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Today in Black America - October 12

POSTED: October 12, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Offering Donors Secrecy, and Going on Attack

Obama Pushes Transportation Spending

A Foreclosure Tightrope for Democrats

Supreme Court to Consider Vaccine Case

Tangled Tale of American Found in Afghanistan

So Utterly Inhumane


The Christian Science Monitor

Tea party convergence: Big boost for Republicans in Election 2010

GOP buying Election 2010 with foreign cash? What Obama's talking about.

Could you pass a US citizenship test?


Baltimore Sun

O'Malley, Ehrlich square off in first debate

Baltimore Sun Fact Check: Ehrlich-O'Malley debate

City police commanders meet to address weekend violence that left seven dead


Star Ledger

Gov. Christie's job approval rating improves to 51 percent

N.J. mayors seek bigger share of utility tax revenue

Newark Mayor Cory Booker's school reforms may not improve student performance, study says


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Suit alleges Bishop Long defaulted on property

Regents consider new policies concerning illegal immigrants, engineering degrees

Obama looks to mayors -- including Atlanta's Reed -- for help with transportation package


The Philadelphia Inquirer

Huge Penna. affirmative action fraud unfolds over 15 years

Annette John-Hall: Rallying in Philadelphia with the president

Camden's surge in community gardening


The Washington Post

Obama calls for $50 billion infrastructure initiative

Report warns of coming wave of municipal pension shortfalls

Shadowy players in a new class war

Obama, the 'Superman' movie flack?

New 'superbugs' raising concerns worldwide

Families, veterans call operation name on Arlington headstones propaganda move


Chicago Tribune

Cell phones increasingly a class act

Manny Flores endorses Gery Chico in Chicago mayor race

Early voting begins, and politicians try to get out the vote


Los Angeles Times

California might join probe of lenders that seized homes

CalPERS cuts ties with Pacific Corporate Group

Brown and Whitman to debate Tuesday



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