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Today in Black America - November 12

POSTED: November 12, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

To Congress With Mantra, ‘Why Not Me?’

Debt Plan Ideas Draw Scorn of Liberals and Tea Party

Waiting for the President

The Winning Strategy in Oakland: Concentrate on Being 2nd or 3rd Choice

Glenn Beck’s Attacks on George Soros Draw Heat

Big School Problems Await New Chancellor

For Pick to Lead Schools, One Man Left to Persuade

Cuomo Names Transition Team and Panels, Spotlighting a Hope for Broad Support

Baltimore Sun

Police union overwhelmingly rejects contract

Inmate veterans get recognition for oral histories

Foes trying to block second term by Steele as Republican chairman

The Christian Science Monitor

A combustible mix for White House: Gulf oil spill and politics

Will tea party allies in Congress balk at international trade pacts?

To reduce national debt, 'shared sacrifice' necessary, deficit chairs say

Out of sticks, US offers Sudan a carrot to let South Sudan secede

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Report on Atlanta school cheating inquiry validates AJC analysis

Metro Atlanta teen boys can win scholarship money for college

Deal, Reed team up to pitch city as Super Bowl site

Star Ledger

Seventy-four districts apply to join N.J. interdistrict school choice program

Amtrak, NJ Transit break off talks on reviving ARC Hudson River rail tunnel

Experts fear highly publicized Tyler Clementi suicide may cause 'contagion,' inspiring others to follow

N.J. audit says U.S.-funded home weatherization program has been poorly managed

Plainfield teen is killed in shooting

Newark police officer is accused of aiming gun at girlfriend during argument

Newark rents rise, incomes are stagnant, and more kids on food stamps, report shows

Detroit Free Press

Tamara Greene family lawyer: Let public see my Manoogian evidence

Veterans Day ceremony in Detroit recognizes historic regiment

Teen's suicide in Huron Township is simply tragic

Philadelphia Inquirer

Fired Philly housing chief reportedly seeks millions to settle lawsuit

Teen summit at La Salle University will address issues affecting Latino youth

Poll: N.J. voters say not enough state money spent on education

Chicago Tribune

College-bound, but not college-ready

Meeks to announce for mayor Sunday

Girls, don't dumb yourselves down in social media

Los Angeles Times

Legislature gets special budget session

Outside audits of city finances often cover up problems

Former U.S. attorney for L.A. criticized for his travel expenses

The Washington Post

Poll: Republican wins didn't cheer U.S. up

Term limits for Pelosi's allies?

How Joe Lieberman helped the Democrats lose the election

FreedomWorks gathers GOP lawmakers to refocus on tea party goals

Gov.-elect Cuomo opposes 9/11 trial in New York

Store changes policy on head coverings

Democratic activists criticize possible compromise by Obama on tax cuts

Montgomery budget gap nearing $200 million next year, Leggett says

Facebook woes hit T.C. Williams High School

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