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Today in Black America - October 10

POSTED: October 10, 2012, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

As Romney Repeats Trade Message, Bain Maintains China Ties

Editorial: Republican Conspiracy World

Obama Looks to Rally Blacks in North Carolina

Schumer Shakes Up Deficit Talks With Call to Raise Taxes on the Rich

Supreme Court Considers Indefinite Stays of Execution

New Style of Health Care Emerges to Fill Hospital’s Void


Ex-Defendant Sues Prosecutor After Rape Charge Is Dropped


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's new program for young illegal immigrants: How is it going?


Senator prods Gang of 8 to make middle class, deficit-cutting top priorities

Supreme Court case on use of race in admissions could be landmark

Haitians, Dominicans try to move beyond Parsley Massacre's long shadow


World's big 'wanted' sign: 600 million jobs


The Star Ledger

N.J. high school teacher who made anti-gay comments on web resigns

Henry Louis Gates Jr. tells Newark crowd: 'We need a civil rights movement' within African-American community


A veteran class of firefighters ready to serve Newark


Christie extends application deadline for tax relief program

Newark breaks ground on $27.4M affordable housing project


The Detroit Free Press

2 court battles on affirmative action could affect admissions at Michigan schools


City's top lawyer sued for lack of action

Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh wants investigation into cops and tickets

Limits of free speech tested as anti-Islam pastor is coming back to Dearborn


At Kilpatrick trial, Spy Ops worker says charity paid for spy gadgets


Live blog 9 a.m.: 12th day of Kilpatrick public corruption trial



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Some Ga. unemployed may get more benefits

Charter amendment foes raise questions, too

APS boss: High school was failing

Ethics questioned in Fulton chairman’s youth group trips

FAMU hazing defendant enters no contest plea


City to settle with man who claims he was not hired by APD because of HIV status



The Washington Post

For Biden, Ryan, stakes in debate particularly high

Tax reform battle returns to forefront on Capitol Hill


Attack could mar Clinton’s legacy


The Post’s View: Uphold affirmative action

Tenants allege abuses at Langley Park apartments

Former D.C. mayor aide Brooks to be sentenced


Md. county plans to redistribute unused food

Michael Brown says he’s not a target of campaign probe


The Chicago Tribune

Mayor expected to paint rosy picture at budget presentation

Critics take aim at Preckwinkle bullet tax

Judge dismisses police deployment suit



The Los Angeles Times

S.F. sheriff keeps job despite guilty plea

L.A. County supervisors embrace proposed jail reforms

Deasy gets authority to OK outside control of schools


Siblings launch multimillion-dollar attacks on Prop. 30

Layoffs claim L.A. band teacher who turned novices into champions

LAUSD moves up deadline for magnet schools



USA Today


Report: Climate change behind rise in disasters

Obama back in Ohio after a difficult week

Feds seek full court review of cigarette warnings


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


President Obama finds support among students at Ohio State University (gallery)

Record number votes at Cuyahoga County elections board on last day to register for Nov. 6 election


Cuyahoga County Council approves $6.4 million contract for jail kitchen


Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to appeal early voting decision to U.S. Supreme Court



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