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Today in Black America - December 29

POSTED: December 29, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Terrain Shifts in Challenges to the Health Care Law

Rangel Starts Legal Defense Fund

Fire Leaves Eight Dead at Warehouse in Louisiana

New York Struggles as Blizzard’s Impact Chastens Bloomberg

For a Snow-Crippled City, a Morsel of Humble Pie From the Mayor

Answering Critics, Police Release Minor-Crime Data


Detroit Free Press

State offers to settle matter of Kwame Kilpatrick's misuse of campaign funds for $11,000

A look at the Kwame Kilpatrick campaign cash scandal

Detroit school to hold march honoring Dr. King

In Detroit, hundreds praise pastor who had compassion for all


The Christian Science Monitor

US house prices fall in October, set to tumble further still
 
Why police officer deaths rose 37 percent in 2010

Why Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie is taking on anti-Obama 'birthers'

Although film is on the rise in Africa, music still holds its own


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Habitual offender charged with murdering state trooper


Baltimore Sun

Kwanzaa ceremony celebrates heritage, community

UMBC students finish film about Haiti's resilience after earthquake


Chicago Tribune

The race for mayor: Davis asks Clinton to stay out of Emanuel campaign

Neighborhoods still working to close digital gap

South suburban school district's finances eyed again


Philadelphia Inquirer

Disappearance of industry leaves a wake of discouraged’ workers

Phila. state senators will give up raises
 
Phila. court seeks to make restitution with nearly $1 million found sitting in escrow
 
Law agencies pool resources under one roof to fight crime in Camden


Star Ledger

N.J. won't yet require students to pass biology test to graduate high school

In first year, Gov. Christie causes turbulence across N.J. education landscape

N.J. to get $8.8M in federal money for child health coverage

Time running out for N.J. towns, counties to apply for state grants


The Washington Post

Dem to Clinton: Butt out

Virginia texts filled with errors

Retiring senator spurs action on Indian issues

RNC Chairman Michael Steele to attend debate

Inmate suit can proceed: Judge

D.C.'s Ward 8 pins its hopes for economic improvement on Mayor-elect Gray


The Los Angeles Times

Recession altered migration, census shows

Brown's budget to confront parties, interest groups

Cities reconsider using accounting firm that audited Bell

A parody of therapy

We should have kept Davis






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