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Today in Black America - November 22

POSTED: November 22, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Vow to Repeal Health Care Holds Little Promise

A Forecast That Obama Could Love

Carol Moseley Braun, a Former Senator, Joins the Race for Chicago Mayor

Administration to Seek Balance in Airport Screening

A News Corp. Newspaper, but Not in Print

On Train to Meadowlands, View of Wasted Money

There Will Be Blood

Hiding from Reality


Baltimore Sun

St. Louis beats out Camden, NJ, to earn ranking as most dangerous US city; Detroit is 3rd

Design proposals unveiled for $40 million school in E. Baltimore

Maryland funding for anti-tobacco programs ranks low


The Christian Science Monitor

Is Rahm Emanuel really a Chicagoan? His mayoral race is challenged.

Can Warren Buffett and Bill Gates save the world?
 
Money can't buy you love – or social skills

Feds begin pull back from managing General Motors operations


Star Ledger

Gov. Christie faces opposition from N.J. public school advocates in superintendent salary cap measure

Loss of scholarship program for low-income preschool teachers is tragic, advocates say

N.J. lawmakers to discuss major revisions to casino and horse racing industries

Failed Jersey City council candidate who admitted taking bribes gives out coats and boots to needy families

Camden considers the effects of pending police layoffs

Last-minute proposal could save Newark police officers' jobs


Detroit Free Press

Stripper: I was at the Manoogian Mansion party

Smithsonian has a look at African-American heirlooms

Filing details Kilpatrick testimony about affair with ex-cop monitor

Detroit City Council backs effort to increase members


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Officials speculate on what Atlanta school board should do to replace Hall

Strife strains school board


Philadelphia Inquirer

Questions swirl around latest charges against former New Jersey legislator Bryant

John Dougherty not upset about Dwight Evans downfall

Nonprofit offering 750 scholarships to nonpublic elementary schools


Chicago Tribune

Margaret Burroughs: Co-founder of DuSable Museum and prominent artist

English classes help Spanish-speaking parents get involved in their kids' education

Listening to 'Silence' — Michele Norris of NPR discusses her memoir

Carol Moseley Braun kicks off campaign for mayor


The Washington Post

Deficit deal may actually be possible

Obama administration focusing on environmental justice

'Don't ask, don't tell' study getting early release

Political divide between coasts and Midwest deepening, midterm election analysis shows

Rangel's supporters urge 'no' vote on censure

Analysis: Bloomberg sounds much like he did in '08

Jack Johnson and my secret Prince George's shame

Campaign operative's past looms large in his future with next D.C. mayor


Los Angeles Times

Healthcare sector loses steam in California

The party that wins Asian voters may benefit for decades

California universities' tuition hikes raise concern


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