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Today in Black America - October 24

POSTED: October 24, 2012, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

With Debates Over, Candidates Race to Clinch Vital States


Editorial: The Austerity Trap


Strident Anti-Obama Messages Flood Key States

Foreign Policy Debate’s Omissions Highlight Skewed Worldview

Editing Bolsters Obama’s Role in SEALs Film


Unarmed and Gunned Down by Homeowner in His ‘Castle’

6 Are Seeking Council Seat One Man Held for a Decade



The Christian Science Monitor


Presidential debates: why $600 billion 'fiscal cliff' was barely mentioned

Voter fraud warning on billboards: meant to inform or intimidate?

Third-party candidates make their case for the White House


The Star Ledger


Suspects in Autumn Pasquale's shocking murder wanted girl's bike, police say

Newark teachers blast historic salary contract signed by union leaders


Federal judge denies newspapers access to voters leaving polling places


Challenger to Jersey City mayor has nearly five times more campaign cash


Gov. Christie prods Dems to hold hearing on judicial nominee Joseph Oxley


The Detroit Free Press


Unions' different agendas create a divide over Proposal 6


Kwame Kilpatrick corruption trial: Jury to hear bid-rigging allegations

2 killings highlight dangers of Detroit cabbies' job

8 Michigan universities see jump in enrollment

Jury selection today, trial Monday in slaying of Hamtramck women



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Bogus voter purge letters surface in Florida

Report: Hartsfield-Jackson ranks 4th in TSA theft firings


Georgia early-voting totals pass 500,000


The Washington Post

U.S. develops new blueprint for hunting terrorists

Post-ABC poll: Race remains essentially tied

Third-party hopefuls meet for debate

In Virginia’s Navy country, few feel stung by Obama’s ‘bayonets’ barb

SEC launches inquiry into D.C. audits


The Chicago Tribune


Some parents upset over District 25's special education review by Futures Education


Aldermen press on Streets and San budget


Jackson back at Mayo Clinic


The Los Angeles Times


Clinton rips GOP at UC Irvine rally


Ex-Bell chief loses effort to double pension

Prop. 39 would recoup $1 billion California lost in tax breaks

Review sought of L.A. city, county 911 response times

Los Angeles budget advisor urges 200 layoffs


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Ohio's high Medicaid cost estimates questioned by some experts

Ohio elections boards deny that Mitt Romney backers or anyone else could tamper with results


Does America still have the capacity to make good on the promise to its young? Phillip Morris

Northeast Ohio schools come up 'clean' in state auditor's attendance review


Ohio lawmakers plan legislation to slow Gov. John Kasich's plan to lease Ohio Turnpike



USA Today


Supreme Court makeup not a top campaign issue

Who would Romney appoint to Supreme Court?

'Green' code under construction

College costs going up at slower rate

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