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Today in Black America - October 27

POSTED: October 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senator Reid Announces an ‘Opt-Out’ Public Plan

A Nation Battling Flu, and Short Vaccine Supplies

Fighting H.I.V., a Community at a Time

Council Leader Gives Thompson Endorsement, Whether He Wanted It or Not 

Bloomberg Goes All Out as Turnout Is Called Key 

The Christian Science Monitor

Senate healthcare bill revives public option. But can it pass?

Bloomberg spends record $85 million in New York mayor’s race

Bid to impeach Gov. Mark Sanford begins Tuesday

South Africa: Should white students who made racist video be reinstated?

Baltimore Sun

Audit of City Foundation sought

Md. juvenile justice watchdog criticizes youth isolation policy

The Washington Post

14 Americans killed in two helicopter crashes in Afghanistan

Obama Says He Will Not 'Rush' Decision on Troop Levels

Kerry says McChrystal's troop request 'reaches too far, too fast'

If you build a coverage mandate, will they come?

McDonnell's edge over Deeds grows stronger

Start of MLK memorial's construction all but secured

Detroit Free Press

Detroit homicide rate falls sharply

School budget anger is boiling over

Atlanta Journal Constitution

11Alive/V103 poll: Mary Norwood closes in on the magic 50 percent mark

Norwood lacks ‘competence, integrity,' Franklin says

Circulation falls at AJC, other big papers

Los Angeles Times

Obama to detail stimulus spending on 'smart grid'

U.S. newspaper circulation falling faster, industry report shows

UCLA stabbing again puts focus on college students' mental health

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