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Today in Black America - November 12

POSTED: November 12, 2012, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Romney Is President

For Debt Talks, Obama Leaves Past, and Beltway, Behind


G.O.P. Strains to Define How to Close Gap With Voters

Generational Shift in Black Christianity Comes to Harvard

Editorial: A Landslide Loss for Big Money

Which Polls Fared Best (and Worst) in the 2012 Presidential Race

As Storm Raged, 15 Fled New Jersey Halfway House

U.S. Asks New York Landlords for Vacant Apartments to House Displaced Families

Cuomo to Seek $30 Billion in Aid for Storm Relief

As Shortfall Looms, Bloomberg Plans Cuts



The Christian Science Monitor

Veterans Day: When vets run afoul of the law, these courts care


On Veterans Day, the greatest wound for many is loss of purpose


Republicans, Democrats dance around the 'fiscal cliff'

Voting Rights Act: Why many Southern states are glad of Supreme Court case

Obamacare won't be repealed. States now must act.

Is the death of newspapers the end of good citizenship?


The Detroit Free Press


Trial hiatus may hinder Kwame Kilpatrick's defense


Rochelle Riley: Election reveals the truth about voting in Detroit

Foreclosure prevention seminars are this month

Mayor Dave Bing meets with Detroit police commission chairman to iron out restructuring plan


The Star Ledger

Bamboozled: After Sandy, a debate about what actually constitutes price gouging

Aid pours into N.J. as many residents still struggle to stay warm

Chips of the old block in Newark as Prudential looks to future

Former Bloods member killed in Newark had become peaceful filmmaker


The Washington Post

For Red America, what happens now?

Milloy: Why is the GOP so white?

Monday Fix: The GOP’s electoral map problem

With ‘fiscal cliff,’ some see ‘magic moment’ for deal

Showdown looms over filibuster

Away from euro crisis, Africa beckons

In D.C., rising Muslim American leader speaks for his generation

Prince George’s mural project: Art for kids’ sake


The Chicago Tribune

Marchers protest police shooting that killed teen

City Hall admits improper taping of reporters

Groups to protest CPS closings Monday

F in attendance for city schools


How the Chicago Tribune analyzed school attendance data

New oversight for NIU Police Department


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Charter school amendment heartens, worries

Fulton manager up for DeKalb job

Fulton finishes counting votes ahead of deadline


More children’s deaths reported this year


The Los Angeles Times

Legal drugs, deadly outcomes

Prop. 30 win won't guarantee fiscal safety

Moderates could enhance image of state Legislature

GOP might never again hold power in California


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland NAACP elects the Rev. Hilton Smith as president

Community activists proclaim December the month to be courteous on buses and trains

With elections over, political focus shifts back to Ohio's legislature and lame duck session

What now, Ohio? Unlocking the soul of the battleground voter, one cold one at a time: Analysis

Once-powerful voice of Cleveland Flats fades from relevance as charges against former director surface


USA Today

Latino donors to Obama gain political clout

Record number of foreign students in U.S.

Tea Party senator digs in against talk of compromise

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