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Today in Black America - November 27

POSTED: November 27, 2012, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Efforts to Curb Entitlement Spending Face Resistance

Tax Proposal Could Create a ‘Bubble’

Obama Back on Trail Ahead of Debt Talks

Business Community Split on Deficit Plan

After Effort to Open Doors for Others, a Capitalist Is Locked Out

Cuomo, in Aid Appeal, Cites Broad Reach of Storm

Lobbying Group That Backs Cuomo Gets Big Donations From Firm He Investigated

The Star-Ledger

Gov. Christie on running again: 'I'm in this for the long haul'

Gov. Christie has strong support of N.J. voters, new poll shows

Study: Accident rates at intersections with red-light cameras have increased

Lautenberg re-election plans and 'fiscal cliff' lead national politics stories

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's brother will no longer serve as assistant coach for boy's track

The Detroit Free Press

Feeling wealthier? Per-capita incomes in Michigan among top gainers in 2011

Live blog 9 a.m.: Day 29 of Kwame Kilpatrick federal public corruption trial

Neither Mayor Dave Bing nor Detroit City Council budging on law firm contract

Goodfellows aim for $1.2 million to help 36,000 kids in metro Detroit

The Washington Post

Both sides lay groundwork for ‘cliff’ debate

First, a friend. Then, a cause.

Norquist faces test as GOP flirts with deserting pledge

Fact Checker: A lesson for Norquist

Keeping the financial regulators on their toes

Prince George’s students experience college campus life

The Christian Science Monitor

Susan Rice: why GOP opposition to her is no longer white-hot (+video)

Five reasons America won't fall off the 'fiscal cliff'

Fiscal cliff: White House steps up pressure on GOP to reach a deal

Can people record police officers? Illinois ban gets no help at Supreme Court.

The Chicago Tribune

Girl, 15, fatally shot in South Side backyard

Lawmaker plans to push medical marijuana bill

Jesse Jackson Jr. still might collect federal pension

Primary for Jackson's successor set for Feb. 26

CPS offer escalates school closing fears

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals increase community giving

Sen. George Voinovich's documents will be available online: Higher Education

Cleveland health center needs white socks for homeless people

The Los Angeles Times

From student to new superintendent

Program offers fast track to citizenship

Under fire, Riordan drops pension overhaul

Broke city slashes budget more than $26 million

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Study: Medicaid expansion would bring Georgia $33B

College student death investigation heats up

New Georgia high school graduation rate at 67%

Ga. 'show-me-your papers' law set to take effect

USA Today

Obama hits 'fiscal cliff' campaign trail

Obama meets Mexican leader, talks immigration

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