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Today in Black America - January 24

POSTED: January 24, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Republicans to Oppose Obama’s Spending Plans


President, Rebounding, Gives Opponents Pause

Verbal Sparring Over Potential Senate Vote on Health Care

Public Universities Relying More on Tuition Than State Money

Mortgage Giants Leave Legal Bills to the Taxpayers

The Competition Myth

The White House Looks for Work

Unlikely Allies Fight Cuomo’s Plan for Property Tax Cap


Detroit Free Press

Terror unfolds in precinct; police shot, gunman killed

Rochelle Riley: King's dream lives in those who still hope


The Christian Science Monitor

State of the Union: Will Obama's push to the center appeal to the left?


A 'state of the union' fight ahead over US government spending


Four hot-button issues Republicans will target next

Obama launches new push for US jobs, tapping GE's Immelt to help

A bipartisan recipe for American competitiveness

As Ivory Coast's Gbagbo holds firm, 'blood diamonds' flow for export


Atlanta Journal Constitution

APS to vote on probation report


APD brass rebuked for bar raid

Lawmaker's remark draws fire


Star Ledger

Bob Braun: Calculating the difference in charter schools

PENewark to launch second education reform survey

U.S. awards $275K grant for Mentoring Children of Prisoners program in 3 N.J. counties

Tea party group wants in on N.J. redestricting process, seeks to end incumbent shoo-ins


Philadelphia Inquirer

Verna likely will not seek a 10th term

Annette John-Hall: Mothers in Charge seeks to ease female inmates' return to freedom


Chicago Tribune

Worrisome trends at schools


Mayoral candidates raced to raise funds before new state limits kicked in


Emanuel's transit goals mirror Daley's

Obama gets up off the canvas


The Baltimore Sun

Maryland lawmakers get personal

For older, out-of-work residents, employment future looks grim


The Washington Post

Obama could survive some bumps on road to 2012 reelection

With an eye to 2012, a clash on debt, spending

Allen set to run for Senate


Cantor won't call birthers 'crazy'


Political breach of faith in N.Y.

In another nod to gays, feds tackle housing bias

Librarian at D.C.'s Ballou High scrambles for books


The Los Angeles Times

Proposed state laws aim to prevent Bell-type scandals

Gunfire shatters a new sense of calm


Judge OKs settlement that limits use of seniority in L.A. teacher layoffs



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