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Today in Black America - November 18

POSTED: November 18, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

An Electoral Upheaval, but Few Signs of Change

Medicare and Medicaid Chief Defends Health Care Law

Fractured Democrats Keep Pelosi as Leader

Arizona Law Said to Harm Convention Businesses

Detainee Acquitted on Most Counts in ’98 Bombings

For Rangel, a Downward Path, With Destination Uncertain

Class Sizes Grew in City Despite Deal to Cut Them

L.I. Study Rebuts Perceptions on Immigrant Workers

Bailing Out New Jersey


Baltimore Sun

City teachers pass landmark contract in second vote

City social services official claims helm of Baltimore NAACP

Shocking: Harris to take subsidized health insurance

Baltimore County announces diploma-to-degree program


The Christian Science Monitor

Fresno State student president outed as illegal immigrant. Does it matter?

Haiti protests escalate over source of cholera

India's $5 billion microfinance industry faces backlash over profits

Why 300 million more people are suddenly poor


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Host of Douglas County teen party to Tillman's mother: ‘I'm here for her'

Employers see larger costs for health benefits, report says

Delta pledges $2 million to Grady


Detroit Free Press

ACLU suit says life sentence unfair to juveniles

U.S. education chief: DPS 'arguably the worst'

Plan for new Detroit police HQ at risk, council members say

What GM's IPO means to Detroit


Star Ledger

N.J. Supreme Court to decide whether effort to recall Sen. Menendez can proceed

N.J. municipal officials focus on cost-cutting, shared services at convention

Federal judge blocks N.J. plan to raise $80M by taking unused gift card balances

N.J. election watchdog agency accuses Democratic Party of making illegal contributions to Corzine campaign

Newark extends amnesty program for overdue tax, water, sewer bills

Police still searching for suspect in Seton Hall sexual assault


Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia Democrat's fall had been in the works for a while

Report: Less than half of Phila. high graduates go to college

Pennsylvania General Assembly overrides Rendell veto of school bill

Philadelphia schools attribute gains to summer school

Moody's cuts Phila. credit rating


Chicago Tribune

Pension bets not paying off

City Council OKs Daley's no-tax hike budget

CPS approves easing of admissions to premier schools

Like Barack, like Rahm: Ballot tactics ring familiar


The Washington Post

Republicans may be less eager than Obama for bipartisanship

Sarah Palin: I couldn't afford to stay governor

Nancy Pelosi to lead House Democrats, but path is unclear

Former surgeon general Koop warns of complacency about AIDS

As next D.C. mayor, Gray will have to deal with debt to unions

Leslie Johnson should be kept off Pr. George's Council, online petition drive says


Los Angeles Times

State-subsidized day care to last through the year in California

13 people arrested in demonstration outside UC regents meeting in San Francisco



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