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Today in Black America - March 7

POSTED: March 07, 2016, 7:00 am

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Today in Black History: The first attempt by civil rights protesters to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama was halted by state troopers in 1965.

The New York Times


Sanders and Clinton Draw Sharp Contrast in Debate

Democratic Debate in Flint, Mich.: Analysis

Sanders Wins in Maine, and Rubio Takes Puerto Rico

Anti-Trump Forces Sense Opportunity, and Cash Pours In

Graphic: Why Romney Asked Republicans to Vote for Rubio. And Cruz. And Kasich.

New Federal Website Aims to Enhance Community Services

Study Shows How Much Work It Takes to Be Supreme Court’s Friend

The Right Wing’s Casting Agency, and Its Agent


New York Is Thriving Under Mayor de Blasio, Much to Business Leaders’ Relief

Donald Trump Considered Path to Presidency Starting at Governor’s Mansion in New York

New York Governor Race Analysis and Trump

The Christian Science Monitor

The power of Trump’s call to free America from political correctness

Debating Trump: Whatever happened to civility in politics?

To combat rise in US hate groups, former skinhead says compassion is key

Standoff over Supreme Court vacancy intensifies – but some see future fixes

Redesigned SAT: Will it broaden more students' college horizons?

The Star Ledger

Hoboken police chief 'disturbed' after 15 arrested at annual Lepre-Con bar crawl

Democrats should end N.J's Supreme Court showdown | Editorial

Christie vows 'ramifications' against Sweeney in N.J. Supreme Court fight

What police records should be public? Supreme Court to decide

A plan to help the city's pension woes: Buyouts

Shooting death of Lincoln U. student investigated

Official: Wolf to boost wages for state workers, contractors

Rutgers-Camden to explore intersection of tech, politics

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

5 reasons why some Black elected officials, clergy from Northeast Ohio endorse Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump plans Cleveland rally next Saturday

John Kasich's tax returns reveal $5 million in income over 7-year period

Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams' son's car stolen with loaded gun inside

Reggie Rucker, awaiting sentencing, has thoughts on gambling as March Madness nears: Phillip Morris

Lawmakers to unveil new Healthy Food for Ohio program: What to watch for Monday

The Detroit Free Press

Hillary Clinton hits Bernie Sanders on auto rescue vote in Flint debate

Hillary Clinton says Gov. Rick Snyder should resign or be recalled

Debate coaches grade Clinton, Sanders after Democratic debate in Flint

Hundreds rally for wages, Flint help outside Democratic debate

Michigan girl power fuels high school robotics growth

The Chicago Tribune

Illinois Republicans worry about Trump effect down the ballot

Trump has created a heated argument about race, not a conversation

Chicago Tribune endorsements: For the Cook County courts

Chicago Public Schools won't stop pension payments until talks completed

The Los Angeles Times

Nancy Reagan dies in Los Angeles at 94

Sanders, not going away quietly, puts Clinton on defensive in Democratic debate

Chris Christie's endorsement of Donald Trump roils more than the Republican race

'It appears that no one cares': Report slams Juvenile Hall for filthy conditions and poor leadership

The Washington Post

In debate, Democrats pounce on Flint water crisis — and each other

How Donald Trump is ruining Paul Ryan’s speakership

Randy Kendrick, wife of Arizona Diamondbacks owner, works to mobilize conservative donors against Donald Trump

Clinton, Sanders questioned about 'racial blind spots'

Donald Trump’s supporters swear their allegiance in Orlando

New poll shows Trump supporters more likely to fear a majority-minority U.S.

Republicans’ 2016 choice: A ‘bully’ or a ‘zealot’

Does ‘academic freedom’ protect professors who promote outrageous falsehoods?

These students wanted an education when D.C. was the nation’s ‘murder capital’

Advocates say Asian, Muslim voter turnout still a work in progress

Inconvenient truth: I-66 issues not simple enough for politics

USA Today

Myrlie Evers-Williams backs Hillary Clinton, urges voters to 'take sides'

Sanders wins Maine caucuses

Prosecutors halt vast, likely illegal DEA wiretap operation

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