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Today in Black America - October 11

POSTED: October 11, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

From Tea Party Advocates, Anger at the Federal Reserve

Republicans Poised to Make Gains in Races for Governor

White House Aide Doubts Need to Halt Foreclosures

Despite Army Efforts, Soldier Suicides Continue

In Higher Education, a Focus on Technology

A Vanishing Journalistic Divide

Hey, Small Spender

Policy at Its Worst

On New York School Tests, Warning Signs Ignored


Baltimore Sun

UM professor to review Baltimore police arrests

Candidates differ on bay, environment

Congregations use religion to emphasize environmental awareness


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Metro Atlanta foreclosure notices rise 11 percent in October

Atlanta chamber has hand in school board rift

Few study power of school boards


The Christian Science Monitor

Unemployment rate steady at 9.6 percent: Is Obama's plan working?

Tea party convergence: Big boost for Republicans in Election 2010

Why the NRA is rallying behind endangered Democrats

Latest foreclosure crisis: Is that bank takeover legal?

Global doors slam shut on immigrants

Arab League expected to demand settlement freeze before peace talks continue


Detroit Free Press

Gubernatorial candidates Bernero, Snyder clash over Michigan's future

Bernero, Snyder miss opportunity to be leaders

Detroit seeks Angels' Night patrol volunteers

Prepubescent criminals hurt region's rep

Assaults on elderly are on track to rise in Wayne Co.

Arson risks lives of Detroit's firefighters


The Washington Post

Obama continues attack on Chamber of Commerce

Cable news chatter is changing the electoral landscape

As midterms near, Obama works to re-ignite 2008 enthusiasm in Philadelphia

Conspiracy theorists find validation from Glenn Beck

Shadowy players in a new class war


Star Ledger

N.J. Attorney General Dow to form task force for tracking police misconduct allegations

N.J. Legislature considers allowing advertising on school buses

Frantic behind-the-scenes dealings could resuscitate Hudson River tunnel project

Widespread problems reported at Newark's Barringer High School

Longtime Newark firefighter is named new chief


Philadelphia Inquirer

Obama rallies for Democrats at Germantown event

Councilman asks Nutter to restore money for community groups

'King of Rock and Soul' silenced

Electronic medical records come to Camden

Monica Yant Kinney: Fighting for the education she cannot live without


Chicago Tribune

Social Security checks stay at same rates next year; trustees don't see inflation as a factor

Vigil held for slain boy

An ugly price to pay for free speech


Los Angeles Times

Tactics split state's top two GOP contenders

Not your typical California election

7 statewide offices are in play in addition to the governor's race

California spent nearly half a billion on college freshmen who later dropped out, study finds

Governor's veto ax falls heavily on welfare, child care and special education programs




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