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Today in Black America - September 13

POSTED: September 13, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

House G.O.P. Leader Signals He’s Open to Obama Tax Cut

The Wish for a Conservative Dream Duo

Retiring Later Is Hard Road for Laborers

Pennsylvania Speeds Aid to Its Struggling Capital

U.S. Schools Attract Smaller Share of International Students


The Christian Science Monitor

Will the 'Tea Party' take over Congress?

Did John Boehner blink on tax cuts for the rich?

The mood on Main St. as midterm elections loom
 
September 11 reminder from Obama: Enemy is Al Qaeda, not Islam

9/11 memorial ceremony at ground zero simple, poignant


Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick's lawyer during text message scandal is suspended six months

City of Detroit to feds: Help us hire firefighters

A road diet for the car-hungry Motor City

Book sees an upside to downsizing Detroit

Why smaller can mean better


Star Ledger

Reports show 1 in 10 complaints against Newark police officers are not fully reported to N.J.

Trenton mayor's loan to campaign faces scrutiny

Gov. Christie signs bill allowing N.J. residents to send children to public schools in other towns

Essex County to appeal arbitrator's retroactive checks for labor unions

N.J. halts new work on $8.7B N.Y.-N.J. tunnel project due to budget issues

Newark center offering aide, guidance to domestic abuse victims is first of its kind in N.J.


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore state's attorney fights for her job

In Bernstein, Jessamy faces stiffest challenge

Mfume, Cummings lead Jessamy rally

High profile attorney Murphy says Jessamy has "failed"


Atlanta Journal Constitution

About 40 KKK members protest in Ellijay

Drew Charter School steers students from ‘cradle to college’

Partisan dollars backed Reed win

MARTA audit shows wasted money


The Washington Post

Record gains for US poverty with elections looming

Fate of tax cuts is central as Congress returns

Paul says GOP shares blame for deficits

House majority: A look at the numbers

Gainesville turned upside down by Koran-burning threat, even after cancellation

Voters' concerns in the Prince George's County executive contest

In Prince George's, primary rivals make church rounds

Cora Barry organized gift card giveaway

Fans flock to reunion show of go-go legends Rare Essence

Despite Rhee's missteps, her egalitarian vision for schools inspires


Chicago Tribune

Gutierrez, Meeks test mayoral waters

Race, politics and power

Daley and Bush: Parallel lives


Philadelphia Inquirer

Fox29 news tilts toward viewpoint

Young adults who have lived their whole lives with HIV

Greene report details spying on Street aide

City's post-Civil War freedom riders

An early quest for equality on the diamond

Pa. to spend $4.5M to help Harrisburg


Los Angeles Times

A new year, a new school complex for L.A. Unified

Loans tide over L.A. County health clinics

Parties put money in statehouse races that could determine congressional districts

Clinton claim in Whitman ad is false, state says

Drew University board resigns and appoints new members




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