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Today in Black America - November 5

POSTED: November 05, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Energized G.O.P. Looking to Avoid an Intraparty Feud
The Morning After, Democrats Regret Lost Chances to Win
Nation Is Facing Vaccine Shortage for Seasonal Flu
Reports Show Conflicting Number of Jobs Attributed to Stimulus Money

Senate Approves More Jobless Benefits

A Powerful Idea on Youth Violence
Thousands Failed to Vote, for Just as Many Reasons
Christie Pledges Fight on Taxes and Business Rules

Baltimore Sun

Parents' response to swine flu vaccination effort lags

What information can police, schools share?

Message for 2010: Voters want jobs and competence, not political bickering

The Christian Science Monitor

Schools sprinting to win Obama’s Race to the Top billions

Election results show Obama’s political coalition unraveling

Mayoral election results: incumbents squeak by

Mullen: Obama has time to make decision on Afghanistan troops

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Look for Reed to challenge Norwood for the votes of gay Atlanta

A guide to voting in the Dec. 1 runoff elections

The Washington Post

For parties, the soul-searching begins

Republican victories in Va., N.J. hinged on economic worries

As GOP celebrates wins, internal ideological battles remain

House expected to vote on health bill Saturday

Flu outrunning vaccine, experts say

Army Corps moves to protect New Orleans from flooding

Md. couple file suit against church, saying they were swindled

Detroit Free Press

More help nears for 100,000 jobless

Pugh ready to get down to business for Detroit

Bing is unwavering on union contracts

Conyers' sentencing postponed

DPS bond won't be misused, Bobb says

Los Angeles Times

Election results rattle some Democrats

House Republicans offer alternative healthcare proposal

Enrollment dips at L.A. Unified


Gov. Corzine hurt by scant support in Democratic strongholds

Chris Christie's first move: visiting a Democratic stronghold

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Public Schools breakfasts are big on doughnuts, sugary cereals

South Shore: 3 neighbors shot while defending their apartment building from intruders

Clear Channel seeks to benefit from African-American reach of WGCI, V103, WGRB

Racial hope fades despite Obama

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