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Today in Black America - September 13

POSTED: September 13, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Challenger’s Criticism Is Furiously Returned

After Mistakenly Purging Citizens, Florida Agrees to Let Them Vote

Labor Fight Poses Risks to Coalition for Obama

Obama Grows More Reliant on Big-Money Contributors

Social Networks Can Affect Voter Turnout, Study Says

Mitt’s Major Meltdown

Charles M. Blow: A Sugar High?

Pennsylvania’s Bad Election Law

On New Arena's Big Night, a Rebuttal Down the Street

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama or Romney? Why 5 undecided voters are still on the fence.

US incomes fall to 1989 levels. How did that happen?

Obama response to Egypt mob 'disgraceful'? Most Republicans steer clear.

Obama's health-care law saved Americans $2.1 billion: Is it working?

The Star Ledger

Trying juveniles as adults will become tougher, N.J. Supreme Court rules

Political action committees gave $18M to N.J. campaigns last year, analysis shows

State judge upholds removal of Perth Amboy schools superintendent

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's brother is suspended from high school job after corruption arrest

N.J. poverty rate rises for 4th straight year

The Detroit Free Press

President Barack Obama takes command in Michigan, poll shows

City Council to subpoena Mayor Dave Bing for info on Detroit turnaround plan

Judge's ruling on consent agreement could affect wage cuts in Detroit

Metro Detroit 3rd worst in nation in percentage of disconnected youths: Study shows 17% not working or in school

Detroit apartments offer once-homeless residents a new start

Metro Detroit Muslim, Arab and Jewish leaders condemn embassy attacks

The Washington Post

Mitt Romney has mess to clean up after falsely accusing Obama on Libya

Mr. Romney's rhetoric on embassy attacks is a discredit to his campaign

Mitt Romney and his bucket brigade

Showdown in Chicago: Educators aim to teach their ‘bully’ mayor a lesson

Number of uninsured Americans drops by 1.3M

More Americans opting out of banking system

D.C.’s chief tax appraiser embroiled in controversy

Leads, but no suspects, in unrelated killings of two Pr. George’s students

The Chicago Tribune

Friday return? Teachers union, CPS cite progress after late talks

As strike goes on, pressure builds on teachers, city

Cook County gives second chance to first-time offenders

USA Today

Protesters storm U.S. Embassy in Yemen

Near-disaster in La. raises more questions

Web pioneer provides free voter data

Census: Rich-poor gap widens

College may never be the same

The Los Angeles Times

UC regents ponder ways to raise funds if Prop. 30 fails

It's time to dump the death penalty

Community colleges name acting chancellor

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Ohio lawmakers give final OK to public pension reforms

University Hospitals emergency rooms' online service lets patients wait in line at home

Mitt Romney to raise money Friday at Kirtland Hills home of multimillionaire industrialist Ed Crawford

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

APD clears officers of profiling Tyler Perry

Death for Tillman's killer?

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