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Today in Black America - October 27

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The New York Times

Health Care Vote Has Democrats on Defense

Fraudulent Voting Re-emerges as a Partisan Issue

Job Losses Outweigh Obama’s Successes

Caffeine and Alcohol Drink Is Potent Mix for Young

Cuomo’s Record as Attorney General Draws Mixed Views

New York City Board of Elections Chief Fired

Study Finds Street Stops by N.Y. Police Unjustified

Pre-emptive Charges of Bias in a City-Financed Wage Study


Baltimore Sun

Homeowners' cases bring foreclosure irregularities to light

As police grieve, violence continues

Baltimore Teachers Union releases new contract

Nonprofit to share teen pregnancy prevention message with boys and girls

City principal removed over hiring practices


The Christian Science Monitor

Should Obama run again? More voter enthusiasm than for Reagan in '82.

Recession officially over, use of food stamps stays at record high

Sharron Angle ad: Is it racist?

New EPA rules will erode power grid reliability, report finds


Star Ledger

N.J. Gov. Christie to cancel Hudson River tunnel, blaming feds' refusal to increase funding

Hidden video by conservative activist James O'Keefe renews NJEA, Gov. Christie dispute

N.J. phases out check payments for 460K people collecting unemployment benefits

N.J. polls show 3 tight congressional races, Runyan pulls ahead of Adler

Newark officials break ground on 'The Waterfront' recreational facility


Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick's news of tossed city computer upsets judge

Ex-DPS board president Otis Mathis sentenced in fondling

DPS has perks for parents


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. colleges' graduation rates unsatisfactory

Atlanta mayor holds up weatherization center as green job creator


Philadelphia Inquirer

Unions lead push for Pennsylvania Democrats

African and Caribbean students often target of bullying, activist tells city panel

Monica Yant Kinney: The state mounts another cosmetic cover-up in Camden


The Washington Post

The rise, fall and rise of John Boehner

NPR receives bomb threat; timing suggests link to Juan Williams firing

Obama appoints record number of gay officials

In its biggest foreign market, BMW gets skilled workers for less

Small colleges find that adding football pays off in a lot of green, and more

2 schools' students 'integrated' after 50 years

Lieutenant governor carves out a role in Maryland

Va. textbook adoption process to undergo full review

Gray works to firm up donor support for education reforms


Chicago Tribune

In CPS, library void goes beyond one sit-in

Fire chief blasts suggestion to cut number of firefighters per truck
 
2 cops hit Weis with libel suit


Los Angeles Times

Meg Whitman is all business, all the time

Meg Whitman booed for declining to end negative ads

Plan to disband Vernon gains steam

Michelle Obama campaigns for Barbara Boxer in L.A.

Republicans offer few healthcare alternatives


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