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Today in Black America - November 26

POSTED: November 26, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

T.S.A. Chief Visits Airport to Buck Up Employees and Defend Tactics

U.S. to Drop Color-Coded Terror Alerts

On a Crowded Rap Sheet of Politicians, DeLay Stands Apart

DeLay Is Convicted in Texas Donation Case

Discontent With Mayor at Heart of School Uproar

A Classics Buff Agonizes Over Challenge to Mayor

Handguns for 18-Year-Olds?


Baltimore Sun

Maryland earmarks could be at risk

Councilman questions tax breaks for Harbor Point


The Christian Science Monitor

Tom DeLay: How his crowning moment became a money laundering conviction
 
How earmark ban is already changing Capitol Hill

Five Somali pirates convicted of attacking US Navy ship

British students return to streets, vowing to press on against tuition hikes


Detroit Free Press

Detroit could learn much from Italian interventions

Detroit cop's report key in Tamara Greene lawsuit

Wild party may have used city boats, lawyer says


Star Ledger

Anti-violence activists arrested in Irvington

Racial slurs painted on vehicles in Woodstown being investigated as bias crimes

N.J. women who lost sons to gun-related tragedies gather for Thanksgiving dinner

U.S. drops corruption charges against former aide to N.J. lawmaker

Nine N.J. cities to split $139M in state aid

Newark father claims son's death was caused by police brutality


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Clark Atlanta defends million-dollar presidential payout


Philadelphia Inquirer

Suburban Philadelphia hospitals trending toward private rooms

As Pa. legislative session winds down, Rendell signs 22 bills into law

Christie grants Camden $69 million in special aid, but little to avert layoffs

New Jersey legislative leaders put focus on jobs


Chicago Tribune

Former priest writes book about Rev. Pfleger


The Washington Post

For 2012, aides debate a Chicago headquarters

Majority of Republicans favors racial profiling at airports, while Dems, indys oppose

Doctors say Medicare cuts force painful decision about elderly patients

Critics question District Mayor-elect Vincent Gray's slow transition

Rhee's IMPACT system linked to fate of tight D.C. teachers union election


Los Angeles Times

High court handling of Wal-Mart appeal will have wider implications

Undocumented UCLA law grad is in a legal bind

Steve Cooley concedes race for attorney general to Kamala Harris

Schwarzenegger making some scenes before making his exit











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