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Today in Black America - November 14

POSTED: November 14, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Deficit Panel Seeks to Defer Details on Raising Taxes

Health Law Puts Focus on Limits of Federal Power

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Shift to Campuses

‘Oops’ Moment Takes On a Life of Its Own

A Lifetime of Battling Athletic Bias

After a Romney Deal, Profits and Then Layoffs

Up for Debate: Foreign Policy and Obama

Cuomo Tries to Shore Up the Support of Minorities

The Christian Science Monitor

Republican debate highlights foreign policy differences

GOP debates will continue, but the real race is Obama vs. Romney

Officials crack down on Occupy Wall Street camps around the country

The Washington Post

Battle over regulation comes down to jobs

Obama administration to announce plan to expand health workforce

Gloom on debt panel is growing?

Ford’s Theatre bans Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Lincoln’ book

2010 health-care act prompts déjà vu of 1935 Supreme Court decision

Violence between female college students on the rise, authorities say

Pr. George’s council to vote Tuesday on zoning measure that could ban slots

Promoting health with nudges and nags

The Star Ledger

Shootings, stabbing mark bloody weekend in Newark

Sen. Robert Menendez has raised more than $10 million as 2012 election nears

Newark coalition strives to treat the weak and uninsured outside the ER

The Detroit Free Press

Killers steal lives of unintended victims, shatter the survivors

Private-school kids may get state aid to take college classes

Meet local journalists while helping a cause

Rochelle Riley: Joe Paterno could have done more with allegations of misconduct

Occupy Detroit protesters hoping for extension to stay in Grand Circus Park/

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Scholarship fund hits $50M cap

Atlanta scaled back debt risks — unlike Birmingham

Fulton high school beating raises new concerns about safety

Group launches Atlanta chapter to help homeless

The Chicago Tribune

Can Occupy protesters weather Chicago winter?

Sen. James Meeks won't run for re-election

Students double down now for future gains, savings

The Los Angeles Times

Little-known state board overturns employee terminations

GOP group files signatures for vote on California redistricting

USC enrolls the most international students in the nation

No Child Left Behind waiver could cost $2 billion, report says

USA Today

PSU won't be business as usual down stretch

Report: 522M people could have diabetes by 2030

Death spurs end of Occupy Burlington

'Occupy' movement faces challenge from violent fringe

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Youth violence is focus of Healthy Cleveland Initiative forum

Ohio teachers will be graded on students' academic growth

Cleveland to unveil new plan for lakefront development

Ohio lawmakers running out of time to cut congressional map deal

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