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Today in Black America - September 2

POSTED: September 02, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Foreclosures Could Pose Trouble on Election Day

A Celebratory Road Trip for Education Secretary

For President and Predecessor, a Chill Returns

Leaders Call for Peace as Mideast Talks Begin

Finding Suggests New Aim for Alzheimer’s Drugs

Court Blocks New York Tax on Tribal Cigarette Sales

Fired Education Chief Says New Jersey Governor Defamed Him

Katrina, Five Years Later


Baltimore Sun

Powerful state senator indicted

Baltimore City offices closed Friday for furlough day

Police union endorses Bernstein in prosecutor's race

Jury in Harris murder case to be picked Thursday


The Christian Science Monitor

Vanity Fair publishes 18-page attack on Sarah Palin

Israeli-Palestinian peace talks: why this time might go better

The trickiest issue in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks

Shocker: Republicans overwhelmingly white

No travel to 'terrorist' countries for Florida state universities: court


Star Ledger

N.J. approves controversial change to dispatching medical helicopters

N.J. program for women- and minority-owned businesses celebrates first anniversary

Ex-N.J. education chief Bret Schundler says Gov. Christie 'defamed' him

Hundreds of N.J. students who can't do simple math are credited with passing calculus, report says

N.J. Board of Education vows to continue reform after Race to the Top loss


The Washington Post

Economist Christina Romer serves up dismal news at her farewell luncheon

GOP governors group ordered to pay $2M in Texas

Health insurance tax credit likely to affect small part of small-business workforce

Obama urges Middle East leaders to make peace

My name is Glenn Beck, and I need help

Number of illegal immigrants in U.S. drops, report says

Name confusion is the talk in the at-large Democratic primary race

At debate, D.C. mayoral hopefuls Fenty, Gray promise a more inclusive government

At D.C. mayoral debate, Fenty foe Gray steps effectively into front-runner role

Environmental militant slain at Silver Spring building after taking hostages


Atlanta Journal Constitution

DeKalb DA resigns to take EPA job

King-led group in control of SCLC

Investigators arrest Section 8 cheating suspects

School districts relying less on trailers


Detroit Free Press

Union sues over teacher hiring at 51 DPS schools

Church volunteers donate time at Detroit school


Philadelphia Inquirer

Mastery Charter Schools' big test in Philadelphia

PHA board may pick fill-in chief

Asian leaders express doubt on South Phila. High plan

Hundreds at hearing speak for, against proposed Gettysburg casino


Chicago Tribune

Quinn's embattled prisons chief to leave for new job
 
Ryan seeks release based on Supreme Court ruling


Los Angeles Times

L.A. civic leaders urge LAUSD, union to revamp teacher evaluations

Barbara Boxer and Carly Fiorina battle hard in first Senate debate

Environmentalists stunned by failures of key measures in Legislature

Bell residents applaud state's reform bills


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