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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Second Hat in the Ring for Republican Leader

Amid Deficit Fears, Obama Freezes Pay

Celebrating Secession Without the Slaves

Senators Cannot Agree on Fix to the Health Law

U.S. School Graduation Rate Is Rising

Judge Blocks Oklahoma’s Ban on Using Shariah Law in Court

With Deal, Bloomberg’s Pick Wins Helm of City Schools

Construction Giant Admits Fraud Over Minority Firms

Broken Beyond Repair

Baltimore Sun

More than 200,000 Marylanders would feel pinch of 2-year federal pay freeze

Baltimore biotech parks grow despite recession

The Christian Scince Monitor

WikiLeaks 'attack': How damaging to US foreign relations?

How WikiLeaks trove will affect US-Arab cooperation on Iran, Yemen

Haitian stability threatened in wake of contested presidential election

Supreme Court rejects case on fines for illegal Internet music downloads

Education reform: Have business-savvy officials improved big-city schools?

Her guiding principle when working with at-risk teens: Never, ever give up

Detroit Free Press

U.S.: Make attorney repay $10M to city after affair with Kilpatrick

Kilpatrick pal Ferguson linked to rigged bid as businessman pleads guilty

City: Historic gem had to be gutted

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Public Schools cheating | Some teachers admit guilt

Commissioner-elect wants full-scale Fulton audit

Star Ledger

N.J. Democrats, Republicans blame each other for failure to get $14M in federal charter school funds

Newark finalizes 167 police layoffs after union refuses Booker's plea to return to negotiating table

N.J. Sen. Ronald Rice Sr. calls for son, a Newark councilman, to apologize over Facebook 'crack' on governor

Jury selection in corruption trial for N.J. Assemblyman L. Harvey Smith to continue

N.J. is formally told to pay federal government $271M for canceling ARC tunnel

Philadelphia Inquirer

Scarred by violence, moved to take action

Philadelphia tax proposal targets sales - and out-of-city companies

New parents' center symbolizes change at South Philly High

School official: Putting contract to bid "would have taken several weeks"

Cash-strapped Camden trash authority aided in bond payment, avoids bond default

The Washington Post

Rangel hopes for punishment in writing

Obama, GOP leaders to work on map for lame-duck session

Democrats push Obama on tax-cut compromise

In slideshow, Rep. Joe Barton declares war on the Obama administration

WikiLeaks founder could be charged under Espionage Act

D.C. Council considers school anti-bullying policy

Prince George's Youth Commission's director charges council member with assault

UDC's law school helping public school students who have been suspended

Chicago Tribune

Chicago parents scramble with new rules for best schools

Emanuel's renter faces petition questions

Kirk sworn in as senator

East Garfield Park teacher 'really humbled' by national award

Los Angeles Times

It's a bad time for job seekers with criminal records
With her trial on hold, Maxine Waters assails House Ethics Committee

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes officially launches Jumo, social network for social activism

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