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Today in Black America - January 24

POSTED: January 24, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Romney Unleashes Attack With Gingrich Sole Target

Tampa, Fla. Debate Fact-Check

Romney Tax Returns Show $45 Million Income

‘Super PAC’ for Gingrich to Get $5 Million Infusion

Confident Obama Knows Wild Cards Can Loom Large

Redistricting and Increased Partisanship Fuel House Departures

Archbishop Robert F. Sanchez, Who Fought Discrimination, Dies at 77

In Police Training, a Dark Film on U.S. Muslims

The Christian Science Monitor

Gingrich, Romney clash in heated Tampa debate

Unanimous Supreme Court: Get a warrant before installing GPS tracking device

In Ohio, a fresh approach to help struggling homeowners

The Star Ledger

N.J. Dems advance bills lifting parole requirements, job restrictions for convicted felons

American Civil Liberties Union gives Gov. Christie mixed grades

Sarah Palin says Gov. Christie made a 'rookie mistake' by attacking Gingrich

Gov. Christie nominates two for state Supreme Court, including gay African-American mayor

Bergen County casino plan 'going nowhere,' says Senate President Sweeney

The Detroit Free Press

Pugh won't run for re-election to Detroit council, hasn't decided on mayoral bid

As he prepares for college, Michigan teen carries baggage few students do

Attorney asks Michigan Supreme Court to remove judge in Rosa Parks estate case

Misconduct hearing begins against Inkster judge

Graphic: Children living in extreme poverty

At-risk youths who make it to college face obstacles

The Washington Post

Dueling versions of the un-Obama

Romney slams Gingrich on health-care firm work

Gingrich’s firm paid $25,000 a month by Freddie, according to contract

For many, Michelle Obama’s values and challenges mirror their own

Federal workers owe $1B in taxes

Brown, Warren try to curb super PACs

Prosecutor: Prince George’s detective stole and sold seized guns

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Writer resigns over Obama 'hit' column

Board member denies charter school conflict

APS workers dinged for overpayments

Atlanta Housing Authority spent $283M last fiscal year, has $100M in cash

The Chicago Tribune

Chicago police unveil crime-fighting strategy

Job search not working out for teens

Oak Park considers gun regulations

Kirk faces a potentially long recovery from stroke

Illinois trials may soon be televised

As some schools plunge into technology, poor schools are left behind

The Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles misses out on stimulus grants

Ex-Beverly Hills schools chief convicted

USA Today

Fla. debate marks pivotal moment in GOP race

States review $25B mortgage settlement offer

U.S. to be more energy independent by 2035

Current, former Buffalo employees focus of federal probes

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Pain is top concern in Ohio and the nation

10 Notre Dame College of Ohio students, including football players, indicted for attacking baseball player

Gov. John Kasich's private jobs agency to control Ohio liquor profits

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