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Today in Black America - October 26

POSTED: October 26, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Counting on Strength of Obama’s Get-Out-the-Vote Network

Divide on U.S. Deficit Likely to Grow After Election

Treasury Hid A.I.G. Loss, Report Says

Obama Gets a Caustic Welcome in Rhode Island

Pro-Republican Groups Prepare Big Push at End of Races

Bloomberg’s Latest on Terms: 3 for Him, but Only 2 for Everyone Else

Latino Immigrants to Sue a Connecticut Police Dept., Asserting Racial Bias

An Unlikely Candidacy, Forged by Tragedy

The Corrosion of America

Baltimore Sun

Balto. Co. targets housing, jobs in fight against homelessness

New charter, transformation schools proposed in city in 2011

City College staffer sold gun to get cash for son's birthday

The Christian Science Monitor

Haiti cholera outbreak 'stabilizing' – but could affect election

Why Africa's young thinkers are headed to prestigious US colleges
Home sales rise in September, but a housing glut and concerns remain

Early voting data: beware any conclusions

Detroit Free Press

Riddle, Waters turn to appeals court to withdraw their guilty pleas

Both sides in Tamara Greene case to be in court

Star Ledger

Atlantic City Borgata slashes about 200 jobs

N.J. Assembly tables vote on measure to allow exceptions to proposed cap on public-employee raises

N.J. proposal to toughen anti-bullying laws follows Rutgers student suicide

Newark Ironbound former industrial site is transformed with new preschool, apartments

South Orange-Maplewood schools pleased with standardized test scores

The Washington Post

Obama shuns chance to endorse Democrat in Rhode Island

House and Senate shatter fundraising records for midterm election and may exceed $2 billion

Activist stomped outside Rand Paul-Jack Conway debate

ATF's oversight limited in face of gun lobby

Health insurance law covers people with preexisting medical conditions

Study suggests voters can be influenced by choice of words about politicians

U.S. campaign takes on anti-gay bullying in school

O'Malley stretches truth on Ehrlich lobbyist label, but criticism sticks

Prince George's council to consider controversial bills as several members prepare to leave office

Philadelphia Inquirer

At Temple, Secretary Arne Duncan, Tony Danza promote teaching

Rendell eyes revival of gas tax

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Barnes and Deal to make final arguments on the road and on the air

Civil rights leaders condemn ruling on use of word ‘boy'

Plan seeks to make Atlanta a top 'green' city

Chicago Tribune

Jackson will not run for mayor

Poll: Brady grabs slim edge over Quinn

Chicago watchdog offers budget options, aldermen bite back

Chicago police make good on gang warning

Los Angeles Times

Former Bell police chief accused of quashing an internal investigation

Lawsuits accuse lenders of sabotaging mortgage modifications

Signs of foreclosure paperwork problems were missed, FDIC chief says

For women, ideology trumps the gender card
Once in sync, 2 candidates for state superintendent of schools have diverged

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