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Today in Black America - April 27

POSTED: April 27, 2016, 6:00 am

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Today in Black History: Human rights activist and author Coretta Scott King, wife of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was born on this date in 1927 in Heiberger, Alabama.

The New York Times

National


Donald Trump Sweeps 5 States; Hillary Clinton Takes 4

Pulling Away From Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton Is Turning to the Fall

Why Donald Trump Is Probably Two Pivotal States From Victory


Bernie Sanders to Reassess Candidacy After Tuesday’s Vote, but He’ll Stay in Race

Bernie Sanders’s Supporters Consider Where to Turn if His Bid Fails

Opponents of North Carolina’s Voter ID Law Appeal Ruling


Warrantless Surveillance in Terror Case Raises Constitutional Challenge

The Path to a Sentence for Dennis Hastert


Test Scores Show a Decline in Math Among High School Seniors


Local


De Blasio Unveils New York Budget Focused on Savings and Fixes

Report on de Blasio Election Spending Is Full of Details and Holes


Revised Plan to Speed Up New York’s Backup Water Delivery System


The Christian Science Monitor


Amid growing effort to help ex-cons, a small but powerful step

Here's your daily reminder of how Donald Trump is blowing up GOP

THE NEW ECONOMY: How are Millennials faring financially? The good and the bad.


The Star-Ledger


Special judge to review N.J. drug cases after lab tech accused of faking results

Christie stands behind Trump once again at victory speech


Should Atlantic City mayor and other top officials take pay cuts during crisis?

Nonprofit friends group target of AG's office raids, official says


Hackensack's police director resigns after 3 years


Baraka blames potential Newark tax increase on state's 'bad decisions'


Philly.com

Fattah concedes, Evans will be Democratic nominee in the 2nd

Woman alleging civil rights were violated wins her case

Phila. voters OK permanent panel on black men's challenges


Judge asks agency to justify seizure of A.C. piano tuner's house

Samuel Staten Sr., labor leader, 80


The Washington Post

Van Hollen defeats Edwards in bitter primary for U.S. Senate in Maryland

How Donald Trump dominated Tuesday’s primaries


The 2016 election has claimed its first incumbent loser: Rep. Chaka Fattah


Clinton, Sanders look to West Virginia after April 26 primaries


New technology education program aims to recruit minority middle school boys

U.S. high school seniors slip in math and show no improvement in reading

How North Carolina became the epicenter of the voting rights battle


Educators want to pair math and music in integrated teaching method


After Flint crisis, Senate Democrats call on Congress to pay for lead testing in U.S. schools


Mitsubishi says it has used misleading fuel-economy testing methods for 25 years

This study found race matters in police shootings, but the results may surprise you

In battered Baltimore, Catherine Pugh wins the Democratic mayoral primary

Brown wins Maryland’s 4th District Democratic primary



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Activists pack license hearing for Ohio abortion clinic


Tamir Rice case retrospective: 'It should not have happened'

Tamir Rice's mother to give keynote speech at May 4 Kent State commemoration


The Detroit Free Press


Reacting to Flint crisis, EPA launches U.S. drinking water study

Detroit has highest concentrated poverty rate among top 25 metro areas


Detroit to resume water shutoffs May 1; help available


$16.1 billion education budget passes House

Ex-councilman Charles Pugh starts paying, drops appeal in sex case


The Chicago Tribune


Prosecutors not holding Hastert's alleged lies against him at sentencing


Facing sentencing, Hastert could be ordered to undergo sex offender exam


Evanston-Skokie school district committed to dismantling racism in education system, board member says

Community groups, businesses promote Lucas Museum job opportunities


The Los Angeles Times


Essential California: L.A. County jail reformer leaves post


Medi-Cal will soon cover immigrant children here illegally, but adults pose a bigger test

L.A. County supervisors pass ban on travel to North Carolina



USA Today


Civil rights leader Samuel Billy Kyles dies; was with MLK in Memphis

Facing up to the sad! reality of Trump and Clinton: Mastio and Lawrence







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