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Today in Black America - June 14

POSTED: June 14, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Cascade of Campaign Aid Is Now Surging Into 8 Figures

Jamie Dimon on the Hill

Romney Calls Obama Policies the Most Anti-Business in Recent History

Election Forecast: Obama Begins With Tenuous Advantage

Republicans, Outnumbered, Keep Power in Albany


Officer Had ‘No Choice’ in Bronx Man’s Shooting, His Lawyer Says in Court

Young Cadets Mourn a Comrade, Felled by Gunfire in Harlem


The Christian Science Monitor


Rock star no more: why global opinion of Obama has deflated

CBO director: more eurozone turmoil would be 'bad news for US economy'


Obama-Romney battle puts Senate race in Virginia in 'eye of the storm'

Zimmerman's wife charged: What does it mean for his defense?


The Star Ledger

N.J. lawmakers headed for showdown over income tax cuts as budget deadline nears

Gov. Christie's plan to borrow $260M for transportation projects hits a skid

Jury hears teen charged in 2010 slaying of newly-engaged Jersey City couple say she just wanted to fire a gun

Newark, Paterson and Jersey City want school independence from N.J. Board of Ed

Ex-Bergen county counsel claims she was fired for supporting county executive's rival

Newark community groups plan rally in support of UMDNJ


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ex-DeKalb CEO fights subpoena

Parents: Fulton Schools violated privacy


Affordable housing fair scheduled for Thursday, June 21 at Atlanta City Hall



The Detroit Free Press

Is Michigan next battleground for union rights? Petitions submitted for Nov. vote on bargaining

Closing arguments due in Bobby Ferguson bid-rigging case

Detroit Public Schools superintendent gets certified for the position

Fitness program kicks off with aim to tackle childhood obesity

Rochelle Riley: One more circus that Detroit didn't need


New state district wants flexibility in testing its students


The Washington Post

Spring slowdown in economy sharpens debate in 2012 race

Dionne: The billionaires buying the White House

Attorney general struggles to balance dueling political and apolitical roles

Study reveals where lobbyists go with their leftover campaign money

U.S. expands secret intelligence operations across Africa


Fierce uproar breaks out on D.C. Council

Prince George’s deputy superintendent resigns

This lucky newborn’s luxury item: a dad


The Chicago Tribune

Man describes attack on CTA

Islamic conference loses area venue for 3rd time in 4 years

Panel: Lawsuits, legislation could aid in reduction of sports concussions

Preckwinkle appoints new members to health system panel

Former Illini football player convicted of sexual assault



USA Today

N.C. inmates legally ‘innocent,’ yet still jailed

Troubled Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs by end of 2013

Suicides No. 2 cause of death in military

Crime photos, autopsy to be released in Trayvon Martin case


The Los Angeles Times


16 members of major Long Beach gang are arrested

Teachers group unveils its proposal for new evaluations


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


President Barack Obama seeking to recalibrate his economic message with Cleveland campaign stop

Cleveland schools pick D.C.-area educator as new chief academic officer


Concealed handgun license rewrite passes Ohio House


Cleveland Public Library's TechCentral offers users advanced technology



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