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Today in Black America - November 10

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The New York Times

Republicans Maneuver to Oust Their Leader

Washington Worries About Its New Power Couple

$25 Billion in Cuts, if the Math Worked

Scrutiny Takes Toll on For-Profit College Company

Teacher’s Death Exposes Tensions in Los Angeles

Supreme Court Weighs Class-Action Suits

Obama, in Indonesia, Pledges Expanded Ties With Muslim Nations

New Haven, Seeking to Get More Students Into College, Will Pay Tuition

Once Rivals, Cuomo and Paterson Present a United Front

New York Schools Chancellor Ends 8-Year Run

City’s New Schools Chief Has Much in Common With Boss


Baltimore Sun

Corrections employees dip into inmate funds

New city schools approved to open next year

Cal Ripken Jr. launches nationwide math challenge


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama team braces for Rep. Darrell Issa, avid investigator
 
Support for tea party? Its goals, yes. The movement, not as much.

Will Obama face a primary challenger in 2012?

Obama trip to 'Muslim' Indonesia: Why stereotypes don't work

In Iraq, Christians fear they could be wiped out – like Jews before them


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Will Bishop Long attend religious rally at the Dome?

Atlanta school board head wants to pay outside firm to connect with public

Men arrested in Douglasville stomping death say they didn't attack Bobby Tillman


Star Ledger

NJ Transit might go to court over $271M ARC tunnel bill from federal government

Gov. Chris Christie was living large

Report shows fourth-grade students in N.J. public, charter schools have same passing rates

NJEA president calls Christie 'irresponsible' after he blamed teachers for lack of school supplies

Trenton woman creates, sends greeting cards to women inmates in Hunterdon

Report shows fourth-grade students in N.J. public, charter schools have same passing rates

Prudential Foundation to donate $500K challenge grant to expand Newark-based WBGO Jazz-88

N.J. judge dismisses lawsuit by Newark public safety unions, paving way for mass layoffs


Detroit Free Press

Detroit seeks $10 million back from cop monitor with ties to Kilpatrick

Feds arrest DPS scandal figure after no-show

A TV boost for Detroit


Chicago Tribune

Congressmen pay wives from campaign funds

A third of Chicago-area homes underwater

'Hundred Dresses' gets its anti-bullying message across to kids

Police recruiting older, hoping to get wiser

Both parties need to wise up


The Washington Post

Republicans attempt to recruit alternative to Michael Steele

Steny Hoyer collecting liberal support in his bid for minority whip

Incoming congressman Allen West taps outspoken Fla. radio host as chief of staff

Army alleges that sergeant led 'kill team' targeting Afghan civilians

After teen's death, grief and questions

For many, recession means all the responsibilities, half the income

After teen's death, grief and questions


Philadelphia Inquirer

Increasingly, nurses facing violence on the job

Haitians brought to Phila. area for quake care found themselves adrift

Another hearing in Abu-Jamal saga

Officials, students look at school violence

N.J. fully prosecutes attacks on immigrants, Dow says


Los Angeles Times

Supervisors weigh ending Vernon's control over its housing

Ex-Marines allegedly sold assault rifles to L.A. gang members



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