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Today in Black America - November 29

POSTED: November 29, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Media False Alarm Over the T.S.A.

Rangel Seeks Less Serious Punishment from House

Ex-Justice Criticizes Death Penalty

Liberal Groups to Propose Routes to Smaller Deficit

Winning the Class War

McCain: Time to Discuss 'Regime Change' in NKorea

Judge’s Budget Will Seek Big Expansion of Legal Aid to the Poor in Civil Cases

Selling Caribbean TV Network From the Island of Newark


Baltimore Sun

Maryland local offices redden, even as state offices remain blue

Baltimore girl with burns on most of her body survives, thrives

Missionaries offer food and faith


The Christian Science Monitor

China welcomes growing African trade, but not the Africans who facilitate it

How ethnicity colors the Ivory Coast election

Angry voters flood streets as several candidates reject Haiti election

Bid to knock Rahm Emanuel off ballot for Chicago mayor: Can it succeed?

Threats against Obama: Michael Stephen Bowden is just the latest


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Parking enforcement, Atlanta drivers collide


Star Ledger

Slight majority of N.J. voters approve of President Obama's job performance, poll says

Bus advertisements may be on the way for cash-strapped N.J. schools

N.J. schools struggle with increasing class sizes as budgets, teachers are cut

Elizabeth non-profit helps teens learn construction trade and life skills

Scotch Plains church, sorority work together to build monument to historic freed slave

Newark group holds demonstration supporting ACLU probe into police misconduct


Philadelphia Inquirer

Pa., N.J. miss out on federal charter school start-up money

Federal lawsuit alleges stop-and-frisk unfairly targets minorities

Philadelphia mayor, on "Meet the Press," praises Obama

N.J. bills seek to curb mail solicitation by lawyers


Chicago Tribune

Five faces of life with HIV

Federal program aims to revitalize 2 city neighborhoods
 
Boning up on blacks' risk for osteoporosis

Cabrini-Green tutors do more than teach

Dancing all over with the Palins


The Washington Post

American exceptionalism: an old idea and a new political battle

Can Obama fight the GOP's blame game?

Ore. fire raises Muslims' fears of attack backlash

APNewsBreak: Rangel wants House to reject censure

With better sharing of data comes danger

RNC convention spending alarms party veterans

46 Prince George's County officers suspended or on administrative duty

For D.C. voting rights, window appears closed


Los Angeles Times

California prison overcrowding case heads to Supreme Court

LAUSD considers earlier start to school year

Brown's job gets tougher before he even takes office

Brown has an opportunity to revisit Prop. 13

Circle of learning is more than a figure of speech

L.A. Unified project combines preschool and apartments

Many on Republican National Committee want Michael Steele out







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