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Today in Black America - December 14

POSTED: December 14, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Judge Voids Key Element of Obama Health Care Law

Years of Wrangling Lie Ahead for Health Law

The Latest Health Care Decision

College, Jobs and Inequality

Tax-Cut Package Passes Crucial Test

Embattled G.O.P. Chief Is Seeking a Second Term

Insights Give Hope for New Attack on Alzheimer’s

Harlem Hospital Doctors Threaten to Strike

Workers’ Safeguards Strengthened by N.Y. Law

After Months in Limbo, Paterson Aide Charged in Abuse Case Is Fired

New No. 2 at City Schools Believes in More Testing


Baltimore Sun

Housing bust batters some, spares others

South Baltimore Learning Center celebrates 20 years of second chances

Problems found in program for low-income patients


The Christian Science Monitor

Health care ruling: Are Obama's reforms in trouble?

Obama tax deal gets nod from Senate. Will House risk making changes?

Moveon.org for the middle: Can Nolabels.org cure partisan politics?

Israeli police round up Palestinian youths, disregard their own laws, says rights report


Detroit Free Press

Detroit police unit tackles missing person cases to get families answers

Bobb to stay at DPS through June

Citizens can buy vehicles, sell guns through Detroit Police Department

Kilpatrick and one of his ex-lawyers ask top court to aside state probation violation


Star Ledger

Former N.J. education commissioners discuss funding, politics at roundtable discussion

N.J. Legislature approves legalizing sports betting question on election ballot

Attorney General Paula Dow urges local law enforcement to take advantage of N.J. anti-crime resources

N.J. Assembly approves bill abolishing Council on Affordable Housing

N.J. Senate approves 2 percent pay cap on police, firefighter contract negotiations

Defense rests in former Jersey City assemblyman's corruption trial


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Coach's racist posts spur Snellville uproar

Inmates use technology to organize state prison protest

Mayor Reed to speak at GSU graduation

Black segregation in US drops to lowest in century


Philadelphia Inquirer

A&P bankruptcy puts 5,500 Phila.-area jobs in jeopardy

Inquirer Editorial: Sell drugs or go jobless

Judith Renyi tapped to lead Mayor's Commission on Literacy in Philly

Efforts to keep college students in Philly is working, group says

Help for soon-decimated Camden police discussed

N.J. legislator proposes 'parent trigger' for failing schools


Chicago Tribune

Rahm Emanuel to testify about residency for hours Tuesday

Evanston Township High School District 202 eliminates honors English course

Preckwinkle: Halt 'nonessential' spending


The Washington Post

Richard Holbrooke dies: Veteran U.S. diplomat brokered Dayton peace accords

Holbrooke's death leaves major void in Obama's Afghan strategy

Eisenhower's farewell speech has wise words on split government and militarism

Can Obama find his morning in America?

Gun dealers often stay in business with new licenses after ATF shuts them down

At Gray's D.C. jobs summit, leaders express doubts about city's progress in preparing workers

Report: Area Latino students improving in 8th-grade math tests, but challenges remain

Howard in flux: An HBCU reinvents itself


Los Angeles Times

L.A. County scrutinizes government contractors

Education fills big space on Brown's chalkboard

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