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Today in Black America - November 4

POSTED: November 04, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Bleak Portrait of Poverty Is Off the Mark, Experts Say

Putting Millionaires Before Jobs


For a Close Aide to Herman Cain, Scrutiny Comes on Two Fronts

Woman Said to Have Felt Hostility at Work After Complaining About Cain


G.O.P. Senators’ Letter Clouds Talks on Deficit

Union Reversal on Givebacks Averts 3,500 Layoffs by State

School Has a Charter, Students and a Strong Opponent: Its District

Demonstrators Test Mayor, a Backer of Wall St. and Free Speech


The Christian Science Monitor

Herman Cain allegations: Is he taking a page from the Clinton playbook?


What happens if deficit super committee fails? Maybe nothing.

Is Occupy Oakland undermining its own message with violence? (VIDEO)

Cuba legalizes private real estate transactions


The Star Ledger


2 Elizabeth 'whistle-blowers' say school district is targeting workers who exposed lunch-subsidy abuses

Lots of wrangling, but no resolution on Sheila Oliver's fate

New Brunswick police speak out for first time on cops' fatal shooting of city man

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack recall effort remains 2,800 signatures short with 12 days remaining


The Washington Post

Senate blocks $60B infrastructure plan, another part of Obama’s jobs bill

Oct. jobs report expected to show slow growth


For Cain, some troubles as trade group’s leader

Romney nomination not so inevitable

DNC hits Romney on ‘personhood’ bill

John Boehner calls Grover Norquist ‘some random person in America’

Currie attorney assails prosecution


Glenn Ivey officially running to unseat Edwards


Mortgage caps block D.C. home buyers



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

State pushes college mergers

City of Atlanta investigating Reed's brother over traffic stop, driver's license

Georgia grads owe $19K after college

Citizen Review Board head resigns


Prosecutor: IRS cheat preyed on the homeless, inmates


The Detroit Free Press

Gripped by scandal, Wayne County executive Robert Ficano cleans house


New Wayne County deputy Jeffrey Collins is low-key but highly regarded

Dave Bing: Emergency manager threat for Detroit is real


City of Detroit building official charged with stealing funds to use for church


Rally addresses youth obesity issue in Detroit


The Chicago Tribune

Occupy Chicago protesters interrupt Wisconsin governor's speech here


Mayor lashes out at Occupy Wall Street protesters


Union to announce deal with CPS on longer school day

Prosecutors vacate charges for 5 who served years for rape, killing of 14-year-old girl


The Los Angeles Times


GOP blocks another piece of Obama's jobs plan

House to investigate Rep. Laura Richardson

Herman Cain's former colleagues recall different sides to him


$150-million gift to Stanford aimed at reducing poverty



USA Today

Hotels resist Republican convention's request

Obama has a jobs deficit -- like Reagan did

Cain: Perry campaign only possible source

Cain goes after detractors on radio



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

New congressional map rolled out: Kucinich on the outs, Democrats balk at quick vote

George Forbes surprised black state lawmakers did not accept new congressional map





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