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Today in Black America - December 7

POSTED: December 07, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Tax Deal Suggests New Path for Obama

A Bridge to Republicans Alienates Liberal Base

Let’s Not Make a Deal

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Wal-Mart Appeal

Mounting Debts by States Stoke Fears of Crisis

A Former Schools Chief Shapes Her Comeback

Aspirin Helps in Reducing Cancer Deaths, a Study Find

Charter School Is Among 12 Chosen to Close

Chancellor From Different World Visits Classrooms

Bloomberg Seeking Election Law Changes to Increase Voter Turnout


Baltimore Sun

Maryland ranks 21st in nation for health

GBC calls on state to improve business climate

NAACP urges restraint on criticism of Jewish group


The Christian Science Monitor

New Orleans makeover: economic boost or loss of a historical legacy?

Supreme Court takes global warming case that targets power companies

Bernanke: US 'close to border' of recession, Federal Reserve may intervene

Teachers' union target Michelle Rhee to raise $1 billion for education reform


Detroit Free Press

Gov.-elect Rick Snyder plans low-key inaugural

Judge orders city to dig up Kilpatrick's computer data

Judge: Bobb went too far

Detroit Public Schools Foundation seeks funds

Helen Thomas slams WSU for ending award named for her


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed forces about-face by council on legislative ‘wish list'

CEO or school chief? Meet today's superintendent

Atlanta council votes to accept ex-AJC building


Star Ledger

Gamblers spending less time, money in Atlantic City casinos, study says

No deal struck between N.J. Democrats, Christie on property tax 'tool kit'

Christie's bully act getting old

Trenton mayor's brother, Water Works employee charged with theft

Five teens plead not guilty in Old Bridge fatal beating

Carter: Newark woman gives a mother's love to residents at Covenant House
 

The Washington Post

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested on Swedish warrant

International test score data show U.S. firmly mid-pack

U.S. population estimated at 306 million to 313 million

Death penalty prosecutors in Texas to 'stand mute' during hearing

Can Democrats step up their game?

New health-care law expands insurance coverage for adult immunizations

Johnsons' arrests have some in Prince George's wondering who is next

Leggett, Montgomery inauguration focus on the less fortunate

New Beginnings youth detention center faces crowding

D.C. Council consider raising taxes


Chicago Tribune

Emanuel's renter ends campaign

UIC mourns for student slain in Dolton

Police expand Taser use on Chicago streets


Philadelphia Inquirer

Pearl Harbor attack sparked Philadelphia-area industrial boom

Annette John-Hall: Professor finds it hard to keep silent on race

Christie administration blames Corzine on charters


Los Angeles Times

California's economy will pick up somewhat in 2011, forecasts say

Legislature called into special session

Parents hope to force sweeping changes at Compton school

UC Commission on Future issues final report

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