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Today in Black America - August 3

POSTED: August 03, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Pile of Bills Is Left Behind as Congress Goes to Campaign

G.O.P. Governors Gather to Rally Around Romney


President Again Blasts Tax Proposal of Romney’s


Aug. 1: Obama Extends Electoral College Advantage


Fury Reveals Deep Rifts Near ‘Happiest Place on Earth’

Oakland, the Last Refuge of Radical America

2 Harlem Gangs Broken by Arrests, Officials Say

No Charges in Death at Yonkers Center for Youths



The Christian Science Monitor

Free speech: Can school fire ‘redneck’ over Confederate flag on his truck?

Who creates jobs? How economists see the Obama-Romney debate.


Colorado shooting: If a school is warned about a student, what must it do?


The Star Ledger

Former inmates to be removed from N.J. corrections website


State Police trooper fired after attacking South Jersey cop, resisting arrest

Obama-signed beam now part of 1 WTC


NJEA says Gov. Christie is misleading on tenure bill

Hackensack agrees to settle five lawsuits by current, former officers


The Detroit Free Press

AG blasts bargaining-rights ballot initiative as complicated, unconstitutional


New state rankings could push schools to act on closing achievement gap

Congressmen John Conyers, Gary Peters score big leads in latest poll


Activists ask U.S. to step in and put manager law repeal on ballot


$10-million plan to clear school routes of vacant homes kicks off in Detroit



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

SCLC launches King streets voter registration project

GDOT: No wrongdoing in airport's "disadvantaged" businesses

Truancy sweep nets parents


The Washington Post


In Senate panel’s attempt at tax reform, perks win


Democrats apologize to Adelson

A tough new Obama ad that’s accurate


Loudoun County key for Obama

This criticism of Obama proves racism, witlessness sometimes go hand in hand


D.C. summer jobs resemble school, for some


USA Today

Unemployment checks are running out for many


Democrats' convention fundraising hindered


Youth cyberbullying not that common



The Los Angeles Times


Former Compton mayor's conviction tossed

Years of improper L.A. County tax breaks alleged


The Chicago Tribune

Former aide to Todd Stroger charged in federal court



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