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Today in Black America - November 1

POSTED: November 01, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Cain Confronts Sexual Harassment Claim

Media Distrust May Shield Cain From the Right's Critiques


President Is ‘Tobacco Free,’ and ‘Fit at 50,’ Doctor Finds

Portraying the Face of Job Growth


Congress Questions the I.R.S. About Delays in Its Oversight of Nonprofit Hospitals

Tales From the Supercommittee

Lifelong Death Sentences


City Hall Admits Mishandling Technology Projects

Allegations of Exam-Tampering Soar

Cooper Union Looks at Charging Tuition



The Christian Science Monitor


Herman Cain: To sexual harassment allegations, add financial ones

Crosses on public land: Did Supreme Court leave legal issue in 'shambles'?


Supreme Court rebukes Ninth Circuit, again, in 'shaken baby' case

The Village Voice and the selling of children for sex on the Internet



The Star Ledger


Former Gov. Corzine's Wall Street firm under investigation; hundreds of millions of dollars in question

Parsippany mayor tells school board to cut superintendent's pay

Gov. Christie ready to help troubled Rutgers University athletic department

Last-minute partnership saves New Jersey After 3 program from shutdown

Gov. Christie to hold fundraiser for Mitt Romney in N.J.


The Washington Post


Cain calls harassment claims ‘baseless,’ says he’s the victim of a ‘witch hunt’

Fact Checker: Cain re-writes birth control history

Let Cain be gone

Va. Republicans condemn GOP e-mail with image of Obama shot in head


House pushes patriotism agenda

The $680 roadblock to citizenship

D.C. mayor feels vindicated by report



The Detroit Free Press


Rochelle Riley: Firing of Detroit airport CEO Mullin a jab at Wayne Co.'s Ficano

Detroit loses out on $9.2 million to help poor people


Cantor urges self-reliance, limited government in U-Michigan speech


Ex-employee sues Mullin, county over his firing

Greene's family loses one in court


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


APS educator hearings on hold

Board backs school chief's plan

El-Amin, others recogized by the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atl

Homeless shelter alleges conspiracy to shut it down



The Chicago Tribune


First of three CTA budget hearings to be held Wednesday

Cook County layoff notices go out

City Council hears about homeless cuts; librarians protest at mayor's office


'Sorrowing City' laments Chicago's slain children

CPS releases school-closing guidelines


Carolyn Towns, leader of burial-plot scheme at Burr Oak Cemetery, begins 12-year prison sentence



The Los Angeles Times

Compton in full financial meltdown

Suit demands teacher ratings be tied to student performance

New report warns shorter school year would hurt low-income, other students


The Baltimore Sun


City Council candidates still raising, spending for November

Debit card fees last straw for many

Transamerica workers begin move to updated downtown skyscraper


USA Today

Two more banks drop monthly debit card fees

Analysts: Slow response hurts Cain


Balanced budget proposals vary

'Occupy' movement puts police in quandary


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Republicans could be close to a deal with black Democrats on a new congressional map


Cuyahoga County absentee ballot applications down nearly a third

2 Cleveland schools employees put on leave for 'improper conduct' allegations


Low-income families must register this week for Salvation Army's holiday giveaway


The Houston Chronicle

Election manual includes Voter ID law before it's the law


Jailer shortage cited in inmate overcrowding




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