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Today in Black America - November 24

POSTED: November 24, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

At a 2008 Stop, Obama Promotes His Policies

Remake of Obama Economic Team Broadens Scope

Thanksgiving Ritual Gives Rangel a Respite

Report Finds Low Graduation Rates at For-Profit Colleges

Somalis in Twin Cities Shaken by Charges of Sex Trafficking

Education Chief Raises Doubts on Pick by Bloomberg

News Corp., After Hiring Klein, Buys Technology Partner in a City Schools Project

Fraud Inquiries Focus on Public-Works Hiring in New York


Baltimore Sun

Maryland gains 5,900 jobs in October, Labor Department says

K-9 unit to patrol area malls

Dan Rodricks: Mothers of slaying victims share meal, strength


The Christian Science Monitor

Congress eyes DREAM Act: Fair to illegal immigrants or back-door amnesty?

As Obama plans White House reshuffle, where are the new faces?

Food safety bill 101: What are the facts and myths?

Thanksgiving Day Proclamation from President Obama


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick's disappearing computer: 'I never saw it,' Cockrel says

Monica Conyers' guilty plea should stand, prosecutors say


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta school board members settle lawsuit


The Washington Post

Allen West, one of two black Republicans just elected to House, goes against grain

Student transfers from failing schools via No Child law swamp successful ones

TSA outcry is really a call for profiling

Daily drug lowers AIDS risk, study says

As AIDS epidemic ebbs, many challenges remain

Fenty budget proposal has school meals, summer jobs, welfare in cross hairs

Non-profit controlled by D.C. council member spent $200,000 in donations

Rush of applicants at D.C.'s new IHOP illustrates distress of a stalled economy


Chicago Tribune

Blacks divided over possible menthol ban

Global Health Watch: AIDS deaths and HIV infections decline in Africa, U.N. report says

Evanston Township High seeks to diversify advanced classes

More than Meeks or a tenant, residency becoming Rahm's biggest foe


Los Angeles Times

California group pushes initiative modeled on Arizona's immigration-status law

Slaying suspect Stephanie Lazarus: An investigator one minute, and under interrogation the next



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