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Today in Black America - July 25

POSTED: July 25, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

New Orleans Police Accept Plan for Overhaul

Fed Leaning Closer to New Stimulus if No Growth Is Seen

Obama Rewarded ’08 Fund-Raisers, Barring Some From Helping Now

Obama and Romney Do Not Change Course Over Outcry on Gun Violence

Court’s Ruling May Blunt Reach of the Health Law

The Agenda: Exploring the Issues Behind the 2012 Campaign

Remembering the Food, and the Smile, of a Harlem Legend

The Christian Science Monitor

CBO: Supreme Court ruling means 3 million fewer with health care

Constitutional amendment required to undo Citizens United, Senate panel told

Fiscal cliff: Will GOP put taxes on the table to avoid blow to economy?

That’s Joe Biden on the line, pushing for middle-class tax cuts

The Star Ledger

N.J. school districts can't have round-the-clock code of conduct on students, court rules

Federal audit: Newark police may have broken rules when spending $3.5M grant

Former Brookdale Community College president pleads guilty to official misconduct

South Jersey celebrates grand opening of Cooper Medical School

N.J. trooper driving during Corzine's accident will collect larger pension, judge rules

The Detroit Free Press

Demolition under way on old Mumford High School in Detroit

Happy 311th birthday, Detroit! Here are 10 things that make you great

Former Wolverine sues the NFL over handling of concussions

City Council urges Bing to keep city control of Belle Isle

Rochelle Riley: More justice, punishment to come at Penn State

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Tax vote proponents, foes make case

State not schools' top source of funding

APS tribunal upholds educator's firing

Cell phone recording at center of case against teacher accused of cheating

The Washington Post

Baltimore to immigrants: Move here

A new chapter to unpredictable, long story of U.S. mass murder

Democrats reluctant to talk gun control

If the GOP’s voter suppression works

Good news — and bad news — about teen sex behavior and HIV

How low did the Gray campaign go?

Actor Sherman Hemsley dies at 74

Pr. William teachers disciplined over student tests

The Chicago Tribune

CPS to hire 477 teachers for longer school day

Alderman wants to block Chick-fil-A over stance on gays

DNA clears man of rape charge, but battery accusation lingers

University of Illinois law school censured, fined $250,000

Rep. Connie Howard retires after her state grants were subpoenaed

Life sentence for Hudson murderer

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. City Council bans medical pot dispensaries

Teachers' attorney says evals can include test scores

UC Berkeley to offer free online classes through edX

USA Today

Report: State systems for overseas voters at risk

Investor funds drive against Tennessee Republican

Teens, especially blacks, have reduced HIV risks, study says

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Northeast Ohio schools might be insulated from falling residential property values

Police say efforts have reduced shootings in four Cleveland neighborhoods

Six Ohio private colleges arrange 'road trip' for prospective students: Higher Education

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