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Today in Black America - September 14

POSTED: September 14, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Civil Rights Photographer Unmasked as Informant

Boehner Plays Central Role in Democratic Ad

Interest-Group Spending Drives G.O.P. Lead in Ads

Consumer Candidate May Avoid a Vote

Confessing to Crime, but Innocent

Racial Disparity in School Suspensions

Clinton Calls Settlement Deal Possible

A Recovery’s Long Odds

Angry N.Y. Voters? For Many, Disillusioned Is More Like It

Imam Talks Compromise on Islamic Center


The Christian Science Monitor

Bush tax cuts get all the attention as US lawmakers reconvene

Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck in Alaska: testing the 2012 waters?

US medical team, arrested in Zimbabwe, released on bail

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty poised to get the boot?

Poverty rate paradox: Poverty rises, but FBI crime rate falls

Newt Gingrich: Did he go too far with comments about Obama?


Baltimore Sun

Md. primary to determine key races

Reported rapes in Baltimore up 20 percent since policy shift

Grocer cuts deal to avoid prosecution in Currie bribery case

Woman with Harris on night he died was "terrified" of gunman

Fired employee charges city with discrimination

Developers of proposed Walmart could receive tax breaks


Star Ledger

Sweeney refuses to allow reforms to pass until N.J. pays into retirement fund

N.J. town files lawsuit against imam behind controversial mosque near Ground Zero

N.J. Assembly Democrats point out how Christie's budget hurts N.J. residents, businesses

U.S. education department approves $268M to benefit N.J. schools

New York Jets are sued by Morris Plains realty company over advertising


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta school board votes out chairwoman and vice-chairwoman

Ex-Tampa airport chief lands at Hartsfield-Jackson

‘Phantom' costs, bonuses part of AGL rate-hike request


Detroit Free Press

Wayne State's leader: We've got to improve

City lawyer seeking secret motion in Tamara Greene case

Bobby Ferguson released on bond

Bing town meeting place to make demands


The Washington Post

Primaries end with establishment on the defensive

Obama takes his economic message to small gathering in Va. couple's back yard

Legislation would federalize private guards who protect U.S. government buildings

Convicted killer pleads for her life as execution date in Virginia nears

Jobless are straining Social Security's disability benefits program

No answers as crime rates fall

Report: More women than men in U.S. earned doctorates last year for first time

Virginia considers four-day workweek to save money

D.C., Maryland gird for busy day at polls

Gingrich, unhinged on Obama


Philadelphia Inquirer

Autopsy: Penn star had brain disease

PHA may have to repay HUD for harassment-claim payouts

Phila. schools to get $96 million

New Phila. campaign aims to increase college graduation rate

Knox says he'll challenge Nutter if Katz doesn't

Winning the right to vote, at a heavy price


Chicago Tribune

Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications
 
Ald. Brendan Reilly suggests ways to cut city spending, says mayoral run unlikely

Cook County commissioners back ethics reform
 
Illinois Supreme Court chief justice to retire

In Illinois, bilingual learning for non-English speakers now starts in preschool


Los Angeles Times

L.A. schools doing better

SAT scores rise for state's 2010 high school graduates

43,000 Kaiser workers set to vote in bitter union faceoff

Maldonado signs bill refunding $2.9 million to Bell property owners

Jerry Brown apologizes for jab at Bill Clinton's character



Boxer's first TV ad aims to reintroduce her to Californians

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