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Today in Black America - November 10

POSTED: November 10, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Paterno Is Out and President Steps Down at Penn State

Students Clash With Police in Unrest After Announcement

Back to Common Sense at the Polls

An ‘Oops’ From Perry in G.O.P. Presidential Debate

Cain’s Lawyer on Accusing: ‘Think Twice’

Police Union President Faces Revolt in Wake of Ticket-Fixing Scandal

Witness Says Councilman Never Asked for Kickbacks

Seeking a Cure for Troubled Hospitals in Brooklyn

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Board fires Paterno, Spanier agrees to go

Riots break out as thousands take to State College streets

The Christian Science Monitor

Will women voters say, 'It's just Herman being Herman'?

Election results 2011: Voters signal that GOP overreached

This Veterans Day, a salute to a military that shows government can work

From personhood amendment to Ohio Issue 2, not a banner election for tea party

Tired of 'venom' over illegal immigration, voters in Arizona oust Russell Pearce

The Star Ledger

To stop Christie, N.J. Democrats will need to come together in wake of legislative victories

Occupy Wall Street protesters pass through Newark on way to Washington

Jersey City man who shot 9-year-old boy and 11-year-old girl in city public housing complex playground in 2003 is back behind bars on $225,000 Bail

Hockey legend hosts Devils-sponsored clinic for Newark youngsters

Paterson man, Newark woman charged in shooting death of Detective Michael Morgan

The Detroit Free Press

Rochelle Riley: Issues, not idle gossip, rule the day during GOP debate

Metro Detroit clergy warn against radical Christian group TheCall

Tom Walsh: Just give it to Mitt Romney, get on with it

Michigan Republicans vow to reclaim seat of recalled state Rep. Paul Scott

The Washington Post

Debt-reduction talks sputter along

Ohio vote gives Democrats some hope

Cain’s accusers plan news conference

Obama pushes education in Philadelphia speech

Clinton, Obama present united front on taxes

Ulysses Currie jury wasn’t ready to acquit at outset of deliberations

Va. election results portend tight races in 2012

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

APS board wins reprieve

Atlanta-based children's social networking site broke law, FTC says

The Chicago Tribune

Revamped gambling expansion fails in Illinois House

Last of men cleared in 1991 murder returns home a free man

After 18-month process, aldermen name City Council inspector general

Video of Rep. Joe Walsh shows angry GOP congressman ranting at constituents

CPS lays out metrics for principal bonuses

The Los Angeles Times

Perry stumbles, Cain is defiant at GOP debate

James Murdoch defends himself before Parliament

Alabama county files largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history

Mayor wants to borrow future tax money to fix L.A. streets

L.A. Community College District to fire a third contractor

Cal State tuition could rise 9% next fall

The Houston Chronicle

Perry's big 'oops' steals the show

HISD trustee apologizes for anti-gay campaign ad

Tweets before suicide point to teen's sexual abuse

Occupy Houston protesters arrested downtown

USA Today

Paterno's legacy forever tainted

Perry stumbles badly in GOP debate

Cain controversy is propelled by video coverage

College adds dorms, locker rooms to gender-neutral policy

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

State Issue 3 won't have a big impact on health care in the short term, experts say

Ohio needs to fix school funding and get rid of bad charter schools, forum speakers say

Rift over minority hiring among trade unions gets some attention with bigger issues still unresolved: Mark Naymik

Ohio voters send mixed signals with Issues 2 and 3; Democrats and Republicans both claim victory

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