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Today in Black America - September 1

POSTED: September 01, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Moves Jobs Speech After Skirmish With Boehner

Huntsman Urges Stripping Deductions From Tax Code

Solar Firm Aided by Federal Loans Shuts Doors


In Reversal, Hearing for Zuma Rival to Continue in Johannesburg

Storm May Cost New York $1 Billion, Cuomo Says

River, at 100-Year High, Ravages a City That Once Thrived on It


The Christian Science Monitor

Mitt Romney's tough call: Court the tea party to counter Perry surge?

Obama says Congress will kill jobs if highway funds aren't extended


Back to school: Are we leaving gifted students behind?


The Washington Post

GOP forces Obama to reschedule jobs speech

Company touted by Obama goes under


Black caucus member stands by tea party remark

No winners in the debt-limit fight


Bittersweet end to page program

15 vie to succeed Leslie Johnson

D.C. parent centers close

‘Why can I see your underwear, son?’


The Star Ledger

President Obama declares N.J. a disaster area as residents continue to deal with Hurricane Irene's impact

President Obama to visit Paterson to survey Hurricane Irene damage

Report: N.J. not staffed to handle a crisis

Jersey City will require 1,700 retirees to switch health benefits unless they pay extra; City Council passes ordinance 5 to 4

N.J. revenue figures closer to Democrats' estimates than Gov. Chris Christie's

N.J. unions, public workers sue to stop pension, benefits overhaul

Tea party lawsuit challenging new N.J. legislative district map is dismissed



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Hartsfield-Jackson eyes expansion

New Grady CEO faces heat over review


Audit finds 85 Atlanta police officers without mandatory training


Hosea Feed The Hungry may lose religious tax break



The Baltimore Sun

Candidate Rolley battles City Hall over wife's pay for leave

Curfew center targets roving teens to prevent 'flash robs'

Alonso first-day school tour sets tone for year of academic focus

Still no power in many neighborhoods

Phylicia Barnes' family 'deeply concerned' about case's progress

Confidence level plunges, driven in part by political bickering


The Chicago Tribune

Emanuel police cuts push draws criticism

Emanuel wants 'ideas, not insults' at second town hall meeting

Black, Latino aldermen press Quinn to sign casino bill


CPS sued over teachers pension shortfall



The Los Angeles Times


State Senate OKs college aid for illegal immigrants

State moves to limit cities' ability to impound cars


At his charter school, ex-UTLA head would target tenure

L.A. Unified raises API score but fails to hit U.S. targets


USA Today

Jobs plan may include school repairs

More cracks possible in Washington Monument

Irene's historic damage may not be insured


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Ohio treasurer's office new salary database crashes, 300 searches a minute in first day

Northeast Ohio municipal officials in battle with Gov. John Kasich

Democratic state lawmakers ask U.S. Justice Department to be aware of Cuyahoga County absentee ballot dispute







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