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Today in Black America - October 14

POSTED: October 14, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Michelle Obama Hits Campaign Trail With Soft-Sell Message

G.O.P. Accelerates, but Speed Bumps Remain

For Reid, No Shaking Tea Party Challenger

Female Candidate Finds Tough Audience: Women

All 50 States Start Inquiry Into Foreclosures

Washington Chancellor’s Departure Isn’t Expected to Slow Public School Change


The Christian Science Monitor

Exhausted but happy, Chile miners' families savor heroic rescue

South Africa to join UN Security Council. Will it take lead on Africa conflicts?

Democrats' bold stand: Want to trim federal debt? Cut defense.

Obama utters words 'tax and spend liberal.' Republicans drool.


Baltimore Sun

Maryland foreclosure practices decried

False signatures cloud Maryland foreclosure cases

O'Malley, Ehrlich to debate again today

Rawlings-Blake attempted to fire lone white employee, former worker claims

Baltimore ranks third in study of U.S. income growth


Star Ledger

N.J. voters who backed President Obama less likely to vote in mid-term elections, poll shows

N.J. mayors push for caps on salary increases for public employees

U.S. Sen. Lautenberg approaches N.Y. financial firm on funding endangered Hudson River tunnel

Acting N.J. education chief announces $30M in low-interest bonds for charter schools

Beleaguered Newark high school finds interim principal


Atlanta Journal Constitution

AP-mtvU Poll: College students' Obamamania wanes

Barnes, Deal pitch employment plans


Philadelphia Inquirer

Police: Philly teacher charged with stealing laptops also a heroin addict

Pa. Senate votes to expand gun owners' rights

2 get probation for Philadelphia City Council protest


Detroit Free Press

FBI is cleared in imam's death; Feds: Agents had legitimate fears

Bing: I want to be part of Detroit's renaissance

Judge is ordered to answer questions in Tamara Greene lawsuit

Archdiocese of Detroit: Stay away from liberal Catholic conference


The Washington Post

Michelle Obama hits campaign trail for Democrats

Obama ad courts young, minority voters, urging them to 'make history again'

In push to let Bush tax cuts expire, Democrats to focus on narrowing income gap

Few signs at tea party rally expressed racially charged anti-Obama themes

More minorities enrolling in medical school, study shows

Ehrlich, O'Malley display longtime animosity in debates

Fenty confirms Oberlin talks, downplays write-in campaign


Chicago Tribune

Regional planners unveil vision for Chicago area in 2040

Daley budget raids reserves

What's so bad about elites?

Residency and Rahm Emanuel


Los Angeles Times

Apathetic voters, the silent majority

L.A. Unified settlement of lawsuit mushroomed into assault on long-held district practices

Legal fight looms over control of Bell

Debates have brought Whitman and Brown into sharp contrast

Compton school district fires superintendent

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