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Today in Black America - September 21

POSTED: September 21, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Short of Repeal, G.O.P. Will Chip at Health Law

The Voters: Men Are Fuming, Women Despairing

Disappointed Supporters Question Obama

Students Spell Out Messages on Immigration

As Rules Shift, Donor Names Stay Secret

As Rules Shift, Donor Names Stay Secret

Neglecting the Base

Recession May Be Over, but Joblessness Remains

Value of College Degree Is Growing, Study Says

Internet Service Upgrade Coming to Poor and Rural Schools

After Day of Intense Talks, Muslim Leaders Unite Behind Community Center

For a Singer’s 1940s Alma Mater, a 21st-Century Gift

The Christian Science Monitor

Five things Obama will do at the UN

US Muslim groups unite, see mosque near ground zero as test of rights

House GOP's 'governing agenda': a 2010 Contract With America?

Obama: 'tea party' wrong on 'culprits' of economic woes

Sen. Jim DeMint and 'tea party': architects of a GOP makeover?

He teaches inner-city kids how to be smart about money

Star Ledger

N.J. Statehouse confrontations highlight increasing tension between Christie, Democrats

Poll: Gov. Chris Christie to blame for Race to the Top gaffe

Gov. Christie compromises with N.J. Democrats, agrees to turn over Race to the Top documents

N.J. school officials are cautious of spending federal funds

N.J. education officials announce allocation of $268M in federal funds

N.J. Senate fails to override Gov. Christie's veto of $7.5M in family planning funds

Essex County plan for $100M renovation of Newark vo-tech school, campus moves forward

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's loan a weight on his debt and his image

Baltimore Sun

Md. personal income rises above pre-recession levels

$90 million proposed for new light rail lines

Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County in dire financial straits

Council president pushes for extension of affordable housing bill

Detroit Free Press

A Walmart in Detroit? It's possible

Worthy to announce DPS charges today

Aretha Franklin's son severely beaten in Detroit

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta board member to face ethics hearing

South Cobb community wants say on development

Broncos WR McKinley found dead in apparent suicide

The Washington Post

Tea party picking up steam nationwide

Sen. DeMint champions 'tea party' candidates

Senate poised for close vote on repealing 'don't ask, don't tell' law

Fearing a soaring deficit, many analysts favor letting Bush tax cuts expire

FBI probes were improper, Justice says

Obama answers skeptics after recession is declared officially over

Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia city unions blame Nutter for no contracts

Annette John-Hall: For Nutter, time to pay attention to perception

NAACP billboard: Focus tax money on schools, not prisons

Group to honor leaders working for social change

Oprah Winfrey announces $1 million grant for Mastery Charter Schools

Chicago Tribune

Big names treading lightly as line forms for mayoral race

High court denies Burris request to stop election

Bridgeport couple sued for housing discrimination

Los Angeles Times

PG&E releases maps of major gas pipelines and a list of problem segments

California awaits budget while its legislators rake in millions

Recession's over, economists say to a skeptical public

Democrats fighting election battles ask environmentalists, 'Where are you guys?'

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