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Dr. Chancellor Williams, historian and author of "The Destruction of Black Civilization" is born in 1898 in Bennetsville, South Carolina.

Today in Black America - May 7

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The New York Times

Still in the Race, and Plotting a Path to the Convention

Obama Formally Kicks Off Campaign in Ohio and Virginia

9 Swing States, Critical to Presidential Race, Are Mixed Lot

Virginia, a State in Flux, Is Also a State in Play

Job Numbers Become Instant Campaign Fodder

Slowed Physically, Rangel Promises to Go Full Speed in Primary Fight

Group Planning Protest at Party Convention Rankles Some With Name Change


Police Working Under Cover, and Under Strain


Mayor Bloomberg’s Circles of Power



The Christian Science Monitor

Ron Paul wins big in Maine and Nevada

Alert: Major cyber attack aimed at natural gas pipeline companies



The Star Ledger

Jersey City bail bondsman who turned life around pens children's book

Lafayette College freshman dies after being found in dorm, police say - UPDATE

Plan for medical waste facility in Irvington is dead, for now

Braun: Rutgers trustees quiet Christie, for now

More students taking Advanced Placement classes, but test pass rate remains about the same


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Evals of city workers flawed?

APS teacher to fight for her job

SCLC collection on view at Emory library



The Detroit Free Press

Detroit teens get lessons in safe cop encounters

NAACP dinner: Reflect on what’s been done, look to what is ahead

Proposed cuts threaten Detroiters' ability to vote, clerk's office says

Detroit police, fire pension fund cans firm because of shady deal



The Washington Post

An Obama win in Ariz. — pipe dream, or not?

Obama's real opponent: The economy

Poll shows Obama leads Romney in Virginia

DeEvening Links: Who’s next?



The Chicago Tribune

Was alibi ignored in '92 double murder?


Nigerian immigrant faces deportation after seeking political asylum


Depression's demons hard to conquer


USA Today

Poll: Six months out, it's a tie in the swing states


Boomer retirements color jobless rate

11th FAMU hazing death defendant arrested in Fla.

Cleveland health officials offer free lead tests


The Los Angeles Times

Some California legislators bring arrest records to their campaigns

LAUSD charter elementary with low test scores gets a reprieve


UC report urges measured response to protests



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Cleveland schools' teacher cuts are catching up to loss of students


Cuyahoga County gets nearly $12 million from settlement to eliminate blight


Teachers in Cleveland schools display dedication while facing classroom realities: Mark Naymik

HBO documentary explores 24-year difference in life expectancy between Lyndhurst and Cleveland's Hough neighborhood




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