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Today in Black America - October 19

POSTED: October 19, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Fierce Clash for Romney and Perry in G.O.P. Debate

Romney’s Lawn Care History and the Fight Over Immigration

Viewers Get Latest Episode of ‘Real Republicans of the Trail’

Behind Cain’s Humor, a Question of Seriousness

It Didn’t Add Up

Infighting Clouds Future of News Corp.

Gloom Grips Consumers, and It May Be Home Prices

Goldman’s Big Losses Are a Bad Omen for Wall Street

Commander Who Pepper-Sprayed Protesters Faces Disciplinary Charge

Quinn Says City Must Find Balance in Response to Protests

Inquiry Faults City’s Insertion of Political View in Parents’ Petition Over School Cuts

The Christian Science Monitor

Presidential debate turns into Rock 'Em, Sock 'Em Republicans

Why Republicans want to save parts of the Obama jobs bill

Obama on bus tour: GOP jobs plan is 'let's have dirtier air, dirtier water'

The Star Ledger

Trenton officers return to foot patrols following threat

Gov. Christie: Judge Feinberg's decision on judges' benefits 'is self-interested and outrageous'

Gov. Christie's presidential buzz helped raise nearly $1.5M over 3-month period

Job market remains the focal point at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial dedication

Atlantic City sues prosecutor's office over who is in charge of patrolling casino garages

Social Security payments to rise about 3.5 percent in January

The Detroit Free Press

Controversial ex-bodyguards sue over statements in Tamara Greene case

FBI to probe $200,000 Wayne County severance deal

Peters pushing to stop cars from counting against food stamps

Mich. may have surplus

Gov. Snyder to end retiree health care for many lawmakers

The Washington Post

Cain, Romney on hot seat during GOP debate

Cain stands by electric border fence comments

How Democrats can use Occupy protests to their advantage

Hope turns to grief as body of missing 11-year-old boy is found in Maryland

Democrat Davis wins in Pr. George’s

D.C. Council has to fix redistricting bill

At Ulysses Currie’s bribery trial, Steny Hoyer vouches for Md. state senator’s integrity

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayoral hopeful quits after charges

Court ruling on Alabama immigration law could have implications for Georgia

Atlanta's CFO leaves

Look for corporate advertisements in APS stadiums

2 APS charter schools get mixed outcome

Researchers delve into Atlanta lynching

The Chicago Tribune

Emanuel praises status quo on bond ratings

Emanuel says he consulted on Occupy Chicago arrests

Tentative union pact reached for McCormick Place

Improper property tax break costs millions

U.S. House committee resumes probe of Jackson Jr.

CPS creating one-stop support system for schools

The Los Angeles Times

Officials' embrace of Occupy L.A. loosens

Occupy movement rallies at LAUSD headquarters

L.A. supervisors approve jail oversight committee

L.A. council won't exempt itself from Arizona boycott

Council requires centralized fraud reporting

L.A. Community College District cutting ties to builder, management firm

USA Today

Pediatrics group warns against crib bumpers

Student loan debt hits record levels

Ford's UAW workers approve new contract

JROTC's head scarf rule keeps girl from parade

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

East Cleveland mayor warns loss of traffic cameras will mean layoffs, including in police and fire departments

Initiatives help Cleveland Clinic employees get healthier, lower insurance costs

Ohio Republicans make overture to black Democrats on congressional remap

Georgia Congressman John Lewis in Cleveland, compares Occupy Wall Street movement to civil rights era

Cleveland school officials take questions, hear venting over proposed $13 million in cuts

Issue 2 opponents unveil study that shows public workers already making concessions

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