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Today in Black America - January 11

POSTED: January 11, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Romney Wins G.O.P. Primary in New Hampshire

Ron Paul Finishes Second in New Hampshire

Editorial: The Republican Contest


In South Carolina, Challenges Await on Ideology and Faith

As Romney Advances, Private Equity Becomes Part of the Debate


Payment Set for Those Sterilized in Program


Questions Swirl Over What Led to Florida Drum Major’s Death

High Court Reverses Conviction in Killings

Bronx Surrogate Judge, Facing Discipline, Defends Himself



The Christian Science Monitor

How Mitt Romney's GOP foes are doing Obama's work for him

Lawyer makes startling argument in Supreme Court hearing on FCC

Stampede at university highlights South Africa's education shortage

Work, reimagined: Detroit gets creative



The Star Ledger

N.J. Assemblyman Alex DeCroce remembered as 'old-school legislator' who was able to work across party lines

N.J. court reverses conviction of former state employee who printed racist fliers at work

State Sen. Barbara Buono is removed as chair of committee by Stephen Sweeney


Atlantic City reports monthly revenue increase from first time in more than 3 years


Assemblywoman-elect barred from N.J. legislature on grounds she did not meet residency requirement

A month after police kill Garfield man in confrontation, officials, clergy urge patience as more protests are planned


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Board settles suit with NAACP


Firm facing suit in FAMU death

Georgia regents OK college mergers


Hundreds line up in Atlanta for mortgage help



The Chicago Tribune


Aldermen suggest library workers give up raises to avoid cuts

Quinn increases tax credit for working poor

Governor vows to take on pension reform to boost credit rating

Public guardian: CEDA chief defaults on repaying his former secretary



The Los Angeles Times


L.A. assesses costs of shuttering redevelopment agency

Brown tax hike plan may bring in less than estimated

One bullet shatters a family and a Sun Valley neighborhood


The Washington Post


Paul is second, Huntsman third as GOP race now moves to South Carolina

Conservative activists see S.C. as last best hope of stopping Mitt Romney


How Mitt Romney won New Hampshire

Justices consider FCC power to monitor airwaves


Proposed green card act proves divisive


O’Malley’s promise of job creation might mean tough votes in General Assembly


Diversity among OPM chief’s top goals



USA Today


Analysis: Time running short to stop Romney

Appeals court blocks Oklahoma ban on sharia law

Family to sue owner of bus where FAMU student died

N.C. panel: Sterilization victims should get $50K



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Summer of Sisterhood program stresses literacy, self-confidence among girls


Cleveland loses $2 million for removing lead from houses

Sherrod Brown's attendance record? He's had few misses


HIV positive man sentenced for infecting 3 women






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