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Today in Black America - November 11

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The New York Times

Panel Seeks Social Security Cuts and Tax Increases

Obama Nears a Deal to Reduce Trade Imbalance

Communities Embrace Veterans of Vietnam War

Grandparents’ Role Grows as the Economy Struggles

Black Business Leaders Ponder Mayoral Election

Bloomberg Took Secret Path to a New Schools Chief

Mayor Takes Idea of Education Outsider to New Level

Black Democrats in New York Face Imminent Loss of Clout


Baltimore Sun

Complaint filed in election night robocall

Baltimore-area home sales dropped 30% in October

Courts OK stops for dark windows on cars

State business and education leaders to create new tool for teachers


The Christian Science Monitor

Veterans Day free meals: one way businesses are saying 'thanks'

Veterans Day survey: 300,000 use revamped GI Bill

One year after bankruptcy, General Motors predicts a profitable 2010

Will tea party allies in Congress balk at international trade pacts?

Iraqi official: leaders have framework to form new government

Why Netanyahu is engaging Obama in a spat over E. Jerusalem 'settlements'


Star Ledger

N.J. teacher is suspended, denied pay raise after being filmed on hidden video at NJEA conference

Gov. Christie backs off plans for 1,200 N.J. employee layoffs

Poll: Majority of N.J. residents support state worker layoffs, wage freezes

N.J. commission sides with unions on public employees taking off Black Friday holiday

Judge rules Atlantic City councilman tried to intimidate witness in ballot fraud trial

NJ Transit director touts $2.5B in construction projects after scrapped ARC tunnel

Less affordable housing, higher rents in Newark since 2005, report finds

N.J. appeals court allows Newark public unions lawsuit to continue against planned layoffs


Atlanta Journal Constitution

State plans for end of graduation test

Rising tide of veterans need services

Georgia Realtors to pay $60,000 to settle housing discrimination lawsuit


Detroit Free Press

Court validates Bing won election

EPA: Toxins don’t pose health risk at Detroit school

Detroit to monitor: Return our $10M

Greene case lawyer seeks default judgment against Detroit


The Washington Post

Sources: Pentagon group finds there is minimal risk to lifting gay ban during war

Michele Bachmann ends bid to join GOP leadership

New, more graphic cigarette warnings unveiled

Oakland elects first female mayor after close race

Emanuel to formally announce run for Chicago mayor

D.C. attorney general sues building owners over $1.2 million in expenses

South Lakes' Ja'Juan Jones finds his place after a homeless odyssey


Philadelphia Inquirer

Local black clergy unite to fight HIV/AIDS

New study puts a hefty price on Philadelphia blight

Gov.-elect Tom Corbett announces members of transition team

With Katz out, mayoral primary participants unknown

Drug dealer accused of teaming with Philadelphia police officers surrendered in October

Reputed North Philly drug kingpin, family indicted


Chicago Tribune

CPS e-mail ordered that teachers be flagged for dismissal, principals say
 
CPS challenged on scarcity of girls sports teams

Mayoral candidates hit Daley's parking meter deal


Los Angeles Times

Estimated state budget deficit reaches $25.4 billion

FDIC prepares to crack down on officials of failed banks

Cal State trustees approve 15% tuition increase

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