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Today in Black America - July 22

POSTED: July 22, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

With Apology, Fired Official Is Offered a New Job

Obama Faces New Doubts on Pursuing Afghan War

Republicans Form Caucus for Tea Party in the House

Senate Democrats’ Plan to Aid Small Businesses Hits G.O.P. Resistance

Prosecutor’s 2006 Firing Won’t Result in Charges

Critics Assail U.S. Plan to Settle With KeySpan

Faster Than a Speeding Blog

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore police face officer shortage

Md. infant mortality rate hits new low, but racial disparities remain

Council to debate plan to pay living wage of $10.59 in city

Two downtown hotel developments going to the auction block

The Christian Science Monitor

Zimbabweans flee South Africa as xenophobic violence flares
Financial reform law: What's in it and how does it work?

Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan wins second GOP vote: Richard Lugar

Get tough on Hugo Chávez, GOP senators tell Hillary Clinton

Detroit Free Press

Warren Evans ousted as Detroit police chief by mayor

Why did Chief Warren Evans have to go?

Style got Evans hired -- but choices got him fired

Kwame Kilpatrick gets out of isolation in Milan prison

Star Ledger

Ex-South Harrison mayor sues authorities for not investigating tussle with officer

Gov. Christie pledges to turn Atlantic City casino district into 'Las Vegas East'

Christie's gaming industry proposal divides North, South Jersey legislators

ACLU, gay rights groups call for 'thorough' investigation into fatal shooting of Atlanta CEO

Gov. Christie says projection of $10.5B shortfall for next year is 'fake'

Teens charged in Summit beating death

Sea Isle City to pay $500K in discrimination lawsuit settlement

Newark Mayor Cory Booker announces 4-day work week for non-uniformed city workers

Millburn responds to residents on fair housing case

Atlanta Journal Constitution

DeKalb spokeswoman calls CEO shooting ‘murder,' angers local police

Metro Atlanta unemployment jumps to 10.3 percent

Sherrod video: Misleading and partisan, some say, but libelous?

Former gang members, crime victims create youth safety net

The Washington Post

Fired USDA official receives apologies from White House, Vilsack

The Obama team's image of steely resolve gets a bit tarnished

How the White House veered off message on Shirley Sherrod

Putting the 'tea' in GOP?

RNC failed to report $3 million in debt; Steele aide accused of obstruction

D.C. Summer Youth Employment Program has fewer payday glitches this year

D.C. flap over dwindling election panel

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia's top charter school administrator resigns

Philadelphia police, facing budget cuts, move shift times to fight crime

Kevin Riordan: Camden's planned library budget cuts say a lot about budget cutting

District Justice David J. Murphy given probation in election-petition forgeries

Chicago Tribune

Daley pays pollster, political adviser

Chicago neighborhoods foundering in wave of foreclosures

Judge rules to put Crenshaw back on the ballot

Why Blagojevich skipped the stand

A teahouse divided

Los Angeles Times

L.A. County sheriff's deputies thwarted bar code system to avoid doing jail rounds

Bell's neighbors no strangers to public corruption

Fiorina would ordinarily be a long shot in California

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