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Today in Black America - July 13

POSTED: July 13, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Beyond Guns: N.R.A. Expands Agenda

F.D.I.C. Gets More Power to Evaluate Banks’ Risk

Bid for Trophy Becomes a Test of Iroquois Identity

Automated Debt-Collection Lawsuits Engulf Courts

Outside the Casino

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's triumphs are also his weaknesses: Health care, stimulus, financial reform

Americans' top priority on illegal immigration: visa violators

Can an overloaded Congress get to immigration reform?

Six months after the Haiti earthquake, what progress?

Baltimore Sun

City Council president calls for review of rape investigations

Coaches, friends, family could not help John Crowder

Immigration debate comes to governor's race

Atlanta Journal Constitution

DeKalb teaching jobs outsourced to imported teachers

Minorities move into Forsyth

Back-to-school tax break expelled

Star Ledger

N.J. man who won Supreme Court ruling over DWI test language rules remains in prison

Ramapough Indian gets year in prison for assaulting N.J. park ranger in Mahwah

N.J. budget cuts free AIDS medication for 950 HIV-positive patients

Newark Public Library to host community meeting on service, budget cuts

Newark launches 'Super Healthy Summer' program in effort to fight child obesity

Newark seminar to explain landlord-tenant issues

Detroit Free Press

Mortgage aid calls crash system, 17,000 to qualify

Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick due in court today on 19 felonies

Regional news: Organization launches youth initiative to reduce gun violence

The Washington Post

Confidence in Obama reaches new low, Washington Post-ABC News poll finds

Republican senator says he backs birther lawsuits

NAACP to vote on controversial resolution condemning 'tea party' supporters

Labor unions pivot toward midterm elections with jobs campaign

No extension of unemployment benefits in sight for the long-term jobless

Hospital infection deaths caused by ignorance and neglect, survey finds

Education grants aim to bolster health-care ranks

Camp counselor who once lacked a role model has become one

Philadelphia Inquirer

Corbett's comments draws fire from jobless

Stalled local transit projects result in loss of federal funds

Chicago Tribune

Heated debate over proposed Islamic center in DuPage

Gun seekers must be patient for permit

Los Angeles Times

Controlling how people spend their welfare money? Easier said than done

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