisis

Flint issues boil advisory after water main break

Flint mayor hopes to begin pipe replacement next month

Schuette pushes for funds for Flint probe, restitution

Some DPS students plan sick-out of their own


The Star-Ledger


What they're saying about Chris Christie's really bad night in New Hampshire primary

Chris Christie most likely knocked out of next Republican presidential debate

West Orange honors homegrown pioneer in Black History Month ceremony


Newark officials question plan to move Hudson County homeless to city


Philly.com


GOP leader: Wolf's budget has 'no chance'

Ethics board, Kane at odds over subpoena

Senate preps removal vote on AG Kane

Report: Video shows McCoy throw punch


The Washington Post


Trump notches an easy victory in New Hampshire’s Republican primary


Sanders’s N.H. victory has supporters 'dancing'


Here's what happened in New Hampshire


With second-place finish, Kasich is thrust into relevance


Christie going to New Jersey before making decision on campaign


Budget breakdown: What the White House wants to spend money on


Supreme Court freezes Obama plan to limit carbon emissions


Is more physical education at school linked to higher student math scores?


Democrat bolts party to break impasse in Va. court fight but quickly reneges


School shouldn’t avoid student’s racist video. Show it to all, and face the issue.


District mayor reveals sites proposed for homeless shelters across city


The Los Angeles Times

Girl, 1, killed in Compton as gunfire erupts outside home

L.A. teachers union seeks to raise dues as it fights a charter school push

California solar industry job growth reaches record levels


L.A. city, county OK homeless plans, but where will the money come from?


USA Today


Analysis: New Hampshire results keep nomination races fluid

DOJ threatens legal action against Ferguson











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