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Today in Black America - November 23

POSTED: November 23, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

New Rules Tell Insurers: Spend More on Care

Effort for Liberal Balance to G.O.P. Groups Begins

‘Exhausted’ Obama Supporter Has Lost Her Job

Deliberations Have Begun in Case Against DeLay

Radiation Worries for Children in Dentists’ Chairs

A Gift From Long Ago

State Didn’t Vet Advisers on Chancellor Pick for Conflicts

Islamic Center Seeks 9/11 Recovery Grants for Lower Manhattan

Baltimore Sun

Task force to seek $2.8 billion for city school improvements

Debt-collection firm ordered to cease and desist in Maryland

The Christian Science Monitor

Could Democrats give Obama trouble in 2012? War in Afghanistan is key.

Lame-duck Congress's first task: avoid a government shutdown

Detroit Free Press

Detroit Public Schools to lose $19 million

Kwame Kilpatrick: I gave missing computer to Ken Cockrel Jr.

Doctor: Manoogian party accuser imagined demons

Star Ledger

Newark Police Director McCarthy details restructuring effort as threat of layoffs looms

Newark man admits accepting bribe in plan involving ex-Essex County prosecutor

More N.J. voters approve of Gov. Christie than disapprove, poll says

Parsippany school board sues N.J. after superintendent contract is rejected

N.J. Assembly approves restoring $5M for family planning services

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Katrina thief sentenced to federal prison

Philadelphia Inquirer

Annette John-Hall: Philadelphia pastor lives with HIV - and preaches about it

Jobless hold vigil in Philadelphia as phaseout of benefits looms

Chicago Tribune

Roland Burris and Emanuel renter join mayoral circus

Illinois prison population surges to record high

The Washington Post

Retrained for green jobs, but still waiting on work

Airport security uproar frustrates White House advisers

Daily drug lowers AIDS risk, study says

District budget gap might mean a tax increase

Los Angeles Times

Monterey instructor's resume sparks students' suspicions

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