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Today in Black America - January 13

POSTED: January 13, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

PACs’ Aid Allows Romney’s Rivals to Extend Race

Some Good Economic News, but Will It Last?


Obama Raised $42 Million in Last Quarter, Far More Than G.O.P. Rivals

Republicans Asked to Bash Obama, Not One Another

Evangelicals Hope South Carolina or Florida Winnows Republican Field

Editorial: Back to the Robber Barons

Uneasy Neighbors in a Southern Gothic Tale


Vow to Fight Police Misconduct Faces Skepticism

Bloomberg Backs Effort to Raise Minimum Wage

Mayor Takes On Teachers’ Union in School Plans


The Christian Science Monitor


Have conservatives finally stopped looking for the Romney alternative?

How video of Marines urinating on Taliban could put US forces in danger


US Chamber sees limp economy, high unemployment rate in election year


Did Haley Barbour overlook Mississippi constitution before mass pardon? (+video)



The Star Ledger


Essex County official to seek ability to perform background checks on potential jurors

Gov. Christie signs bill allowing private companies to build schools in needy areas


Gov. Christie will consider raising N.J.'s minimum wage


$725M Essex County budget to raise taxes on average homeowner by $70 a year

N.J. lawmakers look to extend gambling into Bergen County


N.J. officials tell 200 school board members to step down after failing to complete background check


The Detroit Free Press

Detroit City Council investigates $24.1-million no-bid Head Start contract

Detroit Public Schools emergency manager sued for ending office space leases

No-nonsense Judge Prentis Edwards has seen it all in long career


Federal appeals court refuses to vacate convictions of former Detroit mayoral candidate Tom Barrow


The Washington Post

Romney blunts attacks on business record


Manufacturing jobs are coming back


More older Americans are working

Candidates who fail to connect often fail to win: Will Romney follow suit?

DOJ: Cordray move constitutional


Forum at GWU offers tough love for Obama


Sales tax talk upsets Md. legislature


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Gov. hints at biggest project since Kia

29 Ga. Food Lion stores to close

Lawmakers urged to reform Fulton's tax system



The Chicago Tribune


Bill would let people record audio of cops


Preckwinkle not backing down on illegal immigrant criminal cases

Cook County nonprofit ousts besieged leader

School free-lunch program dogged by abuses at CPS

CPS releases guidelines for longer school day


The Los Angeles Times


Open U.S. House races may weaken Calif. clout

Legislators seek to help cities losing redevelopment agencies


More out-of-state, foreign students apply to UC schools



USA Today


Foreclosure reviews to take longer than expected


Memorial gives focal point for MLK events


Mich. billionaire, 84, jailed over bridge dispute

S.C. voters focused on economy



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland schools encouraging students to seek financial aid for college


Ohio lawmakers file U.S. Supreme Court brief supporting health reform law

'White Only' swimming pool sign violated girl's civil rights, panel says

Mayor Frank Jackson names new chief of sustainability





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