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Today in Black America - October 29

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The New York Times

Bill Clinton Urged Florida Democrat to Quit Senate Bid

As Reid Falters, Schumer Subtly Stands in the Wings

Obama’s Re-election Could be Tied to Ohio Races

Looking Ahead to the 2012 Race

Panel Says Firms Knew of Cement Flaws Before Spill

New DNA Tests Aimed at Reducing Colon Cancer

Hispanics Cite Bias in Survey

Report Shows Plight of Puerto Rican Youth

In Sharp Rise, 47 City Schools May Close Over Performance

Killing Prompts Push for Bodega Owners to Get Gun Permits

No Justification


Baltimore Sun

O'Malley, Ehrlich focus on economy

Jail official hides contaminated money in junkyard


The Christian Science Monitor

How Meg Whitman dropped 10 points behind Jerry Brown

Election 2010 all about tea party? It's more: It's year of the outsider.

Election 2010: What gets done if the GOP takes over Capitol Hill

Could faulty mortgage paperwork lead to a new financial crisis?

Foreclosures up especially in cities


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia seeks Arizona-like immigration law

Parents tell APS board to get act together

Firefighter to lose job for video of fatal crash victim


Star Ledger

Sen. Lautenberg launches investigation into cancellation of ARC tunnel project

N.J. college students' tuition bills continue to rise despite increased financial aid

Jersey City businessman announces his intention to run against state Sen. Cunningham

Judge rules $2.7M parking payment letter is not enforceable contract in Newark, N.J. Devils dispute

Newark police, firefighter unions sue Mayor Cory Booker, civil service commission to stop layoffs

Newark gets Living Cities funds to improve housing, schools, health for impoverished families

Newark council approves budget with 16 percent tax increase, 866 layoffs


Detroit Free Press

Ferguson coconspirator to plead guilty, attorney says

Jailed man faces charges in Detroit bus stop attack

Love, tenacity behind woman's success


The Washington Post

Clinton says he tried to talk Florida Senate candidate out of race

Newt Gingrich: Out of the wilderness and into the mix for 2012

Obama's calculated visits to battleground turf

Most troops wouldn't oppose serving with gays, survey finds

Suspect in D.C. Metro bomb plot sought to fight U.S. troops overseas, records say

The very young guns of politics: 18-year-old friends seek spots on Pr. George's school board

Michelle Rhee outspoken to the end of her tenure as D.C. schools chancellor

GOP hitching ride on Fenty's coattails into four council races

Restore sanity? Too late for the Tea Party


Philadelphia Inquirer

Lincoln says it can't fire professor

Philadelphia set for 'zone courts' to start

Christie names education task force members; NJEA not represented


Chicago Tribune

Lockport official is left red-faced

Schools fail to push students on state tests

Early math a plus for preschoolers


Los Angeles Times

Measure would outlaw Islamic law in Oklahoma -- where it doesn't exist

Competing propositions take aim at California redistricting

L.A. County a major hurdle for Democrat Kamala Harris in attorney general race

Whitman says her former housekeeper should be deported

In Long Beach, a promise to help struggling students

College costs increase faster than inflation



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