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Today in Black America - August 11

POSTED: August 11, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Financial Turmoil Evokes Comparison to 2008 Crisis

Where Will Growth Come From?

6 Republicans Named to Deficit Reduction Panel

Hispanic Organizations Give Obama and Congress a C

Subsidies and Suspicion

Filing Challenge to Census, City Says 50,000 Weren’t Counted in 2 Boroughs

Assemblyman’s Vehicle Is Hit by Gunfire in Brooklyn, but He Is Unharmed

2nd Ex-Officer in Rape Case Is Sentenced for Misconduct

The Detroit Free Press

Michigan governor, attorney general seek changes in proposed Detroit city charter

Macomb County finding ways to cut costs for future budgets

Detroiter charged in 3-year-old's July killing by a stray bullet

Judge rules Kilpatrick must pay state after paying city debts

Mayor Dave Bing tells fellows that Detroit could be on verge of greatness

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

NAACP joins Fayette lawsuit

Tyler Perry starting own cable channel

AJC's Tucker takes UGA post

The Baltimore Sun

Economy may bring new struggles for Baltimore housing market

Annapolis teen pleads guilty in death of 2-year-old girl

Youth issues the focus of latest city mayoral candidate forum

City fire academy inquiry finds no 'systemic' cheating

City school system grapples with high rate of principal turnover

The Christian Science Monitor

For Wisconsin Democrats, recall of Gov. Scott Walker would be tall order

Who really won Wisconsin recall elections?

London riots push British leaders to approve harsher police tactics

The Star Ledger

Gov. Chris Christie won't rule out toll hikes on Port Authority bridges and tunnels

Plainfield gang member convicted of targeting Latinos in assaults, robberies

Camden's police director resigns one month into job

Atlantic City casino revenues fall 6.5 percent in July

Poll: Obama's approval rating falls eight points among N.J. voters

The Chicago Tribune

Chicago schools face questions over plan to cut programs, raise taxes

City would pay Daley's legal bills in Burge case

Failing Chicago State students got state financial grants

County may retake some health system duties

The Los Angeles Times

Audit questions millions in L.A. community college spending

Club Digital seeks to link Latinos and the Web

Major bank execs tell investors it's not 2008 all over again

The Washington Post

Poll: Government gloom spreads

Democrats want a bolder Obama

White House honors Muslim Americans at dinner

First black Secret Service agent dies at 82

A seasoned deficit ‘supercommittee’

Right Turn: Conservatives who could make a deal

Wal-Mart to fund D.C. job training

D.C. residents can get exclusive tours

USA Today

Census tracks 20 years of sweeping change

Obama has lunch with campaign volunteers

Americans' message on joint debt panel: Let's make a deal

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland schools will recall 365 laid-off teachers to work for at least 30 days

Low-income Cleveland families scrambling to find help buying needed school uniforms, supplies

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