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Today in Black America - January 3

POSTED: January 03, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

On Eve of First Voting of ’12, a Last Pitch in Iowa

Panetta to Offer Strategy for Cutting Military Budget

New Laws Now Evaluated by Job Creation

For 2012, Signs Point to Tepid Consumer Spending


The Rules on News Coverage Are Clear, but the Police Keep Pushing

Nowhere to Go, Patients Linger in Hospitals, at a High Cost


The Christian Science Monitor


What Iowa caucuses mean for Democrats

Election 101: How an Iowa GOP caucus works

Minimum wage milestone: Why Washington State surpassed $9 an hour


The Iraq war death toll? At least 162,000 and counting


The Star Ledger

N.J. Attorney General Paula Dow leaves office after nearly 2 stressful, sometimes frustrating, years


State oversight of East Orange finances gets lifted

Senate panel to consider Gov. Christie's choice for N.J. attorney general

Former Giants linebacker Harry Carson considers run for Congress


Casino development group seeking ideas on how to revitalize Atlantic City

N.J. sets up website to provide nonprofits with information



The Detroit Free Press

Grand juries: A vital tool or in need of reform?

Hundreds rally against possible Detroit takeover

DPS offering free shots this week


We will do what must be done, Detroit financial review board says


The Washington Post

Who’s in charge: Candidates or party?


Ron Paul’s secret weapon: Rand


Romney has ‘hill to climb’ to reach conservatives


Chief justice defends court’s ethics


Former Rep. Artur Davis talks party-switching

Cost overrun tops $1B for Navy’s new carrier

Tough odds for Pr. George’s slots

A push for more affordable housing



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nonprofits help needy get food stamps

Group plans breakfast to discuss quality education


Parents weigh in on APS redistricting



The Chicago Tribune


President Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 to raise campaign cash

Armed with impressive resume, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson faces tall order



The Los Angeles Times

Villaraigosa delays $100 million in personnel costs

Working class reflects challenge for Obama


Small cases are big business in California courtrooms


Students sample the large shelf of California literature

Spanish unlocks doors to other languages in Cal State program


USA Today


Record gun checks, sales for Christmas

FAMU to create anti-hazing committee

Gov. Cuomo condemns NYC firebombings



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

GOP primary campaign to shift quickly to courting Ohio voters: Analysis

Literacy today means more than reading, writing and a high school diploma, report says


President Barack Obama to return to Shaker Heights with a different outlook on Congress





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