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Today in Black America - August 10

POSTED: August 10, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Ends Mortgage Investigations Into Goldman Sachs

Romney Faces Pressure From Right to Put Ryan on Ticket

Illegal Immigrants See Opportunity in New Rule


U.S. Taking New Steps to Combat Food Stamp Fraud


At Hearing, Customers Complain of Unfair and Inaccurate Water Bills


The Christian Science Monitor

'Welfare voters' are latest battleground in Brown-Warren Senate race

Health-care reform: Has Team Romney embraced the individual mandate?

Could George Zimmerman walk free after 'stand your ground' hearing?


The Star Ledger


N.J. Senate panel OKs 3 bills to make voting more paperless

10 N.J. residents charged in $40M mortgage fraud scheme

Newark communities receive accolades from Michelle Obama for efforts to maintain historic nature of city

Camden mayor wants to end paid leave for police union officials


The Detroit Free Press

Detroit Lions to honor Lemonade Kid, 9, who raised money for city


Water workers: Big cuts hard to swallow

Rochelle Riley: Council should've let Detroiters decide on public safety millage

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette sues to cut DPS board, its power

Detroit wins $1.5 million to counter youth violence


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ban on lobbyist spending considered

Babies fuel metro Atlanta growth

Fired ITC associate prof files EEOC complaint


Ex-APS teacher claims retaliation



The Washington Post

New data suggest economy may be gaining traction

Heating the climate change debate


Romney’s false welfare charge


Obama The Candidate returns to Colorado with a vengeance

Teens learn ABCs of FBI work

O’Malley’s casino plan advances


The Chicago Tribune


Timing of Rep. Jackson's return uncertain, wife says

Flavored tobacco papers banned statewide


Amid strike threat, school to start for some CPS students


Cook health system gets a new leader


Blown deadline will cost Dixmoor $400,000


USA Today


Aide: Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. expected back soon

CNN poll: Obama leads Romney, 52% to 45%

Companies' training cuts add to jobless woes


CDC moves to fight new resistant gonorrhea

Officials: HIV prevention pill for heterosexuals too


Texas college bans pork from campus dining



The Los Angeles Times


Rep. Laura Richardson's House reprimand just one of her problems

Nonprofit set political path for state senator



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