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Today in Black America - January 10

POSTED: January 10, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Daley Stepping Down in Rare White House Shake-Up

On Primary Eve, Rivals Try to Put Romney on Defensive

The Corporate Candidates

In South Carolina, Hopes of Passing a Crucial Test

Ad Battle Heats Up for Contest in South

Pro-Romney 'Super PAC' to Spend $2.3 Million in South Carolina

Justices Grapple With Voting Rights Case That Could Help Tip the House

U.S. Faults State’s Progress on Race to the Top Goals

Charges Dropped for Some Occupy Wall Street Protesters

For Comptroller’s Allies, a Day Without an Award Is a Rarity

Mormon Church’s Plans for Land Upset Harlem

The Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court justices face tangled mess with Texas redistricting plan

Anti-Romney ads on Bain Capital: Whose is toughest? (+video)

Ron Paul's intense following contains seeds of disaster for GOP (+video)

Jon Huntsman banks on his 'Reagan moment' in New Hampshire (+video)

Why Nigerians are in an 'occupy' mood (+video)

The Star Ledger

N.J. Assemblyman Alex DeCroce collapses, dies in Statehouse after long legislative session

N.J. Assemblyman's death prompts Gov. Christie to postpone his State of the State address

N.J. Legislature approves changes to school budget votes, elections

Jersey City Council President threatens lawsuit over proposed presidential switch

N.J. Legislature expands ability of state child abuse investigators to look into mistreatment cases

Assembly Speaker Oliver: Raising N.J. minimum wage is a top priority in 2012

The Detroit Free Press

With Detroit's budget, Bing said 1 thing, but audit showed another

Report: Detroit Police making progress under consent decree, Godbee says

Rochelle Riley: A friend to the end: Funeral home founder shared special bond with Sam Logan

The Washington Post

Romney defends his business background

Romney, Huntsman tie in first vote

Obama continues trend of turning to budget director in time of trouble

Federal worker seeks justice after discrimination

D.C. lags in meeting Race to the Top promises

O’Malley to push $350M in school construction

NAACP leader to join Md. death penalty opponents

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Slave questions weren’t vetted

HOPE cuts projected to go deeper in 2014

Bernice King is new King Center CEO

New APS leaders, same old fears

Atlanta to release 2M airport-related documents

The Chicago Tribune

Quinn asks leaders for pension panel appointments

Parent group, union question push for longer school day

African-American alderman joins Latinos in remap battle

Report: Cook County anti-terror program wasted millions

The Los Angeles Times

Brown revenue figure may be billions too high

California community college board backs sweeping reforms

Head Start programs could face disruptions in funding, operations

USA Today

USDA to close 259 offices to save $150M million

Romney 'fire' comments put him on defensive

Daley departure indicates shift in strategy

Consumer debt surges in November

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland air official says proposed plant's emission numbers are high

Vice President Joe Biden to visit Ohio with education secretary

Volunteer opportunities abound for those wishing to spend MLK holiday serving their community

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown kicks off election campaign

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