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Today in Black America - December 2

POSTED: December 02, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

As Final Debt Plan Is Released, Signs That the Fight Is Just Beginning

The Un-Sensible Common Ground

Mixed Reaction to F.C.C. Internet Plan

F.T.C. Backs Plan to Honor Privacy of Online Users

A Mission to Transform Baltimore’s Beaten Schools

New York’s House Delegation to Lose One or Two Seats

As Newark Cuts Officers, Fears of a Regression Take Root


Baltimore Sun

Half of discarded city rape claims were misclassified

Member of Jewish patrol group accused of striking teen in city

Kamenetz seeks to merge Balto. Co. departments, cut staff


The Christian Science Monitor

Unemployment benefits: not until Bush tax cuts pass, Senate GOP says

Health-care reform law is constitutional, federal judge rules

US State Department tells employees not to read WikiLeaks


Detroit Free Press

Son's use of Rep. John Conyers' federal SUV adds to congressman's challenges

Kilpatrick ordered to testify about his e-mails


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta readies wish list for legislative session

Atlanta mayor marks year's milestones


Star Ledger

Braun: Fickle immigration policies keep green card out of reach for accomplished N.J. woman

Atlantic City rehires 17 laid off police officers, as Jersey City announces layoffs

Obama nominates New Jersey federal judges

Ethics panel says N.J. transportation chief should not be involved in ARC tunnel funding dispute

East Orange hospital's new chief hopes to expand preventative care

Two Nine-Trey Headbustas members admit racketeering scheme in plea deal


Philadelphia Inquirer

Ackerman acknowledges directing surveillance work to minority firm IBS

'White group' at West Chester an attempt to discuss race, university says

Philadelphia No. 1 in rate of children who smoke

Residents uneasy over Camden's layoff plan

Kevin Riordan: High hopes, harsh reality for Camden


Chicago Tribune

How civil union law would work

Chicago pushes back on pension reform

Judge gives last 2 families in Cabrini-Green high-rise 10 days to leave

Todd Stroger defends tax increase on way out the door
 
Link to June shooting aids arrest in slaying of police officer, ex-CHA cop


The Washington Post

Hats off for Florida congresswoman-elect Frederica Wilson

Financial questions follow 4 Republican freshmen to Congress

House likely to pass child nutrition bill championed by first lady

House ethics chairman approved leave by Rep. Waters investigators

Local anchor Doug McKelway is the latest fiery figure to find a home at Fox News

EPA head Lisa Jackson is prepared for battle

D.C. Mayor-elect Vincent Gray details transition finances


Los Angeles Times

Poll finds California voters trust themselves more than legislators

Brown may find it's not easy being green

How to know when your jobless benefits will run out


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