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Today in Black America - April 7

POSTED: April 07, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Court Curbs F.C.C. Authority on Web Traffic

U.S. Approves Targeted Killing of American Cleric

South Africa Energy Needs Collide With U.S. Policy

More State of the Union No-Shows Predicted

Study Finds More Woes Following Foster Care

Automaker Pensions Underfunded by $17 Billion

Drop in Birth Rate in 2008 May Be Tied to Recession

From a Seat of Power to One on Greyhound

Thousands May Lose Rental Vouchers

The Christian Science Monitor

'Let the violence begin': death threats against Sen. Patty Murray

Will the health care reform law last after 2010 election?

James Carville to Obama: repackage your economic plan

Baltimore Sun

As Ehrlich begins, foes push Steele tie

Senate defeats bill opposing Obama health care rule

Dixon's hair bill to city totals almost $700

The Washington Post

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

Michael Steele Ally Offers Frank Appraisal Of Chairman’s Plight

Census Bureau sends extra forms to areas with low response rates from 2000

U.S. birthrate drops 2 percent in 2008

McDonnell's Confederate History Month proclamation irks civil rights leaders

D.C. schools, teachers union reach tentative deal

Michael Steele's problem isn't race -- it's pride

Los Angeles Times

L.A. mayor calls for temporary shutdowns of some agencies

L.A. Unified rescinds permit change, for now

Detroit Free Press

Michigan hit by decline in births, economy blamed

Detroit gets go-ahead to resume demolitions

Killings mar Detroit's 25% dip in homicides

Thanks to editor who made me believe

Star Ledger

N.J. green jobs creation slow, despite grants

Ex-Newark Mayor Sharpe James is welcomed home by hundreds of supporters

Privatization panel to begin hearings tomorrow under tight deadline for report

Atlantic City casinos struggle against tough economy

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