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Today in Black America - October 27

POSTED: October 27, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Black Voters’ Support for Obama Is Steady and Strong

Facing Hardship, Jobless Still Say They Have Hope

Democrats’ First Offer: Up to $3 Trillion for Debt

Romney Appears to Waver on Ohio Anti-Union Rules

Cain Touts Skills as Manager; Ex-Aides Describe Chaos

A City Where Campaign Posters Can Promote Past Arrests


An Occupy Wall Street March to Support Those in Oakland


The Star Ledger

NJEA: Extend tenure process by 1 year by adding 'residency' period

City teen arrested in beating and robbery of Newark high school student

Judge nixes Christie request to have N.J. judges contribute more toward pensions and benefits

ACLU says state is infringing on 1st Amendment rights of Trenton protesters

Union City police chief retires amid probe into his moonlighting work

Former Trenton employee sues Mayor Tony Mack alleging corruption, cronyism in hiring

Newark center for domestic abuse victims moves to permanent location


The Christian Science Monitor


Deficit-cutting 'super committee': Can it come up with a plan in time?

Tear gas and mayhem at Occupy Oakland: help or hindrance to the cause?

Student loan forgiveness and more: 5 ways Obama wants to ease student debt

Rick Perry calls debates a 'mistake,' but how can he avoid them?

Which GOP flat tax plan is fairest of them all?

Palestinian statehood bid adds urgency for Israeli-Palestinian peace



The Detroit Free Press

Romeo homeowner hunts for links to the Underground Railroad


State says it won't revoke teachers' licenses over evaluations

State, unions agree on 2-year contracts


Howard Wolpe: Legislator aided Michigan, Africa


The Washington Post


‘Supercommittee’ showing signs of life


Faith groups target ‘supercommittee’ on poverty


Can Herman Cain kick it up a notch?


Rick Perry: Obama is a citizen

Another shutdown deadline looms

Obama courts young voters

Obama unveils student loan relief plan in Denver campus appearance


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


APS awaits accreditation ruling

Metro jobless rate stuck at 10.3%

Cain had Georgia tax lien from 2006


Protesters leave jail, vow to continue



The Chicago Tribune


Pension abuse reform advances in Illinois House

City airport leader opposed to wage requirement measure


Occupy Chicago, anti-NATO/G8 protesters march on City Hall


CPS to use tougher standard for evaluating schools


The Los Angeles Times


State high court rejects challenges to redistricting

Gov. Brown to unveil 12-point pension overhaul

California leads nation in escalation of college costs

Cities debate how to remove Occupy camps


House GOP wants candidates to talk jobs

Democrats offer $3-trillion deficit deal


USA Today

Obama uses executive powers to bypass Congress


At last, honors for the first black Marines

GOP aims to become simpatico with Hispanics

Police flooded with tips on missing 5-year-old Ariz. girl



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Northeast Ohio suburbs lead state in ethnic diversity, Census numbers show

Shaker Heights campaign for better sports fields reflects sad economic and political reality: Mark Naymik

Teacher merit pay on the table in Cleveland schools negotiations


Study finds the Cuyahoga County justice system is not biased against black defendants





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