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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Line Grows Long for Free Meals at U.S. Schools

Police Clear Occupy Encampments in Two Cities

Cain, Support Eroding, Weighs Dropping Bid

Gingrich Boosted Clients, Not Just Ideas

Support for Tea Party Falls in Strongholds, Polls Show

Obama Is Facing a Replay of ’08 Hurdles in ‘Hillary Country,’ Pa.

2nd Bribe Case for Lawmaker Just Acquitted

National Report Praises School-Choice System for New York City Students

Key Witness Inconsistent During Trial of Official

The Christian Science Monitor

Herman Cain 'reassessment': What will his voters do if he drops out?

Rising child poverty rates could be a 'taste' of what's ahead

Absent a super committee, now who'll lean on Congress to cut US deficit?

'Propofol madness': Conrad Murray gets 4 years for Michael Jackson death

The Star Ledger

N.J. father arrested, charged with murder of 2-year-old daughter found dead in stream

Critics blast Port Authority for changing position on how toll hike money will be spent

Court dismisses nearly 40 cases after Vineland cop lies under oath

Gov. Christie attending Republican Governors Association conference in Orlando

N.J. lawmakers finalize rules governing medical marijuana program

The Detroit Free Press

At EMU, Kwame Kilpatrick talks second chances, blasts news media

Snyder to unveil plan to better match jobs, skills

Bing says Detroit can pull through financial crisis on its own

Detroit City Council schedules time to hear unions' thrifty ideas

GOP plan would offer heat bill aid

The Washington Post

Cain rethinking his 2012 ambitions

Lawmakers try to slip in hundreds of earmarks

Keystone State is key battleground for Obama

With 5 weeks till Iowa, urgency rises

A long night’s wait for affordable housing

Va. gov. to end 2 agencies, 19 boards

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Shelter fights for survival

Jailer admits to corruption

UGA: Georgia's job recovery still years away

Emory Healthcare teams up with CVS walk-in clinics

The Los Angeles Times

Police load protesters onto buses headed for jail

Individual L.A. schools gain new autonomy

Individual Los Angeles schools gain new autonomy

The Chicago Tribune

Charters struggling like other CPS schools

Emanuel denies records on fees, cameras

Illinois lawmakers approve budget changes to avoid facility closures

Former alderman appointed Cook County judge

USA Today

Balanced budget amendment push sparks debate

FAMU hazing persisted despite suspensions, probes

Medicare to pay for obesity prevention

Colleges' latest thrust in learning: Video games

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Multifaith coalition urges Cleveland schools to restore programs

Ohio schools only Excellent at meeting the minimum, state superintendent says

State Sen. Nina Turner confirms: 'I'm in this race' to face U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge (updated)

Councilman wants to save building CSU wants to raze: Higher Education

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