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Today in Black America - September 15

POSTED: September 15, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Rangel Easily Defeats Five Primary Rivals

Paladino Stuns N.Y. G.O.P. With Victory

Senate Small Business Bill Advances

Suit on Health Care Bill Appears Likely to Advance

Inquiry Focuses on White House Role in Preserving Union Pensions at Delphi

For Blacks, Progress in Happiness

Study Finds Wider View of ‘Family’

Who’s the Con Man?

Baltimore Sun

O'Malley, Ehrlich ready for rematch

Bernstein holds narrow lead over Jessamy in city state's attorney race

Testimony before Senate panel calls for more oversight of crime stats, broader definition of rape

Judge denies city complaint tying Wells Fargo to blight

The Christian Science Monitor

Unlike last year, Obama's back-to-school speech avoids raucous flap

Mosque near ground zero and the tale of one Republican who backs it

Pentagon looks to save billions with smarter spending

Israeli-Palestinian talks in Egypt address key issues of conflict

Why Egypt seeks prominent role in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
Nigeria, poised for big growth, aims to be the next 'BRIC' country

Star Ledger

Gov. Christie outlines cuts to N.J. workers' pension, benefits

Proposed New Jersey public employees pensions, benefits changes

Attorney general, Essex County prosecutor to review Newark police internal affairs

N.J. lawmakers consider options for New Jersey Network after first public hearing

N.J. Supreme Court considers allowing man to sue ex-state senator over placing expunged drug record on fliers

Committee begins collecting signatures to recall Jersey City mayor

Detroit Free Press

Recalling an African American migration that remade America

Kilpatrick's status conference delayed to January

Judge: Filing to be public in Tamara Greene case

Bobby Ferguson ties denied, records say

Bing, Detroit begin crafting city's future with community meetings

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Marietta plan would create health clinic for city's workers

Carter expresses frustration at some U.S. diplomatic moves

The Washington Post

How Adrian Fenty lost his reelection bid for D.C. mayor

Gray defeats Fenty as voters choose conciliatory approach over brash tactics

Eleanor Holmes Norton wins Democratic primary for D.C. delegate

Kwame Brown handily defeats Orange in primary contest for council chairman's spot

Rushern Baker holds lead in Prince George's county executive race

Mixed reactions to civil rights photographer's FBI ties

Philadelphia Inquirer

'Dream big,' Obama tells Philadelphia students

Rendell 'appalled' by state's tracking of activists

Philadelphia-area schools gain in math, reading tests

New South Phila. High principal faces daunting challenges with confidence

Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidates advocate school-vouchers bill at forum

Why is Nutter silent on the PHA controversy?

Chicago Tribune

Could Meeks inherit City Hall?

Weis, police union friction grows

How stories, true or not, drive politics

Los Angeles Times

After Brown's gaffe, Bill Clinton offers his endorsement

Kamala Harris kept campaign money from disgraced fundraiser

A plan to save public education by abandoning it

Reggie Bush gives up 2005 Heisman Trophy

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