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Today in Black America - January 23

POSTED: January 23, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Gingrich and Romney Trade Jabs as G.O.P. Race Rolls On

South Carolina Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted

Gingrich Bets on Attack Mode Against News Media


Obama to Draw an Economic Line in State of the Union

Fresh Doubts About Republican Contest


Line of Scrimmage Forms Over Union Bill


More Lockouts as Companies Battle Unions

Sharing a Screen, if Not a Classroom


The Christian Science Monitor


Mitt Romney now says he'll make public his tax returns

Can Mitt Romney recover from his South Carolina 'disaster'?

Haley Barbour pardons: Why were the forgiven so disproportionately white?

What now for Ron Paul after finishing last in South Carolina?


The Star Ledger

Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo to disclose how he spent campaign donations

Gov. Christie calls Newt Gingrich an 'embarrassment to his party'


N.J. looks to get a head count on homeless

N.J. school boards use law to change election dates



The Detroit Free Press


Hearses to lead anti-violence motorcade in Detroit

Slain Detroit high school teacher remembered as mentor


Gov. Rick Snyder says he's committed to growing Detroit, not just cutting deficit

Rochelle Riley: Detroiters will be able to weigh in on 4 maps to redraw city council districts

Rochelle Riley: DPS hires Detroit Parent Network, which helps parents learn to help their kids

Consultant: Kwame Kilpatrick's civic fund paid for controversial 'lynching' ad


108 Detroit police jobs spared, courtesy of U.S.



The Washington Post

Peeling back the labels


Vote: Good time to be a black woman in America?

Romney takes aim at resurgent Gingrich

Obama’s State of the Union address will be a crucial balancing act

Film examines toxic water at Camp Lejeune



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Suit could cost DeKalb millions

Occupy Atlanta gains traction

Another ex-Fulton jailer pleads guilty to corruption

APS to pay $363K over cheating


The Los Angeles Times

LAPD tries to reduce dangerous, costly crashes


Gov. Jerry Brown talks budget concerns with school advocates

California universities get midyear infusion of new students


Two arrested in protest outside UC regents meeting



The Chicago Tribune


Schools' recruitment of vets under scrutiny


Ex-Bull B.J. Armstrong named to Park District Board

Welfare issue makes political comeback


South Side woman never thought she'd be on food stamps


Girls discuss Jay-Z and the power of derogatory words

Simon calls for improving community college graduation rate


USA Today


Florida handed different GOP race


Fewer college students volunteer their time

Parents of missing Atlanta-area woman to discuss case

Sundance documentary exposes Detroit's crisis



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Federal cuts to lead poisoning prevention programs concern city, state officials

Cleveland MetroHealth System's security force operated as police without legal authority

Northeast Ohio Tuskegee Airmen veterans praise 'Red Tails' for 'telling the story'


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