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Today in Black America - October 25

POSTED: October 25, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Pro-Republican Groups Prepare Big Push at End of Races

Obama’s Playbook After Nov. 2

G.O.P. Is Poised to Seize House, if Not Senate

Party Leaders Predict Midterm Success

In Losing the Midterms, There May Be Winning

Democrats Back Third Parties to Siphon Votes

Democrats Look to Clout of Unions as Vote Nears

Owners Seek to Sell at Loss as Banks Push Foreclosure

Public Housing Repairs Can’t Keep Pace With Need

Newcomer Faces Hurdles in Challenging Rangel, the 40-Year Harlem Incumbent

Family of Pace University Student Killed by Police Seeks Clarity Amid Grief


Baltimore Sun

Giuliani rallies for Ehrlich at Montgomery Co. event

Candidates cross party lines on criminal justice

O'Malley widens lead over Ehrlich

New charter, transformation schools proposed in city in 2011

2,000 join annual fall city cleanup


The Christian Science Monitor

NPR vs. Fox News: Juan Williams firing reveals deeper media fight

How housing market might muddle through new foreclosure crisis

Obama: Abraham Lincoln would have no place in today's GOP

Meg Whitman lags behind Jerry Brown in Calif. governor race

US professor quits Kenyan truth commission, citing lack of confidence


Detroit Free Press

Keeping city safe on Angels' Night

Fewer cops, more bars worry many


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Slovenia elects its 1st black mayor

Atlanta police officer arrested for hitting girlfriend

Anger sends DeKalb voters to polls
 

Star Ledger

Braun: N.J. cannot afford putting off Hudson River tunnel project

Secaucus schools kick off anti-bullying campaign

Five-year-old Jersey City girl shot in neck at housing complex is relocating, officials say

N.J. will now post online the budgets of municipalities that lack websites

Nearly 49,000 N.J. college students may lose financial aid if they fail to submit new form

Essex County Prosecutor widens probe into possible kickbacks to Newark mayor Booker's administration

800 teachers in Paterson, Newark went 4 months without insurance due to paperwork problem


Philadelphia Inquirer

Through music, transforming young lives

A Philadelphia city office where overtime issue is moot

Hershey Trust bought neighboring land for well above market value


The Washington Post

Election Day could bring historic split: Democrats lose House, keep Senate

Companies that received bailout money giving generously to candidates

Health insurers help GOP after dalliance with Dems

Just who does Jon Stewart think he is?

The case against Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity, by a 'Daily Show' fan

For Democrat Nye, African American vote is key, but uncertain

On U-Va.'s campus, struggling to rekindle excitement of 2008

Ehrlich appears to be losing GOP traction


Chicago Tribune

Kirk with slight lead in poll

Muslims gather in Rosemont to find solutions to combating harmful stereotypes, 'Islamophobia'

Quelling the wave of youth violence

Punished for being too honest


Los Angeles Times

Baca ordered criminal probe outside jurisdiction on behalf of political donor

Democrats appeal for African American votes

Top two controller candidates cite Bell's lessons

In USC speech, Obama urges 37,500 Democratic voters to 'fight on'

UCLA's ongoing suspension of admissions to Islamic studies worries students

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