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The New York Times

Major Changes Likely to Last in Health Care Ruling

Health Reform and the Supreme Court

As Campaign Grinds On, Romney’s Team Prepares for Obama

Cain Stumbles in Assessing Foreign Policy

Students Lose Enthusiasm for Aiding Obama Again


Police Clear Camp at Zuccotti Park


Occupy Movement Could Declare 'Victory' and Scale Back Camps, Founder Suggests


Fund-Raising by City Comptroller Is Investigated

Cuomo Sees Budget Gaps This Year and Next


The Christian Science Monitor


Both Dems, GOP pleased: Supreme Court taking up Obama health-care law

GOP polls: Newt Gingrich surges as Cain slips. Is he the real anti-Romney?


Ten days left: Is deficit 'super committee' feeling heat of public opinion?


Penn State: If Joe Paterno hasn't been charged, why did he hire a lawyer?


The Star Ledger

N.J. 2012 presidential campaign donations nearly even between President Obama, GOP candidates

Sources: State Police Supt. Rick Fuentes losing support of largest union

In Facebook chat, Gov. Christie discusses education reform, GOP chances to top Obama in 2012


The Detroit Free Press

Detroit neighborhoods push back against criminals

Even in the most violent areas, Detroiters cultivate a sense of community


Mayor Dave Bing: 'It's all about intervention. You've got to touch people.'

Without cuts, Detroit runs out of cash by April


Kwame Kilpatrick's new home is bigger than the Manoogian Mansion


The Washington Post


Second look at war savings and debt reduction


Precedents in the health-care challenge

Infographic: How the law got to the high court

Can anyone here make a deal?


’Supercommittee': Three possible outcomes

Metro job fair targets veterans


D.C. spending bill has an asterisk

Sniping reemerges over school funding


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Prefiling of bills begins for 2012 Legislature

Georgia to host GOP debate

Grady chief: Patients are safe


The Los Angeles Times


UC regents cancel meeting, cite threats

Deadlines loom large for congressional deficit committee

Vigilance is powerful for the parents of teenagers

Boy bullied over Middle Eastern heritage, parents say



The Chicago Tribune


Chicago has shed 10,000 city jobs in a decade

2012 cuts to trim city workforce again

CTU president apologizes to Arne Duncan

Preckwinkle's budget on track for easy approval


CPS closing South Loop gifted program


USA Today


Charity chief resigns amid Penn State scandal

Pedophiles infiltrate respected institutions to find victims

Obama: Recovery will 'take a few more years'

Minn. town to replace police with private security force



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Mayor Frank Jackson tries to change history with lakefront plan

Cleveland charter school, now closed, can't account for thousands in public dollars

East Cleveland man who shot 3 sons scheduled to die today

Ohio Democrats need 10,000 more valid signatures for elections bill repeal vote





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