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Today in Black America - November 15

POSTED: November 15, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Lots of Republican Toes in the 2012 Waters, but No Rush to Dive In

Oklahoma Surprise: Islam as an Election Issue

Obama Returns, Facing Unpredictable Congress in a Lame-Duck Session

Pelosi Seen Winning House Party Leader Job

For Emanuel, Obstacles in Path to Chicago Mayor

Field to Replace Longtime Chicago Mayor Widens

Rangel’s Hearing Set to Begin, but Details Are Few

Mayor’s Case for One Schools Chief May Hurt Bid for Another

Baltimore Sun

Challengers emerge to Rawlings-Blake in 2011 mayor's race

Armed robberies at Loyola, Towson, CCBC raise concerns

More arrests expected in Prince George's corruption investigation

O'Malley talks economic challenges at Towson

The Christian Science Monitor

Rahm Emanuel makes it official: He's running for Chicago mayor

Why some young US workers now seek fortunes in India

Behind the meteoric rise in campaign spending

Global leadership: Voters launch a power surge of women

Star Ledger

N.J. local officials to attend League of Municipalities convention in Atlantic City

N.J. lawmakers to hold hearings on proposed anti-bullying laws following Rutgers suicide

Ex-Newark Mayor Sharpe James now part of group looking to reform city's politics

Employed but low-income N.J. families struggle to find assistance

Judge delays scheduled layoffs for Newark police

Detroit Free Press

Detroit Branch NAACP suspended over debt to national headquarters

Detroit's sister city could teach it a few things

Girl's suicide reveals a larger problem

Atlanta Journal Constitution

18-year-old shot to death after party

Ella Mae Wade Brayboy, 92: the Godmother of voter registration

New Atlanta street name honors student movement

Philadelphia Inquirer

Commemorating Phila.'s role in the Civil War

Philadelphia clergy increase AIDS awareness

U.S. study finds bullying pervasive

Anti-bullying program works, schools say

So far, Rendell mum on Democratic mayoral primary

Camden officer fired for insubordination fights for his job

Los Angeles Times

Harris takes slim lead over Cooley in attorney general race

Former U.S. attorney for L.A. criticized for his travel expenses

UC campuses move to recruit more out-of-state students

For L.A., possible lessons in D.C.'s controversial teacher evaluation system

Republicans are spoiling for a healthcare fight

The Washington Post

House panel to begin Rangel ethics trial

Junior Democrats in Senate seek to change the way chamber does business

A lame and spineless duck?

Opinion | One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012

Supreme Court shows interest in employment discrimination cases

Jack Johnson's arrest shows development as a blessing and a curse

Get real, G-men. Only an idiot would do what the FBI says Johnson did.

Natalie Randolph's first season at Coolidge was a draining one

Chicago Tribune

Davis, Meeks step into mayoral ring

Emanuel: It's on

State's top watchdog would oversee mass transit, bill proposes

Fighting a legal mirage

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