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Harold Washington, first Black mayor of Chicago, was born in 1922, and civil rights and labor leader A. Philip Randolph in 1889.

Today in Black America - April 8

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The New York Times

Bernanke Says Nation Must Take Action Soon to Shape Fiscal Future

Fed Reviews Find Errors in Oversight of Citigroup

Suspense Builds Over Census for New Orleans

Weighing an Obama Plan to End a Mideast Logjam

Third Officer Pleads Guilty in Shooting

City Orders End to Sending Homeless to Illegal Houses

Job Creation Basics

A Confederacy of Dunces

The Christian Science Monitor

General Motors moves closer to recovery with 'chance' at profits

Virginia governor: Is it so wrong to love the Old South?

Anwar al-Awlaki: Is it legal to kill an American in war on terror?

Father of USS Cole victim can display anti-Islam decals

Baltimore Sun

Ehrlich announces run for Md. governor

As Ehrlich begins, foes push Steele tie

Hundreds protest city budget cuts

Baltimore city revives suit against Wells Fargo

Detroit Free Press

Detroit to put 30 miles of bicycle lanes on streets

The Washington Post

Appeals court nominee Liu causes battle in Senate

Calif. man arrested, accused of threatening Pelosi over health care

Virginia governor amends Confederate history proclamation to include slavery

Some black conservatives question tea party's inclusiveness

After spending scandal, Republican Chairman Steele tries to reassure his party

14-year-old faces 41 counts in 4 D.C. slayings

Campaign Finance Office clears D.C. Council Chairman Gray of wrongdoing

Star Ledger

Trenton tower manager pledges better security in wake of alleged gang rape

Gov. Chris Christie proposes 4 percent cap on tuition increases for N.J. public colleges

N.J. Assembly Dems insist Gov. Chris Christie's budget will spur higher taxes

Former N.J. Gov. Jon Corzine, others reserved tickets during Ticketmaster legal dispute

Newark students barred from entering school after toxic chemicals were found in air, water

Los Angeles Times

L.A. council members seek more power over DWP

Sen. Boxer emphasizes progress on the economic front as she gears up for tough reelection race

Whitman's tax plan would benefit the rich but put California at risk

Chicago Tribune

Aldermen spend expense accounts on cars, relatives, consultants

Chicago schools adopt healthier menus

Court upholds finding that police framed Kevin Fox in rape-murder of daughter, Riley Fox, 3

RNC chairman costs GOP the moral high ground

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