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Today in Black America - October 25

POSTED: October 25, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Perry Looks Outside His Circle to Boost Campaign

Lectern Gone, Romney Finds More Success

Expansion of Mortgage Program Is Limited in Scope

Outside Cleveland, Snapshots of Poverty’s Surge in the Suburbs

Screen Time Higher Than Ever for Children

Back Home, a Mayor’s Sparkle Has Begun to Dim

College Readiness Is Lacking, City Reports Show

Police Trial Begins for Officers in Bell Shooting; Two Offer to Retire

Upset at Cuomo’s Property-Tax Cap, Communities Move to Get Around It

The Christian Science Monitor

Herman Cain: How the recent Web buzz fits this year's GOP pattern.

Home Affordable Refinance Program: A lifeline to 'underwater' borrowers?

Obama looks to bypass Congress with help for homeowners, students

Confederate license plate bid in Texas: How should Rick Perry respond?

The Star Ledger

Poll: Unemployment and taxes top list of N.J. residents' concerns

NJEA puts weight behind select few on ballot

N.J. environmental group asks feds to release ratings of toxic sites

Ex-Essex County Prosecutor Clifford Minor sentenced to federal prison for jailhouse plot

Warrant vacated for the arrest of Roselle mayor

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack agrees to deal with state for $22M in transitional aid

PolitiFact N.J.: Cory Booker cites 'startling' Newark shooting statistic

The Detroit Free Press

Rochelle Riley: To fix Detroit region, women's voices must be heard

Ex-mayor Kilpatrick's frat brother targeted in pension fund probe

The Washington Post

Rick Perry launches version 2.0 of campaign

Herman Cain and abortion: Flip-Flop-Flip?

Cain’s bizarre Web ad: Is it real?

Government announces program to help ‘underwater’ homeowners

Why a debt ‘supercommittee’ success might still be a failure

Black-majority seats at stake in 2012

The Chicago Tribune

Preckwinkle calls for tax hikes, layoffs

Lawmakers weigh tax breaks for business

Chicago library cuts could affect job-seekers and children

CPS may extend longer-day incentives to charter schools

Cook judge appointed by state high court lives in Will County, in violation of law

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Less-black Ward 5 an issue for Marietta

Atlanta high schools broke rules

Reed to revoke Occupy permission

APD steps up presence in Woodruff Park

Imaging project at King Center will preserve papers, broaden audience

The Los Angeles Times

Charlie Sifford broke barriers, remained true

Ballot tampering alleged in San Francisco mayoral election

USA Today

Economy sluggish, but recession worries fade

Changes would help underwater homeowners

Shuttlesworth hailed as fearless crusader

Obama calls Congress 'dysfunctional'

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland asks for a review of police policy on use of force

Cleveland school board will vote on $13 million in cuts

New plan for selling tax liens in Cuyahoga County is making supporters of skeptics

Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney to rally Ohio GOP in Cincinnati area Tuesday

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