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Today in Black America - January 11

POSTED: January 11, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Race Riots Grip Italian Town, and Mafia Is Suspected

G.O.P. Attacks Reid Over Comments

In Colorado, Craving Reform of Health Care and Congress

University of Chicago, a Bright Spot for the City

New York Seeks National Effort to Curb Salt in Food

As Senator’s War Chest Grows, So Does Primary Threat

The Right to Confront Witnesses

Invitation to Disaster

The Christian Science Monitor

Harry Reid: racist or political realist?

Targeting guns to reduce violent crime

Number of long-term unemployed hits highest rate since 1948

Obama to create 17,000 green jobs. What's a green job?

Is Al Qaeda’s new terrorist strategy making the US less secure?

Switching off the death penalty

Baltimore Sun

Dixon says Lipscomb lied about gifts

A few words of advice

A new mayor's capital ties

Chicago Tribune

Blagojevich: 'I'm blacker than Barack Obama'

Pioneer African-American talk-radio host Wesley South dies

U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. endorses Pat Quinn for Illinois governor

School districts struggle to deal with dating violence among students

Washington Post

Majority Leader Reid apologizes to Obama for 2008 remarks

Republican leader Steele: Reid should resign over remarks

Council chairman struggles to decide on challenge for mayor

Teacher certification prestigious but too costly, Rhee says

Don't panic. Fear is al-Qaeda's real goal.

Detroit Free Press

Riddle's lawyers: Jury pool a problem

Text of Detroit Mayor Bing's inauguration speech

Los Angeles Times

It's not Harry Reid who should be apologizing

Six years later, California's priority is still jobs

Cutting deeper into the same battered programs

L.A. charter schools flex their educational muscles


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