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Today in Black America - November 7

POSTED: November 07, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Weighing Pentagon Cuts, Panetta Faces Deep Pressures


The Fight Over Jobs

Is Obama Toast? Handicapping the 2012 Election


The Problem With Flat-Tax Fever

Can Anyone Really Create Jobs?

Cain ‘Back on Message,’ if His Rivals Will Allow It

National Study Finds Widespread Sexual Harassment of Students in Grades 7 to 12


The Christian Science Monitor

Sexual harassment charges continue to dog Herman Cain

Teflon candidate? Herman Cain poll numbers remain high, despite controversy.

Ohio voters to decide bargaining rights for public employees

Abortion referendum in Mississippi would redefine 'personhood'



The Washington Post


Romney the most electable, but many Republicans still hesitant, poll finds

Monday Fix: Obama still has a map to victory

The GOP’s very strange campaign

Editorial: The looming threat facing our military

Finding flaws in HUD’s accounting

Wall Street’s resurgent prosperity frustrates its claims, and Obama’s

Schools confront ‘gifted gap’ among students

Md.’s O’Malley sees more unified party ahead of last 2011 gubernatorial races


O’Malley defends Obama in CNN appearance


Tuesday forecast for Virginia’s election: High stakes, low turnout



The Star Ledger


15-year-old killed in Newark after crashing stolen vehicle into barrier

N.J. utility customers could see increased fees after Irene, October nor'easter bust budgets

Newark officials unveil $50M energy-saving plan for 10,000 housing authority units


In red-blue N.J., a few towns have the power to swing elections

N.J. judge OKs suit seeking gay marriages over civil unions

Corzine's resignation from troubled Wall Street firm caps week of high drama and swift failure


The Detroit Free Press


University of Michigan debate over unionizing research assistants could affect students statewide

Mitt Romney rakes in Michigan cash, gives back

Obama campaign opening 2 offices in Michigan today

Arthur L. Johnson: Civil rights champion's legacy lives on

Aretha Franklin honored in Cleveland tribute

1st black Marines may soon get Congressional Gold Medal


Rochelle Riley: How much will Tuesday's election matter?



The Baltimore Sun


Frostburg student, a Poly graduate, is fatally stabbed at off-campus party

Voters to decide on Baltimore schools fund, council age

Baltimore West Side's story: A new approach to development


Hopkins gets $10 million to fight infections from colon surgery


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Terror case stirs sleepy Toccoa

US wealth gap is widest ever

More Atlanta protesters arrested


Mayor's brother quits amid probe

Old guard of civil rights movement mentoring Occupy Atlanta


The Chicago Tribune


Preckwinkle backs off tax on unincorporated residents

15-year-old charged with killing grandmother, a Chicago police officer, after she yelled at him about skipping school

Spending gap between state's rich, poor schools is vast

More Illinois lawmakers opposing legislative scholarships

State declines to investigate vast majority of hospital complaints


The Los Angeles Times


Focus on test scores may drive teachers to cheat

Organizers hope South L.A. healthcare initiative expands

Presidents are bowing out at some Cal State schools


Shaking up the status quo in L.A. schools


USA Today

Occupy protests draw eclectic mix across U.S.

Obama's economic policies faring better in Europe

U.S. wealth gap between young and old is widest ever

Billionaire N.Y. mayor grapples with Wall Street protest


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Charter schools draw students and money from high-ranking suburban districts


The complex landscape of Ohio charter schools


Richmond Heights superintendent suspended by school board


The Houston Chronicle

Kay Bailey Hutchison says Rick Perry “was very brutal” to her two years ago, and she’s not retreating from her criticism of him







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