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Today in Black America - September 27

POSTED: September 27, 2012, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

‘Super PACs’ Are Finally Drawing Democrats In

Romney Ad Reaches Out to Working Class

In Ohio, Obama Takes On Romney Over China and Jobs

New Polls Show Ohio and Florida Senators Maintaining Lead Over Challengers

Charles M. Blow: Knowns, Unknowns and Unknowables

As Jobless Figures Go Up, Officials Dispute the Data

Editorial: Losing Faith in Stop-and-Frisk

The Christian Science Monitor

Can GOP survive its 'minority problem'?

Mitt Romney tells voters: If I'm elected, don't expect huge tax cuts

Polls show Obama with big leads in Ohio, Florida. Could they be wrong? (+video)

Todd Akin: Why some Republicans are now supporting him

Amid rise in high school hazing, concern over increasingly sexual nature

The Star Ledger

Camden board of education denies applications for 'renaissance schools'

Morris County prosecutor files waiver to try teens accused of gang-raping girl as adults

Irvington's former hospital property finds prospective buyer

Most Americans think Obama health care law will stay intact: poll

The Detroit Free Press

Detroit police officer's wife to testify in Kilpatrick corruption trial

Kilpatrick corruption trial jurors told of threat to cop, $90,000 in a gift bag

New program brings students from Africa to Michigan State University

Detroit Public Schools opens new office for special needs students, families

The Washington Post

Control over campaign cash gives Obama edge in ad rates

Romney’s immigration incoherence

What Bill Clinton has done for Barack Obama

Metro looks ahead as area population grows

Post to hold forum tonight on city leadership

Case of missing mother, daughter perplexes D.C. detectives

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Metro jobless rate drops; Clayton still high

Clayton school board chairwoman says governor may need to step in

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed supports new panhandling ordinance

The Chicago Tribune

Boy, 17, fatally wounded on South Side

Mayor's aides warn aldermen of looming pension crisis

Grad student charged in West Rogers Park slayings

USA Today

Study: Affluent Americans cautiously optimistic

Red states' income growing faster than blue states'

Legal challenge to Pa. voter ID law

Romney backers doubt dim Ohio polls

Women face obstacles to retirement

Sex trafficking in the USA hits close to home

The Los Angeles Times

Youth volunteer shot dead in L.A. Park

California limits role of student tests in API scores

Report decries suicides, isolation cells in California prisons

City College of San Francisco to unveil blueprint for survival

$1 million settlement: Pepper-sprayed students, alumni pleased

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

New housing incentives offered for Cleveland's University Circle area

Cleveland schools expecting an 'F' on state report card

Campaign trails lead presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama to Ohio on same day

Heroin deaths on the rise in Cuyahoga County; officials launch new initiative

Cleveland police seek youth interested in police work

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